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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY 3IOKMNC2, APRIL li, 1908.
About Garden op LflctL,HTEREST it i i .... v. nose aim Lawn Everybody knows who hat lived in Arizona very long that Rubber Hose lying in store from one season to an- other becomes worthless, climate renders it hard FLORENCE VTSITORS. Thomas K Weed in si nil V. Y. Price were business visitors in Phoenix yesterday. CHURCH TEA. The ladies of the Central M. K. rhurch will give a tea in the church parlors Thursday. ON BUSINESS TRIP. 11. Mueller, representing the Northern Assurance company of London, with headquarters at l.os Angeles, was a business visitor in the citv wt.Tilay. OPENING VAUDEVILLE. Thi ll pen Aid I Mine theater on Second ave nue opened its vaudeville last night and will have a weekly change of pen ding en what is known as the ! pie. Ih iiik en "The dry, hot I Alpha circuit. . .... LOS ANGELES VISITOR. G. I.. and brittle. , ..... .,.. j -illlliie alio lie 01 i.wn 1 1. r- ... Cur Rubber and Cotton Hose is all here o-: a. short visit. Mr. Mclnt.xre absolutely fresh and not a foot of, it general agent of the Continental ; Fire Insurance company of which Mur v.as carried over from last summer,!..,,.,, Ka.. ami v, are lm.4l r,.,iresen- ond the price is from $5.85 to $11.85 for j tatives. I SUKVfcY AKPKUVtu .Mineral sur- vey No. 2y... Pit sold lode mining ; claim, situated in the Vulture mining We also have the Keenkutter, Win- I ,;l(,trk.t- Maricopa county. Arizona, lias Lawn I been approved ly the Purveyor-general. 50 feet. ner Thomas and Run Easy Mowers from $5.85 to $17.50. Davidson's Cash Store 22-24 W. Wash. St., Phoenix, Arizona. Phone Mfcin 243. CARTWRIGHT ORGANIZED. The settlers In the vicinity of the Cart wrlght school house met last evening and , perfected nn organization . auxil iary, to the Aiiti-siiloon league, for the purpose of adding: their strength to the campaign for local option. They noiiointed committees on literature. the campaign work and raised a con tribution of X2 fo further, their plans. The sentiment in that section seems i to he very strongly in favor of prohi bition: GOING TO SONORA M. M. Hickey of Kelvin, formerly a dispenser of justice there, but now looking after the accumulation of predatory wealth left last night for Sonora where and W. W. Swingle and Charles ,McGee ifiive some promising mining claims, located in the Altar district. 135 miles from Santa Ana and JO miles from the tSulf. Mr. Hickey is very enthusiastic concerning the property, for which he was recentlv offered $6v.ihiu hut de clined to sell. Assays of ore taken from a four-foot ledge ran all the way from $6 to $J."iii per ton in gold. The property has been worked by Mexicans in a small way. who took ore out on burros, handling only the high er grades. The owners have received a concession from the Mexican gov ernment to work the mines. A couple of ladies who had been on a piujiic the day before yesterday, open ed negotiations bv telephone with the I board of supervisors for the sale of a They said that I they had discovered a nest of eight, meaning thereby, a litter of eight, and they wanted to know how they could realize on this treasure trove. The re plv of Clerk Thomas was laconic, but fully informative. "Skin 'em and j bring proof to his office." "Lo we , have to do that?" iuipiired one of the ladies. The clerk replied that was j what the statutes required; the board could not buy live coyotes and would i be stretching aioint to buy carcasses' of coyotes. Formal application for ' the bounty which would amount of $S. j has not yet been made. 3D. y A GOOD ARTIST .ash NEED NO LONGER ARMS? i ill, no: When you find it necessary to l:oal your paper, book, or work more than 13 inches from the eyes to get clear, comfortable vision you are doing your eyes an injury. Classes will relieve the strain and clear the vision. See us about them. DR.E.MUIMSON ARIZONA'S LEADING OPTICIAN LARSON'S ROBBER GOODS are made by one of the biggest rubber goods houses In America. They are the finest that skillful workmen can turn ou. They are made from fresh and strong new rubber stock. Every piece wears well and Is guaranteed tor one year. LARSON DRUG CO. N.W. Cor. Center and Wash. Sts. Phoenix, Ariz. This survey is