THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY 3IORMXC, JANUARY 31, 1908.
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LET US HAVE YOUR ORDERS FOR
WA UK EG A N BARBED WIRE
EZRA W. THAYER
irJ"a mm Si i i-a.'-. i ffi r
124-130 E. Wash. st.
127-li53 E. Adams st.
fe've Far too Many Winter Overcoats
We want to close out every one of them.
We must not carry them over hence we
adopt radical measures to force them out.
Regular prices are cut -
A Quarter and a Third
MEN AND BOYS
(Continued from page S.)
try for years to come. One reason why
I lie building should be erected nt this
time is on account of the cheapness
of material, caused liy the financial
flurry. Cement, for instance, is much
cheaper than it was six months ago.
mi account of the numerous factories
selling their foods at a lower margin
in order to keen their factories run
ning. It will be a timely move for the
builders of the high school structure if
they get to work at an early date.
PRODUCE GROWERS TO MEET
The Mesa Produce Growers' associa
tion will have a meeting at the town
hall at 2 o'clock this afternoon at
which time it is urgently requested
that every stockholder and every gar
dener or rancher who desires to be
come a stockholder be present. There
is considerable business of importance
to be attended to.
COW PUNCHER COMING,
Hal Reid's latest jihiy. "The Cow
Puncher," will be presented at the
Mesa Opera house, Monday night,
February 3rd. Frm the east comes
the information that the play has
scored a tremendous hit. Critics are
unanimous in declaring it one of the
plays of the season and as being sep
arate and apart from the old style
drama. iriginality stands out through
the entire production, and there is a
live wire connected with every sensa
tion experienced from the rise of tiie
curtain until the grand finale, he
specialties, abounding in crisp spark
ling originality, eliminate the waits be
tween acts and the atmosphere of the
great west pervades the cast from
start to finish. The Cow Puncher is
one of the plays you cannot afford to
let L'o b:
The Sorosis club met Wednesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. K.
Howeii. A splendid program was ar
ranged for the next meeting which will
be held at the home of Miss Henrietta
Irwin, on Wednesday, February
She understands the facts thoroughly
and knows how to present them in a
LADIES AID MEETINGS
The Indies' Aid of the M. E. church
met yesterday afternoon at the home
of .Mrs. Geo. H. Wilbur east of town.
The Baptist Aid Society met yesterday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. I.
I Coffin west of the citv.
OFF FOR COAST
Miss Jessie Palmer and Mrs. Petee,
the ladies who put on the Kermis en
tertainment at this place and Phoenix,
I icri yesteruaj lor l ne ( irHim canjon.
Alter an extended sight-seeing trip at
'.Arizona's greatest wonder they will
DETROIT VISITORS LEAVE
Mr. and Mrs. Kern W. Bo.ven and
Mr. and .Mrs. Uwight Cottier left yes
terday afternoon for the coast, where
they will spend some time before their
return to their home in Detroit. While
in Mesa they have been the guests of
Dr. Chandler. P.oth Mr. Iiowen and
Mr. Cuttler are directly connected
with the I). M. Kerry Seed company of
Detroit, and are also interested in the
Mesa Consolidated Canal company.
WEATHER MEN DISAGREE
C. L. Diehl. Mesa's Weather Man, is
Contradicted by the Phoenix
the coast for a few
ADVERTISING THE VALLEY
' Club Arrangement Representatives of
1 "Orchard and Farm" Arousing
Positively ccred by
these Little Pills.
They also relieve Dis
tress from Dyspepsia, In
digestion and Too Hearty
Eatinj. A perfect rem
edy for Dl77lness. Nausea,
DroTTslneca, Ead Taste
la tie MoutX Coated
Ton jue. Pain In tne Side,
TOKPID LIVER. Taey
regulate tne BotreUu Purely Vegetable.
SMALL PILL SHALL DOSE. SMALL PRiCt
CURE SICK HEADACHE.
