" THE ARIZONA REPUHLICAN SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 17, 1908
Are the ice savers They are food
THE ALASKA THEORY.
The Alaska, by its perfect system of
warm ami colli air flues, allows na
ture's principles that warm air rises
and colj air falls to work in a more
perfect manner than any other re
frigerator huilt. The air circulates
in the direction represented by ar
rows. ALASKA CIRCULATION.
Tiie ice rests on a corrugated gal
vanized iron rack, which is. so con
structed as to leave an air passage
unil-r the iron. The warm air in the
provision chamber rises through the
flues at each end of the ice chamber,
e.im.'S in contact with the ice at the
centra? oienins in the lid flue, be
comes colder and drops under the ice
rack, where all moisture is condensed,
and fails through the central opening
under the ice into the provision cham
ber, cold and dry. No other system
keeps the air so long in contact with
the ice as the ALASKA does, eon-
seiiuenily the Alaska does its work
more thoroughly than any other re
frigerator. ALASKA refrigerators and Ice box
es have been on the market for 40
22 to 24 West Wash. St.
CLASSES BROKEN AGAIN?
"Why not save exjwnse. time and
temper by using "So Easy" mtgs.?
They're gentle, yet firm.
V.'e 'l be glad to show them to you.
ARIZONA'S LEADING OPTICIAN
Planning conveniences for pro
moting the comfort of our cus
tomers and doing our utmost to
accomodate them are hobbies of
ours. Do not hesitate to call
upon us as often as it lies on
our power to oblige you in any
way ... l.HESS
LARSON DRUG CO.
N. W. Cor. Center & Wash.
The best Bread, Cakes, Pies and
Pastries in Arizona at
THE BAKE SHOP.
Visit us and we will show you
the cleanest and most sanitary
bakeshop In the territory.
HOME BAKING CO.
M. J. PETTID, Manager.
LARGE SIZE S1.25
MEDIUM SIZE (JS
SMALL SIZE 35J
Vz GALLON SIZE S2.25
GAL. TINS OR BOT
TLES ...... $4.25
OLIVET BRAND OLIVES
Tis the treasure of all the Desert
At Donofrio'a store.
It is Crystallized Cactus Candy
That makes ycu sing for mora.
OF LOCAL INTEREST
ON BUSINESS TRIP. Superintend
ent Scott of the M. & P. spent yester
day in Tucson on railroad business.
LEFT FOR YUM A. Bishop Ken
drick left Friday night for Yuma to
be gone several days.
HERE FROM CLIFTON Ed.
Perry and son of Clifton were here
'yesterday on business.
PRESCOTT VISITORS. George
Tisdale and wife of Prescott were
anions the visitors in the city yester
day. A HUNTING TRIP. Will Rosseau.
Palmer Irvine and Rev. Douglas have
gme to Roosevelt for a week's outing
and hunting trip.
P. O. OFFICIAL. H. B. Hall, assist
antsupcrintendent of the U. S. post-
! office service with headquarters at
I.os Angeles was in die city yesterday
on official business.
A TAMPICO "VISITOR. Mrs. Anna
Lack arrived in the city yesterday aft
er a several weeks 'stay in Tampico,
I Mexico, and will remain here for some
YUMA VISITORS. Mrs. A. T. Pan
craze and Miss Amelia Balsz of Yuma
are here for two weeks the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. John Baggiore. From
her they will go to Agua Caliente Hot
AN OLD PHOENICIAN RETURNS.
Harry E. Heighten, city treasurer of
Tucson arrived in the city yesterday
morning to attend the wedding of his
niece. Miss Marguerite James. Mr.
Heighion was for a long time a resi
dent of Phoenix.
BOYS ARRESTED. The .police ar
rested a half dozen boys Friday night
for invading the porch on the Monihan
block and stealing a free view of the
Air Dome Theater. There is no de
sire to punish the boys but it is in pur
suance of an effort to break up their
practice of trespassing uni private pro
perty. IOWA TOPSY TURVY. It may be
imagined that Iowa is giving Dr. J. C.
Norton who is there on a brief visit, a
taste ot childhood's happy days. A
brief note adderssed by him to a Phoe
nix friend, received yesterday, said:
"We are just starting for the ranch.
It rained an inch and a half yesterday
and a cyclone five miles away blew
a house and barn away. There was
plenty of hail as large as a small wal
nut." CHRISTIAN SCIENCE.The First
Church of Christ. Scientist, postoffice
building, entrance on Monroe street.
Morning service at 11 a. m., subpect of
lesson-sermon, "Mortals and Immort
als." Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
Wednesday evening meeting at 8 p.
m. Reading rooms open daily to the
public will be found at same address.
