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Auto Goggle's We handle only imported goggles, and buy direct from the importers in New York City. We are showing now some of the latest importations in curved glass, four-glass and Fournier styles, at $1.25. $1.50, $2.00, $2.25 and $2.50. Cases. 15c and 25c. We have amber and smoked glass in several styles, protecting the eyes from the glare of the sun. See display of these goods Jn our south window. We have . some very pretty patterns in ladles collapsible goggles. Prices are as low as the same goods can be bought for in New York. PINNEY a ROBINSON THE GUN STORE 40 NORTH CENTER STREET, PHOENIX, ARIZ. Bead for tree Gam Law card. x Established 1117. Walch for Announcement of Special Easter Discounts on Ostrich Feather Goods In the Program of "THE MESSIAH" Tuesday Evening. WE HAVE IT ALL. DON'T MISS THE BARGAINS. Arizona Ostrich Farm PHOENIX, ARIZONA. Cor. Adams and 1st Sta. Opp. New Noble Bldg. 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. An Un regrettable Purchase IS THE "TOURIST" SIMPLE DISTINCTIVE PERFECT The "Tourist" is not a fad machine, a luxury or a racer. It is an every-' day utility the most perfect means of conveyance ever perfected a sure, safe, year-in and year-out indispensability for the business man for every body who wants automobile comfort at reasonable cost. Tourist." 40-45 H. P., S2.750. Tourist." 22-24 H. P.. S1.400. PHOENIX AUTO COMPANY. ARTHUR AINSWORTH, Manager. Phone M. 145. MAILLARD S CHOCOLATES NEW YORK CITY We ask you to compare these with any 60c or 80c chocolates. MAILLARD S Chocolates, large variety, with filling of the finest texture, 50 I,pr round. MAILLARD'S French assorted Chocolates and Bon Bons, 25. We have about a hundred other kinds equally pood. PHOENIX BAKERY AND CONECTIONERY, I EDWARD EISELE, Wholesale. Established 1881. Retail. DO YOU KNOW THAT LUMBER IS CHEAPER IN PHOENIX THAN ANY OTER TOWN IN ARIZONA. The Buckeye Lumber Co. made this price. They are the only yards that are not in a combination tO( keep up" prices. Our policy is Live and lt Live; A Fair Profit and More Homes in Phoenix. WE SELL LUMBER, DOORS, WINDOWS, BUILDING HARD WARE, CORRUGATED IRON, AND WOVEN FENCING.' - Plaining Mill in Connection. Buckeye Lumber Co., 5-Points 8ANTA FE TIME TABLE. PHOENIX CITY TIMBL Leave. ArrlTe. "The Diamond Jo," for Hot Springs Junction, Wlcken burg, Prescott and branch . points, Jerome, Ash Fork, Los Angeles. S&n Fran cisco and all points west 2:00 a.m. 1:11 sm. "The Daylight Express," for Hot Springs Junction (Castle Hot Springs), ' Wlckeaburg, 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. 4 C Ry. ' or Poland branch Sun days. THE " WEATHER. Local Daily Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. Forecast for today Fair. 6:30 5:30 a. m. p. m. Barometer, inches ..T Temperature, degrees Dew point. degrees .. Humidity, per cent . . Wind, direction Wind, velocity, miles Weather Special 4Rt II Weather ....29.92 29.77 ..56 K ...38 34 ...51 IS ...XK SV ... 2 4 Clear Clear Clear Pt Cldy j Mean daily humidity 34 Mean daily temperature 72 J Highest temperature . .' 90! lowest temperature 54 Total daily rainfall 0 Accumulated excess in temperature since January 1. 122 degrees. Accumulated excess in rainfall since January 1, 0.i Inch. , L. N. JESL'NOFSKT. Section Diicctor. WESTERN MINING AND COTTON. Close April 13, 1908. Keweenaw 4 Osceola S2'i Warren 3 "4 American 3 "4 Denn 3Vfc Helvetia 3 V& Quincy sr. Rang? Sup. and Pitts , 12 Granby 92 Xipissing 6',s Wol. and Arizona 1V Greene Can Sti C. G. S . 3", Bingham '.! Utah Cons 3S'4 Old Dom 33U North Butt- 51 Cal. and Arizona 91" Butte Coal 19"8 Shattuck 13Vi Arizona Com'l Shannon 11 'J Globe Cons S'J B. Mountain 5 "4 t'uiiib. Ely, SVt Hancock 6H Giroux r JU National 60 Sup. and Boston 4s Butte Arizona . .3j Davis Ialy 2' peoia 1 lb. pkg. coffee 15 2 cans best hominy 25J 1 can best table plums . ..