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THE ARIZONA REPU15LICAX TUESDAY 3IOKXIX(i; 31 AY 1!). VMS.
Alaska Refrigerators Are the ice pavtr They preservers. are food THE ALASKA THEORY. The Alaska, hy its pirfi'i t system of warm and old air fl-.n-s. allows na ture's principles that warm air rises and oolil air fails to work in a more perfect manner than any other" re frigerator built. The air circulates in the direction represented by ar rows. ALASKA CIRCULATION. i lie III ii ''" i i iif.n . r.... vanized inm rack, which is so i'"ii-') ' structod as to l.-axe an air passage under the iron. The warm air in the provision ehandicr vises throtisn the flues at caeh end of the ice chamber, comes in contact with the ice at tin. central opening. . ' 1 'i;' I'Ollli-s Culder 1111V is'-eefVlen-l. rack, where all and fails throujHfT "Mitral opcnini; under the ice into the pi n isi. m chain- . her. cold and dry. No ether system ! keeps the air so Ions i'i conta.cl with; the ice as the ALASKA does, con- Soqtlenil.V the A! a- I does its woK more thoroimhiiiJCjiii .iiv other. - lrisicrator. ALASKA r. fsfliJ te 1 jind Ice ,lj I cs have heen on the market fur 4'.i years. . j-j, Davidsoifg Gasti . - Store 22 t" 24 WaVh: St.; i PHOENIX ARIZONA. v Li., i.l " "I IleViT us. d a ia.-cs. tlvit fine." "Tiiei re si'm -"a rd." ' X lilies to b 'thel"-TUT .i.lrii r simfl; lr.-ssi-ns .-ire fiv J'.-ui. ;y ..m.ul-i . : hi lid or..- pi.ee bloic-js. "J1 v are the 11 SO. p hi f.. n H' nR EW! I BPJ 55 rJ!j3 ARIZONA'S LEADING OPTIClAli Extra Fine Finest S(Wai:P!rSHHH lngretientS(; . Ij lits K ' 1 ii All ..iir s- ia are of the pur ivat. r rrgr.-di t grn!c and'Jl stri. tiy )r. sii... . t. This purity and jfreshnejis and tin skill "! "vv .!i--).riisprs mafrh our's, " di. s . Utrhtful. .. . ( nir P.". .t-ti. .r can n-.t he C-ll. d. 5f h LARSON DRUG COi N. VV. Cor. Center & .Wash. 5 M H ' C teWTi'i.a'. ? For Sale The best Pr. ad. Cakes, Pies and Pastries in Arizona at THE BAKE SHOP. Visit us and v.e will show you the cleanest and most sanitary Hukeshop in the territory. ft j g if-; K HOME BAKING CO. M. J. PETTID, Manager. i Olivet Brand . . Olive Oil LARGE SIZE .'..-Sl.So MEDIUM SIZE G5c SMALL SIZE 33c y2 GALLON SIZE S2.25 TLES wt.sil OLIVET BRAND OLIVES QUARTS 50c k r Company.' Tis the treasure ofjall-te Desert At Donofrio's store. It is Crystallized Cactus Candy That makes ycusing for more. GF LOCAL IHTEREST J GLOBE VISITOR Will Calvin is In re irnni :!ol.o fur a few davs visit I wiih relatives and friends. ATTENDING COURT. Attorm.y -r.il S. Clark, of IT, . teii.iing the supvi tii si s:- : in. THE GOV is r-p,., p., linn I'ri'lil. Ill R NCR'S RETURN. It h i r, ;' Kibbev wilt vi - I islt in W.isi'inr-ii'ii '.luvday n. si. A BUSINESS TRIP.-J. !- rh-av rind. pri aie .-. retaty "i f,..vi rnor. i b fi Si: :.l:i niiit for Mor. noi en a I ouick trio to look a I, I- l. rival., mal- DEATH OF A CHILD Mr. and Mrs. I'. 1 1. iVmbli are- Mourning the loss of I""''' lillle Ina. who passed ;r a-v it ;;:le .'.l.nm.iy afti'rnooii after a few day-' illness, at the home of Mrs. I ( i. Mi's mo'lier. .Mrs. T. L. Karlo, l - i Soiah Second street. SOCIAL FOR THE GENTLEMEN ' - I'lie 1 -.lies of the Presbyterian have an" evening social to Ahieli the gentle lially ini'ited. The Sun on he-tra will furnish etllirell will tonight ;.t 7: men are ioit .1. el 1 mi : -;c l r the' evening. SWART SET DANCE. The next,, in i:.