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At Last It Is Here The Royal Brown White Lined Cook ing Crockery has arrived. We have put this splendid ware an sale. See our east show" window, 1 Handled Sauce Pans 15c, 20c, 25c Mixing Bowls, 20c, 25c, 35c and 65c.' Pudding Dishes 15c, 20c, 25c, 35c. i 6 in. Shirred Egg Dishes, 15c I 934 in. Pie Plates, 20c ' Cream Pitchers, 20c. trCustards or Individual Bean Pots, 10c and 15c , This is very beautiful cooking ware and is very popular. BUY INSURANCE GASOLINE STOVES. Davidson's Gash Store 22 to 24 West 'Wash. St. PHOENIX ARIZONA. THE MAN WHO LOVES to read should le certain to have his eyes tested if the jrint blurs or bis head aehes, or the eyes tire. Properly fitted glasses will relieve it our kind. DR.E.iVSUNSON ARIZONA'S LEADING OPTICIAN Thirst Quenching Phosphates When you're tired and hot and thirsty we do not think there is anything which will quench your thirst and refresh you as well as a glass of our delightful Phosphates so fresh so cold so reviving. All flavors LARSON DRUG CO. N. W. Cor. Center & Wash. e The Bake Shop For the manufacturing of the best class of baking goods we have the most complete plant in the territory AVe guarantee all of our goods to be clean, wholesome and absolutely pure. HOME BAKING CO. M. J. PETTID, Manager. Cheap Fruit Jars . Wide Mouths Hermetic Seated Cold Water Process Keeps Fruit Intact Write or Phone M 181 Monger Bros, Company. - For Trunk, Suit Case or Bag. The best and the cheapest 4:1 3 W. Wash. Phone Red 394. THE PHOENIX TRUNK FACTORY. - I'M czc I OF LOCAL INTEREST J TO SUBSCRIBERS. If you do not get good delivery service of The Re publican, phone us, if you miss your paper any morning and phone us be fore ten o'clock we will send a special messenger to you with the pai-r. The Republican has determined that its de livery service shall be the verv best possible, and all kicks will be cared fur at once. Phone Main 4?. k! OF P. MEETING. Phoenix Lodge No. 2, Knights of Pythias w ill meet in regular session tonight. Two promi nent young men will receive the third rank. A JEROME VISITOR. Mrs. Tom Taylor arrived from Jerome a day or i two ago and is visiting Phoenix friends ;while her husband is in Tucson at tending the democratic convention. . FOR A SHORT VISIT. Mrs. Josiah Alkire of Pomona. California is paying (Phoenix a short visit on her way east for an extended stay. She is the guest of her sons frank and George Alkire. NEW NOTARIES. C. W. Graves of Parker, Yuma county; George K. Tral les of Tucson, and Otto H. Herold of Xogales, have been appointed notaries public by Governor Kibbey. CIGAR STOCK IN. The Baswitz Cigar company which opened a new pool room recently has now put in a fine new stock of cigars and tobaeeoes and smokers materials and proposes to do a w holesale and retail business, LADIES' TEA The ladies' Aid Society of the First M. K. church will hold a tea in the parlors of the churdi this afternoon from 2:u0" to 5 o'clock. Strangers especially are cordially invited. A GLOBE MINING SUIT. An im portant mining suit will come up for hearing at Globe tomorrow, the case of the Inspiration Mining company against C. X. Taylor. Alfred Franklin and P. H. Hayes representing the de fendant and Judge Haker for the plain tiff left for Globe last night. This action had its beginning In the land office where an adverse claim was filed to the defendant's application for a patent. MEMORIAL DAY EXERCISES. The annual Memorial day exercises will be held on Saturday according to the time honored custom. As usual the graves of the old soldiers will be decorated early in the morning under the direction of a committee of the Woman's Relief Corps. At 9:30 the members of J. W. Owen Post, G. A. R. will assemble at Veterans' hall and ac companied by members of the Relief Corps, the Confederate Veterans and escorted by the national guard, the In dian school band, leading, will march to the cemetery where the annual ser vices of decoration "w ill be held. Re turning to town the exercises of the day will take place at the City hall plaza where the address of the day will be delivesed by Rev. H. W. Wilk 1 inson. ' BACK FROM ROOSEVELT En gineer and Mrs. L. C. Hill and daughter Margaret returned from j Roosevelt yesterday. They were ac companied by Mrs. Blades, who has been living there for the last two years ami who will leave for Tuc son to visit a son who is attending the university, and from there pro Jceed to her former home in the east. 1 Asked concerning the situation at I Roosevelt, .Mr. Hill said they expect ; to turn the water through the sluic- ing tunnel in two or three days and i when that is done the flow over the dam will