Genuine Must Bear
Messrs. W. A. Hill and K. Kothe.
representing the "Orchard and Kami"
and The Arizona Republican, in ad
vertising the Salt River Valley, arrived
in Mesa yesterday and proceeded to
arouse interest in their plan of public
ity. The plan is to advertise that
j best portion of Arizona known as the
Salt River Valley and place it before
i the people of the east, that they may
! know more of us. The chamber of
'commerce has taken the 'matter up
land has endorsed it by recommending
I it to the business men generally. Sev
Icral panoramic views are also includ
i cd in the contract whic h are decided! v
artistic and a true representation of
what Arizona looks like in mid-summer.
NOTED LECTURER COMING
Mrs. I'nruh the famous lady lectur
er for the W. C. T. I'.. will be in Mesa
February 6th and 7th, at the Haptist
church. She. comes highly recom-
mended, the professor of theology in
the Baptist University of Jackson
Tenn.. says of her: "I regard Mrs.
I'nruh as a speaker of unusual talents.
When weather men disagree is it
one of the signs that does not fail in
dry weather'.' C. ' I.. Diehl. who has
been furnishing Mesa weather for
some time, has been questioned. In
fact, his forecast has been reversed by
Jesunofsky, who says that there is no
cause for alarm, anil that it is not go
ing to rain a drop.
Jt is strange to say, but weather
men who continually deal in futurities
i'c el a certain pride when their prophe
cies are fulfilled, and think of some
thing else when their prognostications
prove erroneous. Without a doubt.
Mr. Diehl is taking a risk when he
nuts his reputation up against a rain,
but at the same time, if it does rain
within the next few hours, he will come
under the wire in a beautiful burst of
speed for the people want more rain,
and the man who gives it to them first
is the popular individual.
About a year ago there was ques
tioning as to Mr. Diehl's truthfulness,
and he got his Dutch disposition to the
leeward and it was not long until there
were rumors of the work at the Tonto
dam being discontinued on account of
floods. It continued to rain and the
river continued to rise. Kriends of the
weather mar. went into his office to
plead with him. but he only leaned
back in his office (hair and smoked
the harder, opening another spigot in
the meanwhile. Just to show that he
knew it was going to rain. These1
weather men have cloven hoofs when
thev iret started.
tiibuted to the right p. cities in t he
cast from their Chicago office. U was
also inferred from the letter that an
other special edition of The Kailh,
the Santa Ke advertising; monthly, is
to be gotten out in April. The Decem
ber issue was made a special on the
Salt River valley and so great has
been the demand for it, that there was
some talk of getting out another edi
tion of the December issue, but as this
I would entail considerable expense, it
'l.iL! K.ti.n lrteil..il I.. II Mt lltltil till.
It was also reported at the meeting
of the publishing of 2Min of the small
folders "Facts About Mesa." and it was
recommended that every business man
in town be supplied with them and
that he be requested to send them out
where they will do the most good. The
folders fit into an ordinary envelope
and convey an abundant; of useful
and entertaining information about
Arrangements were made toward
the securing of an exhibit for the
chamber of commerce rooms in the
near future so that visitors when
coming to the city will be able to see
exactly what can be grown here. It
has also been suggested that all min
ing men take samples of their ore to
the rooms and label them, giving assay
if possible, and any other information
which will be of interest to visitors to
Some Good Reasons
. Mrs. Ada Wallace i'nruh will be in
the city Sunday and Monday. Watch
the paper for further announcements.
KING OF LARIAT COMING
"Rlac k Chambers." the world's
champion trick lariat and rope spin
ner, will give a free exhibition on
Tuesday, Feb. 4 ill front of the Adams
hotel at VX. He will also appear dur
ing the performance of "The Cow
Punches" the imu h-taiked-of western
play, to be presented at the Dorris
opera house on above elate.
1 s s
AFFLICTED WiTM A
&r SM0U10 consult
ocm can be cooaplrt
without cbildraa ; il
U har nature t Wn
acd want til 21
a much a aj
it is to Ioyj tM
fmrm. Th critical ordeal t$ironp;b. which tLe expectant mother matt
paaa, however, ia ao fraught witii rsd, pain, aufferiny and danjer,
that tha Tt-rj tiaought a it fiUa har with apprehension and horror.
