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JHE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 16, 1908.
Revolvers We carry a complete line of Colts revolvers and automatic pistols, Luger automatic pistols in 30 and 9mm. calibres. Smith & Wesson, Iver Johnson, Hopkins & Allen, and Harrington & Richardson revolvers, which we sell at the lowest restricted retail prices fixedby the respective makers. Black and -smokeless powder cartridges In stock for all standard makes of pistols. Belts, holsters, cleaners, etc PINNEY (Sl ROBINSON THE GUN STORE 40 NORTH CENTER STREET, PHOENIX, ARIZ. Bead for free Same Lw card. Established' 1117 BUTTER-NUT BREAD prepared according to a patented method with rich milk, home made hop yeast, butter and the highest, grade of flour sanitarily sifted; .mixed hygienlcally and baked in improved ovens. The purest, cleanest and most delicious bread sold in Arizona. '' PHOENIX BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY. Edward Eisele, Prop. ) Established 1881. Phone M. 89. COOLNESS AT SAN1CHAS' Because our Ice Creams, Ices and Sherbets are the finest, the purest and the pleasantest to the taste, of any that can be bought anywhere it seems reasonable that' you should be our frequent . visitors these days. CHAS. J. SANICHAS. "Experience" What Is Experience? .... To the Automobile owner it is understood in two ways: . First If the repair man repairing your car has to obtain "expe rience," the meaning is, you pay for his experience with your time, money and car. Sicond If the repair man repairing your car, has already ob tained experience, the meaning is that you get the experience of hav ing found a repair man who can repair your car without loss to you or your car. We have experienced repair men only. All work guaranteed ' "good or made good." PHOENIX AUTO COMPANY. ARTHUR AINSWORTH, Manager. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. PHONE M 145 .. SANTA FE. TIME TABLE. i PJIOEXIX CITT TIME. Leave. Arrive. The . Diamond Jbe," for Hot Spring Junction, Wick- enburg, Prescott and branch points, Jerome, Ash Fork, Los Angeles. San , Francisco and all am, a.m. points west 2:00 2:35 "The Daylight Express." for Hot Springs Junction (Castle Hot Springs), Wickenburg, A. & C branch points. Congress Junction, Prescott, Ash Fork, Denver, Kansas City, Chicago, and all a-m. p.m. points east 8:00 4:10 No trains on A. & C. By. or Poland branch on Sun days. o THE WEATHER. Local Daily Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. Forcast for today Fair. Data for 24 hours ending 5:30 p. m. yesterday: Barometer, inches . . . Temperature, degrees Dew point, degrees .. Humidity, per cent . . Wind direction Wind velocity, miles Rainfall, inches ...... 5:30 a.m. .29.76 . .72 . .21 . .14 . N 4 0 5:30 p.m. 29.69 .98 .26 .7 W 6 0 I Look at these Prices before Buying Weather Clear Clear Mean dally humidity 10 Mean daily temperature 84 Highest temperature 99 Lowest temperature 68 Total -daily rainfall 0 Accumulated deficiency in tempera ture since January 1, 21 degrees. Accumulated excess in rainfall since January 1, 0.66 inch. L. N. JESTJNOFSKY, , Section Director. AN OVERDOSE Or REFORM SUGGESTED City Council Balked on the Passage of a Fatherless Bill of Restrictions, Searchlight1' Matches .05 Welch's Grape Juice 30 Welch's Grape Juice, large bot tle .55 National Biscuit Co.'a, Crackers 10 lbs.. .65 A FULL LINE OF GAS RANGES JUST RECEIVED CALL AND SEE Pacific das and Electric Co. 130-132 West Washington St. None better. Pkg. Buckwheat. ,25 Best Corn, per can .10 Best Tomatoes, per can. 10 PJlcKee's Cash Store For Sale We have "the best bargains In Orange Groves, orange Lands, Al falfa Ranches, 1 Beet Sugar Lands, Garden Lands and all kinds of the choicest Residence Properties, City Lots, both residence and business. See us before you buy. TAYLOR-BERRYNIAN CO. 141 N. Center SU next door to P.O. U I II I 1 I II t 'M-Hl I 'I' 1 j.H"H''H"H'M'l 11 t I 1 1 1 1 1 I i 1 1 1 111 1 1 Genuine Bargains in Ostrich Feather Goods at the Show Rooms of the Arizona Ostrich Farm jj First 6treet and Adams. Opposite Noble Building. '.' MU'Willl I II 1 III ..MfrM"M"t-M"M"H 111 I 1 HUM 1 II HM-t The special meeting of the city coun cil last night was more notable for the things it refused to do than for what was done, it being what might be call ed a negative session, though there was plenty for consideration. It began with the so-called barbers' ordinance, a re viving of the movement for closing the be drawn until the first meeting in barber shops on Sunday. An ordinance ! July. The engine casts $1765, less the to that effect was presented by Coun- 1 freight. - ' ' oilman Taeger, who