be stopped so Contractor 'O'Rourke can throw a force of men ;all over that structure and rush the laying of masonry. The gates in the sluicing tunnel have been fitted and put in good shape and all that is i necessary now is to clean out the 'debris, remove the dirt and boards 'from the upper end of the tunnel and let the water run. That work will take two or three days. ; IRON SPRINGS POST OFFICE "Address me at Iron Springs" will be a popular farewell expression after June 1, for on that date the-sum-i nier colony will be officially opened i with a postmaster on hand to receive the letter. The postoffiee will be ad ministered by lr. G. W. - Mills, who has been named by the Iron Springs company for that high and respon sible office, anil sworn in as a dep- j uty to K. E. Patton, w ho was for merly the postmaster in ' charge. It I is expected he will shortly be suc ceeded as postmaster by W. K.! James, an officer of the Iron Springs 1 association, and Mr. James will then -appoint Mr. Mills as his assistant. ; The Iron Springs postoffiee is a sort i f an exotic as it flourishes only in the summer time and freezes up ; every winter. Mr. Mills yesterday 'outfitted his office for the summer season, at least jvun supplies enougn to start business, from the wholesale postoffiee establishment of the United States government in this city, of which Col. J. H. McClintock is post master and general manager. It is understood though that he makes no discounts on jobbing orders, even when the cash accompanies the bill. -o- The White House Clothing will make a specialty Thursday and Friday of challie and plaid silk, ginghams waist patterns. Remnants of ging hams lawns and other goods. WE BIND Music Magazines Etc. We Rebind Books All Kinds McNEILCO. 126-128 W. Washington St. The PEOPLE with the GOODS opposite Court House , SUNDAY-SCHOOL PICNIC The Sunday-school of the Christian church held its annual picnic at Eastlake park yesterday. There were many friends ami visitors of other Sunday-schools and religious denominations present and participated in the pleasant ex ercises of the day. The chief feature in the list of interesting sports xand amusements was in boat riding on the lake, and this was doubtless eajoyed by evervone present. Only once did any thing occur to mar the pleasures of the j rowing on the clear and rippling water land that resulted without serious in jury. The Misses Hatlie Schuarz- haupt, Ida May Hicks - and Jewel Louthrcn were 'peacefully and happily gliding over the surface of the waters alone with the oarsman, when' Ida at tempted to pass from the .stern to the bow of the swiftly moving little craft and tripped and fell to the bottom, sustaining a sudden and painful bruise on the knee cap. But the accident and injury was of short duration as was evidenced by her walking away from the boat luuise after the landing. Both the pastor of the church and superin tendent of the Sunday-school were on the ground and saw that all had a boat ride and enjoyed themselves I in other siMirts of the day. The din jner was ample for all present and the 'menu consisted of everything the good housewife -ould invent or the soil of 'the valley produce. It had previously been the object of a num ber of young men to engage In a match game of base ball in the after noon, but a number of the players were absent and did not appear at all. But the day was a happy one, nevertheless, and left a happy impression on the minds of visitors and Sundav -school kind church people alike. Specialties in Ladies' Low Shoes and Oxfords We have certainly the finest dis play of oxfords and low cut shoes for women, it has ever been our privilege to offer our trade. We have recently added 20 NEW STYLES . comprising the NEW SMART and COR RECT STYLES from the best manufacturers of women's fine shoes known to the trade; shoes of unquestionable REPUTA-. TION for STYLE, FIT and WEAR. Carried in the sizes and widths to fit all feet. A range of prices from one fifty to six dollars, each the best of its kind. H. A DIEHL Shoe Co. THE BAPTIST PICNIC The an nual picnic of the Baptist Sundav school will be held at Eastlake park today. Arrangements have been made for boating and a great variety, of games. All are invited and are ask ed to bring baskets and partake of tne good time that is surely in store for all who attend. MACCABEES' DANCE The Ladies of the Maccabees will give an enter tainment, lunch and social dance in Moiczer's hall Saturday evening at fc::!0. The program will be given by Phoenix's best talent. Messrs. Oakcs and Massie will furnish the music. Baby Lelbenow will sing. Mrs. Mor ton and little daughter of the East lake stock company will assist