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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN TUESDAY MORNING," JULY 14,-1908.
10 mm?. w Wmoiu REASON . No.l That's easy. Because it's the one dependable wapon that we positively assure you will carry your load safely over all kinds and con ditions of roads. Whether they're stony, rutty or smooth; whether in the valley or on the mountain; in dry weather or a "forty days rain" the Winona Mountain Waon will never fail you tinder any conditions. Reason No. 1 is that no matter if you put ten tons on the Bolsters you cannot snap the Axle (like many wagon axles) because our patent outer bearings absolutely prevent it. You can see tne ainerence ior yourseu in uie tui auuvc. The arrow-point in cut touches the piece of iron that supports the bolster end and rests on the heavy steel skein that extends for several inches under the axle. The whole is clipped together making a solid and unbreakable support no matter now Dig a strain is put on it. f There are 24 More Reasons Ask our dealer to show you all the good points of which this is only one. Write for our new free catalog that tells 25 forceful reasons why you should own a Winona Mountain Wagon. Don't buy till you investigate. Write today. WINONA WAGON CO.. Box , Wlaona. Mian. Ezra W. Thayer, 124-126 East Washington 123-125 East Adams CHICAGO'S ART IDEAS AND HIE POSI OFFICE Pictures in Which There Is Too Much Poverty of Clothing. Chicago, July 9. (Special Corre spondence of The Republican) Ar raignment of Chicago's iKistuffice an- J thorities by the- National Art Society j because of the exclusion of its jour- i nals from the mails, v.ith the tart j comment that the officials "didn't j know the difference between a Venus , d Milo and a mud pie," has excited an equally tart reply, "A Halstea.il street barkeeper's reel tut ion of Hamlet is not art." The judging of what is tirt and mailable brings frequent ' Hashes all over the country, the rules of the department being complied with rigidly and according to precedent. There is an interesting difference recognized between the original paint in its anil stautary and the reproduc tions, which an official who h;is to discriminate put this way: "The orig- j inai enus ie mho was art, nut a pic ture of it printed on cheap paper is not art. one does not need a pair of spectacles to see the sun, and munn pictures are 'first aid' to immorality." The exclusion which raised the wrath of the art society was due to a pic ture of "La Source" by Ingres, which represents a woman in the nude holding an over-flowing Jar upon her shoulders. In consequence, 'he ar raignment of the postal censors as "prudes." The magazine was released, by a wire from Washington, but now the department is debating whether In the future the lady of "La Source" must wear clothes even in midsummer or be kept from the mails. New York Central Lines to Boston and Return Every Thursday Until September 2-1 tli inclusive From St. Louis $33.10 VIA "BIG FOUR ROUTE," From Chicago $29.35 VIA . . "Lake Shore" OR "Michigan Central" Good for return 30 days Correspondingly low fares to Canada, Adirondack Mountains and St. Lawrence River F. M. BYRON, S. C. P. A, 216 W. Fourth St., LOS ANGELES. WARREN J. LYNCH, Passenger Traffic Manager,- CHICAGO. Chicago's final tribute to the mem ory of 3 rover Cleveland will take the form of a big memorial meeting to be held in the Auditorium next Sunday, July 12. Personal friends and, political associates of the former president will make the leading ad dresses and thousands of citizens of Chicago will unite with them to do honor to the "Sage of Princeton." The meeting will be lield under the aus pices of tho Iroquois flub, the demo cratic club -of the city. From the day that the news of drover Cleveland's death reached Chicago, associations, clubs and public bodies here have vied with each other in bearing witness to the admiration and affection with wljch the former president was re garded by democrats and republicans alil.e. The Hoard of Tpide was one of the first bodies to take official action and summed up the feeling of the city and of the entire country in the following striking resolution: "On June 24 the mortal life of Grover Cleveland was ended. The record of hi: career as president of the I'nited States for two full terms, and In other