Thar il bo Mcoaaity for the reproduction of life to ba either pai&fel
r danger or: a. The oao of ilatrier'a Frlaad o preparea tho ijatcci for
tho coming ereat that it ia aafoly paaaod without aaj danger. Thia
great and wondarnl
remedy it always
appl tea extern By, and
hoa carried tboaaaade
ef women through
the trying crisis without te Caring.
asd for Im bus GUlntu tatorma&aa
f prlsclM raiu t tXL afMiul matfcar.
Tea Bra4e! Rageiatcr C, Aaaaia. 6b.
for eonsiillinu Dr. Hibbard 1. Many y.-ars
located in IMiocnix i.nnnu uliieh hu cnviicl.l.'
retoittitinn for renmrkaMe cure luc bee'i es
tablished. 2. I'lidonliteil reiiabiliy. All hike
M-teins are (liManleil. N.i advertising live
treatment, no cure no pay. trial samples, clec
I trie lelt!. etc, and cither deceptions. :!, All
I method are progressive and soientitie, free
1 from anything injurioiisand olijeciiotmble.
I ask tin nutii to take my treatment until con
ivimvd (1st) us to a thorough knowledge id my
' professuc. (Jtid) As to my unquestioned relia
' bility. CM) That inv treatment is based on
i knowledge and experience, not experiment. 1
j invite anyone with a chrome disen.se to c-on-.
suit me without chanp-. and I w ill tell cadi
person exactly what can he clone a to a cure.
Investiirate my methods and appreciate w hy 1
I have for years enjoyed the confidence and
j pitironaec of the Iwst citizenship of Phoenix
ami Arizona generally. Cmncer and external
erowths inccenfally emoved'.without hm
kife or ee'e mea nrei. My specialties
arc diseases ot Wood. Nerves, Throat. I. linns,
stcmiHcli, l.iver and Kidneys. Hilihard Knild
iiit:. opposite I'onrt House i'laza ii-"s s. 2ni
Avenue. Hours 10-1'J-1U
Dr. A. J. i 'handler went to I'hoeiiix
yesterday on the noon train.
Mrs. Harry Lee Ilnrrier is quite ill
at h.ir rooms at the John Williams
Irwin Thomrson. so" of Mrs. F. P.
Drew, is very ill at the home of his
mother, north of town.
809 So. Hil; St., Los Angeles, Cal.
Strong, Original, Practical, SUCCESSFUL. Belongs to no "chain" or trust,
tlass or clan absolute MERIT Its only alliance. Concentrated, enthusias
tic, COMPLETE. A school of FORCE, CHARACTER and INFLUENCE.
Prestige of long experience, thousand of graduates every one a WOOD
BURY testimonial and a vital force in the world. "BETTERNESS" Its
distinctive quality. "The Success of the Student" Its slogan. Entire year
-begin when ready. POSITIONS SECURED. Write for "Catalogue W
If. Is illustrated, interesting. Instructive. INSPIRING.
WILL COLLECT SUBSCRIPTION
Directors of Chamber of Commerce I
Need the Money !
Tailor-Made Divided Skirts of Khaki Cloth
BUTTONS ALL SIZES COVERED
5c a Dozen.
346 W. MONROE ST. COR. 4th AVE. PHONE RED 82
At a meeting of the directors of the
Mesa chamber of commerce which
was held Tuesday evening in the Free
reading and chamber of commerce
room, it was decided to place the mat
ter of collecting cine half of the sub
scriptions pledged some time ago, so
as to give the publicitv agents a
working capital. Directors Palmer,
Loper, Hagerhind, Waring and Irwin,
were present with President A. J.
Chandler- in the c hair.
A letter was read from the Santa
1 railway, thanking the chamber of
commerce for the shipment of Mesa
folders, and assuring them that Salt
River valley advertising would be dis-
OUTING FLANNELS FOR LESS
no pieces best quality outing flan
nels, very pretty patterns, in light
and dark colors, never sold for loss
This Sle at
S pieces of the famous Beacon flan
nel for making men's and ladies'
bath robes. Black, brown, grey,
cardinal and helio grounds, with
neat figures, always sells for 50c
23 pieces dark colored fleeced
back flannelette in neat small fig
ures and dots, always
In Our Retail
5,000 cans Griffin's Pork and Beans.
