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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 20, 1908.
MAR LIN RIFLES AND SHOTGUNS
I ysouo top
We handle a full lino of these relia
ble firearms, and sell them at the very
lowest restricted retail prices estab
lished by the makers. We have In
stock their latest 22 rifle, model 20,
$11. .Mi. shooting short, long and long
rifle cartridges, take down.
Al.su a 30-30 rifle, with IS Inch half
octagon barrel, take down, rkle and
stock portions being same length,
made to fit in an ordinary suit case;
pricV 20.
Martin shotguns in 16 and 12 gauge,
solid frame or take down. Carbines
and rifles in stock in 25-20, 32-2.1.
44-40, 30-30 and other sizes. All fully
guaranteed. Large catalogue free.
PINNEY & ROBINSON
THE GUN STORE
40 NORTH. CENTER STREET, PHOENIX, ARIZ.
end for fre Gmi Law card. rtxblt.rn1 1rj
Ostrich Goods
Our Ostrich Feather Goods add elegance to the most refined or
elaborate costume. We sell them to the consumer at producers'
prices, direct from the farm where we raise the ostriches and pro
duce the feathers.
We carry the largest line of Plumes, Fans, Boas, Stoles and
Tips in the Southwest, made from the finest feathers grown, or
Make Special Pieces to Order
Don't buy until you get our prices.
We have a few very fine soft, hand-made Ostrich Feather Dust
ers on sale, the only thing for nice furniture.
Goods delivered anywhere In the United States prepaid. '
Arizona Ostrich Farm
PHOENIIX, ARIZONA.
Cor. Adams and 1st Sts, Opp. New Noble Bldg.
Carnegie Public Library
Eleventh Avenue and Washington Street
Open 9 a. m. to 12 m. ) Daily Except
Open 2 m.to 6 p. m. Sundays and
Evenings 7 to 9
Holidays
Sundays, Reading Room open
from 2 p. m. to 5 p. m.
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING
House and bell wiring. Repairing of all kinds.
ARIZONA ELECTRIC CO.
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY HOUSE.
Phone Black 534.
V. R. NORRIS, Prop.
41 S. 1st Ave.
THE FRENCH KITCHEN
THE RIGHT PLACE TO EAT. !v
Will be open day and night. Short orders and regular meals.
YEE BEN CO., PROPS.
' 11 West Wash. St.
TOURIST
MUST BE SEEN TO BE FULLY APPRECIATED.
LISTEN, MR. PURCHASER:
You look around at the different makes ef motor cars, and note
all their good points, listen to the arguments the salesmen will offer,
get their prices, and then come to us and compare all your data with
what we SHOW you, und there is no question but what you will buy
a TOURIST. The best tl:,S motor car made.
Phoenix Auto Co.,
Cor. Fourth Ave. and Washington.
Arthur Aimworth, Manager.
Phone Main 145
YUCCA PALM
Something new made up in Photo Frames, Table Mats,
Ornamental Panels, Blotters, etc. See our window.
Desk Sets,
The Navajo Curio
12 NORTH
CENTER ST
12 N. Center. 41 W. Adams
Crasville No. 3924
The noted French coach stallion will
make the season 1008 at Cowboy Cor
ral, Five Points, Phoenix, Arizona.
For terms, etc., apply at 9 "West Ad
ams street or at corral.
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ad Hair Hat Bands.
f ARIZONA SADDLERY GO. I
E 45 N. Center, Phoenix
TuiiiiiiiiKiuiiniiiiimiiiiiiiiiiimiiiHiiin
New Open Air Theater ready for
public Saturday night, near Electric
Theater. Reeves and Kehlin.
8ANTA FE TIME TABLE.
PHOENIX CITY TIME.
Leavs. Arrive.
"The Diamond Jo," for Hot
Springs function, Wlcken
burg, Prescott and branch
points, Jerome, Ash Fork.
Los Angeles, San Fran
cisco and all points
west 2:00 a.m. 3:35 a.m.
"The Daylight Express,"
for Hot Springs Junction
(Castle Hot Springs),
Wlckenburg, A. & C.
branch points, Congress
Junction, Prescott, Ash
Fork, Denver, Kansas
City, Chicago and all
points east 8:00 a,m. 4:10 p.m.
No trains on A. & C. Ry.
or Poland branch Bun
days. .
THE WEATHER.
Local Daily Wsather Report for the
Arizona Republican.
Forecast for today Generally fair.
6:30 6:30
sm. p.m.
