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4 : ! . . ' TnE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN SATURDAY MORXIXG, MARCII 21, 1908.
Lawn Tennis RACKETS. Jl.r.u to $6.rn (all new stock tigs winter;. Ai Ditsun I'mis. plenty of them. BALLS, Wright it:tiis. ;;ri- i-acii. dozen. Practice NETS. 3.hi. J4.r.n. RACKET COVERS, Toe and 11.00. MARKING TAPES, best iiality. 4.r.0. Mir marking tapes and n. Is an and not from jobbers nr middlemen. ;..ods can l. bought for air where ii -(Hint' i: 1-i tree bought direct from ami our prices are a i tin- l iiii.it States. !he manufacturers low an the same Catalog of l'.0s PINNEY Sl ROBINSON THE GUN STORE 40 NORTH CENTER STREET, PHOENIX, ARIZ. a-nA fnr fro Oama Iaw curd. ' establish! 1C SANTA FE TIME TABLE. PHOENIX CITY TIME. Leave. Arrive. "The Diamond Jo," for Hot Springs Junction, Wlcken burg, Prescott and branch points, Jerome, Ash Fork, Los Angeles, San Fran cisco and all points west 2:00 am. "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 Sun days. ' :3S a-yj t's Here Aches tou RISTS All i.-iw.rs .-!:.! 1 1 I take home a souvepir of Arizona. The best : to get this souvenir is at the Arizona Ostrich Kami. We have :!:"tie't.s tn :i".c to $",n.ni from our ostrich farms, any of which will a l :n;tiful souvenir or pies, nt for an von-. Plumes, Boas, Stoles, Tips and Fans A'- vi!; b.- j : -.-i - J h:iv.- von contr in ntio i.'oifiii articles, whether yon intent1 to !.,,y ir r.it i'.v P -containing an inter, r Ii :'s hal.ii-. along with illns-tra t i-1i a examine our stock or not. ami it.-i one t i:i ilescrljit ion of the id prices ..f thv giMiil Arizona Ostrich Farm PHOENIIX, ARIZONA. Cor. AJams and 1st Sis. Opp. New Noble Bldg. Carnegie Public Library Eleventh Avenue and Washington Street Open 9 a. m. to 12 m. j 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 !! ij. ll wiriug. !! -pHiriajj: of alt kind. ARIZONA ELECTRIC CO. ELECTRICAL SUPPLY Phone Black 534. HOUSE. R. NORRIS, Prep. : S. 1st Ave THE FRENCH KITCHEN THE RIGHT PLACE TO EAT. Will be r.pen day and night. Short orders find regular mala. YEE BEN CO- PROPS. ' 11 West Wash, tU TOURIST MUST BE SEEN TO BE FULLY APPRECIATED. LISTEN. MR. PURCHASER: Y. i: !. i. : r jti ! at tire ii i f i. ten t mtt'. of motor csr. and note " ; 1 tie r ct I' hiix. lwin to it;.- rguitii tfc salesmen will otter. jr-t thi- pii..-s. ..i. i tr-n i.m to 11 end ;ii6re ail your data with nd :bere i. no que-, ton but What you will buv w hat SIloW a TOURIST. Tl , -n .: r enrttiwltf. Phoenix Auto Co., Cor. Fourth Ave. and Washington. Arthur Ainsworth, Manager. Phone Main 143 YUCCA PALM Something new made up in Plndo FrtiTu-s, TM Mats, Deck Beta. Ornamtn'.al Citi'ly, F.iotter. etc. tj oyr window. The Navajo Curio 12 N ORTH CENTER ST IIIIIIIM!HIIIIIIII!IIIII1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHI NAVAJO f Blankets and Silvarware, Braid- r ed Hair Hat Bands. Crasville No. 3924 ! ARIZONA SADDLERY CO. 1 45 N. Center, Phoenix IIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIrllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHIU THE WEATHER. Local Daily Weather Report for the Arizona Republican. I I"' i j-t for U ;i r. meter, inches . . . Temp,-r.HUre. degrees In-w point, deprers ., Ilumidiiy. per cent . Wind direction Wind velocity, mile kainfall, inches Weather Fair. 6:30 am. 30.10 iS 46 6.". SK 4 o 6:30 p.m. I 2J1 , S3 ."! ? 3 o .Cldy Clesr .. . : ! Mean daily humidity .... I .Mean daily temperature -. ..T"j Highest ernirratur ;....M Iiaest teniiTatnre , Total daily rainfall (W I ' Accumulated fjfpM In temperature; ! since January 1. 