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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN SUNDAY MORXIXft, APRIL 2C, 1008. nf u "World" bicycle what wheel h"' has ever owned gave him the best sat isfaction, and cost the least for r'nirs. and he will tell you the World." The bicycle is now used mostly for convenience In traveling short dis tances; hicveles are a "commodity." ami ;ts such cost much less than a dozen years nsu. when they were luN urii'S. We know the "World" wheels we are selling tvliiv for S:l! to f-4 t are as good or better titan the wheels of tin' same make we sold in lSHV. We have men's, women's and iuen-il.-s. Sur--. we do bicycle repairing. 8ANTA FE TIME TABLE. PHOENIX CITY TIMS. 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. 2:35 a.m. "The Daylight Express," for Hot Springs Junction i- (Castle Hot Springs). Wickenburg, A. & C branch points. Congress Junction, Prescott, Ash Fork, Denver, Kansas i City, Chicago and all ! points east 8:00 a.m. 4:10 p.m. i No trains on A. & C. Ity. I or l'olund branch Sundays. PINNEY (SL ROBINSON THE GUN STORE 40 NORTH CENTER STREET, PHOENIX, ARIZ. THE " WEATHER. Local Daily Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. STRENGTHENED TEAMS TO BATTLE TODAY A Double-Header and Southslde Ex cursion For City League. ' Rend for fre Gm Law crrd. Established 1M7 Hawk's Stand for Quality It is not commonly known by the general public that the Ameri cans lead all others in the art of cr.vtul cutting. Kvery piece of Hawki s Glass is a piece of art. not to Ik? compared with by domestic or foreign cutters it engravers. For wedding or anniversary presents there Is nothing more appre ciated than a piece of art or engraved glass. We carry a large as sortment of Hawk.'s Cut and Ki :raved Crystal, at prices that will compare favorably in price with glass of inferior intality. F. A. HILDERBRAN & CO., Jewelers Phone Red 1281. 10-12 West Washington Street 1 ' i I Forecast for today: Fair. I 6:30 6:30 I a. m p. m. j Ilarometer. inches 29.77 23.6C I Temperature, degrees Til 86 I Dew point, degrees 4'.' 32 ! Humidity, per cent 62 14 j Wind direction E W Wind velocity, miles 3 7 Hal trail, indies 0 0 WVather Clear Clrar' Mean daily humidity 3S Mean daily temperature 71 Highest temperature T4 Total daily rainfall 00 Accumulated excess In temperature since January 1, 14 degrees. Accumulated excess in rainfall since January 1. l.74 inch. I.. N. JKSFNOFSKT. Section Dliector. A SICK DOG HREE YEARS VACATION OF MR. H. C. SMITH can bo cured of all diseases if taken in time. I carry a complete line of remedies. P ig Biscuit. Collars. Chains?. Soa? and Combs. A. VV. GALPIN 21 East Washington. Sporting floods. Mr. H. C. Smith, Former Lumber Mag nate, in Phoenix Yesterday. DO YOU KNOW THAT LUMBER IS CHEAPER IN PHOENIX THAN ANY OTHER TOWN IN ARIZONA. The Buckeye Lumber Co. made this price, i They are the only yards that are not in a combination to keep up prices. Our policy is Live and Let 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 MONT ANDERSON, Prop, Phone Black 401. i I The Famous "Tourist." s t'T.5j Jpe'J tort- behind on order on 2 and 4 cyl- Tho.o wishing ,no:!el K must speak in stock and fac- PHOENIX AUTO COMPANY. ARUTHUR AINSWORTH. Manager. , PHONE M 145 Corner Fourth avenue and Washington Street. All Work Guaranteed. A FULL LINE OF GAS JUST RECEIVED CALL AND SEE Pacific Gas and Electric Co. 130-132 West Washington St. Among yesterday's arrivals from the south was Mr. Hiram C. Smith of San Francisco, who it is said has been en gaged in heavier mniDer transactions than any other man on the coast. Hut Mr. Smith has been paying little at tention to business for the last three years. He has been putting In the time in a tour of the world and Is now on his way home. He visited Medit erranean ports, important points in Europe and crossed to Sooth America, which he toured quite thoroughly, crossing the Amies into Chili. Hemm ing to New York he set out for Mex ico, where he has just spent several weeks. , He thinks that tin- southern republic is a mo.-t progressive country and Is ei.