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THE AKIZONA REPPBUCAN TUESDAY 3IORJ.1XG, JUNE 16, 1908.
GOOD HARDWARE at the higher price i better to buy than poor hardware at the lower price. But when you can buy the best cooking utensils, the best hard ware, the best tools at eastern prices right here in Phoenix, what is the use in running chances with the catalogue house and getting poor goods? We save you money on your purchases in Crockery, Glassware, Hardware, Guns, Camping Outfits, etc Davidson's Cash Store 22 to 24 West Wash. St PHOENIX ARIZONA. A Timely Hint . The season Is on, and it takes a firm, comfortable "clip" between a pair of steady eyes for a "fan" to be able to watch "first base" from behind a Merry Widow hat We have them the "clips" not the Merry Widows. DR.E.MUNSON ARIZONA'S LEADING OPTICIAN Larson Says Good Soda is one thing you get at our fountain. Good service is another. The very best din ner won't tempt you if it is served badly. Same with Soda Water. The best evidence we have is that people like to come to our fountain often. Lots of folks drinking Root Beer now; 5 cents. LARSON DRUG CO. N.W. Cor. Center & Wash. St. Pettid's Bakery On and after uly 1 our business at 33 E. Washington St will be conducted by the HOME BAKING CO. Cor. 3rd and Washington St Phone Main 231. Cheap Fruit Jars Wide Mouths Hermetic Seated Cold Water Process Keeps Fruit Intact Write or Phono M 181 Monger Bros. Company. THE PHOENIX TRUNK FACTORY. For Trunk, Suit Case or Bag. The best and the cheapest 433 W. Wash. 'Phone Red 394. OF LOCAL INTEREST LEFT FOR BOSTON Judge Ed ward Kent ar.d mother left last nteht over the Southern Pacific for Boston to spend the summer.- LEAVES FOR .EAST Mrs. S. Oberf elder will leave today for Bal timore to spend the ' summer. Mr. Oberfelder will remain hare for about x weeks before going Vst- TO CROSS THE OCEAN Mrs. S. K. Levy will leave for New;; York in a few days and on the lltii, of luly will sail on the Kaisenne Augusta Victoria for France, lirst ' going to Paris. ON VACATION J. B. McNeley, the Santa Fe freight agent here, will leave today accompanied by his fa3 ilv for SDrinefield. Mo., where thy- iwill spend the summer. M. E. CoiV lins will take the relief auues . cur ing Mr. McNeeley's absence. THE S. P. ASSESSMENT, The board of supervisors yesterday re ceived from the office of the. territorial auditor a statement of the valuation of the property of the Southern Pacific railroad within this county. The total amount of the assessment is $901, 147.52. WILL SHIP AUTOMOBILE Mrs. Charles E. DeMund will leave today for the coast to spend the summer, accompanied by her children. Mrs. DeMund will ship her Kisselkar to Los Angeles and will take a number of tours while there, personally driv ing her car. Mr. DeMund will go to the coast also in a few weeks for the summer. NEW COURT COMMISSIONER Julge J. W. McCormlck yesterday re signed the office of court commissioner stating that he would be out of the city for the summer and so would be absent during the vacation of Judge Kent. The court accepted his resigna tion and designated Justice Johnstone to fill the vacancy. WILL ATTEND SCHOOL Carl Doud will leave today for Los An geles ami will spend- the summer on th coast It is likely that he will remain in California for the next three or four years, and enter some of the coast colleges to pursue a course, the nature of which he has not yet determined. He has been q'lito popular in musical circles, tak ing part in some of the most import ant everts of the past season. A SUNDAY PICNIC. A party of Phoenix young people had an enjoya ble picnic on Sunday. They spent the day in camp along the river above Tempt and had a most pleasant moon light drive home. The members of the party were Gregg Irvine, Jess Humph, rey. Earl Ullion, Clyde Rousseau and Jack Stewart and Misses Katherine Whitlow, OUie Morrison, Hope Whit taker. Pauline Reno and Minnie Prince. A TELEPHONE FRANCHISE. Ap plication was made to the board of supervisors yesterday for a franchise for a rural telephone system, the movement having been inaugurated by residents of the Wilson district. Sev eral meetings have been held there and all the plans of the promoters are said to have been perfected. The board will act upon the application at the next meting. DEPARTURE OF JUDGE KENT Judge Kent left last night on his sum mer vacation. Though he will visit many places his real objective point is Harvard University where a great alumni reunion is to be held. Advices from Cambridge state that elaborate nrf n.iratfons have been made to fete (judge Kent on this occasion for he is a favorite son of this cherishing moth er. ! A MATRIMONIAL EPIDEMIC I The wedding germ has