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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN FRIDAY MORXIXfi, APRIL 3, 100S.
HAMMOCKS We have just rwived pnrt f our hami.iock m.ick f.r this year all genuine Palmer miike (name wwcd on each hammock), and all new ISnS styles. We positively sold out all our stock of hammocks last year, anil had no hammocks whatever in the house when these came in this week. No old styles, no failed stock on hand. 5 I cr i 1 i iT' .... . We have over two dozen different" styles of Palmer hammock, at prices ranging from il.."i to t" each. PINNEY ROBINSON THE GUN STORE 40 NORTH CENTER STREET, PHOENIX, ARIZ. fiend for free Gam Law card. Cstahlt-bMl 1117 SANTA FE TIMS TABLE. - PHOENIX CITY TIMlfl. I Leave. Arrive. "The Diamond JO," for Hot Springs Junction, Wlcken- burg. Presoott and branch points, Jerome, Ash Fork. Los Angeles, San Fran cisco and all points west 2:00 a.m. 2:J6 a.m. "The Daylight Express." for Hot Springs Junction (Castle Hot Springs), Wlckenburg, A. & C. branch points. Congress Junction, Fresco tt, Asb Fork, Denver, Kansas City. Chicago and all points east 8:00 a.m. 4:10 p.m. No trains on A. & C. Rj. or Poland branch Sun days. ; THE WEATHER. i TOURISTS - All visitors should take home a souvenir of Arizona. The best place to get this souvenir is at the Arizona Ostrich Farm. We have articles from .Vic to $.0.0it from our ostrich farms, any of which will make a beautiful souvenir or present for anyone. Plumes, Boas, Stoles, Tips and Fans We will be pleased to have you come in and examine our stock of beautiful articles, whether you intend to buy or not. and get one of our illustrative booklets, containing an init resting description of the ostrich and its habits, along with illustrations and prices of the goods we have for sale. Arizona Ostrich Farm PHOENIIX, ARIZONA. Cor. Adams and 1st' Sts. Opp.'New Noble Bldg. Local Daily Weather Report for the Arizona Republican. 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. Wili be open day and night. Short orders and rf-gular meals. YEE BEN CO- PROPS. 11 West Wash. St. Let Us "Show You 9 the Capable Tourist We want to "show you" tlie greatest car in tho- world for the price. Any car looks well "on the floor." But we want to "show you" how the Tourist acts on tho road. You see we don't want you to take our word for it. but we want to prove trt you what the Tourist can do. Let us take you out for a sriin. Choose any stretch of road we will 'open the throttle" and you judge for yourself, how the Tourist behaves on the "go." Look over the Tourist care fully at our rooms: compare it with anv car at any price. If you can not come to our garage, call us up. Kay "Show me a Tourist" and we'll hrins one around anywhere vou say. Phone M 143. PHOENIX AUTO COMPANY. S2500.00 luiys a nioo clean busim-si. He-t location in Pln-nix. busings. noM? reason for selling. Invest iHte this. ADDRESS P. O. BOX 446. R. B. COURT Secretary 12 V. Center. 41 W. Adams I'oriast for today Fair. Forecast tor today Fair.: warmer. 6:30 6:30 a.m. p.m. Barometer, inches Jil.Stt l'!.T!' Temperature, degrees .. . .52 7.S Pew point, degrees 1'H 12 Humidity, per cent 44 7 Wind, direction SK SK Wind, velocity, miles 1 7 Weather Cldy Clear .Mean ilailv humidity .... .Mean daily temperature Highest temperature ... Lowest torn pent t tire . . 2fi i ... .". , . . .SI 4!) Accumulated excess In temperature since January 1, HI degrees. Acumulated excess in rainfall since Januarv 1. .23 inch. U N. JESUNOFSKY. Section Director. HOUR AT HANI) MR BUCKEYE EXCURSION The Business Hustlers and Pleasure Seekers Have Been Burning the Road Up Per Mc-.;rs. Before half the people of Phoenix get interested in their morning Repub lican over thirty automobiles will be on the way to Buckeye carrying some thing over a hundred Pheonix people who will participate in the big barbe cue today. Carriages with half as many left yesterday afternoon and wore supimsed to have arrived them last evening. The slogan today is "On to Buckeye.'' and befoie it.