said he believed A recess was taken for consideration it ought to pass, but since coming to of the bid of the Valley Bank for the the council chamber he had been in-j $60,000 water bonds now in the safety formed that a similar law had been ' deposit vault. It was decided not to passed in. Colorado and Washington, . sell the bonds at present. that had stood the test of the courts j But some actual constructive leglsla and he thought it would be better to tion was accomplished. Permission wait until a copy of it could be se-jwas given for the building of a cross cured arid pattern the Phoenix ordi- ! walk by private parties across Center nance after it. The recorder, during , street just south of the Central M. B. the consideration, read a protest signed church, and the Mexican who goes by by seven barbers, taking the ground ', the nom de plume of William Jennings that it was an entering wedge for the Bryan, his other name being unpro- injection of religious questions into po- inounceable, was appointed dog catch- 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. J FOR SALE One of the nicest paying businesses in Phoenir! ' - For particulars inquire at , THE, FAIR 212 E. WASHINGTON ST. The City Ordinance ; says that you must put a License Tag on your dog, or he will be taken up and killed. You may need a new collar; If so, I have some nice ones at reasonable prices. 28 East Washington. A. W. GALPIN .Sporting Goods. litical matters for which they opposed it on principle, aside from the fact that they did not want to close their shops on Sunday anyway. The matter was laid over. But the real dyed-in-the-wool re form incident of the session was when the recorder read a copy of an ordi nance that had been prepared In some ultra-reform quarter and placed in the hands of all the councilmen, the name of its author not being dis closed in the council session. It had for its purpose the trimming of the liquor business so the saloonkeeper could not recognize his own place this morning had the measure passed. Among its scores of provisions were tnat no liquor should be served In a restaurant unless the restaurant had a license, none should be served to the guest of any hotel, nor should it be served in any room other than the main barroom of a saloon and said barroom should be on the ground floor; there should be no screens, there should be open windows In front and if there were any side windows there should be no curains, screens or stained glass; the bar should not be more than thirty feet long, nor should it begin further than twenty feet back from the front door; there should be no chairs, benches nor tables in the room, nor any other device that would make a li quor selling place different from an ac tual glass house, uncurtained and un furnished except the walls necessary to sustain the roof. Councilman CIsney I moved to lay it on the table and Coun i cilman Marshall seconded -the motion, ; making quite a speech defining his rea sons for opposing it, which were in I brief that he thought the results would j be more immoral than present condl I tions. It was tabled by a unanimous j vote. ! A report was- read from Howard i Reed, engineer in charge of the con- struction of the waterworks, to the ef fect that the work of laying the pipe ,and testing it had been completed, . giving the number of breaks made by the three tests and reporting their ! proper repair and that the system 1 would now stand from eighty-five to 100 pounds continuous pressure. He also reported that the contractor 'had received for laying the pipe 28.783.30 and that there is about $1559 yet due him. There is a section in the contract with Engineer Rees saying he must tile a written document absolving the city from any further claims, before 1 receiving final payment and the city must In like manner pass a resolution exonerating the contractor's bond and accepting the plant, etc. Superintend ent Craig, suggested that the latter be passed and be deposited in the bank and Mr. Rees be notified to send along hia document releasing tho city. In view of the fact that no warrants can be ordered until the regular meeting njfjhiie, council decided to inform Mr. Rees' to send his writing along to the bank and the city's acceptance would be there together with the money, to e.rkange -for it, immediately after the JiOy. meeting. . ' rhe new chemical engine was re ported as having been received, tested and found satisfactory and as it was er, and told to begin work June 17. The council also instructed the re corder to advertise for bids for city printing and for feeding the prisoners, left the matter of buying more sprink ling wagons