- ' ihe S'"a"! Set Cl"b will be held in y, , zers hi'.M on Widnesday ei-iiing. ;. M iss", one ..f liie mem bers ..; the orchestra, has just relum ed fJei.i Cj7iferni:u eipiipped with a trunk fu'l of i.-w music. The soloist of ll.e . i. (n-ion will b" i '. S. (Likes. Not : read"y for trial. The Hcas,. ,vr..i! and Smith. Jiie Ia.i .'. oaths who i-.il 1 tin mselv.-s th.' "T'.ui Kl '.i'i Kids." wanted for tin- em ! . :'.;-J. in.. :'; of . ::u and buggy from A. YV. pen-ait of CVndale wis called' b, for.- Justice Jolinst..-!.. yesterday but ill o . r VliTil u ' T'vii'.-dav SURVEY APPROVED. The Sur- v .r i'ei..!.il Lies :ipiii.ie, .X'ia r.:! survey .No. .'.".IT ,v P.. . .. K. l-e :!!.: 1 ' K. mil--a.-, situaie in the ;..d Pain .Mining I'i i;i. !. Vohavo i-.iiii:H. me d:iiiii. ii by !;,- i .. K. ..lining and M diil-g CO). ,, THE NiESA HIGH SCHOOL BONDS i !. ! wjs r c :,cd by the board .t" (. .-open. ;.-:.,:. i . i ! : . a, record " the! pl-lC -itng'- ... the .Mes llitll school' j tlMtrii-t in vti;.u bonds in tjie .cuoiint I j ;' ;;..' .. for A j,, b c. s. biLbi;iid- j I fig '!"!: !.- .-.'ings have 1 n a p- I J prov. e l.y !.! dist'd. t aiiorney s.. that ! in i". rd w ill a' on. . pi,., , ,1 p, a,. !. i : (Uiv hi, - )..r ; he li..e,s. . NEW MANAGEMENT li-rry hftidsoo who h.i. ;'ui' . t he . past ''.r ! :i t he " m. i a ..g. r of the I'ord h ill ioo:; i !. e'c ..t f. ,a branch of ihe i-ush'. id. .M---ts. ''ii'. .., Iis and I hi! 1 1.' I'. lb- pr pos.s to . ;,tr to liie b.-t " t:-iie in i ! r, spect and w ill !' - ' m--hi ti.-,,f..n to u,.. s.-rvh, ; "i. s .1 k.rge festal l-pr ! A ''s. 3LAZE IN SCOTTSDALE Sat- ' ' 'ot ldt; r about pi ..Yloi k l ire ..at i:i ti;e I .e k part of V. H. ., '. -h,ct--. 1'. re o.c,;pied b" ,IIS- f.;r. Ihitt-' .!!: '. T!V- lire bed t'l no iniera'ice. .Mr. - Ih.i'sT'y and i:i:i!,y ot:; . a in tj.e no per r."",i t'ot.! n no jr.s.ir- .Mr. .;reei,,'s loss I ,r. . ';. !'C .-r tin i, 2s ' v. iet. -r : s i- p. rf-.; ;1-"" to .-!:'". Ail parti-s eoll. r.o'l ill Ii'' ...-s h;t t!.e SVi .- l.;.t!.V ..!' t.,e I ,mi. 'Illy Jlll.l Sllci" 11 S- -1 -hi l!' -e IS !'! IK !'' 1:,' - a ' .V DETH OF MRS. And! a -M. .'.!-..,.. V, .,.':' : i. riroon at .: - oh's h -. i': h ..f ;e is lie BRCVVN. M s ; I .f. ,'s 11. di, ! : ...'.-lock ai S:. t ,,'.el'c,::osis. a''- t.-r ;;) ihn.ss ii .i !:.it.-. ..'.. r twelve -. i",r to. iot tire- years siu. Ii ! -i-i. d in and i,. ar !'!., n . Til" fami.v liA.ii' is in Los Ancles, licr hf-.bn .,': h. ii.g' ass'st.o.t riehi-T of th.- .h' :-'..'.i'i National Hank "f that v II" u i:. ;Tl 1 d 1 .1 ..! l r- .last w ek ...P j critical condi- tl..ii of l is if.-. and 1- f. hoe-re t .;. ;.ig t!i bode ; hi I. .- A:,.. -'. I., side last niu-iit for .r iut.'i n."iit ( tie- b r-ave.1 ! M-s i . t . 1 r I, Pi', .'ii is survived h r,- j 1 was in a'.ti ndanc, ; 1,. s--. Sh, h-aves a : :.g w ii!i r- lalivcs in 1 r.g school. .Mrs. a iPimb.-rMf narin 1 o is I., a:t. lid ..liP a ., jf, e nd- t .0 J J l.. r. .titvithsuiiili:i!r she was j to p: -1 " f -i r : - in s-iei.il ;tY,,ir 1 i'i-r i'i si.i. n.-e le .'11111 all v. ho 1. r ;;. -ene-il !; r 1110s! hiul.ly. j: NEW ! P.LW 8HKIN8S SANITARIUM. 