-l:iguish d from most others by the fact that the gov. rnment seldom makes a mistake. Kvery move made is for the betterment of the country and the effect of jt almost instantan eous. There is a great influx of American capital and merchandise into the re public, which in a few years has be come fine of the country's most valu able markets. Leaving Mexico Mr. Smith came di rectly to Arizona, stopping at Doug las. Tomb-tone and Silvcrbell to see the properties of the Development Company of America at the two last named places. He was impressed by the rapidity with which things were moving anil the arrangemf nts which hail been made for the handling of business. Another thing which im pressed him was the character of the men about the mines and smelters, all of whom seemed to take a personal interest in the affairs of the ronipany. II.- said that if the so-called hard times had affected the mining business of the country he had failed to observe any signs of the di uression at either Imperial or Tombstone. This is not the first visit of Mr. Smith to Phoenix. He was here last about seven years ago and he was giail to notice on his return the gr .;it changes or the better that had taken place since then. Mr. Smith left for the north this morning with the party of Mr. Murphy. With a considerably reinforced bat talion, the Orphans In white suits will go to war with the Fraternals bedeck ed with their many laurels of recent games won. this afternoon at iiastluke park. Hut this will not be the only game, for Olendale will take on the Maroons who will have a new catcher lo bolster up their lineup. Kach game will go for seven chapters and Oorm ley will bold the indicator. The en counter between the Frats and Or phans has been deferred in order to give the latter aggregation a chance to get in trim and their chances of making the game somewhat equalized. -o one cares to see a slaughter and it is no credit to the winning team and demoralizing to the victim. With this in view it is the purpose of the city league executive committee to pre serve the integrity and equality be- J tween the nines as far as possible. It is now thought that the three squads are well matched. Tebben, the hard hitting first sacker has Joined the Or- t phans. Hull has been working out . and will deliver the goods. Millet of Mesa, the fast outfielder, will also be seen in action on this nine today. Captain Lewis stated last night that the Orphans had purchased the Wood men white suits anil are going at it right. These new suits will be dis tributed at President Gulpin's store this mornine;. To the Fraternal bunch has been added Warner who is expected to help out the batting average with a timely bit. Vennuelen is slated to toss the game against the Orplians. Hoth line ups look good to the fan and it would be a hard matter to pick the probable winner of this game. That both nines are out for blood is certain and each has its supporters among the regulars who are found perched on the roost behind the screen. So this combat will have for its motto, an eye for an eye and a base hit for a blngle. Louie Oj tiros will be seen back in the pitch er's position today against the Heet Haters. He is said to be in finer form than last season. The game being only seven innings will make It some what easier on him. but Johnson showed some class last Sunday and is likely to hold the Maroons down to a respectable number of hits. Giving him the same support the Mexicans will have to play ball if they win. The outlook for a good series of games In the citv league is flattering. The batting order of the Orphans today is as follows: Vinson, third; Lewis. If.: Tebben. third; Magoffin, second: Cisney, short: Millett. cf.: Harter. catcher; Towers, first; Hull, p.; Peine. Volk and Heinze in re serve. Fraternals Warner, ss. ; Ru dolph, third: Williams, second; Sulli van: If.; Mullen or TVvis. rf.; Ver muelen. p: .Mitchell, first: livers, cf.; Morris, c. The line of the Maroons and (llendale will be the same as last Sunday with the exception of Quiros in the box, Congo to catch and Chnt nicut in the field. ? i I Dorris-Heyman Furniture Company 4 Arizona's Leading House Furnishers. 4 . i SOMETHING SEASONABLE 1 lb. pkg. roffee 15,r 2 cans best hominy 25J 1 can best table plums 15J Pest Oregon potatoes, per cwt SI. 75 Best standard tomatoes. per can X0 Rest standard corn. can..lO 3 cans soup 2o Best F.astcrn bacon 15 3 lbs. Iaf lard 1()C C lbs. Leaf lard 70t 10 lbs. Leaf lard SI. 35 H Welch's Orape Juice. 