with he mayor and street superintendent and asked the city at torney to draw up a garbage ordinance. In conclusion the following resolution was passed: "That any appointee of the city council before taking a vacation shall appply to the city council for a leave of absence and should such employe leave his work or employment before obtaining such leave - of absence hia office or position shall be declared va cant upon the day on which he absents himself from suclt employment. WORK BEGUN. Work has begun in earnest on the preliminaries of pris on construction. Architect Fitzhugh said yesterday that the contract for sinking the wall on the site was signed on Friday. Saturday a telephone mes sage was received that five men were already at work. Captain Rynning will be on the ground in a few days with fifteen or twenty convicts who will be put to work in making temporary buildings for the sheltering of a larger force to be employed later. It Is the purpose of the administration to util ize the merit system as much as pos sible. That the convicts may not be humiliated and may be encouraged to better effort, their stripes will be sub stituted by brown clothes, and they will be given credit for good' records. As soon as possible the force will be augmented to fifty or seventy-five men-. They are to be used only for unskilled labor, of course, as a large part of the prison will have to be done by contract work, as in other struc tures. W. C. T. U. The W. C. T. U. will hold the last parlor meeting of the season at the home of Mrs. LaChance, 1525 East Washington street, Wednes day afternoon. All arc cordially in vited. TEA The greatest tea-drinkers are full -bottom Dutch men. There isn't much nervous prostration in Holland Tow trocar reform your nosey it m aO Uk Scoillior'l Bat; pr him mC THE HOFFMAN CIGAR STAND, E. J. DOYLE, PROP. CIGARS, TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES. Corner Broiowiy & Center. LADIES No more hard work on wash days If a cash transaction It was suggested VOu set a 1900 Electric Washer and that it be paid for. The suggestion j Wringer. SEE IT RUN AT tgtpiihe game fate as, did that in be- MORDEN'S half of Contractor Rees. The engine BIG SECOND HAND STORE. (WMMTCCepted but the warrant cannoti407 E. WASH. PHONE BLK. 64. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION. Know all men by these presents: That we, the undersigned, have this day associated ourselves together for the purpose of forming a corporation and for that purpose do establish the following charter: The name of this corporation shall be the Northwest Amusement Com pany. n. The name of the incorporators are H. E- Grinnell and E. C. Sherman. III. The principal place in which the business of the corporation within the Territory of Arizona is to be trans acted is at Phoenix in Maricopa coun ty, Arizona. IV. The general nature of the business in which the corporation shall engage is as follows: To own, buy, sell, lease, rent, mortgage or encumber real estate, borrow and loan money, operating moving picture shows, stock or vaude ville, theatrical companies, buying or renting films. 1 V. The authorized amount of capital stock of this corporation shall be Ten Thousand dollars ($10,000), divided into fifty shares of the par value of Two Hundred dollars ($200) each. The board of directors may cause said cap ital stock or any part thereof to be subscribed or paid for in cash in the purchase or exchange or transfer of real or personal property or for the services rendered and to issue or cause to be issued any tfart or all of the capital stock as required at any time or from time to time and when so is sued it shall be fully paid and non-assessable and in the absence of fraud in the transactions, the judgment of the board of directors as to the valu ing of property purchased or trans ferred or exchanged or services ren dered shall be conclusive. , VL That the time of the commencement of this corporation shall be the date of the filing of these articles of incor poration in the office of the county auditor of Maricopa county, Arizona, and the termination thereof shall be twenty-five years thereafter. vi r. The affairs of this corporation shall be conducted by a board of directors who shall be elected annually by the stockholders. The annual meeting of the stockholders shall be held on the first Monday of January of each year. The highest amount of Indebtedness or liability, direct or contingent to which this corporation is at any time sub ject, shall be not to exceed Six Thou sand Five Hundred dollars ($6,500.) VIII. The private property of the stock holders of this corporation shall be exempt from corporate debts of any kind whatever. EC. Among the powers of this corpora' tion shall be: L To have perpetual succession. 