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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN FRIDAY 3IORXIX(i, MAY 21), 1908. Headers, Mowers, Rakes are the Best SICK HEAQAGHi CARTER'S SPITTLE II PILLS. Positively cured by these Little rills. They also relievo Dis tress from Dyspepsia. In digestion and Too Hearty Eating. A perfect rem edy tor ptalncss. Nausea, Drowsiness, Bad Taste In tliu Month, Coated Tocf-ue, Pain In the Side, TORPID LIVER. Tncy regulate tne Bowels. Purely Vegetable. SMALL PILL SMALL COSE. SMALL PRICE. CARTERS IflVER 1st5- CURE SICK HEADACHE. Genuine Must Bear Fa:-Simile Signature AN OLD f AVORNE IS GRtETEb AGAIN '. B. MuEScy Is Going to Give the Nightingales and Meadow Larks j and Mocking Birds Another Run For Fame in These Parts. OE iwnr 20E SO Ezra W. Thayer, 124-130 E. Wash. St. 127-133 E. Adams St A DOUBLE HEADER Al PARK TOMORROW All Stars vs. Grays and Y. M. C. A. vs. Phoenix Slated Big Turnout Looked For. Tomorrow Prescott and Phoenix will engage in mortal combat at Eastlake park, when, the Grays will meet the All Stars of the City league. It is said that Prescott is coming down with Los Angeles reinforce ments, with determination to - win both games and take the big part of the pot of money. The Prescott pa per has had little to say as to the lineup, so that is being kept dark. From the way some of the Pine City " fans are blowing there will be noth ing to it but a cleanup in the Phoenix- ball yard. For a while it was intimated that the Grays, some of them, lfcid been associating too much with John Barleycorn, and ending in booting the ball at critical times. However, orders went forth to dip no more their beaks in the mug of suds and shun all things coming through the rye. In response to this mandate, the Grays have cut out rum omelets and cottage puddings inlaid with mint sauce. They have spurned the gentle soothing of barbrr's lotions for fear the bayrum would in some way be their undoing or the razor artist spill a bottle down their furry throats. Just to what limit this has gone there is no guessing except from ex cerpts from the Journal-Miner's line I of dope. Most of it must be con sidered a joke on somebody. Where the Joke will land Saturday and Sun day is still a matter of doubt. ' The All Stars have missed no chance for conditioning and getting the kinks out of their arms. Every day they have spent some little time at Eastlake park in fielding and pat ting practice and Captain Tebben is very well satisfied with the show ing of all the men. The Y. M. C. A nine has also been shaping up, and is hardened sufficiently for the seven inning game which it will I piny against the other team chosen out of the City league. The Y. M. C. A. nine is keyed up to the high est tension and is anxious to lay it I over its opponent. The first game J will start at two o'clock. It is un derstood that most of the stores will close from noon till six o'clock since it is Hex-oration Way. Some move along that line will probably be tak en today. The M. & P. will give the 50-cent rate for the round trip from Mesa and 33 cents from Tompe both days. A number of bills were sent to the southside yesterday for distribution. IAILY FASHION BY MAY MANTGN A SIMPLE FROCK FOR SUMMER DAYS. SIMPLE frocks with Ion lines are always desira ble for the ymmget C'rli and this one is exception al y graceful and attractive wh le it involves very little labot in the making. TTaist and skirt are cut n one and confined i by a pretty belt while the ma terial is bordered chambray worn over a gutmpe ot em broidered batiste. The chambray U in the lovely Ehade of o'd rose that is so becoming and ro youthful and the border is cut off and applied over the sk rt and s'.eeves, and is stitched into place. Also tr.ere are big pearl buttons h-ch add greatly to the effect. The dress will re iound one of the extremely available sort, however, and can be utilized in so many was at to make frocks that are entirely different in effect. Plain char, ' ray, gingham or percal: made with trimming only at the r.e:k ar,d sleeve edges means a very simple, useful ittle dress aacled to morning and to play, while as illustrated the frock is eminently attractive and dainty for afternoon occasion . Lawns " and batistes as veil as the heavier materials can be utilized. For a girl of eight yearj of a?e will be required Z yards of bordered lawn 40 inches wide, or 4 lj yards ot plain material 24, 3 '' yards 32 or 2'4 yards 44 inches wide for the dress 2'i yards 27 inches wide for the euimpe. A May Man ton pattern. No. 6004, sires 4 to 10 years, will be mailed to any address by the Fashion Department of this paper on receipt ot ten cents. (If in haste send an add tional two cent stamo for letter postage which insures more prompt delivery.) FILL OUT THIS BLANK. . 