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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING,-MARCIT 10 1008.
Davidson's Cash Store Now in New Quarters, Formerly Occupied by the Dorris-Heyman Fur niture Co.. 22 to 24 West Washington St. Watch our win dows for bar gains. Watch our China Sale. Nice big line of Alaska Refriger ators just in. Davidson's Gash Store I Phoenix, A. T. Phone Red 363 IN THE PUBLIC PRINTS almost every day one can read of ac cidental injuries, the taking of poison and other calamities, through error, and due solely to impaired eyesight. Take warning! Our glasses mean perfect sight. DR.E.MUNSON ARIZONA'S LEADING OPTICIAN LARSON'S UBBER GOODS .tie by one of the biggest goods bouses In America, are the finest that skillful ..-ikmen can turn out. They are made from fresh and strong new rubber stock. Every piece wears well and Is guaranteed for one year. LARSON DRUG CO. N.W. Cor. Center and Wash. Sts. Phoenix. Ariz. WE INVITE YOU to visit the most modern, clean, airy, UD-to-now BAKE SHOP in Arizona. You can Inspect our method of baking from start to finish, and judge as to the truth of our assertions. ' Home Baking Go M. J. PETTI O, Manager. Olivet Brand OF ALL THAT IS GOOD, ARIZONA PRODUCTS ARE The Best RIPE AND GREEN OLIVES. OLIVE OIL. Monger Bros. Company. There wet a nan of great renown, Came one day to Phoenix town, Hunted up and hunted down, Till Donofrio't Caetua Candy he had found. OF LOCAL INTEREST THE FIGHTERS T. Tliomns and Mike Adams Wt-re arraigned yesterday before Justice Kyle and fined $7 each, I which they hud in cash. PRAYER MEETING The Tuesday evening prayer tilt eting at liie Oritt en ton Home tonight will be led by H. T. Gillett. POLICE COURT Joe Hunter for feited 15 bail yesterday for drunken- I . r, r, .1 l..hn I V. ... t ' hi' .- t,I i fl u j a bicycle on the sidewalk. JUBILEE BANQUET The Bisbce board of trade is arranging for a Ju bilee banquet In that city on March lS and yesterday Governor Kibbey re ceived and accepted an invitation to be present. BACK TO PHOENIX J. H. Kirk land, after an absence of fourteen months has returned to Phoenix and will remain f"r several weeks. He Is in the employ of the government In dian service. BAKING DAY CHANGED Raking day at the Crittenton Home this week will be on Wednesday instead of Thursday. Patrons are requested therefore to send in their orders today for tomorrow's baking. FUNERAL OF MARY MARSH The funeral services of Mary Marsh will be held this afternoon at 4:3(1 o'clock from the parlors of George F. Mcrryman. Members of the X. G. A. club and intimate friends of the fam ily are invited to attend. FUNERAL OF MRS. DEMING. Mrs. Ida. wife of G. Denting of Ar lington, died on Monday afternoon at two, o'clock, and the funeral services will be he'd at the residence of her parents Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Perry, near Alhanibra. on Wednesday at 3 o'c lock p. m. Interment will be made in Greenwood cemetery. DR. FERGUSON HOME Dr. Ray Ferguson, superintendent of the asy lum for the insane! returned home yesterday morning, accompanied by Mrs. Ferguson. The doctor is looking and feeling fine and said he was nev er treated better in his life than dur ing his recent stay in Kansas City anil at his old home in Kansas. THE WOMAN'S CLUB The regular meeting of the Woman's club will be held this afternoon in the parlors of the Presbyterian church, the program being under the art de'iartment of which M!ss K. W. Kendrick Is chair man. The chief features of the pro gram will be "A short talk noout the clubs around San Francisco Bay." And "The City of Washington" by Mrs. Waldo C. Parkhurst. , AN OBJECT LESSON John Doe was given an object lesson yesterday demonstrating the constitutionality of the city ordinance which prohibits dumping garbage on Homebody else's vacant lot. Mr. Doe unloaded his wa gon on another man's projterty merely because it was a convenient place. An officer who saw him at it intended at first to arrest him. but later he thought the lesson would be better In culcated in another way. The officer , permitted the man to unload the wa gon, then appeared on the scene and . made him load it up again and carry it somewhere else. NEW CORPORATION The Herlick Investment Co. with capital stock of 'Sin.iMH.i, has organized for the worthy ' purpose of entertaining the people of ' Phoenix. It w 111 take over the Bijou Theater and will also run a first class vaudeville and motion picture show in the building now occupied by Mr. Her ; lick on Washington street. His pres ' ent business will at once be closed out 'and the new theater will be opened on April 3. The directors of the com , pany are Hans Herltck. Jack Turner. : Billy Malioy. Both the liijou.and