145 degree. AcumuUted HrfM in rainfall since! January 1. n 10 inch. ! j L. N. JESL'N'OFSKT, I Section Director. Indies should call and Inspect the Imported ware from Japan. Its beautiful and useful, lie menilier you can get one of these imported plates with one pound Gun Powder Kngllsh ltreakfast Japan or Mixed Tea, on'y GOt plate and tea. The Cups and saucer are giv en away with our bonds or pre mium plan. Big Clearance Sale Still going on Are in the nerves all feeling' Is. Headache, toothache, neuralgia, sciatica, rheumatic pains, back ache, etc. they're 11 there, but in different parts. It's nerve irri tation. Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills relieve nerve irritation, and pain subsides. They do not derange the stomach, or leave disagree able after-effects. Your druggist can tell you that many use them, and would not be without them. "I take lr. Miles' Antl-Paln Pills for lieail'ietit.. neiirrilla. stomach ache and pailhH of any nature. Th t.est medicine." M!SS I. I I. A I. INCH. .Macon. Oa. tf they fail to help, your druKKist wilt refund the mony on fust ptickuse. 2-'. dos-s. l'.'i eents. Nvr yold in bulk. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind., An Old Song. When all the wind are roelletw in tlie elad pring-time. And bank and fell and f.-illjr bit-' eotn-laden, i When evrry brt-ath's a ong and every j laugh like rhyme. Sing he, the day for youth tt meet i maiden! Then out amid the morning, Ls alftdntn waste her warnjntr. Well laugh. Pear Heart, and eintf. EficKee's Problems of Unemployed. ! All kindu of wilil staiements ami a limited assortment of wise im are finding their way into print shout the number of th- unemployed in Amer j ican cities, antl especially in Xew York at the present time. Krotn the estl j mate in t'liarities. ol.n ing the unem ployed uf New York at Hi.ftoO, to that I of Mr. Hruere, general agent of the association for improving the condi I tlon of the poor, that there are. at least ao.nso unemployed union men. and'as n.any more unorganised lalxir in Ihl city, the margin of error i j wide. It Is sufficient to say, liowerer. j that the Charities estimate, utiles it Id meant to apply fcstintates. including Jthat officially issue-l by tlw depart ment of labor at Albany, agre rlopely with Mr. pruere'.s figures. The trade j unions themselves reported for the times nh.w.I, which m party In iiouer month of fcwnlM-r that X4 pr cent tf i can or ver cutild f-sist. they Iiad lx-t-Jtbeir rnett were idl. Inasmuch as the iter let It-MisevclliMrt slid. and stick to I union do not lus a :inber as uit- ; their reulUc.ini.sm. In the long run employed if h ha as much as two j defeat under the leadership of Kair idaya of Work a wc k. and d.i not aid ; banks, or Hugh'-s 4r I'aniioit, would be ; Wtl If h hint file day a week, the.w? better than victory under Jtoosevelt ; figure Kow a riouM male of affaire, and Taft. Louisville- C'-iurier-Journal. tempt of the national and state govern ments to make corporations obey the law of the land have brought upon all this miser. The simpletons who be lhve such sttiff should provide them selves with a few recent issues of Eu ropean newspapers and magazines. They will find that the Aemrlcan situ ation is paralleled in London, in Ber lin and in Milan. The one fact that cannot be blin!ed or dodged is that an increasingly large percentage of innn!i:id is outside the margin of economic safety. When times are booming, it finds employ ment at living wa;es, which, however, do not provide for contingencies. As often us the lean years come, this rag ged edj;e -of the wag.- labor class !.