ISarometer. inches 29.94 30.02
Temperature, degrees ......61
IV w point, degrees 38
Humidity, per cent 41
Wind, direction E XE
Wind, velocity, miles 2 6
Rainfall, inches 0 T
Weather C'Idy Cldy
71
42
36
Mean dally humidity 40
Mean daily temperature 66
Highest temperature 75
Lowest temperature .57
Total daily rainfall :T
Accumulated excess In temperature
since January 1, 136 degrees.
Acumulated excess In rainfall since
January 1. 0.1 1 inch.
L. N. JESUNOFSKT,
Section Director.
It's Here
GERMAN JOURNALISTS
IN THt REICHSTAG
Ladles should call and inspect
the imported ware from Japan.
Its beautiful and useful. Re
member you can get one of
these imported plates with one
pound Gun Powder English
Breakfast Japan or Mixed Tea,
on'y 60l',ate and tea-
The cups and saucers are giv
en away with our bonds or pre
mium plan.
Big Clearance
Sale ,
Still going on
Threaten to Have Nothing to do With
the Proceedings Unlets an Insult is
Wined Out.
Berlin. March 19. There was an up
roar in the relchstag today during the
debate on the colonial budget. Herr
Erzberger. centrist, made a speech in
which he referred to the government's
treatment of the negro in Its colonies
and he made use of the phrase "The
negro also has an immortal soul."
As the speaker paused after this re
mark, jesting expressions were heanl
from galleries, some of which appeared
to come from the division set apart
for the press. The entire 'Center part
at once arose to its feet in indigna
tion. Herr Broeber. the Center leader,
pointed to the Journalistic tribune, and
shouted the word. "Swine."
This resulted in a general uproar,
whereupon the president rang his bell
and threatened to clear the galleries.
Later the representatives of the press
met and passed a resolution of pro
test which was read to the house.
The president of the house made a
statement which did not satisfy the
journalists and they again voted to
go on a strike unless an adequate apol
ogy was made for the insult to Hie
newspaper profession. A deputation
was sent to the president to inform
him of the decision.
All the morning papers break off the
report of the proceedings in the Reich
stag with President Stolberg'3 state
ment, adding "the journalists with
drew in a body from the press galler
ies. o
GOV. GUILD'S CONDITION
There is Now Said to be Hope of His
Recovery
Eoston, March 19. Dr. Winslow Is
sued the following bulletin regarding
the condition of Gov. Guild at 7 p. m.:
"The governor is belter tonight and
has done very well today. Hi3 condi
tion is better and though he is still a
very sick man, there is now hope of his
recovery."
UNITED MINE WORKERS.
Indianap'olis. March 19. The nation
al convention of the t'nited Mine
Workers of America spent the entire
day fliscussing the report of the scale
committee, adopting all the sections
considered, with amendments. All
propositions to change the report were
defeated by decisive votes.
0
AN ARIZONA POSTMASTER
to foihent agltaWon, she found every
public hitll in the city closed against
; her and was unable to get an audience
I for -her revolutionary, speeches. By
i this single device the police were able
to put a quietus on further agitation
I without resorting to violent measures,
i The rigid Investigation following the
, shooting of Awerbuch failed to reveal
i any evidence of an ensrchlst plot In
' volving other persons, but it brought
I to light a pitiful story of the Kishinev
; massarce of 1905, which influenced the
mind of the impressionable boy with
a lasting hatred or ail oiricers or tne
law. Averbuch's sister, Olga, who told
the story, was a gir' at tin time of the
massarce. When the drunken Russian
mob. led by the police, broke into the
house in Jiich she was, her father,
sister and brother only saved their
lives by throwing themselves on the
floor and feigning death. A big man
with a beard seized her by the throat
I and would have strangled her If she
had not given him 12.1 the savings of
the family for months."Ah, it was ter
rible In Kichlnev," she cried. "It was
i holiday time and everywhere It was
I cried. "Kill the Jews!' Some they tore
It to pieces and some the soldiers shot to
! death. I slept not for three days and
. my little sister's hair turned gray."
The Chicago delegation which enter
l ed an emphatic protest at Washington
' against proposed bills in congress to
, prohibit "futures" in the selling of
i farm products, returned particularly
Impressed and pleased with the results
i of a conference at the White House
j with President Roosevelt. The elimi-
minations of mere "bucket-shop"
j gambling which boards of trade have
consistently fought, was discussed.
"Bucket-shops" deal in no commodities
while it is one of the Imperative rules
of the Chicago and other boards of
j trade of this country that every pur
' chase or sale of anv commodity for fu-
I ture delivery made between members.
j whether acting for themselves or as
agents for non-members, must con- :
i template the actual delivery of the j
! property by the seller, and receipt of i
! same by the buyer according to the j
terms of the contract. Failure of
j either party to literally fill the obliga- !