claimed bv the New Vulture Mining company. AN EASTERN BUSINESS TRIP. juuge j. .m. Hurneii. win icae minor- l)t (f ,.,, -ote "scalps row on an eastern ousiness i'ip. ite will first go to Chicago and after that to New York. He will be abse-it about three weeks. n his return he w ill (pen a law office at No. in Fleming block. He is now moving out of his quarters in the post office block. RAILROAD OFFICIALS. F. i. High, general agent of the Alton and "lc-vt-r I.t.if. with headquarters at los Angeles, was lure yesterday on busi ness. C. P. liarrett, general western agent i f the Delaware. Lackawanna & Western, accompanied by his wife, ar rived in Phoenix yesti rday on a gener al westt-rn tour. His headquarters are at Chicago. HERE TO STAY Walter Well. Ion u ho ift tier, u collide of venrs azoi for New Mexico, alter considerable experience here as a horse trainer, re turned yesterday and proposes to re sume the same line of business. ft is a profession with him and he has been so engaged in New Mexico, hav ing good recommendations from those who have eniploved him. WOMAN'S CLUB. The spicial fea ture of the program of the Woman's I Club which meets at 2 : 1 ." today In the Presbyterian church, will be an ad dress by Mrs. A. J. Sampson on the customs ot tile people of Keuador. It will no doubt be very interesting as Mrs. Sampson will speak from person al observation and experiences. ha ing lived in Keuador for several vears. I W. C. T. U. MEETING. The Wo-j man's christian Temperance Cnion will hold a parlor meeting at the j home of Mrs. Custer, five and a halfj miles north on Black Canyon road, i Wednesday. The ladies will take pic- j nic luncheon. Those who have no conveyance of their own, may take the) 1: 0 Indian school car and they will be met with carriages at the Indian school. GOOD SHOWING ON CLARA. Harry Mitchell, a Los Angeles mining wan. formerly with the Green Cana Vea Copper company, aigJ T. J. Carri- gan. came down from tnv Clara mine" yesterday . bringing some specimens of ore. generously glittering with gold showings, anil some copper. It was; taken out at about 1&5 feet down. Mr. Mitchell left last night for Los Aflge-i can make a ten thousand dollar picture gf of a ten dollar man. Sjjsg A good engraver can ? 4 make a cut of a two dollar shoe look as well 212' as a seven dollar shoe, Jmj?- but he can't put the vilc into the shoe. " tell the story, but the shoe docs itsvn talkin". Look at tlx) Stetson Shoe and wear one pair and ff whole nest ofYhem.,- aIU'011'11 readi,.v see why so many people' pay Stetson ! prices ior oicison onoes. - Stetsons cost from $5. SO to $9.00 the pair. We have the . Victor and Edison Records for April ' Five new records (Victor) from the Merry Widow. Come and hear the new JiOo Victor Victrola the Horn and all moving pWts concelaed In a handsome mahogany cabinet. E. L. ANDREWS & SON, 9-11 East Washington Street. Phoenix, Arizona. Kodaks, Photo Goods, Stationery. Postals, Talking Machines,' Sport ing Goods. iStefexmfi?' . gil - 13 ' 1 19 Wc can't make the picture 'star: : 9 4rirtw- eJ .i "-o---t3i' ir i'- Srv .-rr - fl! 'f. ol:WJiV-&l'ISSK--l'i; J'iSK tS-. s T r'0"?- They Arrived! Our Spring Line of WALKOVER OXFORDS The from Newest Creations the , Center of Fashion, I les. II Kveryoiie who visits our place always agrees that we have the MOST COMPLETE BAKESHOP IN ARIZONA. We have the cleanest and most fcanilary workroom, and bake the best goods. We will.be glad to show you. HOME BAKING CO. MV J. PETTI D, Manager. CAVE CREEK STAGE. The shear-, ing season over at Cave Creek, the stage to that station has resumed thej tri-weekly schedule, which Mill be. continued except that beginning thin morning, the stage will run on a re- verse of the old schedule. Instead of; leaving here Mondays, Wednesdays! land Fridays, it will leave on Tuesdays. ; Thursday and Saturdays, the samej as the Jiuckeye stage, returning on thei alternate days. . CRITTENTON HOME. The prayer meeting at the Crittenton Home to-; i night at 7:30 will be led by B. T. OM-I ; lett. Iist night the Home was enter-! tajned by the King's Daughters of j i the First Baptist church. This soicety furnished the first bed for the Home and has recently refurnished it. ThCj meeting last night was rather a jubi-1 lation in honor of that fact. A very) interesting