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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN SUNDAY 'HORNING, JUNE 21, 1908.
Keep Your Kitchen "fiOool as Your ,r Parlor IT PAYS To consider the comfort of th- housewife for she beats the hard ship of the heat over a hot cookstove in a hot kitchen during the hot weath er. Why not have the kitchen as cool as the sitting room? INSURANCE GASOLINE STOVES ARE ABSOLUTELY SAFE.. Thous ands in use without record of an ac cident. They are safe and durable. You can't figure out an accident with the INSURANCE, which we seli from $7.00 to $15.00. We also have the One Minute Oil Stove, its a wonder, burns common Kerosene like natural gas without a wick, without an asbestos ring. Call and let us show you our Stoves.' Davidson's Gash Store Phoenix, Ariz. 22 to 24 West Washington St. BEST EYEGLASSES. I; lias been our constant endeavor to establish and sustain a reputation for making the best eyeglasses. The name Mu'nson today stands for the ac complishment of this purpose. DR.E.MUNSON 'ARIZONA'S LEADING OPTICIAN Lazy Livers Need Herb Teas Herb Teas regulate the liver; good ' for biliousness and all stomach and, bowel disorders; pleasant to take and acts with out griping. Children as .well; as adults are benefited by it. We recommend Nyal's Moun tain Herbs as .the, best. LARSON DRUG CO. N.W. Cor. Center & Wash. Stsl re Ka.aagaaagiwiiri m nhiiMa 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 arid Washington' St. .... Phone Main 231. Fruit Jars Wide Mouths Hermetic Sealed Cold Water Process Keeps Fruit intact Write or Phone M 181 Munger Bros. THE PHOEWIX TRUNK FACTORY". For Trunk, Suit Case or Bag. The best and the cheapest. 433 W. Wash. Phono P.cd 394. 1 heap Company.' till OF LOCAL INTEREST V. , J, LEFT FOR BISBEE. A. A. Graff left last night for Bisbee to spend a few davs on business and pleasure. CYCLE COMPANY MOVES. The Phoenix Cycle company yesterday be gan moving to Its new location on Center street between Greene & Grit? fin and the postofflce. RETURNED TO PHOENIX. Geo. Gillett, who has been away from Phoe nix for about ten years, has returned and will remain in the city for some time. LEFT FOR SUMMER. H. P. De- Muir.l and son Charles, left last night for northern California. Mrs. DeMund and daughters. Miss Faye and Hazel, left for Ocean Park where they will spend the summer. Mr. DMund and son will join the family later at the ocean side. SURVEY APPROVED. The survey or-general has approved mineral sur vey Xo. 2501, Eurika, Sunset, Western Extension of Marble and High Side Ledge lode mining claims, situated in the Tyndall mining district, Santa Crua county, and claimed by Charles H. Ferry. SOCIALIST MEETING. There will be socialist speaking at the city plaza 'at 3:30 p. m. by A. A. Worsley of Tuc son; also at the same place on Mon day night at 8 o'clock to ratify the nominations of Eugene V. Debs and Den Hanford, candidates of the social ist party for president and vice pres ident. MRS. WILSON IMPROVING. Dr. Foss reported last night that Mrs. Ray Wilson who was burned by an explod ing lamp, was resting easier and that her chances for recovery were good at present. She is still suffering consid erable pain but it is thought she Is out of danger. COLLEGE BOYS. Robert G. Pack ard and Samuel J. Orr who have been students of the University of Colorado at Boulder are in the city earning money to complete the next year's work there. They are representing a publishing house which has Issued an excellent work on social usages and manners. GRAND CANYON EXCURSION. City Possenger Agent W. L. Garver of the Santa Fe reports inquiries as very numerous for the Grand Canyon ex cursion Monday, June 22nd. Train will leave the Santa Fe passenger sta tion at 8 o'clock a. m., making close connections and arriving at the can yon ADDRESS ON INVESTMENTS. Mr. D. W. Pollard of" Douglas1 will speak about "Investments" at the Y. M. C. A. meeting today at 3 p. m. in the basement of the First Methodist church. Mr. Pollard is a graduate of the T. M. C. A. ' training school at Springfield. Mass He came to Ari zona as the secretary of the Bisbee As sociation and last year was appointed ; industrial secretary for the Y. M. C A.'s located in