- unhesitatingly dropped from the rolls and thrown upon the tender mercies of the charitable. What are we going to do about it? IndeK-ndent. Sad Republiacn Year. "Mr. Itoosevelt is a 'man of ability, of integrity, and f patriotic intentions. He is loyal to his party and to bis friend. He knowss. and everybody else knows whose opinion s Worth any thing, that without infamy and ruin he could not accept a nomination over the head of Judge Taft: that If Fair banks, Hughes, or t'annon should be nominate.) or threatened with nomin ationand lie allowed his own name to be interposed, he would not only split the republican nirty wide open, but j would consign himself to ceriuin and Ignominious d. feat and an immortality of di.Krr;ee. Jle !. no thought of j such a thing. ;'..r have Ids real friends. It look to tt e Vutrier-Joiiennl w though tills Is Koing to be a bad year j tor tne Kepumictms. Mtiw they are likely lo be beaten anyhow by the hard THE White House Special Offering 100 pairs of Ladies' Shoes worth $1.75, now.. and Misses' 98 100 pairs of Men's and Boys' Shoes worth $2.00 and $2.50, now....$1.3S Special price made on Ladies' Shirt Waists in light and and dark Ging hams: usually sell for 75c; sale price on' 19 A handsome lot in white Lawn and Percale Waists, trimmed in embroid ery ar.d lace: usually sold for $1.00: sale price 69 Fine line of Table Linens, white, blue and red. usually sold at $1.00: n ' 19r Jtear Heart, through all th Itolden day! IUhI lips art such a treasure A only love can me.mure When all the world Is merry In tl month of Hay! Cash vStore When all the dark la hollow and the wind blows cold Afid don th wet the tawny sun is Klnkinsr. w hen evtiry word U va, heart rrow old. f4ti?t ho, the nieht'K a noble time for drinking! Them drwn the wlairij aorrow!. Tonlgfet frota duath w borrow. We'll laugh. tf.xM friends, and ogaff. gnod friend, until the dawn of day! , J-t ota; and wine Remind u Of loven we left behind u When all she world was merry In lh month of May! Hrlan ItKker. In Harpers Magazine. CHICAGO HOTEL FIRE. t'hkas'i. Mafrh A fire reultlng j frttm crossed electrle IScbt wires ilnm- I aed tht Gr.tnd Paeini' hotel t rflay t' ihe etent of tl","". Kr a time It 1 and every i thealer.ed. tV entire destrui tiHn of ih i Vitaidina. Xy live tere lost. ' Ifnnt rtgtnizations engaged In re ' lievlnf destination, th appcalu to the I public for aid anp uior orgrtst than j w retnemljef thni to have ben for a Jfcncrai h n. indivldualx who know ' tm HituaWon well privately remark 'that tlier ha lfn no such distress in ;N(P York ilty for at least thirty-five ' tn Vh-w of tfce.sc fact, attempts tx Wiinlniae their aigflificance, and the-U-aroful avoidance by the dally prp of 'all wvrlott di-M8yiriii of tlienj are child . Isii Ulid mific hkvlus. Nt In the least I mlschievlous. because noldw with brain IS bis skl! In deceived, rit fX- ; cesslvely !iUv aad lireviiue is the re ' lt.raU-n uf the i harte tKat the at- and his offspring, a week later, were in a train together, which stopped at n ; station near a gloomy building. A ! man asked: i "What p!ac- is that?" I "The county jail," another answered promptly. Whereupon Mary embarrassed her j father and aroused the suspicions of , the oth.-r occupants of the carriage by Mary's Question, Some Icttle whil ago a popular writer viwted A jail in order t.i take notes for a magazine anicUj on prison life. On returning home ht described the horrors b had .seen, and bU de scription made a deep impression on J asking, in a loud shrill voice: his little daughter. Mary. The writer' "Is that the jatl you were in father?'' Tj fear tt t to loM. worry Is as sinful us TEA Good tea and tea are quite different, both grow 'on the same bu?h. A woman Sldo:n g. t old to admit she i. nt. x rnoilRh ' i -' evr crc returns ytmr none 8? ff oa dan fli 6ckuitx BH sat Lou. ft The Good Fellowship of a Good Watch" There lj something itt tht good Mlwship ..f a g.s.il watch that is always felt by lie' nw Uutt in. tu w..rd.-i, hard to define. Ask your friend, who has a (jeemd sfatth stated. tl:.