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TIIE ARIZONA KErUBLlCAI TUESDAY 3IORXlX, JULY II, 1908.
FineOrgandies and Batistes Lines of Organdies and Batistes in 25c and 35c grades, special per yard 15c Bleached Muslin A fine soft -finish White Mus lin of a quality well worth 10c. Special per yard Fine Cambric An extra quality of fine cam hric; very desirable for under wear. Special, per yard...g Wash Suits A limited number of Wash Suits in Jumper Prir.i'-ers stylos; it pood number oj size:? left. Prices 1"2 OFF PRACTICE SHOOTING FOR ARIZONA N. G. A. General Order No. 4 Arranging Pre liminaries For the Camp Brod'e Contests, Following the publication day In The Republican of Kimonos Shirtwaists Values in Sacqucs and Kimo- Wnxh Waists in white and colors in values ranging from nos neatly under-priced, sell- i) $0)) Nny ing for ....ZQt, TO S1.50 each T.C TO S1.75 yester- a general story concerning the rifle shoot at Camp Perry, the publication of gen eral order No. 4 by the governor and 'adjutant general under date of July 9 and Issued yesterday, is of timely interest. It recites the facts of Ari I zona's connection with the Camp Perry contests, or rather the prepar ations for the contests. Since the rders were issued a supplemental order has been provided asking for two contestants from D company oi , Mesa also. Companies A of Phoe nix and E of Prescott are not id lowed to participate under the law as they have not yet been organised a year. Following is general order :No, 4. J 1. A camp for the selection and preparation of tho Arizona rifle team to compote at the national match at CaHip Perry, Ohio, will be held at Camp Broil io, near Granite, Arizona, beginning July 22, 1908, under the command of Colonel I W. Cogglns. The following detail of officers and men are ordered to report at Camp Brodie, Arizona, for practice and duty: Pongee and Silks Fancy and plain Silks and Pongee:; in values $1.00 and up. Special J-.J OFF Silk Mulls An offer of fancy Silk Mulls in actual ."c value:-, especially priced per yard .... ? M3 Southern California Advertisements. THE NEW ROSSLYN Iiti :' ; a THE NATTICK HOUSE 443 South Main St., LOS ANGELES, CAL. RATES: European, 75o to $2. American, $1.50 to 53.00. FREE BUSS MEETS ALL TRAINS First and Main Sts LOS ANGELES, CAL. RATES: American, $1.50 to $2.50. European, 50c to $2.00. HOLLENBECK HOTEL LOS ANGELES. A. C Bilicke. John S. Mitchell. TWO NEW ELEVATORS. NEW FIRE PROOFING. NEW FURNITURE. NEW PLUMBING. Fifty Thousand Dollars worth of improvements made this season fur the comfort, safety and convenience of our guests. HEADQUARTERS FOR ARIZONIANS. PARADISE VALLEY SANITARIUM A well equipped medical and surgi cal establishment, like Battle Creek Sanitarium. Alisolutoly the only sani tarium in Southern California having a cool summer" climate; every day delightfully sunny. Overlooking Kan Diego lay and the Pacific. Booklet at Republican office or by writing II. W. Lindsay, Mgr., National City, Cal. AGNEW SANITARIUM, San Diego, California. Handsomest anil best equipped establishment of its kind in the west, offers at reasonable rates accommodations which are superior in every respect and combine the com forts and luxuries of the home. San Diego is noted for its even climate the year around. Write for particulars or secure pamphlet at Tho re publican office. SANTA CATALINA ISLAND Season 19(18. GREATEST FISHING TOURNAMENTS. Auspices "Tuna" and "Light Tackle- Clubs," Boating, Bathing, Hunt ing. Golf, Tennis, etc CANVAS CITY Hundreds of tents In shady groves. HOTEL METROPOLEEuropcan and American plan. ISLAND VILLA HOTEL Rooms single, $5.00 per week upwards; $8.00 for two. WRITE FOR INTERESTING PRINTED MATTER. BANNING COMPANY, 104 Pacific Electric Builing, Lo Anegles, Calif. r7) 09 So. Hi SL, Lo Angelea, Cal. Ftrong, Original, Practical, SUCCESSFUL. Belongs to no "chain" or trust elass or clan absolute MERIT its only alliance. Concentrated, enthusias tic, COMPLETE. A school of FORCE, CHARACTER and INFLUENCE, prestige of long experience, thousand of graduates every "one a WOOD BURT testimonial and a vital force In the world. "BETTERNESS" Its distinctive quality. "Tho Success of the Student" Its slogan. Entire year (-begin when ready. POSITIONS SECURED. Write for "Catalogue W K Is Illuutrated. Interesting. Instructive. INSPIRING. THE FRENCH KITCHEN THE RIGHT PLACE TO EAT. be open day and night. Short orders and regular meals. YEE BEN CO, PROPS. 