1 I--H-I'-.- t r..ii: pari-- of th. v.-tl!.-'- ar. r. p'.rt. 'l daily nt tin- ii 'W ' 1! 1' Me- 1 1 . .; .p:-iiiL's . i I Co.. s.iys .-"!!'.. id Cu. ir.h. 01. 'i'i"- v.eil k.-.-ps "I. a oiy fio.v o! ho; water, which 1 eh ' ill's to ije si ronoT fiii.r.-t-nateo by :;. hni'.'. I.-. , M'iio.1, lia hi .-ii sent to T.a-....:, f.,r ar.-'i: the 'r. -nil of '. hi. '" :. d.-t-i mil..- th- value ,.f the v r for , v oiei'vil pi.rpo.--es. Kv. vy 11. 1.-itii.it the v.. 1! li as drank of th. ' .'t. r. wl ii h l a- a sih-rht salty late. i' .ii-i; e 't iL'i'o'.i.'.'. in.- pia'i at ti ; hi. ' Sonday .Irani; two qunr-t;. id' the v.'in-r without anv iU eff.its. 'fhe loeitioll of the ..e!I. l,ei1L; ,,,,ly !'.. mih s.u'h of Sali'or.l. Would :i a propo -ition for a sanitarium f. ioide. it is thought tl'.'lt tile Well WE BIND Music Magazines Etc. jWe Rebind Books All Kinds IWcNEILGO. 126-128 V. Washington St. The PEOPLE with the GOODS opposite Court House conld he secured and a hotel erected, with a swimming pool and baths in connection, besides piping the water for drinking purposes. Permission has heen siven by the Hot Springs Oil Co., owners of the well, to J. M. Fos ter to erect b.uh houses at the well, j .Mr. I-'osur will start building at once, i aim. lie doubt the.f-nli rpnse w ill meet with success from the start. BUSINESS HOUSE WILL MOVE iT1ll, ,.V:, ,.,,. .,,, oi( ,,s ott. is injwii ifmvv about the first. of July, me c ' Ji i i from its present "iiiarters on the cor ner of Second and Washington (streets, to the opposite corner lior.th. formoriv occupied by the Boston I '.ostoll v - -- Ntcre. The storisoom is now occupied i by J. H. Long's hardware business, as well as the adjoining storeroom. Air. Long w ill retain the adjoining store- j room and also a part of the other ; storeroom, giving an opening on second street as wen. lie nas ,ri' .hat tired or is, fast doing o. from th including vc- i hides or large heavy hardware and is I confining 'Himself more particularly to shell goods so lie will reouire les 'storV'by the room. J he I- rauei change T.ill secure a better window I frontage lor display and be on the shady side of the street, which (-- lake its tines are important and win m tin- store more attractive than present location. LETTER OF INQUIRY. The city marshal his received a. bl-er of in- quir.v. fr.ftn -Mrs. h". Werliijg. of Haiti- more, who wishes to learn !' where- j abo ins of her son who when last heard J froin in-Ashland. Wisconsin, lb-! is about years of age and has brown ' hair -and bki .res. He weighs ;(bouf 1 1 1 ii pounds and is a machinist hi- oc- cupaii.in. Anvoiie having any knowl edge which jnight J.-ad to locating this mail should notify the city marshal. ' New Arrivals Laird- Schobu Company's -' r... Fine Oxfords for Ladies Look where you maj 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. DEEHL Shoe Co. POLICE BUSINESS-The f...-. in L-i'ist ol riiisines was trronnd out '.'.- lerday :' tie- :i..iice court: l-'rau .1 .1.....1 a-- 10" ! and 1..1 ,, 1 . ,,1, mil-., v..... ; -..r.- N'.'IM 7. were I also fin.-il or fi'-e .lavs ATTENDING COUT. A iiimi; the alpirn-'s '. the city in all. -ml. nice ai th- supreme court la-re are: ll. nry f. Aslmrst and fc." S. I of I'i.iKStaff : i:. K. Morrison. I'aul Kurks. T. C'.N'ir pis of l're-ifott: S !.. l'atte a Mi i'r.in-i-i-- llariinae .if Tm-fini and J. lines Ki 'llv Tombstone. AZTEC CLUB. Th.