with their able talent. A number of other selections will be given by the best talent of Phoenix. All are invited to attend. EXCURSION TO MESA For the benefit of those who were unable to hear the laughable comedy, 'The Maneuvers of Jane, wWch was so successfully given at the Dorris the ater last week, and on account of the many requests to repeat it, the play is to be put on in the new Vance theater in Mesa tonight. A special train wilf be run over from Phoenix and Tempe, starting fcom Phoenix at 6 o'clock and returning after the show. Round trip fare from Phoe nix aOc and from Tempe 33c. Man ager Vance has arranged for a dance after the show and good music will be furnished by an orchestra taken over from Phoenix. A SCHOOL GIRL'S RECORD May Owen Edwards, a member of the graduating class of the grammar school, has made a record in her studies which is doubtless equaled by few pupils in the United States. Her average in her work is 96, a remarkably close approach to perfec tion. For a long time It was doubt ful whether, she would not take sec ond place to Marjorie Jesunofsky, whose uverage is higher but covers a less volume of work. Miss May, the daughter of Mr. and A. W. Ed wards, is the valedictorian of her class tonight. COMMENCEMENT DAYS Begin ning next Monday will be commence ment week for the University of Ari- wssm The Hub' Mi - " Clothing: "Made in New York" with the same , Care and Attention to De m 111 tails as ail i 1 unrrecT uioTnes 9 iwien Having MM m M Correct Clothes for M en THAT PURE JUNE BEAUTIFUL JUNE The ELYEY tuLElf Service OUR COOL COMFORTABLE STORE . if ,i - 'ft- , WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF DUSTETIS, BUGGY CANOPIES AND .OTHER SUMMER GOODS. LOOK OVER OUR LINE OF SINGLE AND DOUBLE DRIVING HARNESS BE- i FORE BUYING. N. PORTER 8ADDLE AND HARNES8 CO. 8PURS AND BITS. 40 West Washington St. Telephone Red 131. zona. As a prelude to it there will be thi annual military exhibition tomor row atternoon and a reception in the evening by the Gamma Phi Sigma. The baccalaureate sermon will be preached on Sunday evening at the First Methodist church in Tucson by Kev. Henry Martyn Campbell of this city. The. alumni dinner will take place on Mondav evening followed by the reception of the Delta Phi Fraternity. The president's reception will be held the iollowing evening. The com mencement exercises proper will take place on "Wednesday evening. The ad: drejis will be delivered by Professor Howard J. Hall of Lcland Stanford Jr. University and formerly a member of the faculty of he University of Arizona. GRAMMAR SCHOOL EXERCISES The closing exercises of the grum mar schools will be held this even ing In the Dorris opera house, be ginning promptly, at 8 o'clock. .Ad mission will be by ticket only, as announced in these cojumns hereto fore, though the announcement has leen erroneously made elsewhere that the public generally would be invit ed. The tickets are all issued by the pupils of the school, as the capacity of the . building is only large enough for the children and their relatives The 30 and 32 W. K s,tnA-" ' .H"i,,HuHHnH-.fr.M--M--r A".'f'sV'"'AWVV'.'VVfJ' ,.!, .. v". fx mi Specials ii f rn the Label 53 m SODA WATER To be beautiful in June use CREAM PHONE OF FLOWERS 50c JAR, and you will be soft and white. It's harmless, contains no mineral or acids. We carry almost every Toilet arti cle advertised. ELVEY & HULETT Quality Druggists A mall order if you can't come. MAIN I i uiiiinimnuninniniimninnniinimn. : I'S S !g Have you seen the latest in B POST CARD FRAMES? Very S I E neat only 15 CENTS EACH. S I 3 Also have 5 ' ! Post Card Albums 1 and liodak Albums i s -'- i S in various kinds and prices at er 1 CRAM'S STATIONERY AND NEWS CO. 11-13 N. Canter St. Sinninniuiuiiiiiiuuuuiiuiniiiniiiiiin ! and immediate friends. The program is designed chiefly to entertain those assembled, showing what the chil dren can do, but in no sense will it indicate what they have learned dur ing the school year, only in part. It will be largely a musical program. In the schools vocal music only is taught, though there will be many piano selections tonight. There will be recitations and other pleasing numbers, but it would be -impossible to present a program in one even ing showing the achievements of eighty pupils in a school year. It is therefore merely an entertainment in recognition of the event of school closing and the passing of the chil dren into higher classes. The pro gram as printed in The Republican Wednesday morning was correct tMough there should have been added to it the fact that Miss Gladys Toney won the honors of valedictorian in ttie "mid-year" class, which will be present tonight