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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN TUESDAY MORNING. MAY '19. 1908.
EGOS DON'T IMPROVE WITH AGE Neither do baseball bats. We buy our bata direct from the Pontlac and D. M. factories, and get them in fresh every month or six weeks. Our dollar bats are made from fresh second growth ash. and do not get a chance to. dry out or got brash" before they are sold. Cheaper full size bats at 65c and 50c. Our 35c boy's bat is a regular "leaguer" of medium size, and can not be duplicated elsewhere for 50c; it's made to our order. Our cheapest buy's bats are 25c and 20c. One hundred and twenty good bats received last week. AVe needed them -badly, as sales have been large on baseball goods the past month. ' Mail orders filled same day received. Catalog free. We are shipping wholesale and retail baseball orders evvry day now. PINNEY a ROBINSON THE GUN STORE 40 NORTH CENTER STREET, PHOENIX, ARIZ. Bead for frea earn Lw &rL Established 1117. .H-H"! "1-M "M"M H"M lllllMHI'll l"H 11I1HIUIHII 'H-M"H.. PIANO TUNING $2.50 In Phoenix during the month of May. All work guaranteed. Leave T ordera at French's Jewelry Store or at Fountain's Mueic 8 to re. HAMILTON BROS., 4 The Reliable Piano Tuners. Sixth Year in Phoenix, J M"H milllllimillH HI 'M I I 1"I"M"I 1 I "M "H ..m-M-M-M-M1 I- The Famous "Tourist." Those wishing model K must speak at once. Only two in stock and fac tory behind on orders on 2 and 4 cyl inders from 2 to 3 months. PHOENIX AUTO COMPANY. ARUTHUR AINSWORTH, Manager. PHONE M 145 Comer Fourth avenue and Washington Street. All Work Guaranteed. A FULL LINE OF GAS RANGES JUST RECEIVED CALL AND SEE Pacific Gas and Electric Co. 130-132 West Washington St. U I 1 1 111 II H"H "3"H ..H"H"I"M"M"M II M 1 fri tl 1 1 It 1 III 1 1 li Genuine Bargains in Ostrich Feather Goods at the Show Rooms of the Arizona Ostrich Farm First Street and Adams. Opposite Noble Building. 4. 1 lil II 11 I H illltMllll II WH "I -M "IV H It I 1 1 HI 111! ill? TOE FAIR 212 E. WASHINGTON ST. We will sell all our Hats this week as Saturday, at 25 per cent off. Also Skirts and Waists. We are still closing out our stock of Indian Curios, Tin, Glass and Granitcware. i DO YOU KNOW THAT LUMBER IS CHEAPER IN PHOENIX THAN ANY OTHER 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 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. ANTA FE TIME TABLE. PHOENIX CITT TIMHL 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 a.m. 1:11 am. "The Daylight Express," for Hot Springs Junction (Castle Hot Springs), Wlckenburg, A. A C. branch points. Congress Junction, Prescott, Ash Fork, Deaver, Kansas City, Chicago and all points east 1:00 a.m. 4:10 p.m. No trains on A. & C. Ry. or Poland branch Bun- -o THE WEATHER. Local Daily Weather Report .for The Arizona Republican. Forecast for today Fair; slightly increased temperature. 6:30 6:30 a, m p. m. Barometer, inches 30.02 29.90 Temperature, degrees 59 .92 Dew point, degrees 27 .20 Humidity, per cent 27 .8 Wind direction E N Wind velocity miles 5 3 Rainfall, Inches 0 .0 Weather Clear Pt. Cloudy Mean dally humidity IS Mean dally temperature 74 Highest temperature 93 Lowest temperature 56 Total dally rainfall 00 Accumulated excess in temperature since January 1, 73 degrees. Accumulated excess in rainfall since January 1, 0.74 Inch. L. N. JESUNOFSKT. Section Director. the his the SUSPECTED FRAUD IN A CHUCK GEE , The United States authorities have come into possc-ssion of what they be lieve to be a fraudulent "chock ge" or Chinese certificate. It was found in the hands of Tang Sang an employe of the American Kitchen, a highly in telligent Chinaman and perhaps best speaker of English among countrymen in this city. It was found sometime ago by Chinese inspector for this district and his suspicion was aroused by the anit quated appearance of the body of the certificate and the newness of the photograph of Tang Sang. The paper which had been issued in 1904 by United States Commissioner Wellburn at Saji Francisco was yellow and worn and creased. The photograph was bright and apparently new. It was the belief of the inspector that the cer tificate had