30 Cash and cash only. Ci68 S Cash Store i? t t T -. t x Jc :4- HODGES FIBRE FLOOR COVERINGS COOL, HYGIENIC, . DURABLE, hl E have just received a large ship ment of these popular room size rugs, and are offering the 9 by 12 size Fibre Maho Special NOBLE BLOCK NEW LOCATION ADAMS AND FIRST ST. i TALK ABOUT SLEEPING. Women are like men when it comes to bleeping. Plenty of restful sleep makes a man strong and vigorous, and it makes a woman happy and beau tiful. Hut both men and women can procure restful sleep by using Sexine I Pills. It Is well known that nervous ness pnd overwork prevent sleep. It is well -known that nervousness and overwork prevent sleep. It Is equally well known that Sexine Pills produce that delightful relaxation that folds one's tired limbs in Nature's arms while the unconscious body draws new life and vigor. Sexine Pills are the perfect tonic. They are guaranteed. They cost SI a box: six boxes with j full guarantee inclosed. Address or jcall on Elvey & Hulett, where they sell substitute. Fine sand was strewn on the ground in order to make as even m surface us liosMble. J.ico!ii.t was asked to seat himself at a table up. n which were a pencil and pa;.ir. The f..kir careful ly laid a pieie of wood upon the sand, and announced thnt h:ttver figure- Jacoiliot might draw on the paper the piece i f wood w ould transcribe re cisely upon tie- sand. The yogi strett hed out his hand, and the woodea piece immediately copied upon the sand the most omplicatd and iwist ul figures that Jacoiliot drew. When the Frenchman stopped writing, the piece of wood also came to a standstill. The fakir stood at a distance, against a wall, while Jacoiliot held the pa-r and i m il in such a way tli.it the In dian could not possibly see what lie was inscribing. Thomas Seltzer in Harper's Weekly. I Kokomo Woman $2,500 Buys a Nice Clean. Businese Pest location in Phoenix. Doing good business, flood reasons for sell ing. Investigate this. Address P. O. l!ox 446. 4- Genuine; Bargains in Ostrich Feather Goods at the Show Rooms of the Arizona Ostrich Farm 5" First Street and Adams. Opposite Noble Building. To Help Women Who Suffer. In the past few years Mrs. Cora B. Miller has spent $15."u0.ilil in giving medical treatment to afflicted women. Some time ago we announced in the columns of this paper that she would send free treatment to every woman who suffered from female diseases or piles. More than a million women have ac cepted this generous offer, and as Mrs. Miller is still receiving requests from thousands of women from a.l parts of the world, who have not yet used the remedy, she has d-cided to continue the offer for awhile longer, at least. This is the simple, mild and harm less preparation that has cured so many women in the privacy of their own homes after doctors and other remedies failed. It is especially prepared for the speedy and permanent cure of lcucor rhooa or whitish discharges, ulcera tion, displacements or falling of the womb, profuse, scanty or painful pe riods, uterine or ovarian tumors or growths; also pains in the head, back and bowels, bearing down feelings, nervousness, creeping feeling up the spine, melancholy, desire to cry, hot flashes, weariness and piles from any cause, or no matter of how long stand ing. Kvery woman sufferer, unable to find relief, who will write Mrs. Miller now without delay, will receive by mail free of charge, a ii(i-cent box of this simple home remedy, also a book with explanatory illustrations showing why women suffer and how they can easily cure themselves at home with out the aid of a physician. Oon't suffer another day. but write, at once to Mrs. Cora B. Miller. 56X7. Miller liuildlng. Kokomo, Indiana. I :: AMUSEMENTS j: The song recital to be given at the Arizona School of Music Tuesday ev ening. May Tth by the gifted soprano. Mrs. Amalia Schmidt Cobble, will be a great treat Mrs. Hobble is an art ist. She sings beautifully nd with perfect ease, she will be assisted by the well known and popular reader. May French Cooley. Tickets for the event are placed at the very reasona ble price of 50 cents in order that no one may miss hearing these talented ladies. THE MARVELS OF INDIAN MAGI CIANS. The American fakir is probably un aware that he can trace bis ancestry to a more ancient source than any royal family of Kurope or the Orient. Though the dictionaries derive our word "fakir" from the An-lo-S.ixon. and regard fakirdom as entirely independent of the ancient Asian in stitution. Dr. Kichard Schmidt consid ers the Kuropean and American fakir as merely a degenerate product of the Indian fakir. In a volume entitled "Fakirs and Fakirdom in Ancient and Modern In dia." Ir. Schmidt, an eminent German authority on