-re will be a meeting of the Aztec Club this l.' ellillU' ill ils rcoiiis 01 ll.e II' Mel .'..(lalUS, for the p.in'ose of el.-etini,' officers and ruriln r p.-.rfei tici; its i.'K.'.n.ii..'.itioii. 1 Xotiees Were sent out Saturday to all j whose names wre tie n enrolled hut ' sim-e tht time about fiffy n-w npidi- cants have siun.-.l the roll, too late t. receive, a notice. COUNCIL MEETING. Th. citv council . In Id last night w h;iKn'.i;;!it be, a!l?il wi'ih "prejudice a "coiiversat ion ,'il" sesfioii. There was a very cxtend !' ami. deliberate conference ever one . r t w mat ters. notably the ordinance fixing the r.ii.s for irrigation water, but at the end of it it was thought that si ill more light might be had by furllcr inquiry so the subject was re ferred back to the commill",. again for repui'.v at lij" next meeting which VSll be' la id a' week from Wednesday , X estj.UIS. ta.4. night. Several oilier one e" . etc., W e'l'e dis llssed i II I'ol" 1 1 la 1 1 ' and defj-rr.il. une thing that wasjf done was to grunt the JieMimd l.uni- jX bcr company's petition for tin- privi- V .f 'moving its wagon scales fi mi -ourtb avenue and Madison street to . .vr,, 'f.-Vbificts. .-,11 pressed, read v I'hird avenue and Juckson street. Two;y . . oth-r erv. impoilafct tUitigs .wereinot don.-.' ( inn was lh.- rem-st -.of Pros- per llenloui lor .the repayment ol t no 1 iineafn.-d nortion of his saloon license ' t, inop.y. The other w as the appoint-' 111. -in of y.ig I'. Kilgol'e to siicced lien, I V St..koei-di-iv.T in the fire department on the. r"iiiest'of Pioneer ' Hose com-(miiy.'N-. .1. ;S.tokoe's 1 .Isisnntjon dia.f not yet reai lied the council so Mr. kiigore's application was laid over. Standard tires at 25 per cent off Repairing. Linscy's, 112 U. Adams. . . . rl m mw - B I 11?"s;ieKriSS ,l'P, ,. m A GUUU AKUM III' : can make U - . I 1 1 If ?i . ,i . : t 1 1 1 11 1 sn n 1 1 ill) :ir tin t in i! I j 0f t.Cn dollar mail. ,-V' .'"jfj A gOOU CllgraVCr Clin "w;-i . c il' . m.iiv- .1 " j'i dollar shoe look as well Mill : ;ias a seven dollar shoe, fii but he can't put the ij1! value into the shoe ?u ; f 11 f sfn,.. Uut iha s1loe 10CS its OWI1 tnlkt'ntr ' . M"l : J ' ' hpt Look at the Stetson Shoe and wear one pair and jiji) j4gii, you'll readily see why so many people pay Stetson j- ,.. f; prices for Stetson Shoes. mil Stetsons cost from $5.50 to $9.00 the pair. lint : --C'v rr-r - , ... n.'. ', ., 0,i - . THAT PURE A VERY SWEET SALE our entire stock of LOWNEYS and CONTINETAL CANDIES to He closed out this week at - preat reduction in prie.-. s. if you like the best candy coine in and get your share. ' - , So cent b.jxes pale price 'Gr 7."i cent boxes snle priire 5." a'l cent boxen s-.ile i-ice IOC 4n cent cent boxes sale jirice .;OC The ElVEY ST. lent boxes ;METT Service ELVEY & HULETT Quality Druggists A mail order if you can't come. OUR COOL COMFORTABLE STORE I l1 ;t,M :! i : VA J i' LP 1 i a Complete line of Buggy Tops for summerweath er. Look us over for Harness and Saddlery Goods of every descrip tion. H. PORTER I SADDLE AND HARNESS CO. i SPURS AND BITS. ' .