been issued to another man and had been made to serve the purposes of the other wht) had merely called himself Tang Sang. On this theory Tang Sang was ar rested and released on bond. In the meantime United States Attorney Al exander sent to Washington for a copy of the original. These certifi cate are issued in triplieate. The ori ginal is given to the Chinaman, the Is suing officer retains a copy and the other is sent to the bureau at Wash ington. The three are as nearly alike as it is possible for things in this world to be. The photograph of the Chinaman is pasted In the lower left hand corner and on the upper elgo of it is written his name in red ink. This name is so inscribed that a part of it extends over on the body of the certi ficate. The number of the certificate, also is written in red ink is partly on the photograph and partly on the body of the certificate. The government's . copy of Tang Sang's chock gee arrived yesterday. The photograph on it is a iuite differ ent photograph. Moreover a part of the name of Tang Sang was found in red ink under the edge of the photo graph as well as a part of the number indicating that the photograph had been put on after the inscription was made and not before. Judge Baker who has charge of the case for the Chinaman asked that !.he matter be allowed to go over for a week and the request was granted by United States Court Commissioner Johnstone. PROSPECTORS FARMERS MINERS Get the best staple groceries at the lowest prices. We have a large and well assorted stock of groceries that's why our tore is so busy all the time. The finest TEAS and COF FEES. Buy GrlebePs Groceries. FRANK GRIEBEL'S 111-220 W. Washington St Phone 43 . MILLIONS OF DOVES White Wings are getting quite plenti ful, good bags reported by all who go rout. Come In and look over my stock of guns and get prices. Remember that I have some good guns in rent st ock and plenty of fresh ammunition. A. W. GALPIN -H"M"M"M"M"t I Noti We invite the public to come to -f ou great. Sale A great stick of clothing for both men and women will be sold at a great sacrifice. C"me and convince yourself. The re duction will last onlv on Satur day, so come early and avoid the rush I The White House I J 214-216 East Washington St . f 03 We will sell 2000 Boxes of Straw berries at 10c or three boxes for 25c If nothing prevents they will arrive Saturday morning. No delivery, no reserve, as long as they last they go at 8l3c per box. Meo s Cash Store A REMARKABLE RECORD. Few American business houses had any hope, when the financial panic struck the country with such sudden and overwhelming force la9t October, that they would be able to show a business gain for the fiscal year 1907 0f The most they hoped for was to weather the storm as best they might and patiently wait for better times. Undoubtedly this faltering attitude on the part of many large manufacturing andf mercantile concerns was largely responsible for the slow return of confidence. The general lack of ag gressiveness caused more real busi ness depression than any actual scarcity of money. An examination of the business re ports of the last twelve months shows that there were some exceptions to the prevailing tendency toward re trenchment. Conspicuous among such concerns is the well known shoe manufacturing firm of Roberts, John son and Rand Shoe Co. of St.' Louis. This enterprising firm, instead of banking its fires, and shutting off steam did Just the opposite. They shoveled in more business fuel In the form of increased energy and activity. Thov nut on everv ounce of steam at their command, opened wide the throttle and while in many quarters tho wheels of commerce were clogged and barely did revolve, with the Rob erts, Johnson and Rand Shoe Com pany, they moved. In the face of ad itions. this firm was able to show an actual increase in busi ness. This showing is all the more remarkable when it is recalled that the Roberts, Johnson and Rand Shoe r-nmnnnv la but ten years old. has ten galnB to its credit and its shipment for the past 12 months exceeded 10 J millions of dollars. : They confidently expect this year to' show a gain over any previous year. Their