11 West Wash. St 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 hygienically and baked in improved ovens. The purest, cleanest and most delicious bread sold in Arizona. PHOENIX BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY. Established 1SS1. Edward Eisele, Prop. Phono Main S9. Coggins, adjutant A. Alkire, Reg. Q. T. Alkire, Reg. Grinstead, Co. A., assistant sur- Jst Ci: II. make , Phoenix: Two target practice; Tempe: . Seven target practice; Colonel I,. W. general. Phoenix. Captain George M.. Phoenix. Captain Frank Coms'y, Thoenix. Captain E. P. rhocnix. Lieut. C. K. Yount, goon, Prescott. Sgt. A. A. Gossard, Sgt. C, Phoenix. Company commanders will following details: From Company I!, officers or men for five men for duty. From Company C, officers or men for four men for duty. From Company I, Flagstaff; Six of ficers or men for target practice. From Company H, Yuma: Seven officers or men for 4argct practice. From Second Troop, Morcnci: Three officers or men for target practice. Company commanders will send certificates with their details that all officers and men competing for a place on the Arizona team are eli gible under G. O. 26 W. D. 19"S. 3. Detailft from companies B, C, H and Sec. Tr. will report to Capt. Frank T. Alkire, Reg. Coms'y. at Phoenix in time to leave for Camp Brodie at K a. m. Sjuly 22d, 19iS. Detail from Company I will pro proceed direct from home station to Camp Hrodie, arriving there July 22. 4. Company comarnnders will pro vide travel rations for all enlisted ii)en- for actual time spent en route to camp at a price not to exceed amount allowed by the .17. S. govern ment. 5. Transportation will be furnish ed for all officers and enlisted men by the railroad agent at the home station upon presentation of a copy of this order; and company com manders will give a receipt to such agent for the transportation so furn ished showing number of officers and men trnnsjtorted. Captain George A. Alkire, Reg. Q. M is hereby ordered to proceed to Camp Brodie not later than July 20th to prepare and establish camp. The detail of five men from Com pany B and four men from Company C will report to Captain George A. Alkire for duty at Camp Brodie July 20th, ISIS. 7. Captain Frank T. Alkire, Reg. Coms'y. will provide field rations during the term of this camp. S. At the close of this camp on or about the 12th day of August, lHOS, the Arizona rifle team as se lected, consisting of eighteen officers and men will proceed to Camp Per ry, Ohio, for competition in the na tional match. 9. All officers or men not selected as a part of the rifle team will be irirm diutcly returned to their home stations upon completion of their duty. Regimental Q. M. will provido transportation and Reg. Coms'y will provide travel rations Kv order of JOSEPH II. KIBBEV, Governor and Commander in Ctiief. Official: LEWIS W. COGGIN'S. Adjutant General. OFF FOR DETROIT. Frank 1!. Good of the Fortuna Mining company came in from the camp yesterday and will leave this morning for Detroit, Mich. No Hill Too Steep No Sand Too Deeo for Runabout. 18 h.p $900.00 Taurine Cars. 24 h.p....Sl&o.U0and$l6o0.00 Tourlnc Car. 3.i h p., 4 cylinders $2150.00 Gentleman's Roadster S2150.U0 Send lor Citilotnc and List ol Used Can Agents wanted where not represented. A. W. GUMP AUTO CO., 1118 S. Main 8., Lo Angeles Hotel Westminster Los Angeles, Cal. Fuurtli and .MainSts American Plan Reopened Rates (IJ7 CA Rooms Per DayV'DyJ without Bath Rooms With Bath $3, $3,50 and $4 European Plan $1.00 per flav and up With bath $1.50 and ap . F.O.JOHNSON, - Prop. Glad Tidings from the New York Store's Ladies' Tailoring Department Warmer weather always has a tendency to create slack business in our made-to-order division. That's why we shall endeavor to offer some extraordinary induce ments to those who prefer to have their Summer Clothes made to order. So be ginning Today and until further notice our Ladies' Tailor will make to your order i A Made of either 50c ft. VT71j. T ni i or ouc wnue imen uKlll AH complete for . . . $6.00 A Made of similar , White Material. All Suit cmpktc fr $11.50 Our Mr. Kalsman's work, we presu me, does not require any further recommendation. His motto: "The Best Is None Too Good for Our Customers," will find suitable expression in the above offer. Deepest Cut Ever on Ready-to- Wear Apparel is PRICE For Entire Stock of Tailor-Made Cloth Suits, Tub Suits, Silk Dresses, Silk Evening Costumes PRICE For all Skirts of Voile, Panama, Silk, Batiste and Fancy Mixtures Summer Vests 15 DOZ. OF WOMEN'S SLEEVE- LESS SUMMER VESTS With jirctty lace trimmed yoko, vory clastic, wok anil arinlioli-. taieil, sizrs 4 to fi, eonsiihr.