the j new theater will be under the 'man agement of Jack Turner. A SURPRISE 1 PARTY The boys ! and girls of the Osborn district gave j to their sc hoolmate, Irma Lee. a Jolly ! surprise party on Saturday night at J her home at the Indian school. After ' enjoying many pleasant games the i visitors produced from some secret ! spot refreshments of Ice cream and cake. Those present included Alvlna Peterson, Helen and Laura Swiggett, Mildred Pysart. Ester and Ruth Loudermilk. Miss May Geer. Dannie Campbell, Leon Stoudt. Herbert Loud ermilk. Louis Stewart. John Geer, Chas. Orme and John Creighton. ' C. H. VEIL INTERESTED Weslev j A. Hill has received a letter from C. H. Veil, superintendent of the Sun i Milling Co. of Mansfield. Pa-, asking I how he can secure a set of the pano- ramie views of the Salt River valley and Roosevelt, and Mr. Hill has of ' course Informed him as that is In the I line of his business. The incident Is I mentioned chiefly as a proof that peo i pie in distant parts know what these i pictures are, from reputation if not through personal acquaintance with I them, nnd are anxious to get hold of them. Another reason fur shaking of this incident is that Mr. Veif was one or the leading citizens or .Marl I coia county twenty-five years ago and i many old timers will remember him and be glad to know he is still in ac i tive business life in Pennsylvania. Best Prices Paid for Clean Rags McNEILCO. 126-128 Washington St. . The PEOPLE with the GOODS oppotlto Court Housm MINING MEN DINE About twenty officers', directors and stockholders of the Octave Mining company enjoyed 'the jollicst kind of a little banquet j last evening In the Hotel Adams din ing room. ' The function was arranged the night before by K. K. Hum, the retiring vice president and the chief promoter of the company. A, press of other affairs1 and the knowledge that the company's business was In . fine shape inspired him to reject the ten der of a re-election and urge that some one else he named in his stead. The dinner last night was a felicitous occa sion as well as an incident of gastro nomic delight. There was general speechmaklng though nothing formal, for It was a little party of Phoenix visitors making merry for themselves. There were but few present who claim to be citizens of the territory. Among them was E. S. Clark of Preseott. counsel for the company. The terri try. however, would be proud to claim as citiiens. any member of the party vvlio would confess the faith and seek the right hand of fellowship. But if they are not ekixens their money Is" at work here and that Is the next best thing. THEIR WIDENING FAME. The fame of Arizona oranges has traveled farther than most Veople Imagine. Dr. R. E. Lightburne received a paper a short time ago from t'ohomg, Onta rio, advertising Arizona oranges at prices very little more than are asked for them here. He also met a gentle man the other day who came .here from Sudbury. 3M) miles north of Ot tawa. Canada, and who told him that Arizona oranges were sold there during the past season. It was one of the In cidents that caused him to visit Phoe nix and he Is glad he did so. for he likes the country and thinks seriously of settliuv here. Reserving Nothing and flooding the com munity with the greatest Shoe bargains the ?UUcns of Phoenix have ever known. This Great Shoe Sale has been packing our store with eager buyers from start to finish. You can't afford to miss it. Just as Advertised a big discount on Every thing. H. A. DIEHL Shoe Co. GET YOUR NUMBER. Owners of automobiles, motor cycles, and all oth er species of chug-wagon, are again advised that they should go to the city hall by March 3 and get one of those large, handsome numbers tlyftuix col lector sells at so much per. he ord inance requiring these nuiubfrs goes into effect onthat day, and those" who neglect the matter may ride their au tomobiles and other motor machines right Into police court, and possibly into the city Jail. j J f.. ADLR. l! 3 'ti us. co. l l r'-TI 11 ' vNi m ; 1 . 1 DUNUP HATS :a pJr- f. -vS " - -' " v - Spring and Summer Styles 1908, Now Ready rem Correspond on The ELVEY &. HULETT Service Remember! wt make a fin line of Harnett of all grade, such at tingle and double bug gy harnets, heavy work harnett, etc. N. PORTER SADDLE AND HARNESS CO. SPURS AND BIT8. 