Arizona, New Mexico 'and southwest Texas.. As soon as conditions are right he expects to help 1 locate and start other associations in jthe large towns of Arizona and also ; in conection with the United States reclamation service. "WILL SEARCH FOR CURIOS. R. L. Balke of the Big Curio store, left last night for ti?e City of Mexico and will spend about two months in the southern republic in search of curios and other merchandise' for his store. He will visit among other places in j Guadalajara to which he makes a tour j every year to renew his contract with i the sisters of the convent there for i their product of Mexican -drawn work ! for the year. He will also visit various I Indian tribes in search of pottery' and i other curios which ' are coming more iand more into demand every year. Mr. i Balke returned from the coast yester day morning where he took his 'son. 1 Otto, and his niece, Elsie, who are j installed in a cottage at Sausalito. ENTERTAINED " EMBROIDERY CLUB. Mrs. Captain A. G. Scott en tertained the Southside Embroidery Club in her beautiful home at 802 South First avenue on Tuesday after noon. The occasion was in nonor ot Mrs. John Lynch of Mfssoulav Mont., and Miss Agnes Lynch of Chicago who will return to their respective homes , in the near future. The hours of so cial enjoyment were from 2 to 5 when j ice s, sweets, cake, condiments and confections were served on a snow I white Fproad of pure damask, decor jateel at each plate with a full size Am 'erican beauty rose in natural colors. I The vase table vases,were milled with j red and white cut roses whose delicate' j fragrance lent an added charm to the I gracious and genuine southern hos pitality of the hostess, typical of the j "Times befo' the wall." They invited ; guests were: Mrs. Elizabeth Turner, (Mrs. John Lynch, Miss Agnes Lynch, Mrs. Harvey Lee, Mrs. Con Hurley, Mrs. Frank Thomas, Mrs. Charles 'Law-son, Miss Mary Hurley, Mrs. Lnt Igerding, Mrs. Louis Shade. Mrs. P. T. Hurley, Mrs. Watkins, Miss Harriet Hurley, Miss Ethel Watkins, Mrs. Lig ier. Mrs. Mary Harper. Mrs. J. B. Long, Miss Mabel Harper, Miss Agnes Mc Bride. Fireworks Best wholesale prices to deal ears. Send In your orders be fore our stock is broken. r McNeil co. 126-128 W. Washington St. The PEOPLE with the GOODS opposite Court House Fireworks .TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Services will be hed today. First Sun day after Trinity, in Trinity Episcopal church,' South Second avenue, in charge of the Curate, the Rev. Bert rand TL' Cocks, as" follows: Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Morning prayer and sermon at 11 o'clock. CHRISTIAN ' SCIENCE. First Churcs of Christ, Scientist, postofflce building, entrance on Monroe street. Morning service at 11 a. m. Subject of Lesson-sermon, . "Is - the . Universe, Including Man, Evolved . By Atomic Force?" Sunday-school at 9:45 a. m. Wednesday evening meeting at 8 p. m. Reading room open daily to the public will be found at the same address. HE HATED TO LEAVE. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. King left last night for their home at Couer d'Alenes. Idaho, where they will remain for the next three months. Mr. King, who is a re tired capitalist, first came to the val ley a year ago last winter. He imme diately fell in love with the climate. He and Mrs. King returned hist win ter and they decided that this should be their winter home. Mr. King has latterly decided that It shall be more than a winter home, a home for nine months in a year. Before leaving Mr. King said that he would prefer to re main here althogether but he .had promised to return to Couer d'Alenes about this time. He said though, that he. will do some missionary work for the valley while he is gone and he be lieves that he can bring back with him a part of the population of Idaho. -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 RECT1 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. J MAKING A CANVASS The committee- engaged In raising funds to pur chase the "Y. "M. C. A. half block en ergetically pursued its work yester day and considerable headway was re ported, though the exact amount rais ed to iate was not made public. A YAVAPAI MARRIAGE. A marri age