Regular price 20c, now 10f)
2500 cans Armour's Veribest Pork
and Beans, 3 cans for 23tf)
Lighthouse Soap for laundry, 6
bars for 23
Just received Jams and Jellies in
glass, Richelieu, Monarch and
makes coffee as clear as wine; save
trouble of settling. Let us show
Fruits and Vegetables our specialty.
sold at 12Uc. This sale at
JANUARY CLOSING OUT SALE AT OUR COAT AND SUIT ANNEX
SOME NEW SPRING ARRIVALS
ig ne sen tne lamotis "lionnet trench Kiack Tallela Silk. It gives universal satisfaction, has a beauti
ful soft lustrous finish, and is the best tdack taffeta silk that money can buy. You will make no mistake when
you buy "Bonnet" taffeta; two widths, 27-inch, for SI. 25
and 36-inch for
Send Me Your Old Feathers to be Repaired j
Or Write For Price List1
J. E. COUTEIXIER j
I'rench Mtuiufftcuircr I
and Pver ei ' !
124 S. ISroadMny, Los Amides
Beautiful new "Rajah" Silks, spring colorings, 27-inches wide
WE HAVE JUST UNPACKED A LARGE VARIETY OF THE MOST EXQUISITE AND BEAUTIFUL
DRESSES THAT HAS EVER BEEN BROUGHT TO PHOENIX. HAND TRIMMED, MADE FOR US.
TRIMMED IN HAND-MADE BATTENBERG, DELICATE VALENCIENNES AND EMBROIDERED ME-
DALLIONS, PRINCESS, SHIRRED WAISTS AND SLEEVES AND OTHER STYLES. EVERYONE WORTH
AT LEAST $75.00. YOURS FOR $35.00, $40.00 AND $50.00.
Our spring line of wool dress goods
is here for your inspection and is
by far the prettiest line we have
ever shown. Exclusive imported
novelties our specialty. See them.
New spring ginghams, the imported
kind are here, and you have never
seen a more beautiful line. Entire
ly new patterns and very moderate
Xew suiting linens for spring in the
new pastel shades of blue and la
vender and brown. By far the pret
tiest suiting linens we have ever ja
Get the best staple groceries at
I the lowest prices. We have a
laree and well assm-tad stork
of groceries that's why our
store Is so busv all the time.
The finest TEAS and COFFEES.
Buy Griebel'a Grocerisa.
213-220 W. Washington St.
At our Coat and Suit Annex we are showing a new line of spring 19"S white waists, dozens of styles to
choose from plain or fancy models. They're worth your while to see them SI. 00 to SG.OO eaon
EVERYTHING SEASONABLE AND
HIGH GRADE, ETC., AT LOW
NOTHING BUT THE' NEW SPRING STYLES BLACK OR TAN
Ladies champagne kid or gold
en brown Oxford, plain or turn
sole, military heel; verv swell.
Ladies' golden brown Oxford
blucher cut, turn sole; a neat
and dressy Oxford S2.50 and
Ladies' tan calf pump or
blucher cut Oxford, welt sole,
military heel, a nobbv street Ox-
FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN.
Ladies' tan calf, 2 buckle
blucher Oxford, welt sole, mili
tary heel, something new 5
Ladies' Russia tan calf tongue
pump, large gilt buckle, welt
sole, plain toe; nothing swell-
Ladies' tan ooze, 3 gilt buck
le Oxford turn sole. Cuban heel;
a very nobby brown shoo
See Our Show Window for the Newest Spring Novelties in
Tan Shoes for Men and Women
Are the two best
brands sold in the
,- valley. Can be
purchased on the
South Side of
BIRCHETT BROS., T. J.
PARRY, GOODWIN BROS,
and A. A. CELAYA,Tempe
or any store in Mesa.
j H. O. RAMSEY
i VETERINARY SURGEON.
'Graduate Ontario Veterinary College,
j Gentle horsea and nice rigs for hire. -j
Office and stable corner First av
enue and Jefferson St.
t Phone piack 552. Phoenix. Ariz.
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