-jl excellent vstluc fit 2m: special :it 15c t Price FOR ENTIRE STOCK OF Embr oideries sik-Ii as IMKinq, Jnsrrtion::, All Ovtrs, FiounciiiKs anil J-mi-KlimnriiiKS, in Swiss, rainrnok. Cambric and Hamburg. t Prioe FOR ENTIRE STOCK OF Wash Goods such as Here' Foulard. Plaid Voile. Silk Tissues, etc., in a vast assortment of colorings, and de signs ransincr in price from L'Oc to Me per yard. Infants' Hose A DAINTY NEW LINE OF IN FANTS'. BLACK RIBBED COT TON HOSE Lisle finished, seam less, very stretchy, size 4 to 6, and sold in most places at 15c here Today, pair 10c 5c For Women's Black Cotton Stockings, fast dye and seam I e s s, well worth 6c For "Sea Is land Un bleached Mus lin, strong and firm, full yard wide, regular 8 l-3c quality. ANNUAL REPORT 01 PUBLIC tXAMINER It Shows the County Governments ta Be in Better Condition than Ever Bpfore. Tho annual rirt I'uMic Kxim inir W. C. Foster, for the fiscal rear ending June S', has been placed in tho hands of tho governor. ;-mraIly speaking the rejxirt indicates that all the county governments in tho terri tory arc in a flattering condition of regularity and the records well kept. There are some exceptions concerning which the facts are given, but the ir regularities stre comparatively unim portant and thf general c litions ai so much better than tiny ever were before, that the territory may will feel flattered. The examiner ays that as a whole the county governments have been well administered. There were many instances in which attention was call ed to carelessness or Indifference to the letter of the law, hut special re ports to the governor were deemed necessary in only five instancies during the year. One was in connection with tin; of fice of probate judge of Cochise coun ty. That official left the office a con siderable part of the time in ihe care of assistants, while attending to other business. There was no ci)iipair.t, however, on the part of the people and seemingly no harm resulted from the practice though the precedent was no a proper one. The second report was in connection with the office of district attorney of Cochise county, with the facts of which tho public is already familiar. The district attorney was suspended by the governor, but a tiry exoner ated him and the suspension became inoperative. Another instance was in respect of supervisorial affairs in" Cochise county but the irregularities seemed chiefly to be due to-.thw lax methods of the district attorney ewho was not present when neede'd to rive counsel. The condition was rectified. Another report was on the Pima county schools where ,there , was an unlawful operation of a high school with district .school funds and o:::e trouble concerning school bonds. The other special report was In ro tation to affairs in Gila county. Tu supervisors hal allowed tho payment of some wrongful demands upon the county, ai:d tin; treasurer had erre.l in holding certain securities not authoriz ed by law. Tin-re was also a shortage in the accounts of the truste of the Clone and North Globe Townsite. However, none of these incidents will result in loss t the county. YVhen-wr errors :av been discovered ti;c t:a'.'o .rain at all, been corrected at one. Continuing, th report s.ivs; "In this connection it may Us well to state that no county in Arizona sinew thopassage of the law cresting the office of public examiner, t;as suf fered a Iosss through the embezzlement of its funds by its officials. luring the first two years of the oxration of the law numerous discoveries were mad" of county officials using public funds for personal gain. Kvery dollar was recovered without suit, prowcu tion or undue publicity. I am pleased to .state that with the present system of accounting and the high character generally of the county officials of Arizona the disposition heretofore ex isting to use county funds for person al gain has been