license was Issued yesterday to Henry Smith and Miss Mary Devine both of Yavapai county. They were united in marriage by Justice John stone. OUTCOME IN DOUBT. The clash between tile' Fratertials" and Maroons today is still shrouded" in-doubt in re gard to its probable outconVe, as Cub er's condition isf not known. He has been out of the game for some weeks, and though he is certain to have plenty of speed, it is by no .means certain that he will have the control to go nine in nings. The opposing box artist will be Grijalva with puiros to supplant him in case of p. blowup. Upon this game depends whether the Orphans will land at the bottom of the ladder, for in the event of the Maroons being beaten thev vill rank even vih the ex-Woodmen ' team.' The tie if there Is one will bV played off the following Sunday, to determine who gets the long end of . the money. Nothing new regarding the All Stars proposed trip toPrescntt on the Fourth has been hear. The city league has the park for that day and will pull off some contest on that day, in Phoenix. At Tucson, Cananea will be pitted against a picked team from the citv league of the Old Pueblo. Billy Barnett has been offered the chance of tossing one of the games for Tucson-and will like ly join that team. - With Barnett back j in the game at Tvcsorr, that city looms up as a good rival to play the AH Ssrs later on in the season. -TOUCHED THE HIGH POINT1 Dr. Ancil Martin and -wife returned I yesterday from a week's visit in Flagstaff -and vicinity. The doctor I now belongs to that guild which I claims the honor of having stood on I the highest point in Arizona and viewed the landscape o'er. He climb ed to the summit of the San Fran- Cisco mountains, over 14.000 feet high. I which last week were covered with ! six' feet, of snow. It was quite cool; as may be supposed, but the doctor ' said the exercise kept him from not icing It particularly and he went well toward the top before feeling the need of a heavy coat.' THAT PURE Talking about Talcum Powder The ELVEY HULETT Service OUR COOL COMFORTABLE STORE WE HAVE a cowrine linh OF DUSTERS, BUGGY CANOPIES AND OTHER SUMMER GOODS. LOOK OVER OUR LINE OF SINGLE AND DOUBLE DRIVING HARNESS BE FORE BUYING. N. PORTER . SADDLE AND HARNESS CO. 8PURS AND BITS. 40 Wert Washington 8. Telephone Red 131. ACTING CONSUL. During the ab sence of' A giislin Pina in Mexico the office of Mexican consul in Phoenix wilt be looked after by Senor Carlos Palufox. ' BACK FROM KELVIN. D. W." Nickels has returned from Florence and Kelvin where he went to look over mining properties with a view to investment. GONE FOR THE SUMMER Mrs. Oeorge A. MIntz and daughter Geor gie left last evening for San Fran cisco, where they will visit for a few weeks and then spend the rest of the summer in southern California, HERE FROM FISH CREEK Jack Fraser - of Fish Creek is a Phoenix visitor. He says the Roosevelt road and the Fish Creek station seem to be growing in popularity with the mountain travelers, 'though he gives due credit to the Roosevelt dam as the chief attraction in that direction. - COLORADO BEHIND TIME. Dr. J. C. Norton returned yesterday morn ing from Yuma where he went on san itary business. He says the big' Colo rado river 1s playing" possum this year and the annual June rise has not yet put in- its appearance- Though the river is ar-t to be twenty feet above low mark at this season !t has only raised four-tenths o? a foot. It is supposed to be due to a late season north and that the flood will, come a little later thmtgh it n? reported that the snowfall in Colorado was small this vear. -THE FEDERAL BUILDING When the notice calling for bids for a fed eral building were received by Post master McClintock with the request to print them, he did so as instructed and then addressed a letter to the suiervising architect in Washington informing him that the size of the ordinary city lots ni Phoenix is r0xl374 feet, while the dimensions of the site advertised for are 170x196. He asked if he could say to local proierty owners that J properties as short as 137V4 feet would be consid ered in the bidding. He received a letter .yesterday in reply, the answer to his question being contained in the following paragraph:- "Referring