confidence is based upon the absolute knowledge that in their fam ous "Star . Brand Shoes'" they have put all the shoe value that a com bination of honest material, skilled workmanship, modern equipment, and an intimate knowledge of the needs and wants of the people can pro duce. Their confidence that they will continue to grow in the future as they have In the past is further strengthened by their unwavering be lief in the vast resources of this country, and that as the nation grows and prospers, there will be a steadily increasing demand for dependable 8hThe ten big specialty factories of this concern afford ample facilities for manufacturing Star Brand Shoes in almost unlimited quantities In fact. the daily capacity is 62,000 pairs. Each of these immense factories is under the direct supervision of a su rint.npni who is specially selected because of hU superior knowledge in I lilt II I I 1 1 1 II ! i I I' I I 1 1 1H I I I I H' I 1 I 1H HH Hill I I !! THAT BRACELET PerhaDs you wonder why w showing of Bracelets when EVK think it is because we have notn der Just what the people do thin -Bracelets, however, we want to we talk of them so much if you shown by those with and wlthou the number we are selling, etc. e continue to harp upon our exquisite RYBODT HAS ONE. Perhaps you Ing else to talk about. We often won- k who read our ads. About . these say that you would understand why could see the interest that is dally t this very faddish piece of jewelry Have you seen our line? We show it gladly. F. A. H1LDERBRAN 1 CO., Phone Red 1284 10-12 W. Washington 8treet -M I H I I I I I 1 II I'M 1111 1 MM"!! III U H I t t 111 1 I 1 II t I 1 M"t- A airgam All Louis Heel Shoes and Oxfords, $4.00 $5.00 Grades $2.00 Pair All Canvas Oxfords in White and Tan, $2, $2.50, $3 and $3.50 Grades $1.50 These price are lege than coat and are seasonable goods The Big Closing Out Sale THE ALKIRE COMPANY 27-29 L Wash. SI. Phoenix, Arizona THE 5H0E AND STOCKING STORE constructing the particular grade of shoes produced under his direction, whether they be Patriot $4.00 shoes for men Society J 3.50 shoes for wo men or. Eternity school shoes for children; and the further fact that in each factory the most rigid examina tion is made, makes it almost impos sible for an imperfect pair of Star Brand shoes to be packed and ship ped. The Roberts, Johnson and Rand Shoe Co.'s slogan today means more to the wearers of shoes than ever; because, while it is true that there are other brands of good shoes "Star Brand Shoes are Better." How well they have succeeded is forcibly illustrated in the fact that at the present time three million people (an average of one person in every thirty two in the United States wear Star Brand Shoes the year round, and -over fifteen thousand successful merchants sell them. Dorrisfleyman Furniture Co., Arizona's Leading House-Furnishers I V2 Per Cent Off Carpets and Rugs 20 PerCent Off Fancy Furniture Our PreInventory Sale 33K per cent Off Fancy Vases and Electric Lamps 1 5 per cent Off Tinware, Granitoware, Enameled Ware 50 per cent Off Close out Patterns of Fancy China and Lamps 15 per cent Off Trunks, Bags, Tel' escopes, etc. 1 2'A per cent Off All House-Furnishings and Sundries Every Article In Price or bears a Doms-Heyman Furniture Co. Is On 20 per cent Off Steel Ranges MANY have taken advantage of the opportunity afforded HAVE YOU? If not, and you anticipate the need of anything for the home in the near future, you cannot afford to ignore this record breaking sale. Every Department is repre sented in this great PRE-IN-VENTORY CLEARANCE, every department is trying to .out do the others in value giving... If you have a household need come now, TODAY, while the stocks are complete and selection is wide. i . . : i 'v. 25 per cent Off Fancy China and Cut Glass 1 2'A per cent Off Stock Patterns, China and Glassware 15 per cent Off Cook Stoves, Oil Stoves, etc. 1 5 per cent Off Wall Paper and Decorations this Great Store is either reduced in liberal discount during this Great Sale. NEW LOCATION, NOBLE BLDG. Arizona's Leading House Furnishers. ADAMS AND FIRST STS. m. OULU1VIUIM. 26 East Washington. Sporting Goods.