program was given by thei members present and light iefrefh- ' tnents were served afterward. ' EDWARD H. MIESZ DIES. Kd-j ! ward H. Miesz died yesterday morning a no the body was taken in charge by Moo:e and Mclellan. awaiting instruc-j lions from relatives' who reside in This season we boughtjieavier than ever before on the WaJk Ovcr lines. They are complete in every detail. AH the new laSts, new shapes and new toes, etc.. In pat. leather, tans, viei kid and kangaroo. Oxfords for all shapes for all the feet. occasions; THE PRICE IS $3.50 ' $4.00 $5.00 H. A. DIEHL Shoe Co. Easter Novelties The ELYEY& "HDLETT Service A new line of cards now on display. Some very pretty Imported designs. All kinds egg dyes, j cents package. And don't forget to buy a jar Cream of Flowers, ra cents, u mak you pret ty for Easter. V are the manufac turers of this and guarantee it pure. ' Phone Main 1. ELVEY & HULETT A . mail order if you can't come. PHONE US Don't You Want a HAMMOCK WE CAN SHOW YOU SOME NICE ONES Talbot & Hubbard's Hardware Store Home of Pure Drugs Here you find a high grade assortment of PERFUMES, TOILET WATERS; PALMER'S, COLGATE'S', WILLIAMS' and a full line of ROGER & GALLETT'S FRENCH GOODS. We can please you. z t t t 44 niitililiniiiii ttyi- i ni iiiimiiiu i THE ADAMS PHARMACY i IN HOTEL ADAMS. ANDREW H. MILLER, MGR. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALIST. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinKiiiiiiniimiiHimiiiiij, I EASTER, i is April 19 We have abig line of ; EASTER RABBITS. CHICKS, BASKETS, C and all kinds of S NOVELTIES. S S A good selection of EASTER BOOKLETS AND POST CARDS. K 'at 2 I CHAIN'S I STATIONARY AND I NEWS CO. 11-U N. Ctntar L iiini:!niii:i!iiiiiiiiuiHiiiii:iK:iii(iii. firm rlf linn rf Rn crcrv I the teair.s but no answer has been : Tops for summer weatn- ghn to the proposal. ;iendaies LOOK US OVr TOT' rt,,K,n ,s unknown. Put like tlorence Harness and- Saddlery The Crescent 9 (3 The Phoenix HI n 2k T if O0 OS ii Jewelry Store Jewelry Store Goods of every descrip tion. N. PORTER 8ADDLE AND HARNESS CO. 8PURS AND BIT8. 40 Wcat Washington St. Tstephone Rsd 131. Olivet Brand Olive Oil LARGE SIZE 81.25 MEDIUM SIZE 65 SMALL SIZE 33 "j GALLON SIZE S2.S5 gal. tins or bot . tles .: $4.25 olivet brand olives QUARTS 50d Munger Bros. Company. NEVADA VISITORS. Hon. William Mawinee. Ohio. The deceased came .McMillan, a prominent minins man of here about a year aeo. He came to Keno. Xev.. arrived in I'hwnix a few Fhienix for the first time about six', days ao accompanied by his wte. years ago and remained some time. Mrs. McMillan is a cousin of Mrs. J. but returned to Chicago and later. J A. Marshall, whose jrucsts the Mc.Mi! went to Uos Angeles and engaged injl ms will be during their stay In I'h.n business there. Failing health brought nix. Mr. McMillan has just returned him back to this city. He had a largejfrom .Mexico. He and his wife have number of friends here and was al-; recently made an extended tour of the eastern slat' s, also Canada and Nova Scotia, and still they are free to admit LOOKING UP PLAYERS. Some of tle nu'iiagcrx of the ball teams in the city league were busy yesterday look ing up i-Iuyers. Practically a full quo- j ta of men has already been signed, j though one or two more could lie used. I The executive committee which meets today at 4 p. 111. at A. V. (Jaipin's 1 store will receive the reports of the: managers. Considerable rivalry is manifested between the teams of the two lodges, and some friction which will serve to arouse some spirit in the contests hus been apparent. Gormley will probably be selected to umpire all the games. Glendale has oraugized and wants a chance to try with one of might prove a fooler. LAST BIG PRODUCTION. Mana ger Paul Renau Ingles announces that the last big play of the season will be the "Man on the Box." which will be played here on April 4. Tibs famous novel by Harold McGrath. was drama tized by Grace Kumiss and the drama tization retains all the best of the plot and the humorous features. The play ran 3Uii nights in New York City. Max Kigman stars in the principal role and there are IS other good performers in j the cast of the company which will ap pear here. If a sufficient interest is taken on the south side, an excursion will