been unusually ! busy among the colored residents of the city for the last two days. Licen ses were issued yesterday to Willis Sanders and Miss John Tibbs and ' to Charles P. Arnold and Miss Buddie Parker. The first named couple was united in marriage by Justice John stone 'vesterdav morning. NATIONALITY CUTS NO ICE Yesterday morning a man bearing the name of Mose Minsky and certain ere dentials from a California doctor set ting forth that he was a proper candi date for the poor house went directly from the Incoming train to the board of supervisors and demanded admis sion to the county hospital. He was naturally refused and Supervisor Hoghe felt it Incumbent upon him to define his position. He said he was a Dutchman and had evidently heard that there was a Dutch member of the board and that he would have clear sailing to the poor house. That is not the case, said Mr. Hoghe. He would be glad to assist those of his own na tionality out of his private means but he would refuse to assist them out of the county treasury. .Blood ie thicker than water but Mr. Hoghe's official sense of duty, while clear, is thicker than either. DISTRICT COURT In district yesterday a motion for a new trial was denied in the case of Leon Bouvier and others against Charles Brass. The plaintiffs gave notice of appeal. In the priority suit a plea to Jurisdiction went over until fall to allow other in Fireworks Fireworks Best wholesale prices to deal ears. Send In your orders be fore our stock is broken. McNEILCO. 126-128 W. Washington St. The PEOPLE with tho GOODS opposite Court House terested perpono Vake part In the arguments on it. The injunction bond ws generated in the case of the Mar icopa Canal company against tne Grand Canal . cumpany. . In the quo warrantor proceedings by Attorney General Clark against the U. S. Steel Railway Tic company, a. plea to juris diction was overruled with leave to the defendant to raise the same point again if necessary- The piainmr was given judgment oy hii-juii.iu -G. W. Mognett against E. M. Skinner. A motion for a new trial was argued and denied in the case of L. M. Schreck against the Mesa Hay and Grain com pany. Judgment was given the plain tiff in the suit of Thomas Kaf old against the Blue Stoner Mining com pany. The plaintiff was given Judg ment in the action of D. A. Openshaw against Rebecca Biddlecomb. DEATH OF MRS. COUGHLIN u.a rioi-v fnrri-i Couehlin. wife of T. P. Coughlin, died yesterday morn ing of tuberculosis or tne Drain, aiter a long illness, at the family home -n' o nimrter miles northeast 'Of . the Indian school. She was 36 Jars old and is survived oy ix children, beside her bereaved hus band. They come here from Ore- gonrtwo or three years ago, cnieny seejOEg the benefit of Mrs. - Cough- nil u dc-iui, Mr."-Coughlin has been engaged in ... A .1 nnl-AAA.ln K1H. me carpCTiicmis auu -""' --- - hu-- ''The funeral will be held this afternoon af 4 o'clock in the parlors of Geo. . -Vp. Mernyman. . itev. v,ua will condutT-a religious service and snc will wet yuucu pices of the Ttebekah lodge of which she was a member, tne pan nearera being Odd Fellows. TjLruinrorrrs"r" " mm Specialties in Ladies' Lw Shoes ak Oxfords We have certainly the finest die play of oxford and low cut shoes for women, it ha 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 beet manufacturer of women' fine hoe known to the trade; shoe of unqueitionabl REPUTA TION for STYLE, FIT and WEAR. Carried in the size 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. DIRECTORS' MEETING There will be a meeting of the board of directors of the board of trade at 4:30 this afternoon. NEW NOTARIES Governor Kib- bey yesterday , appointed the follow ing named new notaries: J. F. Kel ly, of . Phoenix; R. A. Smith, of Je rome; A. R. Lynch of Safford; Chas. W. Beck, of Clifton. SURVEY APPROVED Survey No. 2446, embracing the Newport arid Amended Well lode mining claims, situated in the Riverside mining dis trict, Pinal county, has been approv ed by the surveyor general. These lodes are claimed by J. B. Newman. CHARGED WITH ROLLING Rie mundo Alonzo was before Justice Johnstone yesterday for arraignment on the charge of robbing Thomas Talementes while he slept His trial was set for today and he was sent to Jail in default of bail to the amount of $300. A CREDITABLE PERFORMANCE The Arizona Democrat yesterday issued an industrial edition of six teen pages, very creditable to the management of that paper. The in dustrial edition breathes a hopeful ness of the future and appears to have been inspired by the comple tion of the Granite Reef dam. MORE EXHIBITS F. E. Felch yesterday brought to the board of trade a rutabaga that weighed in at five and a half pounds, -which is as