-15 Best Oregon potatoes, per cwt S1.75 Best standard tomatoes, per can 10 Best standard corn, can.. JO, I 3 cans soup 25 Best Kastern ham 132 Best Eastern bacon . .?. ..-1 3 lbs. Leaf lard . . 40 5 lbs. Leaf lard 70t 10 lbs. Leaf lard S1.35 Welch's Grape Juice 30 WATER USERS' VOTE OFFICIALLY GIVEN Board of Governors and Canvassed It Met Yesterday The board of governors of the Wa ter Users' association held a meetftig yesterday for the purpose of canvass ing the vote cast last Tuesday for new officers! In the vol for president it was found that B. A. Fowler had two opposing candidates for president, though neither of them made any ef fort to be elected and merely accepted the complimentary vote of their friends. - The total number of votes cast was 10,990. Mr. Fowler received 10.403 of them. "Bill Taft"- received 160, and Dr. E. V. Wilbur. 38. For vice-president George D. Christy received 1IM44 votes and Dr. A. J. Chandler 807 votes. The following named were elected to the offices of governor and council man respectively. In the ten districts: First Ralph Murphy and Dr. J. W. Foss. ' Second Jhn P. Orme and Wilky. Third If. J. McClifng and W. Mann. Fourth Elliot Evans and W. H. Kay. Fifth F. H. Parker and M. IX Xov inger. Sixth E. J. Bennitt and George Al klre. Seventh George 31. Halm ami Wil liam creighton. Eighth C. A. Savior and A. A. Wood. Ninth Charles Peterson and D. P. Jones. Tenth W. W. Dobson and J L. An derson. In all cases except two members of the board of governors and three members of the council, the men nameVi were lr reelection. The ex ceptions were H. J. McClung and F. H. Parker on the board and M. D. Novin ger. George Alkire and A. A. Wood in the council. W. 11. H. Cash and cash only. Kee i s I THE MINOR OFFICES OF NEW MINISTRY Cash Store 1274: V. S. Steel. Preferred, 98 U.- 33 Steel GRAIN. Chicago. April 3. Wheat rinsed weak. May opened 'i ' 4c higher. '.12 to 92:S,c: sold at 92Tc declined to 2Vc: closed at 91 c. Corn was strong. May. selling nt ;xc. new high mark for season. The close was easv. May opened un changed, at 67TnS'6Kc. advamed pto ;8c, declined to (iTc. and closed at il7Tc. i May oats npene.1 i,,e higher. ."i24C. sold up to i-lc. declined to r3'-jc where it closed. Cotton. May. $9.02: July, $9.6: Oct., $9.03; Dec, ?9.0O. I. T. HOSEY. Broker. MONT ANDERSON, Prop. Phone Black 401. THE MARKET HEAVY AND PROFESSIONAL Stocks in a Rut From Which No One is Inclined to Lift Them. Collings Vehicle and Harness Co. Is receiving new goods daily. Stiver. Union City and Dut Buggies. Bain and Turnbull heavy Wagons. A big stock-of light and heavy Spring Wagons. , We manufacture all of our Harness and carry a big stock to se lect from. Trunks. Suit Cases artd everything in leather goods. Na vajo Blankets in all sizes. We do all kinds of upholstering of Furni ture and Buggies. i Collings Vehicle and Harness Co. East Adams St, next door to Adams Hotel. - i Crasville No. 3924 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. Ta. SatkraCallClr).i 614 B.Urani Ave. Los Angeles J.W. Lackey; Mgr Standard Furniture Co.' i A. L. MOORE, Manager. Successor to Hassle. Open for business with a com plete line of new and second hand Furniture and Household Goods. Phone 35L 82-S4 W. Wash. St New York. April 13. Wallj street to day pave further evidences of restric tion within professional limits and fell into a dull rut in which little sig nificance was attached to sluggish fluctuations in prices. The tone was heavy. An unofficial announcement was made that the Xew York selling agency of the principal copper pro ducers, had marked down the selling price of copper, thus conforming to last week's successive reductions In the I.oniU n market and the New York ex change. For this reason Amalgamated Copper was a leader in the eariy down ward movement. Sharp advances in a group of stocks known as specialties, were without influence in the general list. Bonds were steady. STOCKS. VAmalga mated Copier. 