A ROOSEVELT EXPEDITION.
For the fourth time the C.reene & Grif
fin automornbile has undertaken the
trip- to Roosevelt under the guidance
of Chauffeur L. W. Peters. The three
other trips have been successful ones
, and there is no doubt but that this one
: will be. The touring party Is com
posed of George Woodson, Ed Tanne
: hill and Harry Kalfus.
THE CLOSE OF THE ISAAC'S
: SCHOOL. The Isaac school closed a
; very successful term with a picnic,
! which was highly enjoyed. At a meet
: ing of the trustees, teachers were elec
1 ted for the coming year and the- salar
i i s increased. Mrs. Armstrong wiil be
retained as principal and Jlis Ven iel
' will fill the place made vacant by the
I resignation of Miss Elison.
NEW PLUG IN SERVICE. The
new fire plug near the Phoenix Flour
Mills yesterday was used for the first
time, and a pile of lumber bi longing
1 to the M. & P. was saved. iome
I tramps had built a small house out of
j ties and had been using it for a sleep
ing place. Someone probably dropped
a match and from a pile of straw fire
was communicated to the ties. The
ends of about fifty bridge timbers were
! THEY CAME TO TOWN. Among
! the many callers at The Republican
office last night who are entitled to
' special mention and whose visit was
j the more appreciated on account of
the effort made to be here, was a party
of a half dozen young men who are
employed at the Relief mine. They
decided late yesterday to come to
town, take in the opening ami spend
Sunday with their friends. As it is thir-
; teen and a half miles to Glendale, the
nearest place they could secure a con
veyance they hoofed it that far, cover
ing that distance in three hours and
a half. About four miles the other
' side of Glendale one of them who holds
the job of "trainmen" in the mine got
: pretty tired and threatened to unroll
his blanket and take his "flopping,"
, but he was enticed on into Glendale
w here the boys telephoned for an auto
from the Southwestern Auto company.
They had another Job on hand when
the machine arrived, for the trammer
was inclined to shy and take to the
desert. After he was placed inside,
however, his heavy shoes held him
down and they arrived in fine spirits
I about 9 o'clock. The names of the
party are John II. Tuckey, Will Hew-
I it Tim II.j.l.-f Trim Fnclkh rhrli
Broan and August Stevenson.
A Desirable Present
for the Graduates is a
WE HAVE THEM.
126-128 W. Washington St.
Tho PEOPLE with the GOODS
opposite Court House
OPEN MEETING OF FRATERNAL
BROTHERHOOD. The local lodge of
the Fraternal Brotherhood seems de
termined to keep before the public and
for the purpose of further winning the
way into the hearts of Phoenix peo
ple and vicinity, will hold an opening
meeting on Tuesday evening. May 19,
at Melczer Hall. For this occasion
a program has been prepared after
the rendering of which there will be
dancing. The Myrtle orchestra will
furnish the music. The will also b?
card games for those who may pre
fer that form o famusement. A
nominal charge for the gentlemen will
be asked and the arrangement com
mittee promises an enjoyable evening.
The program will be as follows. Over
ture, Myrtle Orchestra; Welcome Ad
dress, E. E. Marks; Vocal Solo. Mrs.
L. D. Dameron; Recitation, Miss D.
Elder; Piano solo. Miss Luke; Sketch.
The Servant Problem, by members of
the order; Vocal solo. Miss Stephans;
Heading, Mrs. H. Creswell; song. Baby
Liebei.ow; selection, orchestra; drill,
escort T. F. B. Team.
RUNAWAYS. Two of the best long
distance runaways of the season were
pulled off in this city Friday. One
was a horse and buggy belonging to
Mr. McLellen. the undertaker. It
started from his home on North Third
avenue, ran south to Jefferson street,
east, to Second street, north to Mon
roe street, west to Third avenue again,
south on the sidewalk to Adams street,
east to First avenue, south to Wash
ington, and came to a halt In an open
tren.cn made by the water pipe con
tractor's force. Strange to sav neith
er horse nor buggy were injured. A
Mexican, who was working in the
trench exactly where the horse stopped
Haw the aggregation coming just In
time to make his escape. The other
runaway was that of a delivery wagon.
Nobody seems to know just where
the trouble started but the wild horse
first apieared on the horizon in latitude
Brill road and longitude Cave Creek
road, near the end of the Brill car line.
He bore a few points to the south,
steering by the evening star until he
struck town at "the north end of some
of the western avenues. The velocity
was so great that the astronomers and
geographers could not keep up but he
circled a good part of the center of
town and finally halted, having shed
about everything in the way of wagon
and harness that he started with.