-,t k.-. ps perfect time how much he Kiil tak fe-r it Kn-t a vfl lnjli at you. It is because there is that nitachmtot ta it Ifcat knowle.U- ..f its faitiifultiess that plane it ab.1V.-- it ocfjui lafriit'tc rsi-.. Thi se are the kind of watches v sell, ao.l It ia otdy Xh-a kind tfiat you become attached t-. Kivttl 1 10 pp. F. A. HILDERBRAN & CO., Jewelers SUCCESSORS TO GEO. H. COOK. 10-12 WEST WASHINGTON STREET, PHOENIX. 12 N. Center. 41 W. Adams No r Horseless A?s. The horse lef th3t has b-en so persistently predicted Is m.l merely Kl-.w In cumins; the fart Indicate that It Is farther awav than ever, and r hi may never come. We hope it a ill nt. hlle at the same time wi -eomlnsr all th new aids Pi rapid and wlrtiMtncled transportation. People mut tie rldSnst a great deal more than the-y ever rode ber.ire. The aul.. mo ld 'e Industry In this country ha quad rupled In value In the lust three year, and has developed at even a greater rate in the number f machines man ufactured. Itot the statistics of horse flesh beep ttn vxpandiiitf There were more than WndriOni t!"in In this country In ls7. but ac cording to the figure for the year Ju-t j rn.eu tnere are I'j.Tte.ooo tior-es in the I'nlted ritfites at the pre.-nt time This I a gain of nearlv 41 -r ceM In a decade, a much !.rgfi.ne than the human element can show, in pite of our large and continuous Importa tion. Xnt only are there more horse, but evidently they i-re better ones, a striking triumph for the science of eu-tr-nlc. Klnce the value hns Increased about fourfold, and Increasing prices of feed would not account for all the difference. The horse cannot be put down or relegated to obscurity. He survives the withdrawn! of the utim- ulus of race gambling in Missouri, and comes out In fairer proportion than ever. As mechanical rivals multiply he rises in the scale of dignified per sonality. The very fact' of the high cost of the power machines increases hi value. Just as we have to pay more for corjai-d beef when porterhouse steaks go up. The last horse will probably take his leave about the same time as the last man. tloston Transcript. MEW 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 OXFOtiDS which came in under same conditions. Buy your summer foot wear from new goods at nearly your own price. We are selling out and THE MJaI mean business. THE SHOE AND STOCKING STORE Tli notod French cna. h stain, n v. ill make the season 19"S ut Cowboy '.r rrd. Five Point. Phoerilt. Arizona. , For terms, to., apply at : West Ad ams street or at corral. " -r - J H F A I T i ,' ITU, ln.lni C.li.r.taj i! i-..., , . , stolen rrofn Siberian mines is not 1. . ' " ,,"t"" ' "' '"' i that, ft fer twt PC the entire output Cold Stolen by Miners. Statisticians compile tables of the world's production of gold yearly, but all admit that It la Impossible to give accurate figures because not a little of the metal Is stolen and never figures in the returns of production. In a country like China, where the Industry of gold mining la poorly organized and controlled, thi source of error In the returns of output is very Important Professor de Launay In his recent book on gold says that the gold In dustry In no country escapes the evil of thievery. Gold stealing goes on everywhere, but the extent of th rvil varies according to the country Ohd th efficiency tif the aupervUlon over miners. Cold from ft nature is easy to steal and to tn the Transvaal It is es timated that from I f to per cent of all the e-oJd entracled from tfl ore Of the Vitwersruid re stolen. . Th goid tbicf im abl to steal on a larger sraks tn such tountry Si beria, w)nsr tho' miner are nor Iso. late and rcrr union i mnr common.! There the OiierpB mten venturi to tafh! per wmifctimwi stitJ mtrk superintend I ents who fir htif Pf tha pi-kings' will Kirit frorabUi of.irfirtunitiea f(,r steal in. Aerturding . to Mr. i Ltrat's statemefita m t,i IvJx.k on gold mining! 