130. . AHIZOXA REPUBLICAN', Phoenix. Arizona Please order for me, 10 cents herewith to cover your charges: Pattern No Size Name , 'Address '. NOTE: These Patterns are. ordered for you from Chicago and require about 10 days to get them to you. TRYING TO SAVE HIS LIFE. When we say that Sexine Pills are responsible for many a happy per son in this world today we are not exaggerating a bit. There lis no tonic i builder eiiual to Sexine Pills. Show me a person who cannoi ue resmreu. to strength and steady nerves with Sexine Pills, and I will show you that it will not cost you a cent to try them, for they are guaranteed. Price $1 a box, C boxes $5.. Sold by Elvey & Hulett, where they sell all the principal remedies and do not substitute. . . o DIXON'S TRIP TO PACIFIC. ILLINERY You can buy the Highest ' Grade Millinery for less J during this week at Cloak and f Suit House I r-H-H-M-K-H-v-H-H-HK "Clansman" Author and His Play Will Visit Coast For the First Time. Thomas Dixon, Jr.. author of "The Clansman." leaves New York next week on his lirst trip to California, preceding by only a lew months the first visit of "The Clansman" to the Pacific coast. Mr. Dixon is well known in this section, however, through his famous novels. "The CJar.sman" and "The Leopard's Spots," from which "The Clansman" as a play was dra matized and produced under the direc tion of George II. I.rennan. Mr. Dix on's object in visiting California is to get "atmosphere' and "local color" for a new novel the scenes of which are laid in the great west. It is to be regretted that Mr. Dixon's business in California will not permit of his delivering any addresses, since he Is one of the foremost public speakers in the country. Thomas Dixon. Jr.. was born in Shelby. X. C. about, forty-four years ago and came of a family of noted preachers. His fattier, Rev. Thomas Dixon, Sr., is still the most powerful r-vivalist in the western part of the state, (me of his brothers is Rev. A. C. Dixon. astor of Moody Memorial church. Chicago. Another brother is Rev. Frank Dixon, the, former liighly popular pastor and pulpit orator of Oakland. California. As a child Thomas Dixon saw the mysterious Ku Klux pass his door and learned much of Its secret workings through his uncle who was high In the councils of tile order, lte was in I turn lawyer, clergyman, literary man. lecturer, dramatist. He left his high position as Baptist clergyman and prince of lyeeum lecturers to tell the story of the KuKlux Kian in his nov els ami plavs, as he remembered it fr m boyhood days. Mr. Dixon's "Clansman" has been witnessed by more than three million people and though he did not attempt play-writing before reaching middle life he is probably the most successful dramat ist in America today. Friends of F. B. Mussey who have heard him tunjng up his pipes lately and have beeti wondering what it all meant, will be pleased to know that he is again to entertain the Phoenix public from behind the footlights, with his ' incomparable and highly melodious voice. It isn't everybody in Phoenix who knows Mr. Mussey can sing, or ever could sing, or ever even tried to sing, but there are still a lot of the older residents who can testify that he could, did and un doubtedly can sing again. Confiden tially, the reporter has been told anil quite authoritatively, that he can sing now better than he ever could before, first because he has had a twelve year rest, and secondly, be cause he has recently been putting his vocal chords through a course of training they never had before. The result has been the untangling of all the old knots that were never straightened before and the