almost 'eliminated. Hut fe.v discoveries of this class were made during the past year and i n each case tin? amount involved was trifling." The tax rolls in many eountie.s will be larger this yftar than last year, eays the public examiner. ;tnd hi : fe.v they will be smaller, but there will b? a small net increase- in the territory vef iAIN 47. the valuations of 1JV07. the? banner' year in the territory's history. Attached to Ihe report are various tabulated documents showing the re ceipts and expenditures in each county in the territory for the preceding year; also duplicate tax rolls of the counties for the year 1907 and figures in re lation to the delinquent property in each county and the delinquent taxes collected. - These figures show that Pec. ?, J30T, taxes became delinquent on property to the amount of J.335,083.92. By June 30, 1908, $214,279.37 had been collected, leaving a balance, uncollected on that date, of $120,804.55, IRRIGATION WATER. Strange as it may seem the more it rains in the h:'.!s the less water there is in the river. There was a slight rise a couple ef days ago, but since then it bar. t-eii gradually falling. It can be accounted for only on the theory that t?:e rains In the bills have been of s:ua!i ure-n and short and the water h-:i lxs cut yet become sufficiently :!nr;ith'd to afford much of a run-off. It is said to have rained three inches in ITeseott in two days, but u few i. lib-. out:-!! f Prescott it did not CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED with MiCAf. APPLICATIONS, as they eanuot reach the sat of the disease. 'atarrh is a blood or constitutional dis ease, and in order to cure it you must lake internal remedies. Hull's Catarrh Turn is taken internally, and acts di rectly on tie- blood and mucous surfaces. Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quack medi cine. U was prescribed by one of the tes physicians in this country for years and ts a regular prescription. It is com posed of the best tonics known, com bined with the best blood purifiers, act ing directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of tho two ingre dient is what produces wonderful re sults in curing Catarrh. Send for testi monials free. j'. J. CIIKNEY & CO., Trops., Toledo, O. Soil hv drmrcists, 7T.C. . Take JIali's Family nils for constipa tion. . I gals. lubricating oil, a quantity of j builders hardware, tools, etc., as per (specifications obtainable at school. (The supplies furnished under contract ( will be subject to rigid inspection. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids, or any part of n bid, if deemed for the best interests of the service. Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check or draft on some I'nited States depository or solvent na ionai bank, made payable to the order of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for at least 5 per cent of the bid, which check or draft shall be forfeited to tnc ! tViited states in case a bidder receiv ing an award shall fail to execute promptly a satisfactory contract it: ac cordance with his bid. otherwise tr be returned to the bidder. Bids accom panied by cash in lieu of certified theck will not be considered. For fur ther information apply to Charles V. (.oilman Superintendent. SELLING 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 they advise us of poor service we cannot properly serve them. PHONE PROPOSALS' FOR SUPPLIES. Phornix. Arizona, June 22, 19riS. Sealed proposals, plainly marked o:i the out side of the envelope "Proposals for Supplies," and addressed to tho under signed at Phoenix, Arizona, will be re ceived at tho Phoenix Indian School until 2 o'clock p. in., Wednesday, July 22, 198, for furnishing and delivering as required during the fiscal year end ing June 30. 1909, about 90,000 lbs. po tatoes, 13,000 lbs. onions, 6,000 lbs. ap ricots and grapes, 1,000 lbs. crackers, 80 cases canned corn) 5,000 lbs. seed barley, 800 lbs. alfalfa seed, 12a reams book paper, 1,000 electric lamps, 110 l Good Pianos That's our business it $ i has been so for the many X years since we have been X right in your midst. An ijl X ironclad gnarantee ot X eood faith, srood goods and square dealing ac- ; companies every msi.ru- t ment leaving this house, j X - Can One Ask i For More? REDEWILL'S The Home of w Everything Musical. 5