- 40 West Washington St. I ' Telephone Red 131. WASHINGTON DEMOCRATS. Are Struggling With the Question of Prohibiti on. ' M'ouniy of .Mari.feia. ss. May IV At l' .."clock i;,.f..re me, c. s. Scott, a notary pub democrat convention bad- j jn. and for said county, Arizona I Jfl-'illllO. . . 1 ; ..1 1 11... j 1 ' l littl pto-ress mi the mlopuon of platform, while th- selection of national deloiral i-n is far off. th Tile li.iior plank is still the center of a hitter li.'ht. The majority re port of the coiiiiniMo. resolutions aiKises an amendment to the state constitution prohibiting the manufac ture or sale of liipiors within the borders of the slate. An all niiflit' session seems in prospect. - SUBMISSION CARRIED. Spoi-ai.e. May lv After as st .-nv a s, s.si ,,, a.' was eve- s in a con vention hall in this stale, th- demo cratic slate convention tonight adopt ed a i.l.mk deelarini; for submission to .w-H-K'WIW V Which is conceded by thinking men is its own 1 roof of superiority. M.-n who know what superfine tailoring is, also know how rare it is, Keii the payment of high prices does not alvays get it. Even ex- I aspruting waiting does not alw ays never gets it. There are few men re-emin pee ot our garments. .,1 ,. is n"rkcd in plain figures. ThslcOoygail&OassouGo Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Men's Furnishings, X 30 and 32 .-M"M-'M-H"HM-K' B . M WW . 1 - a- -o-: : : ! ' ' " '! - -m i ten fr LJ ..ystM Wc can't make the picturV; ;hoe docs its own talk;nr. o ;ai; "t.: r'' -SV rar' -tr' n;3r i' -'3 7. '--ou ."-.;.l'--..V.,,. SODA WATER US :sa.hi prire 25 thu voters fif an nmendmont to the i coiistiiiiii..n of the proposition forhid f ilint; the sale or manufacture of spir 1. ituous liquors, yiit-ther by oversight I or by ili sinn. nothing was saiil about Vilnius or malt ilrinks. A double lele I cation of twenty, each with half a vote, was el'-cteil to the national ron I voiiiieii an, I instrulceil to vote for I Ihyan. AMENDMENT TO THE ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE ARIZONA PUBLISHING COMPANY. Know all men by these prespts. That ,v. .- ihe undersigned. h. rby certify thai a'diic and regularly railed meeting of all of tie- stockholders of The Ari :1011a Publishing company, each and every stockholder .if said company votinjr in the alfirmative. article III and article 'l of the articles of incor poration of said company were ameni!"d to raad as follows: j AI'.TICI.K III. ; The amount of the capital stock of I this (ompany shall be one hundred ' thousand dollars 1 $lM,fi..) divided i into o::e tho::salid shares, of the par lvalue of one hundred dollars ($U'0) 1 each. I AUTIi'I.K VI. I Th liishest amount of indebtedness j or liability t" which this corporation ! is at anv time t" subject itself is ; sixty thousand dollars ( Jtin.m.'O.) In witness whereof we have hereun to set . iir hands as president and Sec li'tary of said corporation and caused tiie corporate seal to be hereunto af 1i:,d an l attested by the Secretary of said corpo ration. CBiilili: W. VIi'KKP.S, President. Attest: A. Vv'. KDWARDS, Secretary. TeiTitory - Arizona, ; Territory, on this day personally ap- ipeaiid (Jeorue W. Vickers and A. V. 1 d'var.is. known to me to be the per sons whose names are subscribed to the :'oi .' .'iiiK instrument as president and secretary, respectively of the cor poration described in the foregoing in strument, and acknowledged to me that they executed the same for said cor poration for the purposes and Consid erations therein expressed, as its free act and deed, and by each of them vol untarily executed. liiv.a under my hand and seal of old ice, his Uth day of May, A. 1. 