57: Ameri can Smelting. 69; Atchison. 76: St. Paul. 117',.: New York Central. 97: Pennsylvania. 117U: Reading, 104; Southern Pacific. 73U: Utilorf Pacific. TEA Tea is not infallible; m(nfyback mak'es amends. We are not, in the least, uneasy about the money. Tour trocar reform reer mnnej if yea doal llu Schiillsf 's But: par hia. Ladies' White Suits Only our best ironers touch them, and every piece inspected. You ' can ttll our work by it's eicellence. Arizona Laundry White Wagons METALS. New York, April 13. There was ciiiite a sharp break in London tin to day, spot 14 1.1s; futures. H lis. The l.xal market was easv and lower in ems ouence, ranging front S.ll.lZU to $31.50. Copper advanced 5s in the Iximlon market, spot .18; futures ..18 10s. Ixcally it was weak and unchanged, f 12.75'd IJ.tiT1. for lake; electrolytic. $12.6:!Vifi 12.75; casting, $13,374 t 13.10. Lead was unchanged at "C13 lis in the London market," and $3.Jl'i 4.m lo cally. Spelter was unchanged at 21 .Is In the Knglish market, and was easy ami a shade lower locally. $4.60"'u-4.fir. " Iron was lower, standard foundry, .".os 3d and Cleveland warrants .lis M in I.ondon. Locally It was unchanged. Silver. 54; Mexicans. 47. o - GOVERNOR JOHNSON MEETS KENTUCKIANS He Was the Principal Speaker at the Louisville Jefferson Day Banquet. Louisville. April 13 Governor John- sou of Minnesota, was given a formal introduction to the democrats of Ken tucky at a banquet of the Jefferson League club tonight, at which he de livered the principal address. The welcome accorded him was enthusiast tic. Sou diners sitting down to the ta bles at the Selbach hotel roof garden while the remainder' of the garden was filled with auditors at the time the speaking began. A number of Kentucky democratic leaders were present although the pronounced political flavor was miti gated somewhat by the presence of Governor Willson. Kentucky's repub lican executive, and a party of friends. (overnor Willson journeytd from Frankfort to hieet Governor Johnson, and it was he who delivered the ad dress of welcome and Introduced his fellow executive. ' ' - Governor Johnson's speech, which was brief, touched upon democratic principles and the development of the Jeffersonian doctrine by the present day needs. Premier Aiquith Completes The Or ganization of the Government. London, April 13. Premier Asiuith today completed the reorganization of his ministry as follows: F. C. F. H. Hobhofjse, the present parliamentary secretary for the Indian office, be comes financial secretary of the treas ury. T. J. McNamara. now parliamentary secretary to the ltnal government board, becomes parliamentary secre tary for the admiralty. F. G. Mastinan. liberal member of )arliament for Westham. becomes liarliamentary secretary for the local government board. Thomas McKinnon Wood, liberal member of parliament for Glasgow, be comes parliamentary secretary of the board of trade. Mnriiis Ripon remains lord of the Privy Seal, but by the request of Earl Crewe, lord president of the council, he will be the leader of the House of Lords. o PENNSYLVANIA POLITICS New Location " Noble Blk orris IUI n epan Furniture Co. Arizona's Leading House Furnishers. Make Your Hot Porch Cool: 'She can ee him, but he can't ee her" P0RCH SHADES VUDOR PORCH SHADES will do that very thing : make an other room, cool and shady, where