' tlon subjects the offender to severe '
I penalties at the hands of the directors, j
! All this "providing that within the life
of the contract, the transaction is not I
concluded by a set-off or 'ring-up.' and
settled by the payment of a .money j
' difference." The Supreme Court of ,
the United States has not only decided
such future contracts are wholly legal i
but has also decided that these set-offs I
or sen lemeuis Ms now in iurui aic i
: also legal. It would appear that the !
pending measures now before congresg
if enacted Into a law, would practically .
j do away with all operations in future
i and in all likelihood force the exchang
j es to close and be fraught with great
I danger to the enormous producing and
Qp MISSISSIPPI I c,,mnu'rclal ln,"r,'sts f,f the country.
A modern Pied Piper has been in de
mand in Chicago to rid the city fo '
rats. Dr. A. W. Baer appealtd to the i
j health office to drive them out hjfore f
I bubonic nlaeue works eastward frtn.
Chicago, March 11. (Special corres- South America and the wesieri
pond'")ce cf The Republican). A new. lands. "Food is cooked In the sane
source of revenue to Unrle Sam that ' rooms about which rats re inmate,"
may eventually run into millions of was the doctor's warning. Th heai'h i
disease, two heroic army surgeons
having sacrificed their lives In experi
ments to ascertain the truth on this
point.
The sphere of the public library's
usefulness has been stretched to' in
clude classical music up in Evanston;
should one yearn for Chopin or Liszt
or Beethoven, the presentations of a
library card will secure, for mechani
cal pianos, sheets 'f music that have
the O. K. of critics as having musical
merit. Instead of getting a novel or
the unabridged works of Ibsen, one. in
Evanston. can get an entire evening's
profitable communing with the works
that made Wagner famous and the
waltzes that put Shuberfs name on
the roll of helodic fame. The study of
music In that intellectual suburb is to
be given, a new zest; after the study
of the principles of harmonics the li
brary sheets Te adjusted and the
mechanical piano set going to do the
rest.
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MAKE THE STOMACH WORK.
Indigestion Can Never Be Cured by
Mollycoddling,
Mao's
Cash Store
Don't try to cure your stomach trou
ble by coaxing, fussing, dieting and
mollycoddling.
Make the organ work. If it cannot
takh care of the food you eat without
complaints-such as flatulence, indiges
tion, headaches, and the feeling of
fullness or distress, make its muscles
work by using Mi-o-na stomach tab
lets. These little tablets, taken with reg
ularity for a few days, will soon
strengthen the muscles and walls of
the stomach so that it will take pleas
ure in working to digest the food you
eat. and there will be no further Suf
fering with indigestion.
The time to treat a disordered or
weakened stomach is when you begin
to suspect that you have indigestion
for the suspicion will turn to certainty
very soon. The heart-burn, the flatu
lence, the coated tongue and heavy
and dull feeling after eating that come
occasionally after you eat too much of
something that does not agree with
you, will show themselves after nearly
every meal unless the stomach is put
to work with Mi-o-na.
Try a DO-cent box of Mi-o-na on
Larson Drug company's guarantee of
money back if it does not do all that
is claimed for it.
FOR SALE CHEAP
Eleven large lots, north 8th
Ave, block from car line. City
water, fine location, worth $300
each; the whole lot at $190 each.
FINEST CITY REAL ESTATE
INVESTMENT IN PHOENIX.
80 acre ranch; 20 acres in al
falfa; plenty of water, good
ditches, fences and houses; 20
acres sowed to grain. Perfect
title. Spot cash, $2600. Don't
answer if you haven't the mon
ey. Must be sold quick; no
commission. C. E. Mi care Republican.
Bran bread, fresh every day at the
Phoenix Bakery, 10c a loaf.
Prosper Bardone, commission mer
chant. 19 South Center St.
I
THE WHITE HOUSE
SPECIAL OFFERING.
100 pairs Ladies' and Misses'
Shoes, regular price J1.75. Sale
Pr'fe 9S
-Come and see our new goods
arriving dally, for bargains at
THE WHITE HOUSE
at 214-216 W. Washington St.
WASTED WATER POWER
Chicago's Bloodless Campaign For the
Suppression of Anarchy.
"The Good Fellowship of a Good Watch"
There Is something in the good fellowship of a good watch that is
always felt by the owner that is, in words, hard to define. Ask your
friend, who has a good watch a watch that keeps perfect time how
much he will take for it and he will laugh at you. It is because
there is that attachment to it that knowledge of its faithfulness that
places it above its actual intrinsic value. These are the kind of
watches we sell, and it is only these kind that you become attached
to. From $10 up.
F. A. HILDERBRAN & CO., Jewelers
SUCCESSORS TO GEO. H. COOK,
10-12 VEST WASHINGTON STREET, : : PHOENIX.