27-29 EAST WASHINGTON STREET Phoenix, Arizona In UK, 4000 adventurers drove the mining companies and their employes from the gold district of the Zcya river and washed out a large amount of gold beforo they finally fled on the approach of a regiment of Cossacks. Not a particle of the sold they mined has been Included In the figures of production. It was found also In ISO that gold mining along the border between French Guiana and Brazil, -where the placers were remarkably rich, had been carried on for several years with out ahy supervision whatever, and not an ounce of the gold was Included In the statistics. Kew York Sun. WE RECOMMEND SEXINE PILLS. It makes no difference what Is the cause of one's weakness. If It bo a tonic that is needed. Sexlno Pills will do more than any other toftlc They are the one tonic that strikes nt the bottom f all weakness, the. nerva cen ters. They send nrw vitality bound Ins; through . the body, producing a glow and tlngli that revive the lan guid enerales of youth. Sctine Pills begin of bringing quiet repose t ftut teeing ru nes, Bf.d Inducing restful and feiferdiing sleep. Irlce $1 a box; six fcoi;c 0. with full Bttarnntvf. Address if call on Elvey 4. Hwlstt, where they sell 1t the principle remedies and di p.' t substitute. v. ':S'-;.5.,."-Y One Cause of Thievery. : ' ;' filie 'of the . three nr. four reasons why the tiilropidis in the : world's crn- r f.ir -fcrooks". I found., in the la I wivm Fuiwria. fha fluahtily of gnl4 ; ipervijiion ' nf the mot likely . pur- stolen from Siberian mines is not lens! baser or receiver of stolen uronert , I Kurean : pownt.rokt rs are subje tsl to the closest scrutiny, being under lh control of Imperial laws and official In some countries. In a few American cities, notably Washington, P-altlmore and Providence, tho task of baffling the "fence" Is greatly simplified by ab solutely restricting the number of tiawnshops to four or five. Put In this happy hunting ground of thieves the swarm of pawnbrokers Is so dense and their regulation so Innocuous that the laws seem to have been framed either by light-fingered gentry or by licht wits. The yearly license Is $500. a sum which any pickpocket could raise on short notice. Account books' must always be open to the mayor, the criminal courts, the city magistrates, and the police; but as every pawnbrok er chooses his own method of book keeping this requirement ia a merry farc and would continue to be one ven If every pullccman were an ex pert auditor. Th- great majority of pawnbrokers actually do keep Uch brief, dark records of articles received that Fherlocb Holmes himself could not recognize in them a dejJt-ription (,f anything in particular. So long as j there arc more pawnh;u than can bt ' closely watched, and such perfunctory supervision I toterated. thiveery will j Dotirish on a magnificent scale. Xew i York Tribune. - A FULL LINE OF GAS RANGES JUST RECEIVED CALL AND SEE Pacific Gas and Electric Co. 130-132 West Washington St. Fores f HaKit. telephone girl) I you earl, tne as 1 1 Lady t formerly. Pu r r. ' w 1 1 y d i d n ' t Inst rueful yVuT -. 'Steeping- t.'ar Porter I did. toa'am; sure' -yum born. I did: 1 ;aid: "Sey-en-thirty, ma'am," an" you said, "Line's out iyt "order." I'kk-Me-t'p. . Your own common sense will say, r.fter you give us a trial, to use STEAKS AND MEATS Pccause all our meats are carefully selected and we use none but that we'll guarantee you fine, juicy, tender, healthful food. J. 3 "PARTICULAR PEOPLE EAT STURGEON'S MEAT." E. STURGEON & INDEPENDENT MARKET 1-3 West Washington Street. CO. Phono Main 297.