you may eijjoy every re freshing breeze in secluded com- ' fort. y VUDOR PORCH SHADES are very durable and will last many seasons, are artistically stained in soft, pleasing colors, and are in every way superior to all others. Prices Range from $3,25 to $7.50 We will also manufacture to order drops, awnings, canopies, etc. everything desirable in canvas Doms-Heyman Furniture Company NOBLE BLOCK. ADAMS AND FIRST ST. Penrose Appears to Have Captured the Assembly. The Big Closing Out, Sale on J 'hoes I and ' fookmgs j Still Continues. I Pittsburg. Pa. April 13. Cnofficial results of Saturday's primaries Indi cate that a majority of the regular republican candidates are nominated. Now that the leaders of both factions are eliminated the younger leaders are discussing harmony. AH the ten western Pennsylvania congressmen were renominated . except Acheson. Penrose will be supported for re election by practically ail the assem bly candidates. THE ALKIRE CO. A 8KIN OF BEAUTY IS A JOY r FOREVER. WHERE ARMS MAY BE SENT Washington. April 13. At the re quest of the Mexican government the postmaster general has issued an or der that the order prohibiting the Im portation of arms and ammunition into the states of Tobasco and Chin ipas be revoked, and that the impor tation Into the states of Sonora and Sinaloa and. the territory of Lower California of arms and ammunition, be prohibited. The Mexican govern ment ffiveH no reason for thf rhunva R. T.'Falix G"uraud's Oriental Cream or Magic, Beautifiar. R.i'.nm Tan. rimpl. FrpcMeii, Jl.lh rlctw. Ruii, uid Skin I)iArae ua every Diemi!! od beauty, mud tie In drlectlro. It bju stood the tent of 6T years, and is so hsrmless we taste it lobe sure It Is properly mad Acopl no counter feit of similar name. Dr. L. A. Savr. said to a lady of to. Wart tn (a patient ) : As you ladies viU uas them I recommend 'Gaaramd'ai fewum as the least harmful of all the skin preparations." Kw sale ny all drneyiftts and Fancy. uoods Di alers in the United sutea, Canada and Europe. 03.T.IOTKS. Prca. 37 Grrai Jvn SM. If Tod n v FOOTWEAR EXCLUSIVELY. 27-29 EAST WASHINGTON STREET Phoenix, Arizona 4 MHHMH,,;-H-:xH--x PROSPECTORS FARMERS ' MINERS Get the best staple groceries at the lowest prices. We have a large and well assorted tock of. groceries that's why our store Is so busy all the time. The finest TEAS and COF FEES. Buy Griebel's Groceries. FRANK GRIEBEl'S ITI-220 W. Washington St. Phone 43 . This is the Month for Diamonds Aoril is the mouth for the most beautiful of all precious stones Diamonds. Every one admires them and nearly all are ambitPttis to possess one. No doubt more would wear them could they understand that there is no other article on earth, except gold bullion, that is as sure, safe and as honest an investment. These two things are the only items wc know of whose value was not depreciated by the recent linancial stringency. ( Take them as an investment; take them as a savings they are better securities and more negotiable than any known substance ex cept gold. We buy only Diamonds of highest quality and pass them along to our patrons with only a modest profit added. F. A. HILDERBRAN & CO., Jewelers SUCCESSORS TO GEO. H. COOK, 10-12 WEST WASHINGTON STREET, : - : PHOENIX. I $2,500 Buys a Nice Clean Businese Best location in Phoenix. Doing good business. Good reasons for sell ing. Investigate this? Address P. O. Box 446. A FULL LINE OF GAS' RANGES - JUST RECEIVED CALL AND SEE Pacific Gas and Electric Co. 130-132 West Washington St. A CLOSE SHAVE It la impossible to keep a perfect shav Ing edge on any razor blade without stropping. Come In and let me show you the only automatic stropper for Gillette Blades. ' . a; w. (Salpin 26 East Washington. Sporting Goods.