Laird Scliobu &
Fine Oxfords for
Look where 3tou mayj
Laird's Shoes are in a
class by themselves.
None so beautiful none
so perfect in style and
workmanship. See the
new buckle pumps and
garden ties and the cute
little shoes for the babies.
H, A. DIEHL
SPECIAL PROGRAM A special
program appropriate to Sunday will
be given at th"e Airdome this evening,
with motion pictures.
ELKS BANQUET On Thursday
night the members of the Elks order
who are benedicts will give a ban
quet in the Hotel Adams to the rest
of the order and visiting KIks in the
SYMPHONY PRACTICE The
Phoenix Symphony orchestra Hill
hold its second practice rehearsal
this afternoon at three o'clock in the
Dorris opera house. There is a pos
sibility that the 6rchestra will go to
Prescott on July third for a three
days' engagement. A music festival
is the nature of the celebration which
is being tentatively proposed for the
Mountain city. The orchestra will
give a concert here the latter part of
the month or first of June.
G. A. R. MEMORIAL SERVICE
Rev. Winfield Scott, department
chaplain of the G. A. R. announces
that J. W. post will hold a religious
memorial service in the M. K. church
at 11 a- m., May 24. The pastor of
the church will deliver the sermon.
A cordial invitation is extended to all
civil war soldiers and veterans, Span
ish war veterans and Confederate
veterans, the National Guard of Ari
zona, the Woman's Relief Corps and
all patriotic citizens. It Is requested
that so far as possible all organiza
tions shall attend in a body. Seats
will be reserved for this purpose. It
will be an occasion of unusual inter
est and it is hoped that there may be
a large attendance.
II 1 HAT PURE. SODA WAicn
A VERY SWEET SALE
our entire stock of
LOWNEY'S and CONTINETAL
to be closed out this week at great
reduction In price, so if you like the
best candy come In and get your
85 cent boxes sale price 65
7a cent boxes sale price 55
50 cent boxes sale price 40?
40 cent cent boxes sale price TiO
35 cent boxes
A mail order
OUR COOL COMFORTABLE STORE
Complete line of Buggy
Tops for summerweath
er. Look us over for
Harness and Saddlery
Goods of every descrip
tion. N. PORTER
8ADDLE AND HARNESS CO.
SPURS AND BITS.
40 Wcat Washington St.
Talephona Rad 131.
Cleveland 8 2
Boston 1 3 2
'Batteries: Joss and N. Clarke;
Winter, Clcette and Carrigan.
At Phila 10 innings R. H." E.
St. Louis 0 '4 0
Philadelphia 1 I
Batteries: Howell and Spencer; Dy
gert and Schreck.
At Washington R- H. K.
Washington 0 5 3
Chicago 5 8 2
Batteries: Burns , Falkenberg and
street; B. White and Sullivan.
At New York
Detroit 6 6 2
New York 7 9 3
Batteries: Donovan, Mullin. Siever,
Thomas and Schmidt; Newton, Doyle,
Lake and Kleinow.
At Cincinnati R H. E.
Cincinati , 3 5 1
New York 1 6 1
Batteries: Coakley and .Schlei;
Mathewosn, Ames, Crandall and Bres
nahan. At Chicago R. II. E.
Chicago 4 6 1
Brooklyn 3 7 1
Bateries: Pfcjster. Ruelbach and
Kling; Wilhelm and Bergen.
At Pittsburg R. H. E.
Pittsburg 0 7 3
Philadelphia 9 14 0
Batteries: Leifeld and Gibson; Mo
ran, Dooin, Leever and Young.
At St. Louis R. H. E.
St. Louis 1 2 1
Boston 4 8 0
Batteries: Lush and Marshall;
Young and Bowerman.
THE COAST LEAGUE.
R. H. E.
San Francisco 3 7 1
Oakland 2 10 ' 1
Bateries Henley, Berry; Hardy
Portland-Los Angeles game post
poned, wot grounds.-
Which is conceded by thinking men is Its own proof of superiority.
Men who know what superfine tailoring, is, also know how rare It is.
Even the payment of high prices does not always get It. Even ex
asperating waiting does not always insure it.. Paying too little for it
never gets it. There are few men who do not know of the undisputed
pre-eminence of our garments. We show- our garments from dust
proof cabinets, all pressed, ready to put on, every article In our s.ore
is' marked In plain figures.
The McDougall & Oassou Co
Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Men's Furnishings.
30 and 32 W. Washington St.
. i. - - -H- r, ll - 1
If you can't come.
10 CENTS EACH
0C".t' -Vissc Waist. Hand 36 years.
MISSES' WAIST 5958.