to that portion of your letter relative to the 'dimensions of blocks and lots in your city, you are requested to inform bidders 'that the size stated in the advertisement is approximate i only; somewhat larger or smaller lots j will have due consideration. As it j Is estimated that a building of 14,000 j square feet area will be required to accommodate the public service at ; Phoenix, it would seem that half a block of the size you descrilw would make a desirable site. Sometimes . when the shape of lots is an obstacle to procuring a suitable site, land on j both sides of the alley is bought and the alley vacated."' " 1 THE - LONDON-ARIZONA. C. E. Finney, president of the London! Arizona Copper Co., was a visitor in i j,.t,.tM.l..I.jMH;,.i.t,,;,.i.,;,,t,,.t,,;,,,,i,,f.i,,i, f.friM"K"M' H Mil!! t I'H'H"!' EVERYTHING and EVERYTHING THE BEST CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS 4.frH"H'iiil"t H , H"M 1"M-I SODA WATER PHONE MAIN I We wish to say that we handle about all the leading brands. Johnson & Johnson, 25c; Colgate's Talc, 25c; Palmer's Violet, 25c; San itol, 25c; Mennen's, 25c; Hudnut's Violet, 50c. ' - Yvonne M's Sweet Violet Talcum; large glass container, 35c This Is the great one; always pleases. Sold only at ELVEY & HULETT Quality Druggists A mail order if you can't come.' iiiMiimiuiiiiummimffflnnnniiunui a THE LATEST I Card Graze is the I SWASTIKA CHEYENNE Can be played with one pack, a Both games are entirely new "2 and intensely interesting.. 5 Ask to See Them. "- 1 GRAIN'S STATIONERY AND NEWS CO. 11.11 m r - B mm .-,. . i ...., v H .... . SinniiimmimiiuniHHiiuumiumgiua Phoenix a few hours yesterday, en route to Los Angeles from the mine in Pinal county where he has been for several days. He says things are rather quiet there and will be during the summer and not much work is being done. In the early fall however development will be resumed on a large scale. There never was a time when Mr. Finney was wore confident of the great value of the property and the ultimate success of his undertak ing in financing it. Things have not moved as rapidly as they would had It not been for the panic, but they are moving nevertheless, and next winter he expects to see that district a lively one. He is as optimistic as ever for the future, of not only his project, but of all the big mines in that section. Work is going along in a quiet way in the Ray, Kelvin and ad" joining districts and the seeming quietness Is by no means a desertion of the big enterprises, but merely the adjusting of plans to present tempo rary conditions. MRS. TISKE'S .SUCCESS IN ROSMtRSHOLM A Fair Attendance Witnessed the Pr sentation of Ibsen's - Play at , the Olympic. v ; ; Withal that Mrs. Fiske's acting had an undeniable fascination and that she was surrounded by & company of sup porting artists some of which at times overshadowed the principal star In her role of "Rebecca West,"-it is doubt ful If a very large per cent -of the fairly large attendance really enjoyed or appreciated Ibsen's morbid, philo ups. True, the theme works out beaut- -was presented at the Olympic last night. About the entire plot is a sug gestiveness. (it matters not whether it was so intended), .that many ' have characterized as. unwholesome, and V is doubtful if such plays are. health ful for the minds of even the grown a maze of misionprehension and m ifully, the climax is in a manner, an uplifting view. Rosmersholm is a sequel in point of fact to Hedda Gabler and to. under stand" the drama much that has trans pired before must be gathered la the first act or else the listener is lost, in a maze of misiomprehension and - in the haziness of much "beating about the bush." But there are those who dote on Ibsen and they are not to be denied, hence the plays live andV have their being and turn in the shekels into the box office. With Mrs. Fiske's acting the greatest fault to be found, is the fact that her enunciation was fleeting and indis tinct, her oice often times too low to bo audible. When she chose to do so however, her lines were forcefully and effectively t,poken. This criticism was Offered freely last night. Yet her de lineation was illuminating and applied a touch which made the character