40 Wett Washington St. Telephone Red 131. A HARD SLAM The most unkind est cut that. has been made at the memory of the St. Oaudens-Roosevclt coin conspiracy Is laid at the door of Henry ilecrge of this city. It occurred in the office of the Pacific Oas and Electric company the other day. the bookkeeper there having secured one of the double euglen that are lacking the motto, "In God We Trust." and a let of other things that make the coin look right. The coin was passed to Mr. George without comment, thinking he might have a curiosity In seeing one. And he did. His surprise was unfeigned. After turning it over two or three times he said: "Why. that looks almost enough like money to make the manufacturer liable for counterfeiting. Who is putting out these beer checks, anyway; some lo cal firm'."' I I I ! i I Iff I i t Clothes for Gentlemen You are in style Your Gar ments are properly made You are sure of good service i ou' ve paid somewhere from $rs to $40 for complete satisfaction. Pi MM. Good Stationery mi r. Srtf c ffMc 3 I I PHONE ! US : It costs so little If you buy from it si, We just received the newest and most u'p-to-date line of Itox Papctrles nnd Tablets. We have a leader for 2.o a box w hich would be 'cheap at Jit cents. Sent by mail to out of town custom ELVEY A HULETT Quality Druggltts luuuiiuiiuimiiiiuiiimimniimiiifir i We handle the II Carter's Celebrat- 3 js ed Typewriting j Ribbons and Car- bon Paper, also a good line of Blank E Books and Office Supplies at ( E si GRAIN'S STATIONARY AND I NEWS CO. 11-13 N. Center t S Siiiuintuiiuiniiuiiuiiiiiuiuuimiuiiu DEATH OF A. NELL IS. Abraham N'ellis died yesterday morning about 3 o'clock in this city at the advanced age of 7S. He -was an old settler in Arizona, having made his home for many years In Mayer. He Is survived by two sons, one of whom. William N'ellis, is here and the other is' in Los Angeles. The funeral will be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock in the parlors of Moore and McLellan. WORD BY WIRELESS FROM MA6UAIENA RAY The World't Record at Target Prac tiee Broken by the Cruiser Albany. ' Cruiser South Dakota, Magdalena j Ray, March S. (via wireless.) The j cruiser South Dakota arrived here this j afternoon, Sunday, from , Kan Fran cisco, on a shake down trip, making an average speed of from 11 do 12 knots, j using eight boilers. j Swinburne's squadron leaves for the j north tomorrow morning, (Monday) after nearly two months of target prac tice. The ships that are leaving are the cruisers Charleston, Milwaukee and St. Louis; also the destroyers Perry and Preble. The Albany steam ed north this evening, (Sunday) fly ing the cruiser trophy. She broke ull previous records in this country Jn' ra pidity by fire and accuracy. The per formance Is considered wonderful. Ac curate figures cannot be given out at ( this time. j The California remains in the harbor I which, w ith the South Dakota, the Buifalo and two colliers, are awaiting j the arrival of ,Evans' fleet, Tf is com- prises the total of ships here. The j Charleston and St. Louis were In com munication with Admiral , F.vans last night (Saturday.) The Atlantic fleet is i expected about March 13. Yesterday The message contained the news of the death of a sailor and his burial at sea. - 91 JX u 3 cn o - D "H, o c m o a a a a 3 it C 5 n a to to c hi. M . o o PZT"" N t i ii- ' a v- 4 . ' , .r.-v i i smi i .?-.-':.-J-'.-:'.."v"i..K ii E. L ANDREWS & SON, " E. Washington Street. Kodak.. Photo Goods, Stationery, Talking Machine, Sporting Good. r JJfellf i - efrigerators It nt we will guarantee weather suitable for . them later, and we want you to see our line when you get to thinking about them. Talbot & Hubbard's Hardware Store. fr1 J Home of EFFERVESCENT PHOSPHATE OF SODA, A PLEASANT AND RE LIABLE LAXATIVE. YOU CAN GET P. D. i CO.'S OR WYETH'S IN 4 02. BOTTLES AT l THE ADAMS IN HOTEL ADAMS. PRESCRIPTION Coffee Drinkers IF YOU LOVE GOOD COF FEE BUY EITHER HILLS BROS., CHASE & SANBORN'S, SCHILLING'S, M. J. B. BAKER'S BARRINGT0N HALL, CASINO, BLUE RIBBON, QUAIL OR IRIS. RECEIVED FRESH EVERY FEW DAYS. Wetzler's Grocery Phone Black 961. 35 W. Wath. St. : i 1 Artist Supplies We carry a full I me of brushes Oil Paints, in fact anything for the Artist Berryiuli's Big Book Store "The Thirsty Mansifetreat" Ml! invested In real estate now will grow 110 per cent more rapidly than in any other property or business. We have some especially attractive bargains. ; For Instance, the finest of orange land j at $100 per acre. Ten. acre tracts all in crop, at $13(1. 20 acres sugar beet ! land at H0. 80 acres of finest beet or alfalfa land S50. Money to loan. Insurance. L. J. RICE, Manager. TRUST DEPARTMENT UNION BANK BEY INQUIRE AT 141-3 NORTH CENTER STREET Next Door to Postoffice BARK & BURNETT - . . Phone Main 242 March Records are here, for both Edison and Victor. Drop In and let us play them . for you. There ire lots of good things In both lists for March. It Is EARLY to talk Pure Drugs PHARMACY ANDREW H. MILLER, MGR. SPECIALIST. .i PHOENIX HARDWARE COMPANY, Aaenta Ranchers We want more milk or cream, Best Prices at The Maricopa Creamery Co. Pfcone Main 187