To be Made With or witnout the
Simple styles always are best for
young girls and such a blouse as this
one finds Innumerable uses. It is
charming made with the open square
neck but can, nevertheless, be finished
with "a chemisette, making it high, if
it is found more satisfactory. It is
adapted to lingerie materials, to the
pretty cotton voiles and the like and
also to the simple silk and wool fabrics
that are so much used for young girls.
The trimming at the armholes sug
gests the Japanese Idea and serves
to conceal the seams yet in no way in
terferes with the simplicity of the de
sign. 'In the illustration white Habu
tai silk is trimmi-d with embroidered
banding. Whether the banding should
be lace or embroidered applique- or
something similar depends entirely
upon the material, however, and the
use to which the Mouse Is to be out.
The Maist is made with the front
and the backs, which are tucked to
yoke depth, and with moderately full
sleeves, which are tucked at their low
er edges and trimmed to give a some
what novel effect. Trimming Is ar
ranged over the armhole seams and a
shaped band also finishes the neck.
The chemisette is separate and when
worn Is arranged under the blouse and
closed at the back.
The quantity of material required
for the sixteen year size is 2 yards
21 or 24. 2 yards 32 or 1 yards 44
inches wide with 2 7-8 yards of band
ing and U yard IS inches wide for the
The pattern 59T,S is cut In sizes for
girls of 14 and 1$ years of age and will
be mailed to any address by the Fash
ion Department of this paper on re
ceipt of ten cents. (If in haste an ad
ditional two cent stamp for letter post
age which Insures -more prompt de
livery.) Cut this out and send with ten cents
to The Republican, Phoenix, Arts., fill
ing out the blank below.
Please order for me, 10 cents here
with to cover your charge:
NOTE: These patterns are ordered
for you from Chicago, and require
about 10 days to get them to you.
The liodaH Way is .
the Daylight Way
By the new process of Tank Development you do away with the
stuffy dark room, the terror of so many amateurs, and finish your
pictures whenever and wherever convenient.
Perfectly simple in manipul ation, simply perfect In results.
Eastman Tank Developers for the roll films. I'ri-mo Tank Devel
opers for the film packs.
Let us explain the process to you.
The Store That Carries the Stock. -
Successors to E. L. Andrews & Son. 9-11 East Washington St.
We Have Them
to Sell Some
Home of Pure Drugs
Here you 1 .ad a high grade assortment of PERFUMES, TOILET
WATERS; PALMER'S, COLGATE'S, WILLIAMS' and a full line of
ROGER & GALLETT'S FRENCH GOODS.
Wa can please you.
IN HOTEL ADAMS.
IF YOU WIL TRY S
CELEBRATED RIBBONS AND
E CARBONS you will be pleased
S with them, for they are the S
"Best on the Market." We have S
3 the exclusive agency. S
1 CRAIN'S 1
5 STATIONERY AND NEWS CO. 5
5 11-13 N. Center St.
Going to Press
Whatever you have in the way of
Ladies' or Gentlemen's Clothing to be
pressed and put in new shape again,
send it to us and we will guarantee
the result. Cleaning and Pressing
garments to perfection is our specialty
We have built up a reputation for
clean, honest, reliable work and we in
tend to maintain it. W'.- call t jr and
deliver goods, and our prices ar-; hon
est. The Arizona Cleaning&DyeingWorks
Mrs. Lilur Wilson, Prop.
239 E. Wash. St. Phone Black 253
A few more New Royal sewing ma
chines at half price. This Is the best
machine made. Also a good pneu
matic tired buggy for sale and an
adobe house for rent, $6 per month:
nice shade. See H. S. Griswold, 36
West Adams street.
The Tailor -
Carries the Largest Stock of
Goods in Arizona.
17 W. ADAMS ST.
ANDREW H. MILLER, MGR.
'' ' ! "
, til .1
We are going out
of the High
and to get out are offering Win
throp M. Baker's Fine Chocalates at
J1.00 boxes at 60
85c boxes at.. 50!
50c boxes at SO
Buy a box for your girl.
Berryliili's Big Book Store
The Thirsty Man's Retreat
The Imported French Percheron Black
Stallion will make the season of It"''5
Tuesdays and Saturdays at the Palo
Alto Stables, balance of week at the
Also the Jack, Xapoleon, will stand
at the ranch. For terms apply to
V. B. H0R0VIT2, Owner. R. F. D. 3.
But we always have time to
give prompt attention to every v
. 4 0f
Is ever .our slogan. Give me v
your order thi time in STAPLE j
ungitKits, r-nuiis. vtuti
ABLES, BUTTER, EGGS.
Prompt delivery. Satisfaction
goes with each order. Always
open until 7 o'clock. V
X i-35 VT. Wash. St. A
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