big as any well ordered ruta baga ought to be. D. A. Parks brought in a fine sample of Austra lian White wheat It is practically beardless and about the cleanest looking grain that has yet been seen, GRAND OPENING TONIGHT Fountain's Summer Garden and pa vilion was not opened Saturday night as expected, owing to the workmen not having fully completed It How ever, it "will be opened tonight with great eclat and all are invited to attend. There will be fine orchestra music and dancing in the pavilion will be free. The ' gymnasium room will be at the free disposal of all athletic organizations and those who desire exercise. Family parties will be given special attention. FROM PHOENIX BOY Letters from Nevada to Phoenix friends bring the information concerning concerning Twtr - B. Mayers,- who The Special Clearance mi of broken lines will continue for another week. $20.00, 122.50, $25.00 and $27.50 Suits, broken lines, for $15.00 $1250, $15.00 and $1750 Suits, broken lines, for only . S10.00 S 150 dozen high grade Negligee Shirts, values up to $Z00. Price $1.00 All Florsheim Shoes, regularly priced at $4.00, $5.00 and $6.00, closing out price $2.50 THAT PURE OH YES Hulett's Mosquito Knocker PHONE is just the article to have on hands these balmy nights, when the little pesky caller comes to youf bedside to sing its ditty. A mosquito will not light even when Hulett's Mos quito Knocker is applied. It hurts their eyes. 25c per bottle.. Sold only at ELVEY & HULETT Quality Druggists A mail order If you can't come. The ElYEY HULETT Service OUR COOL COMFORTABLE STORE WE HAVE A COMPLETE tlNtt DUSTERS, BUGGY CANOPIES AND OTHER SUMMER GOODS. LOOK OVER OUR LINE OF SINGLE AND DOUBLE DRIVING HARNESS" BE FORE BUYING. N. PORTER 8ADDLE AND HARNE83 CO. 8PURS AND B1T8. 40 West Washington 8t Telephone Red 131. grew to manhood in this city, that he is now engaged in studying law with one of the largest and best legal firms in Reno, Kev. He still keeps up his interest in athletics and has been chosen coach for the football team of the Nevada university during the ensuing year. . A PLEASANT VISIT Henry Rid Ier returned yesterday from a visit of a month with friends along the coast In that time he visited a sis ter at San Francisco whom he had not seen for thirty years. Accom panied by her husband he made a trip into the big woods country near Eureka. On his return he stopped for ten days with the family of N. Goff, now living in Los Angeles, where he had the best time of his tour. .MISNAMED INDIANS The old practice of giving pupils of the In dian schools the names of eminent citizens was not stopped too 'early for in this locality many of these names have been dragged In the dust. Yesterday Justice Johnstone had be fore him William McKlnley and Ab ner McKinley, who were arrested by Constable Murphy in a state of beastly drunkenness. They were ac companied in their debauch by Henry Hartley, an Indian policeman, array Adler OF If you want to invest Just 325.00 in your Summer Suit, you will : get most for your, money in our Adler Clothes. You will get a suit that .is perfect in good taste a suit that is tailored perfectly that , fits . you perfectly that evidences perfect workmaniship that . will, satisfy you not only when you put it on, but during months of hon- . est wear. CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS Hub SODA WATER MAIN I A Fountain Pen (or Your I 1 Vacation Use i mm C ! ' . 5 5 is indispensable, and the g WATERMAN'S IDEAL FOUN- S S TAIN ' PEN Is the most relia- S S ble. We have a large stock and E S you can find one that will suit S S you. " . . . 5 GRAIN'S I STATIONERY AND NEWS CO. E S': . 11-13 N. Center St . E SinuuiniujuuuiHiiiiniiiiuiiuinnL'uc ed in the, uniform of his office even to the stak By yesterday morning the trio hair sobered somewhat and pleaded . guilty. . They had money enough to paytheir fines and w;ere turned loose to go back to the res1 ervation. "FOR SUMMER VISITS. Miss Nel lie White, a member i the graduating class of the normal, tajjether with her mother who came up frofn. their home in Tuma for the festivities in Tempe last week, spent Sunday " Tj'ith City Marshal and Mrs. J. A- Moorfe. Last evening they left on the soutlftbound train, Mrs. White to attend therand lodge of the Pythian Sisters and'ier daughter to visit during the summer at Rye, in the mountains north .oT Globe. She expects to teach In Yumaiymnasium room will be free through county next winter. o- ATTENTION REBEKAHS. All members of . Arizona Rebekah lodge. No. 1, are requested to meet at the lodge room this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock to attend the funeral of our late sister, Mrs. T. P. Coughlin. which will be held at the parlors of George F. Merryman, at 4 o'clock. MRS. PETER GORDON, ' Noble Grand. I. O. O. F. NOTICE. The funeral of Mrs. T. P. Coughlin, wife of Bro. T. P. Coughlin, will take place this afternoon at 4 p. m. from the Merryman undertaking parlors. Broth ers are requested to attend meeting at the undertaking parlors at 3:45 p. m. CHAS. E. ORR, N. G. BEFORE GOING AWAY Arrange Co have the Daily Repub lican follow you. No trouble ' to change your address on our mailing list, no matter how often you move about during your vacation. 