capacities, both private and public. Is one of lofty patriotism, of unsurpassed courage, of unswerving fidelity to gnat and illimitable principles, of profound statesmanship, of unhesitat ing loyalty to his convictions regard less of personal considerations or po litical affiliations. In the great crises that made illustrious his presidency he kept unawed and solely in view the maintenance of law and order and the glory of tiie republic. No sophis try ever pierced his armor of righteousness, lie was great in his simplicity and simple In his great ness. His name is written in living and ineffaceable characters among the. names of our great presidents. The life and character of Grover Cleve land arc among the Imperishablo treasures of the nation." The Hoard of Trade of Chicago has always been foremost in voicing the unspoken sen timents of its members and of the city in times of. national calamity, and in such cases as the Jamestown flood, the Galveston flood and the San Fran cisco earthquake it contributed large sums of money for the relief of the sufferers. Among the other organiza tions which passed memorial resolu tions were the Iroquois club, Union League club, Hamilton club, Illinois Athletic club and the board of conv missioners of Cook county. :: The Valley Pride Creamery J now has Mr. . M. Walters, an expert, at the head of their patteur- ' izing department, and are putting out a very high grade of : Pasteurized Milk and Cream. Call up Main 289 and your orders will 'be promptly filled. 4- i, .t -t-l- f -I I 1 ! 1 H"l"t-l"l"l"t"l -t I I I 1 1 1 1 M'i'I 1 t 1 I ti H-WW SOON, VERY SOON We will soon be. ready to ( show the ladies the latest and hand somest goods ever shown In Arizona, In Millinery and Dress Goods. Our new place 13 being fixed up and new goods are arriving daily. Cloak and Suit House Mm The convincing- Rhodus brothers, who Induced many prominent Chi cagoans to invest In the Mercantile Finance company, now under heavy fire, did not make a 'tract Ice of re turning any money once they got it, according to testimony In a court lu re several months ago. The mother of five children called to get back $20 she had invested and later testified: "1 told him 1 was in hard luck and he said if I needed money so badlv I should sell my furniture. I told him I could not sleep on the grass and could not feed my children on grass and he (Indicating Thomas Rhodus) put his face close to me as If he was going to hit me and shouted: 'See here, we have told you enough. If you have uny money you put it down on that desk and If you haven't any we are through with you. ' Get out of here. If you don't get out we will throw you out.' I was so frightened 1 was ging to scream. Then lie put both his hands on the back of my shoulders, pushed me out of his of fice and slammed the door." The last two years have seen a great clean-up of get-rich-quick and wildcat concerns in Chicago. Many mahogany-fitted offices have suddenly been vacated, the employment sharks, bucket shops and "investment" swindlers having gone to jail or to other pastures. War on disorderly nouses in Chi cago, following successful warfare on the "white slave traffic," has been be gun for the Chicago Law and Order League by Arthur Run-age Farwell. He has made public the results of an investigation as to the number of places holding government licenses to pell liquor, the total being 12.236, he says, for the names fill 256 pages of the internal revenue collector's rec ords, with 31 names to the page. Of these 14"0 are outside of Chicago or rectifiers, brewers or duplicates, 7209 are saloons, lloil are druggists and the balance, 2327, are charged to dis orderly houses. "The probabilities are." Mr. Farwell says, "that there are many disorderly houses where Intoxi cating liquor is sold th:t do not pay a government tax, but this record shows 2300 places where the govern ment has issued an internal revenue license, and probably in every case intoxicating liquor . is sold contrary to the state law and the ordinances of the city of Chicago. The time has come in this city when a concerted effort should be made against the dis orderly house, ngninst the illegal sale of intoxicating liquor in such houses and against the replenishing of ma terial for this awful business for the.se many places." o Vacation Clothes GOING AWAY THIS SUMMER? Then