of the woman stand out like a cameo in clearness, a bold bas-relief of a strange nature apparently cold, heart less, unfeeling. This impression pre vailed all through the first two acts, and it is really not until the third and the fourth acts that Rebbeca West commanded much sympathy from the audience. There was nothing over drawn about Mrs. Fiske's acting, noth ing stagey, but naturalness and repose were dominant qualities. Her portray al of this type of character was with out question remarkably realistic. Her IN MEN'S WEAR AND MEN'S FURNISHINGS. i-H-M' H 1 1 ti l ill 11 1 i M l t H Ice Gream Freezers 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 The Crescent . A . o o The Phoenix - - - ! Please Keep Those Shoes Bright An immense stock of fresh Shoe Polish in black and tan X In great variety Just received. T f Bixola, Elite, Jet-Oil, Royal Sa- I T tionole, etc i Wetzler's Gash Grocery Phone Black 961. Z 25 W. Wash. SL i -l l H t"H '! 1 1 M 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I ! ennoblement, the audience were per haps not quite prepared to receive as convincing, probably because the pro gress of the play towards its conclu sion was not fully attended. Arthur Forest as John Rosmer had a handsome stage presence and his facial expression was excellent. He Is an actor of notable promise. Fuller Hellish gave a fine picture of the narrow dogmatic Rector Kroll. AVI1 llam Norton was particularly good as Peter Mortensgard, the editor of the Beacon., . . The scenic features were splendid even luxurious and admirably adapted to the play. The waits were too long between the acts and owing to Mrs. Fiske's custom of having no music, the waits came dangerously near being wearisome. Owing to the late arrival of the crowd the play was not started till nearly nine o'clock. The applaus-e was generous and the com pany received numerous curtain calls. o KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. All Knights of Pythias are requested to meet at the K. of P. hall at 4:00 p. m .today. June 21. to attend the fun eral of Brother Frank Hartwell, from the undertaking parlors of Easterling & Whitney, at 4:30 p. m. CHAS. A. STAUFFER, C. C. ELKS PLEASE NOTICE. AH Elks are respectfully requested to be at the lodge room at 4:15 p. m. to attend the funeral of Brother Frank Hartwell. We will march from the hall to the undertaking parlors of Easter ling & Whitney at 4:30 p. m. sharp. PAUL. REXAU INGLES, E. R. I. J. LIPSOHX, Sec'y. Quite small was his bedroom, but he Was meek and content as a saint. He made no complaint, for, you see. There was really no room for com plaint. o This life of ours is surely rough. And happiness is hard to touch. If poor you do not eat enough. And if you're rich you eat too much! Washington Star. YOUR VACATION PLEASURES Will be Incomplete, without tne daily Republican's visit. Do not miss a single issue. Phone Main 47, and give the address or addresses, where you want The Republican sent; same price by mail. 75 cents per month. . ... Anybody Can Kodak The charm of the Kodak system lies in its simplicity. - No dark room needed. "Daylight all the way." Kodaks come at all prices, to fit any pocketbook, large or small. The Store That Carries the Stock. MILLER-STERLING GO. Successors to E. L. Andrews & Son. 9-11 E. Washington St. Refrigerators and Talbot & Hubbard's Hardware Store Jewelry Store X.9 -cr ft o w i? o jewelry Store $1.50 for $1.00 4.1 This is our offer in the sale of modern 11.50- books in the original $1.30 binding for 11.00 the copy. Can you afford to lose this op portunity? BerryHiU's Big Book Store "The Mail Order House" ,K,.IM,,H,,H,,HHMi,,i,ii I 1"! 1 H"M t' l- Cold Roast Pork Cold Roast Beef Properly Cooked Tender and Good. . WATERMELONS Ripe, red, and good, 2c Per Pound. PEOPLE'S MEAT MARKET and workingman's friend, PETER SEEGER, Prop. y 39 W. Wash. Phone Blk. 114L T I BARGAINS f In Residences, Orange Land, Alfalfa Tracts and all kinds of property. You will be safe In 4. buying anything we recommend. 1 Marshall. Kay & Go. I ' T ,H"H"H"I' H 'I"M-M-1"I l..l..M..MMt..M. I.T. Hosey Broker STOCKS, bonds, grain AND COTTON . We buy or sell anythln g . listed tor you 40 N. First St. Phoenix Phone Main 232 H gtlMNIHIILl