tuning up of all the strings that have been slumbering in disuse. All this preparation has been made, consentient upon Mr. Mussey's en- I gagement with the management of j the Airdome theater, to warble on j Sunday nights sit so much per. The Airdome. though it gives Sunday ! night entertainments, confines them j to music and pictures, cutting out all vaudeville atid freneral comedy stunts, and Mr. Mussey has been em- J ployed as a special artist for these j Sunday nlpht performances. He sings descriptive songs mainly, such for in- fstanee as Velvet TfTHl K.igs. wlilcli will be a selection for next .Sunday night. It was Mr. Mussey's voice that brought him to Phoenix, not the lack of it as in the case of many who have h.td good voices, lost them and came here in the hope of finding. them again. He was a member of one of the first summer stock com panies that came to this country, holding forth at Eastlake park, and his specialty was sinking. He was a great success at it, too, and became so much of a favorite that when the i season was over he wasn't afraid to settle ijown here and call it home. That was twelve years ago-and he has been here ever since and as far as that goes he expects to continue to stay here and run his photograph gallery. But he cAn't print pictures on Sunday nights and when the red lights of the Airdome Illuminated the heavens the old stage struck feeliniij came back. He limbered up his neck j and found there was still merit in J it. so he took it .i a specialist and had it thorough) overhauled. He was delightel wiHi the information! that it was better than the old .sins- j lug machine he laid aside twelve; years ago and has dec ided that it ' will I, safe to try it on the 1'hoenlx public. Those who think he can't sing are dared to go to the Airdome next Sunday night, and If he don't show them, well there'll be no mon ey back at the gatt anyway. That is the chance the public has to wgaer I against Mr. .Mussey h voice. Grasp this Opportunity Young Man O ;rs-i 3PP and select your Summer Suit now. If you want the latest style in clothes you'll find it here. There will be Just the correct number of buttons on the coat; just the right length; just the proper roll to the lapels; just the correct curve to the trous ers and the right cut to the entire suit Then last but not least, the prices are right. Part muar Two Piece Suits from $10.00 to $30.00 Three Piece Suits from $12.50 to $40 o OE You'll do Better at Outfitters to Men and Boys Smokers 0 Ceilings Vehicle and Harness Co. Is receiving new goods dally. Staver, Union City and Dut Buggies. Bain and Turnbull heavy Wagons. A big stock of light and heavy Spring Wagons. We manufacture all of our Harness and carry a big stock to se lect from. Trunks. Suit Cases and everything in leather goods. Na vajo Blankets in all sizes. We do all kinds of upholstering of Furni ture and Buggies. Collings Vehicle and Harness Co. East Adam next door to Adams HoteL ask for Little Tom Cigars 5c San VENICE OF AMERICA "Venice of America is fourteen miles from Los Angeles. The most unicue Beach resort on the Pacific coast. Among it's mani' attractions is the largest dance pav ilion in the world, the largest skating rink In the world and the largest and finest bath house and plunge on the Pacific coast. Open all the time. One of the advantages that Venice has over resorts is the fact that one can secure at a most moderate cost, beautiful and attractive villas and bungalows ranging from seventeen dollars and a half to thirty-five dol lars a month, which includes light, water and laundry. These villas are situated on the Venice yanals, con veniently near to the ocean. Venice is also well supplied with first-class restaurants at popular pric es and every thing that goes to make up for a high class Seaside resort. Those who wish to bring teams, will find first class stable accommodations at moderate prices. Perhaps one of the greatest attrac tions of Venice is it's equitable rli mate. From May until November, the thermonmeter hardly varies. To those who wish to secure a pleasant summer vacation for moderate costs, Venice of America certainly should be it. ARKLET5 LEADS' Eruy the BcnHurBraxukr andb convinced liS '--5 1 