I' . MEW STOCKINGS
Washington D. C. March 19. (Spec
ial) Francis R Marum has been ap
pointed postmaster of Hillside, vice R.
M. Roberts, resigned.
APOLOGETIC STUDENTS
They Regret the Disorder of a Parade
at Stanford
Stanford University, March 19. A
largely attended meeting here tonight
of the student body passed resolutions
apologizing to the faculty for any
breach of discipline which had occur
red during the students' parade here
last Thursday night. The matter Is
now in the hands of the committee of
student affairs.
in tan and black lace are in. We' ordered these last fall
for our Spring trade, but as manufacturers would not cancel the
order we had to accept them. Also a big lot of new
OXFORDS
which came in under same conditions. Buy your summer foot
, wear from new goods at nearly your own price.
We are selling out and mean business.
THE
F
THE SHOE AND STOCKING STORE
27-29 EAST WASHINGTON STREET
Phoenix, Arizona
NEW NORWEGIAN CABINET.
Christian ia. Norway. March 19.
The new cabinet has been definitely
approved by King Haakon. Gunnar
Knudsrn is premier and minister of finance.
A TAFT COMMITTEE
Cheyenne, March 19. The republi
can state committee in session here
today called the state convention at
Lander on May 7th, and endorsed
Taft-.
SENATOR PENROSE
DANGEROUSLY ILL.
Philadelphia, March 19. United
States Senator Boise Penrose is dan
gerously ill at his home here from
racial erysipelas. It was stated by his
physicians tonight that his tempera
ture had reached 104 and hat his con
dition was serious.
dollars annually, Is part of the Kites
plans of the Internal Waterways Com
mission. This is the utilization of the
immense water power that will be de
veloped by the construction of dams
In the Mississippi and other rivers in
connection with proposed government
waterway projects. The annual value
of the unused water power of the
United States at present is placed by
experts t the enormous figure of
nearly $.!,00O.oiii,O00, or more than the
annual value of all the mines in the
country, including coal and iron mines
as well as the precious metals. The
government aims to have a share of
this unused wealth. It already has
dams at the' headwaters of the Missis
sippi and elsewhere, but few of them
are now utilized. The development of
the great internal river projects, which
President Roosevelt urged in his last
message, will call for the construction
of dams which will produce hundreds
of thousands of horse power as an in
cident to making the rivers greater
highways of commerce. - A way is
thus opened for Uncle Sam to take a
hand in the exploitation of national
resources. AVoether this water power
will be leased or used direct has not
yet been determined, but In either case
it will provide revenue which should
go far to take care of the upkeep of
the canals and river channels, when
once these are completed.
A bloodless but effective way to
suppress anarchy has been devised by
(lie Chicago police as a result of the
troubles arising- from the attempted
assassination of Chief of Police Shippy
by the Russian anarchist, Averbuch.
When the "high priestess" of anarchy,
Emma Goldman, arrived in Chicago
department has acted on the warning
and has taken steps to exterminate
rats of all ages and kind'-" The
prompt attention given Dr. IJ-.n r's sug
gestion encourages- physicians of the
city who believe lh::t more authority
should be given members f the medi
cal professi ,n 1n their efforts t .weir-?
reforms calculated to preserve the
health. A little non'-y .livctcd now
to the extermination of the rats, for
instances, they believe, would be the
saving of thousands of dollars in case
bubonic plague should be brought to
Chicago by immigrants, travelers or
soldiers who have been in oriental
countries. The case of New Orleans
has been cited to illustrate the need
of giving the doctors this authority.
Refore the last yellow fever epidemic
in that city a physician asked an ap
propriation of $10,000 to close the open
sewers and thus take away one of the
greatest breeding places of infected
mosquitoes. He was laughed at. Lat
er the fever came and in loss of busi
ness cost the city millions of dollars
and worse, scores of lives. It now has
been demonstrated clearly that the
mosquitoes were the bearers of the
TEA 2
How little it is! -How
little it adds to the. weight
of the cup! It has cover
ed the sea with ships for a
hundred years.
Yonr grocer ret jrni your money U foa toa'l
lUt ScoUlioc' B;t; w. par him
- . .
A FULL LINE OF
GAS RANGES
JUST RECEIVED
CALL AND SEE
Pacific Gas and Electric Co.
130-132 West Washington St.
Your own common sense will say, after you give us a trial, to use
STEAKS AND MEATS
Because all ouc meats are carefully selected and we use none but
that we'll guarantee you fine, juicy, tender, healthful food.
"PARTICULAR PEOPLE EAT STURGEON'S MEAT."
J. E. STURGEON & CO.
Phone Main 297.
INDEPENDENT MARKET
1-3 West Washington Street.
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