190S. ('. S. Si'DTT, Notary Public. My commission expires Jan. 17, 1911. insure it.. Paying too litji for it who do not know of the undisputed u e snow our garments irora uusi- to put on, every article in our store W. Washington St. The Kodak Way is the Daylight Way .By-the new process-of Tank Development yhn do away with the stuffy dark room, the terror of so many amateurs, ' and finish your pictures whenever 'and wherever convenient. ' Perfectly simple in manipulation, simply perfect in resulti ; Eastman Tank Developers for the roll films. PrejinQ Tank.pevtjl "opers for the film packs. . . , Let us explain the process to you. t The Store That Carrie the Stock. MILLER-STERLING CO. Successors to E. L. Andrews & j Gasoline Range The Best Summer Made Come and See Operation Armour's 1 . Shampoo Soap It leaves the hair soft Try a box THE ADAMS T IM HOTEL ADAMS. PRESCRIPTION The Crescenl s AT O iC A. Co -. fl" O : O . . e : 00 The Phoenix to v imuiHUiHiiiirniiiiiiiintiniHiinnJHy S . IF YOU WIL TRY Garter Ink 5 v 7V . ..".7 ' Oe CELEBRATED RIBBONS AND S CARBONS you will be pleased E S ivith them. for they are the S "Best on the Market." AVe have 5 the exclusive agency. I CHAIN'S 1 E STATIONERY AND NEWS CO. E S 11-13 N. Center St. S 55 r.muiniHiiniiiHuiiuins.iiiJiiiiiiiiHiinr. GILLETTE The Tailor Carries the Largest Stock of Goods in Arizona. 17 W. ADAMS ST. t is r?? ,jj in It will pay you to see The Light Bi cycle, with Haley Noll Skid Tires he fore you buy a hike. Reading, Stand ard, Light, Curtiss & Indian Motorcy cles. .Tires. Sundries and Repairing. ARIZONA MOTOR CO. Phone Red 537. 31 So. 1st Ave. THE DEN For Sunday Dinner Cool, Cosy and Unique Over Berryhills Washington and First Sts. 3 ii , ft U Son. 9-11 East Washington St. 1 : . . 1 Quick Meal 1 Cook Stove Them in Talbot Hubbard'; Hardware Stse Supertax in spite of our hard wattr at 25c. per PHARMACY ANDREW H. MILLER, MGR. 'f SPECIALIST. . Jewelry Store Jewelry Store r rm ,We.arigoiiig out of the High Grade Candy Business and to ."t out are offering "N'in tl.rop M. linker s I'ine Chocalates at the following $l-,f0 boxes at S5c boxes at 5ie boxes at 60tf Buy a box for your girl. Berrytiill's Big Bock Store -The Thirsty Man's Retreat .... ...,...(,.. :v - :.- VV J- CALYPSO. The Imported French Percheron Black Stallion will ni.-lKe the season of 190S Tuesdays and Saturdays at the PaM Alto Stables, balance of week at thej home ranch. Also the Jack, Napoleon, will standi at the ranch. For terms applv to W. B. H0R0VITZ, Owner. R. F. D. 3. I Mighty Busy But we always have time to i jv But we always have time to J srive prompt attention to every j customer. , Fresh Goods Is ever our slotrsn. Give me vour order this time In STAPLE GROCERIES. FRUITS. VEGET ABLES, BUTTER, EGGS. Prompt delivery- Satisfaction goes with each order. Always open until 7 o'clock. Arthur Wetzler T Thone Black PCI. X 3.", Y. Wnsh. Pf. IT A