75 cents per month. Phone Main 47; the Cir culation man there will take care of the rest. at $25. 00 t AND MEN'S FURNISHINGS. ' IBS n W9 rJ17TTTriTJi Ice Cream 7 Freezers , 1 1 n t n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 f """""""""""""""" "'t Have You Used Crystal Vel vet or Borax? For a pleasant and delightful bath try either of these. They soften the water and are guaranteed to have a soothing effect. 50 cents a can at ' THE ADAMS PHARMACY I tl 1 1 1 1 1 i M-i 1 1 1 U It 11 11 I The Crescent ? p hj J? The Phoenix j HhM H"I"M t I 1 1"M' M M' H-'H-H GOOD TO EAT Arizona Strawberries, 2 boxes for 25c Large ripe, fine watermelons. Large golden peaches, apri- T cots, figs, peaches and cherries. GET THEM FROM i Welzler's Gash Grocery I Phone Black 96L 35 W. Wash. St A Grand opening of Fountain's pavilion tonight at 8 o'clock. A large orchestra will furnish music. Dancing free. he day for all athletic organizations itd pupils who -desire exercise. Fam ily "parties will be given special atten tion:First class service guaranteed. . ADVERTISING ' f-OK FEDERAL ' BUILDING SITES. L . Treasury teriartment. Office of the Secretary, W.a&hington. D. C.. June L 1908. ProposaJ3will be received, to be opened at 2 o'cKk p. m., July 3. 08, for the sale or donation to the united States of a suitable "nite, centrally and conveniently located; -ior the Federal building to be erected".! Phoenix, Ari zona. A corner lot, or approximately) 170x196 feet. Is requlred; Each pro posal must give the price, the. character of foundations obtainable, the;.proxim- ity to street cars, sewer, gas, and water mains, etc., and must be accoprpnied by a diagram indicating the principal street, the north point, the dimensions and grades of the land, the widths and paving of adjacent streets and alleys1, whether the alleys are public or pri vate, and whether or not the city owns' land occupied by sidewalks. The ven dor must pay all the expenses connect ed with furnishing evidences of title and deeds of conveyance. Improve ments on the property must be re served by the vendor; but pending the commencement of the Federal building they may remain on the land upon pay ment of a reasonable ground rent. The grantor must, however, remove all Im provements on thirty days' notice so to do. The right to reject any propo sal is reserved. Each proposal must be sealed, marked "Proposal for Fed eral building site at Phoenix, Arizona," and mailed to the Secretary of the Treasury (Supervising Architect), Washington, D. C. No special form of proposal is recuired or provided. GEO. B. CORTELYOU. Secretary. It is Crystallized Cactus Candy, That makes the world seem bright. Then keep a box handy Of Crystallized Canay To keep you feeling right. And if there is a girl expecting That you will call tonight. If you want a kiss that Is brim full of bliss, get A package of Crystallized Candy At Donofrios' ' The 'Kodak Hobby t Ride it for its own sake and for Its application to other hobbles. It's worth while. We. can furnish the goods. The Store That Carries the Stock. MILLER-STERLING CO. Successors to E. L. Andrews & Son. 9-11 El Washington St Refrigerators and Talbot & Hubbard's Hardware Store H-Ht H-M-H' HUH -Ml 'Hi 1 1 t"H-t- Jewelry Store T Jewelry Store . r Our front Window WILL INTEREST OFFICE AND BUSINESS MEN. OUR STORE WILL INTEREST ANY ONE. Berryiiill's Big Book Store "The Mail Order House" GOOD MEATS We have the only meat mar ket in Phoenix handling only strictly firstclass Steer Meat. All kinds of fancy cooked meats jellied corned beef, Jel- T lied head cheese, minced cornea beef in blocks. The only origi nal iulcv boiled ham. Beef. A veal, mutton, pork only first- class meats. PEOPLE'S MEAT MARKET. and workingman's friend. 2 PETER SEEGER, Prop. 4 39 W. Wash. Phone Blk. 1141. 1 "I'M H'W'W'HII I M"M"M"H"H .H.,MH,,i,,M 1 1 M 1 i I mill I H I- BARGAINS I In'.Residences, Orange Land, " Alfalfa Tracts and all kinds of I properCr. You will be safe in buying anything we recommend. J ' . ; I MarsliaftKay & Co. f 4. T i i ,1, ,, ,;, ,it, ,1, ,H' 1 ! 'I- -H1 I.T.Hosey Broker STOCKS, BONDS, , BftAiN AND COTTON Wo buy or sell anything listed tor you V AO N. First St. Phoenix, PhnfMi Main 232