let us fit you' up with a light weight Tvo Piece Suit You will need clothes that are neat and stylish and have the good fitting qualities. At prices that range from $10 to $30 Q wev are fully prepared to fit you with just such a suit one that will make you feel proud wherever you go. You'll do Better at SO I 1Q if u Outfitters to Men Q and Boys OE AN OLD PHOENIX BOY. "The ! Fourth Kstate," a journal devoted to ! newspapers and newspaper men, an nounces that Florence J. O'Hrein, bus iness manager of the Sacramento I Union and president of the State Ad j Men's Association, has severed his connection with the Union pnd has been succeeded by W. W. Chenoweth, lately manager of the Nevada Tran j script. Mr. O'Hrein was for a long I time connected with The Republican j in the capacity of advertising mana I ger. The University of Chicago has lost Its head trainer of white rats. This does not imply that the education of rodents is a regular feature of that university's curriculum, but neverthe less Professor John H. Watson of the department of psychology owed his Mi. D. degree and present position to his success In training these animals, and he has just bren called to a higher position at the Johns Hopkins Uni versity at Haltimore. The experi ments that made Dr. Watson's fame were highly unique and may throw important light on the development of human beings, scientists declare. The object of the invest jgution briefly was to discover whether the. higher mem bers of the animal kingdom. Including rodents and babies, can be considered to possess any real intelligence prior to the full development of the nervous system. The results indicated that they can. and incidentally established for all time the exact number of min utes it will take an average hungry rat to find a way into a box when there Is cheese in the box. The prin cipal experiments consisted in lining1 the successive attempts of a young rat to get Into a cage, opening by a latch string which had been moistened with cheese. The first attempts took ten minutes, but after a number of trials a light began to dawn on the rat. and thereafter he made a bee line for the string as soon as he was released. Tlje old rats took more time to solve the puzle, but their memory proved better than that of the youngsters. One old rat took S3 minutes to learn a complicated method of entering the food box, but the second time he was placed near it he did the tric k in ex actly one minute and a half. It Is said that John D. Rockefeller was highly pleased at the ingenuity shown in the experiments. o Try our bakery g.Mids. You will be satisfied. Home Caking Co. BEFORE GOING AWAr Arrange to have the Daily Repub lican follow you. No trouble to change your address on our mailing list, no matter how often j-ou move about during your vacation. 75 cents per month. Phone Main 4"; the cir culation man there will take care of If the carrier fails to leave The Re publican at your address any day noti fy the office before noon and a spe cial messenger will deliver it. We expect subscribers to get their paper every day in the year, and unless tk aHuisa us of Door service we (cannot properly serve them. PHONE MAIN 47. H STANDS FOR PRICKLY HEAT When the evening are cool And you boys begin to call Take her Donofrio's cactus candy And you're sure to be it all. A FRIEND TO THE FARMER. BEAR'S PRICKLY HEAT REMEDY MEANS INSTANT RELIEF. YOU CAN USE IT ON THE BABY. YOU GET IT AT Say, it just makes one want to build a new house and fill it with nice things when you go into Mas sie & Sons' new place. They have a suit of furniture that cost $::00 in tlte east. Then they have two dozen nice dressers to- sell at, all ithe way from JG.OO to $20.00. Fine Uvash stands, nice, iron beds; a fine I lot of second hand linoleum, and I they bought tliree 9x12 second hand I rugs yesterday; just look like new, land 4 Wilton velvet rugs that cost $12 each. They sell them for $6.00. jThey have some fine kitchen cabi Inets; save lots of -work and time. They have nice second hand chairs and rockers. Then they have new ! rope edge springs and ' all cotton i mattresses, new blankets and com ! forts. Then yon should see the 5c. ilOe, 13c. 20c and 23c counter. Just I like the city. Get an arm load . for la dollar. Massie surely is the far 'mers' friend, for tney can get a 'wagon load there for so little money. Come in and get a drink of ice j water and rest yourself. Massie will buy all your goods. Massie & Sons Phone Main 23". 