2. To sue and be sued by the cor porate name. 3. To have a common seal and alter the same at pleasure. 4. To render the shares or Interests of stockholders transferable and pre scribe the mode or manner of making such transfers. 5. To exempt the private property of members from liability for corpor ate indebtedness. 6. To make contracts, acquire and transfer property, possessing the same powers in such respects as private in' dividuals now enjoy. 7. To mortgage all or any part of its property and create mortgages. bonds, debenture bonds and other evl dence of indebtedness. 8. To establish by-laws and make rules and regulations deemed expedi ent for the management of the affairs of the corporation not inconsistent with the constitution of the United States and the Territory of Arizona. 9. To authorize voting by proxy at all stockholders' meetings. In witness whereof we have here unto set our hands and seals this 20th day of May, 1908. H. E. GRINNELL. E. C. SHERMAN. State of Washington, County of Walla Walla, ss. On this 20th day of May, 1908, be fore me, a notary public, in and for said county and state, duly commis sioned and sworn, personally appear ed E. C. Sherman, known to me to be the persons described in and whose names are subscribed to the foregoing instrument and they acknoledged to me that they executed the same for the purpose and considerations there in expressed. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal in my office in said state and county the day and year last above written. H. C. BRTSON. Notary Public for Washington, resid ing at Walla Walla, Wash. My commission expires Oct. 23, 1910. State of Montana, Yellowstone County, ss. On this 25th day of May, 1908, be fore me, a notary public, in and for the state aforesaid, residing therein, duly commissioned and sworn, person ally appeared H. E. Grinnell, known to ma to be the person described In and whose name is subscribed to the foregoing instrument, and the ac knowledged to me that he executed the same for the purpose and consid erations therein expressed. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal at my office in the said state and county the day and year last above written. EDGAR B. CAMP. Notary Public in and for said County or Yellowstone, State of Montana. My commission expires March 30th. 1909. i DORRIS-HEYM Furniture Co. Arizona's Leading; House Furnishers. Make Home Comfortable For Hot Weather --rrr- r r t- I, I J "The Most Comfortable Place in the Houc V UDO R Porch Shades add a cool 1- icomtortaDie room let in the air, keep out the sun and give secluded ccm- We furnish (jthem in all sizes at . . . TIF lauracuve prices, vve make to order in vTiuot 2tudor four own factory rORCH SHADES .everything in can- : :vas work awnings, drop cui tains, canopies, tents, etc. During Coming: Season it might be worth while to remember we are headquarters for Fruit Jars and Stone Ware Dorris-Heyman Furniture Co. NEW LOCATION Noble Block, - Adams & 1st St. t II ,;, ; friM t t It U 1 t "1 1 1 i ! I 1-t-! ! .t..;, .j. .j, OI A L for remainder of the week, Ladies' Pingree & Hannah Oxfords, Tan and Black $4.00. J3.50 Gentlemen's Nettleton Shoes S2.95 SZ.60 Shoes, 36.00 Oxfords, $6.00 $4.75 S4.50 THE ALKIRE COMPANY THE 5H0t AND STOCKING STORE 27-29 L Wash. St. Phoenix, Arizona H"M"M"M"M"1"I l1 1 I I I t I I t HnH t'l fl H' H 't H H l"Vt Opportunity Knocks But Once This week li the opportune time for the lovers of Ttonntirnl nnrl X Artistic Lamps. We are placing on sale for one week only, begin ning Monday, June 8th, our entire stock of High Grade Lamps and Electroliers at greatly reduced prices. Statuet Lamps, Newal Post Brass Mosaic, Tiffany Cut and Art Glass, and in fact everything in the way of High Class Electroliers. A purchase will follow a call. Remember, one week only. F. A. Hilderbran & Co. Phone Red 284. 10-12 W. Washington St ELECTRIC FANS SOLD, RENTED and REPAIRED ARIZONA ELECTRIC CO. ELECTRICAL SUPPLY HOUSE. Phone Black 534. V. R. NORRIS, Prop. 41 S. 1st Ave. Second . Hand Machinery for Sale Owing to alterations in our mechanical equipment, we have the Tallowing machinery for sale, in GOOD CONDITION: 1 General Electric Co. Motor and Starting Box, 10 IL P. $125.00 1 General Electric Co. Motor, 2 H. P., 110 volts.! $25.00 2 1 General Electric Co. Motor, 2 IL P., 500 volts $25.00 2 Electric Meters, each ..$5.00 2 Switches, each ....$1.00 2 Starting Boxes. They go with motors. Also a quantity of Shafting, Pulleys, etc., may be seen at Repub- 'ican oifice, or at the shop of Kunz Bros. & Messinger 1