East Indian subjtts. of the marvellous feats of the various makes an exhaustive scientific study religious orders and ascetics and men dicants in that country. For the fakir has for. many centuries played a prom inent role in the Indian religion. Dr. Schmidt has carefully collected his data from the most reliable native and Kuropean sources. His book is based chiefly upon the researches of Professor Krnest Ktihn. of Munich, and Professor Richard (larbe, of Tu bingen. By adding to tluse his own investigations., he has succeeded in giving a trustworthy account of the wonderful practices of these "holy men" of the Indian religion, or "yogis' as they are called. A former French chief pustice In Chandernagore. Jacoiliot. gives an ac count of several curious performances that were displayed for his benefit by a yogi named iovinda-Swami on the terrace of his own house. Being by no means credulous, Jacoiliot took ev ery precaution to prevent deception. Mental Ability Saved a Play. In "Some o My Stage Associates' in the April MeClure's Klien Terry re tails some delightful characters of Mead. She savs: "In the days just before the break up, which came about before Mead was old. and too fond of the wine when it is red, Henry used to suffer great anxiety in the scene, because he never knew what Mead was going to say. Whim Jerome IesurUes says, Am I nie.d or dreaming? Would I were:- Mead one night gave a less po etic reading: "'Am I mad. or drunk? Would I were!' "Lesurques will not commit the Human suicide of honor and refuses to take up his pistol from the table. 'What: You refuse to die by your own hands, do you'." says the elder Les nroues. 'Then die like a dog by mine.' (producing a pistol from his pocket.) "One night, after having delivered the line with his usual force and im pressiveness, Mead after prolonged fumbling in his coat pockets added an other: " Damn blast Clod bless my soul! Where's the pistol? I haven't got the pistol.' "The last scene in the eventful his tory of Meadisms in "The Lyons Mail' was when Mead came on to the stage in his own top hat. went over to the sofa, and lay down apparently for a nap! Not a word could Henry get from him and Henry had to play the scene by himself and did so in this wa y : "'You say faith, that I' etc. 'I an swer vou that it is false." "Tom Mead had a remarkable foot. Xorman Forbes called It an architec tural foot. Bunions and gout combin ed to give it a gargoyled effect, tine night Henry, pawing the ground with his foot before an 'exit' came down on poor old Mead's foot. Hardly had Mead stopped cursing under his breath when on came Tyars and brought his foot down heavily on the same foot. Directly Tyars came off the stage he looked for Mead in the wings and of fered tin apology. " 'I beg your par donI'm realh- Sorry, Mead." " 'Peg my pardon indeed' the old man snorted. 'It's a damned con-sonspiracy.'" JUST ARRIVED A new line of Mens' Oxfords, Vicis and Patents. Also Tans in lace . and buckle. AH to be sold at the same reduced prices at The Big Closing Out Saie THE ALK1IRE CO. FOOTWEAR EXCLUSIVELY. 27-29 EAST WASHINGTON STREET Phoenix, Arizona H' 1 1 iH-HHHH-KwIl'I"I":"I"H- t t t I t Mrs. Amalia Schmidt Gobble, Soprano at Arizona School of Music, Tuesday Evening, May 5th. Admission 50 Cts. 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. 1t Ave, Deafness Canno! be cured hy local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. l'earness is caused ty an inflamed con- i ditlon of the mucous lining of the Eus- I t.ichlah Tube. When this tube Is in flamed you have a mmoling sound or ' imperfect hearing, and when it is en- j tirely closed. Deafness ts the result, and unless the Inflammation ran be taken out and this tube restored to Its normal , condition, hearing will be destroyed lor- ' ever: nine cases out of ten are caused j hy Catarrh, which is nothing but an in- ' flamed condition of the mucous sur- ; faces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for i any case of Deafness (caused by ca- j tarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's i Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free. I V. J. CHENKY & CO.. Toledo. O. i Fold bv Druggists. 7iC. Take Hall's Family Pills for const !pa tion. On and After Monday, April 27 Ufe Motel Adams Will be Conducted on European Plan Only Meals a la Carte, 6:30 a. m. to 10 p. m. Business Men's Lunch, 1 2 to 2 p. m. Table d'Hote Dinner, Sunday 6 to 5 p. m.