UEtNHUP.PEPPER L H PP & I rlESIUiaSHCES u r r rJXjimmmm ORSALE AT YCTJR GROCER iry M,',:1 r.'i ' n 'i oar ace i Hard Walks WE SET THE PACE. CHIROPODIST. Painless removal of Corns. BO cents each. Bunions, Moles and Warts, removed by electricity. Ingrow ing Toenails a spe cialty. Men, Ladies and Children treated day or evenings. Between First and Center Sts. FRANK SH l'hone Red IRLEV. for cleaning and repairing automo biles, rtthers are compelled to follow. No matter what's wrong with your car we'll give it our attention skill ful, experienced attention and we'll not drive you into bankruptcy with our charges. CJiven an opportunity, we will prove this assertion. 1S& SOUTHWESTERN AUTO CO. Phone Main 345 225-239 W. Wash. E. W. BACON, Manager. St. I.T. Hosey Broker STOCKS, BONDS, GRAIN AND COTT&N Wo buy or sell anything listed Tor you 40 N. First St. Phoenix Phono Main 282 Made Easy BEAR'S Foot Powder is the best Tired and Sweaty Feet. You get it at for 'dice E, S. Wakelin Grocer Go. Distributors THE BEAR DRUGSTORE OPP. CITY HALL. Send your mail order here B p.. mv sssss ' Pumps and I dii nee "the best always" Gxfords 1 During Warm Weather . when every family wants the best foods prepared with the least anxiety, it Is well to call attention that PERFECT OR DAISY FLOUR. wTTl give the best re sults In the bread stuff line,' and you will always v have .sweet, light, healthy BREAD BOTH BRANDS OF FLOUR. FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS Manufactured by VALLEY FLOUR MILLS. Phoenix, Arizona. " The White House Clothing Co. I' 214-216 E. Wash. St We are making a specialty of X India Linens in black and f white and plain - and figured lawns. A great variety of long, short and riding gloves for ladies. Our line of suits for gentle men is complete. A full line of trousers for summer wear. A full line of trunks and suit cases. THIS IS INVENTORY WEEK WITH US, WHICH MEANS WE HAVE NO TIME TO WRITE ADS. WE PURPOSE MAKING THIS THE BIG BARGAIN GIVING WEEK OF THE SEASON WITHOUT QUOTING ITEMS. EVERY DEPARTMENT IN THE HOUSE HAS UNEARTHED SOME GOOD THING, WHICH THE TRADE MAY HAVE AT VERY SPECIAL PRICES. WE MIGHT ALSO SAY THAT AT OUR SUIT AND COAT ANNEX WE ARE HANDING OUT SOME VERY EXCEPTIONAL VALUES IN WHITE WAISTS, LINGERIE DRESSES, AND MANY OTHER ITEMS IN WOMEN'S READY TO WEAR OUTER APPAREL. VISIT BOTH OUR STORES AND SEE FOR , YOURSELVES. WE . QUOTE JUST A FEW ITEMS BELOW. 5PEC1AUY 4 Chronic , 4 ( Diseases. CONSULTING PHYSICIAN. i SUCCESSFUL. nrttlOD. RciiABLE. SKILLFUL. '"WJiSllt 10 pes. bleached LONSDALE "V muslin sale at 10f 25 pes. standard 13c ginghams, all colors and patterns for childrens and ladies dresses, sale at ., Qd ir pes. genuine Scotch ginghams, were 23c yd., ' several colors in striped patterns ,only, 'le at 15 15 pes. fine figured dress lawns were 10 and 12 l-2c, all new patterns, sale al..(J l--4 Our entire.stock of ladies' and children's par asols, white and colors, plain or fancy, to , suit all fad fancies, sale at IS OFF 27 inch RAJAH SILK in champagne, green and natural plain or with satin stripes, $1.00 quality, sale at 60 0 A DU ATE OF Harvard medical CoLLEGE.fi one cftmebem- intmeWchlo. .j EXPERIENCE AND KNOWLEDGE Tell the Story Dr. Ilililiard lias been in the same Inealiiv lnr many years. 8ui'ies!.ful and reliable he liiis won tlie initille coniidenre. His -oieeei.!! is built upon Mlillity and reliability. The c ured patient brini: Another anil a eontinunui, rtiixl i permanent cures thoroughly rstaMihe one as hayiim a reputation for SUPERIOR SKILL" i ouugiim Blood Poison. Nerv.. Vilal ni hility. I'ehie li-.ai-e. eontnu ted ailments. ALL OaNATUHAL DISCHARGES olmu: the urethra ami all irritation of the urinary traet pertaining to the prostrate uland. Bladder and Kidneys as the res 'lit of inllamatory enuili ti, .is are reniuvcil and sound, healthy tissues e-tatlished. thereby leaving the parts fullv resto e l as intended by nature. t'nncer and external (rrow tha removed with out the kniie or severe measures. Dr. Ililihard, Hilibard buililinst, South Second Avenue. Phuer.ix, Arizona. Consulta ion Free. Hours lti-12. 1-3. 6-7 If you want everyone to greet you With a smile upon his face. Carry Crystallized Cactus Canry, From Do tafrio'i placa.