with the class only now finishing its work, to receive di plomas. APPLICATION FOR COMMUTA TION. H. J. Groce of Tucson, a negro who kjlled his wife at the depot in that city, Nov. 20, 1906, alleging that she had not been true to him, was on Wednesday sentenced for the second time by Judge Campbell, to be hanged for his crime. After his first sentence the case was appealed to the supreme court vwhich sustained the lower court necessitating the re-sentence. Some time ago, after the action of the su preme court was made known, counsel for Groce fileT"vvith Governor Kibbey. an application for a commutation of senteni"o life imprisonment. Xo date has been fixed for a hearing on the ap plication, but it probably will be set before long as July 17 is given as the fcdate for his execution. BAND CONCERT. The Industrial Lberty band will give its usual mid week concert this evening, on the porch of the Ford hotel. Men's Shop Here you may buy anything and everything in this line that you may need. Our stock is bought from the very best markets; all the styles are . fresh and new the quality is honest and worth every cent of the prrce. We are vain enough to think there isn't another1 store quite so good as this one. We would like your trade. McDougall & Gassou Go. I Clothing, Shoes, Hats and' Men's Furnishings Washington St. Edison Records for Jvme are now In'. Make, your selection while the stock Is completed Between Records let us talk Kodakraphy with you. The ben efit of our experience is yours to command. THE STORE THAT CARRIES THE STOCK. MILLER-STERLING CO. Successors to E. L. Andrews & Son. 9-11 East Washington St Something New Under the Sun At last w have it in the . new REMINGTON REPEATING. SHOTGUN, 1908 MODEL, which has just been placed on the mar- ket by the REMINGTON ARMS CO. We have the" first of these guns in town. - It embodies many new and novel feature In a repeating shot gun, and represents the highest development of the ginmaker's art. REMINGTON QUALITY fully covered by the REMINGTON GUARANTEE. HAMMERLESS SIX SHC SOLID BR TAKE DC SIMPLE MECI., JlSM Whether or not you are and let us show it to you. COLD SODA Does quench thirst. We draw a LIVE cold glass out, of our NEW fountain. THE ADAMS PHARMACY IN HOTEL ADAMS. ANDREW H. MILLER, MGR. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALIST. t.,;.,H"H"H"H"frH M1 H I 1 1 1 1 The Crescent A n 2 . t S? COO O - The Phoenix Hot Weather ! Breakfast Foods Save unpleasant heat and be healthy by eating WHEAT BERRIES TOASTED CORN FLAKES ' MAPLE FLAKES DR. PRICES GRAPE NUTS SHREDDED WHEAT Wetzler's Gash Grocery Phone Black 961. J . . . 35 w. wasn. St. J H-M-I-H H H- I 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 H-I-H- SPECIAL SLEEPER. The Santa t will run special sleepers from Phoenix through to Chicago on June 3 and 9 Nearly all the space has been reserved in the one going on the 3d. but the sleeper of the 9th has still a few berths remaining which will be taken up in the next few days. Phoenix, Ariz.. May 27. 190S Having sold our interest in the Cal ifornia restaurant to my partner and M. Kamada, S. Inaba we wish to thank the people for their liberal patronage in the past nine years that we have been identified with said restaurant and we would bespeak a continuance of your favorable consideration for our successors, O. Saito & Co., who will have full control of the California res taurant after June 1st, 1908. O. Saito will carefully look after the wants of the patrons an he has done in the past and all outstanding tickets will be honored by the new manage ment. MR. AND MRS. S. FUKUNAGA. STAR AND RUBY "our Are the two best brands sold in the valley. Can be purchased on the South Side of BIRCHETT BROS., T. J. PARRY, GOODWIN BROS, and A. A. CELAYA, Tempe or any store in Mesa. j Talbot &J I Hubbard's I I Hardware Store! thinking of buying a gun, come In' I'M ! H..K-t-M-1-K-t-H' IIIMII tl-hl Jewelry Store s o o n (J Q O 2" . O .A. Jewelry Slore Focus Your on our Kodak Line. $1.00 to J35. Prices same, as New York. BerryKiil's Big Book Store The Thirsty Man's Retreat CALYPSO. The Imported French Percheron Black Stallion will make the season of 1908 Tuesdays and Saturdays at the Palo Alto Stables, balance of week at the home ranch. Also the Jack, Napoleon, will stand at the ranch. For terms apply to V. B. HOROVITZ. Owner. R. F. D. 3. Standard Furniture Co. A. L. MOORE, Mgr. Our line of TRUNKS, BAGS Suit Cases and Telescopes are such as is appreciated by par ticular buyers. Besides the prices are less than elsewhere; We will pay your highest price for Furniture, Carpets, Rugs or other household articles you wish to dispose of. Phone Main 351. 32-34 W. Wash. h-'