-; echo dies away there wili be hmulivds gathered at the big least. The Buckeye people themselves will all assemble to greet the visitors so a good size,! gathering is ass'itvd. Before the leaving of the carriages yesterday ait.rm-on w. K. Blaekiner was telephoned to anil asked if the Buckeye pwple could accommodate so many for the. night. He replied that all Phoenix had to do was to send the people. Buckeye would take care of them even if the home folks and home builders had to sleep in the haymow or the corral. Incidentally Mr. Black er was told that he need not come fur ther toward Phoenix in the capacity of escort, than til" A.T.ta Fria crossing unless he wanted to. All the Phoenix chauffeurs know the toad that far and Lower Prices Every Day some Goods are getting Cheaper and we ' always lead in this line Fresh Ranch Eggs..15c fit Taitf Cfnrtlf Pnnrtti K Ends per lb 10c Best Eastern Hani ...13c lb. pure Eastern Lard : 40c f lb. pure Eastern Lard 70c 10 lb. pure Eastern Lard $1.35 SPUDS SPUDS We have just received a car load of fancy Oregon Spuds which we place on sale by the sack per cwt $1.75 Come and see them and you'll buy Verily Verily, More and More. It pays to trade at Tilt ELECTRIC BOAF CO. SCARED CONGRESSMEN At Least, According to One's Private Secretary, it Threatened Them. . I Exlra Special III Ttttinnniw ' inutuuAi, FRIDAY and SATURDAY. Moos Cash Store Of Local Interest Washington. April 2. That an at- j i torney for the Rleetrie Pont company j was pressing, or "hearing down" upon j memhers of congress in reference to ; submarine boat I egislation. was the I charge mud.- today liefore the secial '. committee of the house Investigating ! the charges against the Electric Boat j Company. The. charge was made liy Frank L. Rdinliorough of fiay City, ! Michigan, a state senator and former I private secretary, to Congressman; l.ouO of that state and a member of i the house committee on naval affairs, i Kdinborongh testified that the a i torney in question was A. lordon. ; and that the member of congress whom he was pressing was I.oud. Kd j inhorough was nut a willing witness, i At first he refused to answer certain 1 questions on the ground that they were I confident ial, owing to the t'.iet that he had been private secretary to Mr. .ond. hut Mr. lynid released h'm from sin li obligations, and lie then told his story. Kdinborongh produced an anonv moiis letter which he said he received a; Hay City Keb. 17 from Washington. Mating that l.oiul voted for the $41. 41ii graft in the naval committee. There was a story in eirviilal inn that tin Holland people had secured a prominent attorney to become a can didate for congress against Loud: and tluct Loud had finally agreed to vote for the submarine bill on the condition that the attorney withdraw as a can didate. I.illey made a statement correcting a part of the testimony given yester day before the committee of the house by l-'ranklin Taylor of Waterbury. Conn, in his statement .Mr. I.illey re ferred especially to Taylor's announce ment concerning the possible result of the committee's inquiry. On that point, he said: "Taylor stated that he I heard me say at the Waterbury Club, j before about a dozen gentlemen that I j expected an adverse report from the committee, and that I would go on the floor of the house and tell all 1 know about submarines. ISis testimony dif fers only in the following particular: While taking lunch at the Waterbury Club someone present asked me what would happen if the committee report ed adversely. It was at that moment. as I remember. Miat Taylor entered the room and he heard only my re ply which was, that in the event of an adverse report I would still have the privilege of making an argument on the floor of the house and present my side of the case." Dorris-Heyinan Furnitrre Co. Arizona's j .i.Iini; Kimst Kurn- 10 PER CENT GASH DISCOUNT Our A NEW BUSINESS LOCATION. The firm of Taylor & Berryman today will move into tin- offices lately occu pied by the real estate firm of Bark & Iturnett. Judge ISurnett will continue to occupy his private office in the 11 ar. A PRESCOTT SPECIAL EDITION. The Arizona Daily Journal-Miner of IrcHcott lias Jut given to the world a special number under the title "In- -tdustrial and Mining Kditlon" f.r I'res- WINTER TERM NOW OPENING AT ARIZONA SCHOOL OF MUSIC Superior Advantages in all branches of MUSIC, PHYSICAL CULTURE, ELOCUTION AND LANGUAGES. WRITE FOR CATALOGUE. MRS. SHIRLEY CHRISTY, Director. JUST RECEIVED A Car of Bain Heavy Wagons Also a ear of DEAL SPRING WAGONS AND BUGGIES. A new bale of Navajo Blankets which wc are selling cheap. Trunks. Suit Cases, everything in leather. A full stock of hand made harness. ' Coliings Vehicle and Harness Co. East Adami St, next door to Adams Hotel. fiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiji I NAVAJO I j Blankets and Silverware, Braid- E i r ed Hair Hat Bands. s Crasville No. 3924 I! ARIZONA SADDLERY CO. 5 45 N. Center, Phoenix Ijiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiuuiimiiiiii The noted French coach stallion will make the season 1908 at Cowboy Cor ral, Five Points, Phoenix. Arizona. For terms, etc., apply at 9 West Ad ams street or at corraL ITI Saalb.ra Califoiaia) MS liran-t Ave. Lis Angeles J.w. Lackey Mgr Mr. Biackmer will meet them there this morning and pilot the lead auto mobile limin through the farm land oxer tbe route if travel selected. Two larg- public conveyances left the board of trade n.1111 yesterday aft ernoon early. carr ing twenty-five poo pie. Six private con ve anc--s wer' also nported as 'hitting the grit' with eighteen people on board. Mow manv slipped away quietly without saying nn thing, nobody knows. Thirty ma chines were registered up to late yes terday atternoon as bein-j in readiness for travel and 1'iT, names were on th,' j list assigned to passage in them. There J were at least four large cars et to to hear from and it is hoped they will also be ready to join tbe procession I this morning. The auto trip was the m-st desiable for many because it re- , quires less time to make it and the excursion has overtaxed the auto equipment of the city. That is . had there be n tuice as niaiiy automobiles available for this event. I lu re is no doubt they could all ha- been filled. (if the feast today It is u.-el.-ss to make further mention now. It is too late for anybody else to g i and the bulletins from the front will soon be- : gin to come in. It is expected that li'ivcrnor Kibbey will be one of the j excursionists and will set the pace in (the s-ecli:naking which will consume an hour or so after the bariiecue. Scv j era! others among the visitors are usieu lor speecnes anil me KucKeye people have hail their orators in train ing for two weeks so the flow of elo quence should be as notable in those parts today, as the flow ol irrigation water which has made Buckeye famous. DESTROYER DIVIDED It Was Cut in Two in the Night in the English Channel orismoiun. i-.ng. April I. A wire less message received here slates that during the night maneuvers in the channel, the cruiser Berwick ran town the torpedo boat destroyer Tiger. The Tiger was cut in half and speedily sank. Boats from the Ber wick and the cruiser Cladiator picked Up twenty-two men. one of wl.oln died later, from his injuries. It is believ ed that the crew of the Tiger con sisted of forty-five men and that all the others were drowned. o WRESTLING MATCH TONIGHT. Chicago. April 2. With the selection of Edward W. Smith, sporting editor of a iocal newspaper, us referee, ar rangements for the world's champion ship wrestling match here tomorrow night between George Hackenschmidt and Frank Gotch were nracticallv completed todav. o Send a copy of the Homese- ker's edition of The Republican to a friend back east. The postage is only two cents. rott and Yavapai county. The Hepub I'can. proud of its own recent achive 1'ient in a similar line, pauses long enough to acknowledge the worthiness f the Ji:urnnl-Minor s effort and to remark that it is a luds cerditable work and an undertaking that camiot fail to do Yavapai county a vast iinount of good. It is more seeifiea! ly devoted to mining, for mining is the chief industry of that countv. though it also pays very proper attention to the comiU"icial interests and nicely ci vers tlv subjects of stock raising and such agricultural resources as the county boasts of. While th-se are mostly small valleys, they are as good as anybody's land for the particular crops that can be grown there. The numbeY is printed on good book paper ami is issued in magazine form with ellow covers. The illustrations' are profuse and show pictures of many I'reseott scenes and most of th larger mining and reduction plants. The Humboldt stuctter is given prominence, as al-o are the congress and Jerome plants and mines. Iozi lis of other mines are shown both in picture and in text and the cirefnl reader cannot fail to have a jroMT appreciation of the present greatness of Yavapai countv and 'or industries, a"u a still larger idea of her future possibilities. ENGINEERS' BANQUET Phoenix association No. 1 of the National Asso ciation of Stationary Kngineers had one of the most successful meetings of the year last night. A large attend ance was present and some very im portant questions were discussed. The local members have awakened to the fact that there is something to be gained by attending the meetings. The association was organized three years I ago ami mere is another one