be run on the M. & P. from Mesa and Tempe. Though N the company originally wanted the price' placed al J2. the matter was arranged so that the popular price $1..10, for the choice seats, will be charged and at this fig ure Mr. Ingles confidently expects a full house not only because it is the last play of note till next winter, bu because' it is a rattling good coined Easter Will Soon Be Here 1 Now is the Time to Select Appro priate Gifts. We Have Them. 1 Berrytiill's 'Big Book 'Store The Thirsty Man's Retreat Welch's Grape Juice Pint buttle 30 C Quart bottle 55C Fresh STRAWBERRIES, daily, per box 15 Searchlight Matches, per box 3J Tou always do best at Vetzler's Grocery Phone Black S81. 35 W. Wash. St. tena a copy or mo Homeseeker s edition of The Republican to a friend" back east. The postage is onlv two cents for the 24 pages of special mat Vr, or three cents for the entire issue. wajs disposed to look on the cheerful side even to the latter days of his ill ness. He was able to be down town j as late as the night previous to his death. Tea and Easter sale, cooked foods and pillows. Baptist church Friday afternoon. A Lot ol Second Hand pypewriter For Sale McNEIL CO. PRINTERS 128-128 W. Washington St. Th PEOPLE with thm GOODS oppomli9 Court Nouti that the Salt river valley offers ail- 1 vantages and inducements to the busi- J Itess man and to the homeseeker that i ar? not excelled bv any state in the ! :ini n. Mr.. McMillan and wile expect to remain in Phoenix a couple of ! weeks, returning in time to see thej fleet before going home to Nevada. 1 Y. M. C. A. BUILDING. The build-I ing committee of the V. M. C. A. on j Saturday opened the bids submitted forithe construction of the Y. M. C. A. ' building and referred them to the hoard of directors which held a long session yesterday afternoon. Nothing has been given out for publication concerning thV bids, not even the amounts of thm and will not be for a day or two at least. The directors In conference yesterday decided to refer them to a general meeting of the di rectors, building committee, and ad visory board, and Architect Trost, to be calied by the -chairman a"s soon a-s Mr. Trost returns from Tucson which will be cither today or tomorrow. Send a copy of the Homesceker's edition of The Republican to a friend back east. The postage is only two cents for the 24 pages of special mat ter, of three cents for the entire Issue. WHO HIT CANNING? A mystery that will probably never be solved. But wb hit the Lumber Trust In the neck is no longer a se cret. Read the Buckeye Lumber Co.s' ad this week. READY FOR SERVICE CLOTHING . FOR PARTICULAR MEN THE CHARACTER OF THE FABRICS THE CHARACTER OF THE MAKING THE ABSOLUTE CERTAINTY OF FIT THE GREATEST VARIETY ARE OUR PASSPORTS TO THE PARTICU LAR MAN'S CONSIDERATION. YOU CANNOT HAVE ANY BETTER CLOTHES MADE THAN WE CAN SERVE YOU FROM OUR READY-TO-WEAR STOCK. YOU CAN CHOOSE FROM AS LARGE LINE OF PATTERNS IN MANY STYLES AND YOU KNOW YOU ARE VIEWING THE CHOICEST PRODUCTION OF THE SEASON. The McDougalf & Cassou Co. Clothing, Shoes, Hats And Mens' Furnishings. Sponges Sponges Sponges Ranchers We Want more milk or cream, Best Prices at Ttia Maricopa Creamery Co. Phone Main 187 i . .. I CLOSING OUT AT 25c AND WE THOUGHT WE HAD A NAVY. I ' f l.-(t1..uTiit.u ut-a rti.fr flora" Snys Mr. Henry Reuterdahl; "Our gunners never could shoot straight; We might as well have none at all i . . 'Their aoior is too light and low, , Their turrets death-traps only; . Some day they'll all to fragments blow I And leave us sad and lonely." And should they ever chance to meet Some real anil In battle. .Why Henry says our poor old fleet Would run like frightened cattle. THIS LOT MUST GO. OUR LOSS YOUR GAIN. SEE OUR WEST WINDOW. THE BEAR DRUG STORE Oppo.it. City Halt. 1 But say. Hen, what strange cause took hence That erstwhile Spanish nation? Was It the hand of Providence, , Or was it gravitation? : O Henry, go and soak your head. And then go buy a book jj Entitled "U. S. History." And o'er Us glorious pages look. But even Henry Reuterdahl 1 1 wouia e entirety satisfied, And others just as critical, i With milk and cream from the Val- I ley Pride. i By th Valley Pride Poet. Send a line, and a Box of Donofrio'a Cactus Candy, A. a souvenir of Arizona and an Eas ter remembrance.