114-1.16 W. Wash. THE BEAR DRUG STORE v OFP. CITY HALL. POTTER & ROZIENE, Props. lasaaHHiHH' LADIES No more hard wortc on wash days If you get a 1900 Klectrie Washer and Wringer. SEK IT RUN AT MORDEN'S BIG SECOND HAND STORE. 407 E. WASH. PHONE BLK. 64. The war upon anti-vivisection senti ment which was declared by the American Medical Association at its recent meeting In Chicago will be vigorous, according to present senti ment. Jiy unanimous vote a commit tee to urge the necessity and bene fits of animal experimentation in the study of diseases was created, a step which shows how much modern scien tific medicine differs from the teach ings 100 years ago. Scientific men to day can speak positively regarding the causes and methods of prevention of diseases because their statements are based not on mere theory, but on actual demonstration and proof. To animal experiments are due much of the present knowledge of diptheria, ty phoid fevr, yellow fever, cholera, bu bonic plague and many other con tagious and loathsome diseases, the facts learned having enabled our boards of heal'h und sanitary authori ties practically to wipe out many dis eases and "to control others. The as sociation wiH combat the entire mis conception of the value and purposes of animal experiments and the manner In which they are conducted which have inspired persistent attempts In some states to enact laws forbidding this method of Investigation. The American Medical Association plans to make public the Information as to the value of .such experiments In stamping out disease and In saving Sunny vi fc y ft CD It takes Less And Does More It makes Washing A Pleasure Ask Your Grocer fakelin E. S, VI Grocer Go. Distributors "Butterick" Patterns For August on Sale. THE BEST ALWAYS Special Clearing Sale of Women's Ready-to- Wear Apparel. WHITE WAISTS Special sale of White Waists at our Annex Mon day and Tuesday. Waists made of Persian and Tussorlne Lawn with embroidery fronts ami trimmed with fine Valenciennes lace; about one dozen different styles in the lot; all new, fresh goods, well made and lots of styles; were $1.25 and $1.50 per waist. This sale' at 69 July Stock Reductions The fact tflat every department in our house is having a clearing out of all summer goods makes this the biggest bargain giving month of the. sea son. All seasonable goods must go now and are marked regardless of cost. All other Women's Ready-to-Wear Goods in our Annex will be reduced from 23 to 50 PER CENT dur ing our July clean up. 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. will give the best re sults in the bread stuff line, and you will always have ' sweet, light, healthy BREAD BOTH BRANDS OF FLOUR. FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS Manufactured by VALLEY FLOUR MILLS. Phoenix, Arizona. DRESS LAWNS 25 pieces of very pretty Figured and Dotted Dress Lawns, "0 inches wide, sheer quality tn all the best colors; was 15c a yard. Rale price 100 DRESS LAWNS 25 pieces Dotted and Figured Dress Lawn in all good colors, suitable for street or house dress es; was 12 Vic a yard. Sale I-iee l-3 WHITE NAINSOOK 5 pieces fine White Checked Nainsook, two sized checks, suit able for children's wear; nice, sheer finality, was J2V.C a yard. Special sale price --0 Watch Our Shoe Department for New Styles ASK FOR NO. Fi06 Child's and Misses' Tan Calf Ox fords, heavy soles, blucher cut, tip toe, large eyelets. Sizes S to 11, price SI. 75 Sizes to 2, price S2.00 ASK FOR B136 Ladies' Tan Calf Oxford, blucher cut, ribbon lace, welt sole, me dium heel, made tn the ' new straight last. Trice -S3.50 ASK FOR B124 Ladies' Willow Calf. Rluchcr Cut Oxford, with ribbon lace, and flexible welt sole, low hee', foot form last - Price S3.50 WE HANDLE AN AUTOMOBILE as a delicate piece of machinery, not 1 1 ns n lot of metal- Send 11a vnurs to be repaired and the result will show our skill and knowledge of autos. Send it to us while there Is only a little the matter. That will save you money and the chance of a bigger re pair bill later on. ' SOUTHWESTERN AUTO CO. Phone Main 345 225-229 W. Wash. St. E. W. BACON. Manager. I With a smile upon his face. I rsu fr-j.f alii-,! Carina fm u human lives. ; (From Doiutfrio's place.