now or- Kauizcii in i uuon wniie state Iw'puty John I). Smith will leave for Tucson tonight, for the purpose of organizing an association there. He experts to go from there to Hisbee on a similar mission. Hisbee now has eighty engi neers ready to join and promises shortly to have the largest association in the territroy. Arizona is stronger than many of the states. The national convention will he held in Denver next September and it is the desire of the Arizona members to bring it still fur ther west next year. The national or ganization is composed of 4.10 associa tions and has a membership of L'O.out). It was one of the N. A. S. E. men who recently secured the engineer's ap pointment in the Chicago postoffice where the examination is very strict. o Send a copy of the Homeseeker's edition of The Republican to a friend back east. The postage is only two cents. The ladies of the First M. F. church will have home cooked foods for sale in the church parlors, corner Second Ave. and Monroe St. Friday April 3, from 2:30 to 5 p. m. DISTINGUISHED PATIENT. Admiral Evans Begins Treatment at Paso Robles Springs. i Pasa Robles Hot Springs. Cal.. April 2. Rear Admiral Evans began treat ment today, being wheeled to the baths In a chair. He said this evening that he felt much refreshed. He nla fined to take the bath treatment every morn i:ig. spending the rest , of the day in the sun as much as possible. I -o CONFERENCE OF OFFICIALS. The Heads cf States and Territories and Others to Meet at the White House. !ndi;ina-.o!is. April . John Mitch- II. ex-president of the Cnited Mine Workers, is one of the five prominent Americans s. lecti d by President Fioosevelt to be special guests .It a big confe.-encc of state and territory gov ernors to be h"ld at Washington on May in. It will be the first meeting in the history of the country of feder al, state and territorial executives. The five special guests will be Grover Cleveland. W. J. Bryan. James J. Hill. Andrew Carnegie and John Mitchell. A RUSSIAN GRAFTER St. Petersburg. April 2. The Reichl publishes a vicious attack upon M. Pavloff. former Rusdan minister to Korea, licensing him of (xt-nsive fi nacial irregularities in connection with provisioning of Hurt Arthur and the evacuation of tat place by the Rus sians, it is alleged that he charged thi government almost double prices compared with the amount asked by private companies who later under took the work. WEATHER TODAY. Washington. April . l-Vr Arizona Fair Friday and Saturday. TEA There's plenty of hum bug: in tea; not one ounce in a ton Schilling's Best Kro.-er reSunM rem moncj il jm stal Spring xposition Of Children's Go-Carts Is On! Spring 1908 Designs NEVER BErCSE HAVE WE BEEN AELE TO SHOW AS MANY PRETTY DESIGNS IN THESE GOODS AS RIGHT NOW TWO OF THE LEADING MANUFACTURERS' LINES, REPRESENTING ALL THAT'S GOOD AND PRACTICAL IN FOLDING AND COLLAPSI BLE CO-CARTS. At 10 per cent Reduction for Cask Thursday, (today) Friday and Saturday Dorris-Heyman Furniture Company NOBLE BLOCK. NEW LOCATION. ADAMS AND FIRST ST. New Stockings in tan an! bUck lace are in. We ordered these last fall for oir Spriag trade, but as manufacturers wonld not cancel the order we had to accept them. Also a big lot of new OXFORDS which came ia under same conditions.- Buy your '. sum aier footwear from new goods at nearly your own 1 price. WE ARE SELLING OUT AND MEAN BUSINESS. - : THE ALIiKRE CO. 1 THE SHOE AND STOCKING STORE 27-29 EAST WASHINGTON STREET Phoenix, Arizona i 1 t t t The Good Fellowship of a Good Watch" I Yor m. ... . 1 Iml' si Thnre is something in the good fellowship of a good watch that is always flt by the ovvnnr that is, in words, hard to define. Ask your friend, who ha.s 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. Thepe are the kind of watches we sell, and it is only these kind that you become attached to. From J10 up. F. A. HILDERBRAN & CO., Jewelers SUCCESSORS TO GEO. H. COOK, 10-12 WEST WASHINGTON STREET, : : PHOENIX. ES For Red Ants IT KILLS THEM. YOU GET IT AT THE BEAR DRUG STORE Opposite City Hall. A FULL LINE OF 53i fa 41-1 Z1 JUST RECEIVED CALL AND SEE Pacific Gas and Electric Co, 130-132 West Washington St: Tour own common sense will say, after you give us a trial, to use STEAKS AND MEATS Because all our meats are carefully selected and we,- us, none but that we'll guarantee you fine, juicy, tender, healthful food. "PARTICULAR PEOPLE EAT STURGEON'S , MEAT." J. E. STURGEON & CO. INDEPENDENT MARKET Phons Main 297. v . 1-3 West Washington StresL 1 JJ.