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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 10, 1008. That's .easy. Because it's the one dependable -wagon that we positively assure yon 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 Wadon will never fail you under 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 the difference-for yourself in the cut above. The arrow-point in cut touches tde piece ot iron tnat supports me 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 how big 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. ftkj WINONA WAGON CO.. Box Winona. Minn. Ezra W. Thayer, 121-126 East Washington 123-125 East Adams THE FRENCH KITCHEN THE RIGHT PCACE TO EAT. Will be open day and night. Short orders and regular meals. YEE BEN CO, PROPS. 11 West Wash. St. GiiURCHLESS AGE COMING SAYS JOHN D'S PASTOR Another Century Will See Churches Deserted Unless They Change Tactics, Declares Rev. Dr. Aked. New YorK Central Lines to Boston and Return Every Thursday Uutil September 2-1 tli inclusive From St. Louis $33.10 VIA ."BIG FOUR ROUTE" from Chicago $29.35 VIA Lake Shore" OR Michigan Centra.1" 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. Xew York. July 10. .Special Cor- ! respondents of The Republican.) I While perhaps not quite in the Sod lom ami Gomorrah class. New York is almost hopelessly an ungodly city, 'declares He v. Charles F. Aked, widely known as the pastor of the church of which John l. Rockefeller is the most prominent menilier. Dr. Aked has startled the somnolent quiet that usually descends on Fifth avenue churches at this season ly pointing out in an article which is to appear in the August numlior of Appleton's magazine that church membership in this country in proportion to popula tion has fallen off Soul) per cent since the first half of the last cen tury. It is highly significant in Dr. Aked's opinion that this loss of posi tion among the churches has been a progressive one. As he puts it, if their gain in proportion to pulation during the first half of the century is represented as eighty, during the sec ond half it is represented by twenty, during the past twenty years by four, and during the past ten years by one. At this rate it is easy to fig ure out the time when church pews will be entirely tenantless. Dr. Aked makfs the unqualified assertion that if the present course of events con tinues the churches not only of fCcw York but of the rest of the country as well will have to close their doors within another century. He frankly a'ows that the church Is regarded by. many persons as a "bac k number" and he soi-ms to agree that this view is justified in many instances, for he says that the churches must change their methods or they will be abandoned entirely. The" athletic Knglish divine, who preaches every Sunday to the greatest aggregation of wealth gathered in any one church in the country proposes to follow up his first assault in Appleton's with other red-hot attacks on the ineffi ciency of the churches themselves. has been searching for a" site and the one chosen is, it is claimed, unriv alled In location even by any sum mer hotel. Around this $2,000,000 establishment will be a mile-long stone wall thirty feet high, on top of which ihns been facetiously pro posed to install a promenade which in criminal society would correspond to the famous board walk at Atlan tic City. One of the advantages of the new site prominently mentioned in advocacy of its selection is High land lake, which, within a stone's throw, affords fishing and boating. There Is to be a library more fully stocked than that of many a city, and a series of vaults for the safe guarding of the valuables of con vict inmates. Whether these vaults can be used for the storing of plun der with which a criminal may get away, pending his release, remains to be determined. Music, hot and cold baths, and telephones are only a Tew of the minor ' features. Alto gether this new center of the most exclusive 'life of the criminal 400 is expected to prove so attractive that the police declare there will be lit tle difficulty in making the arrests which will lead to an opportunity to obtain a suite in it. o Vacation Clothes It is now expected that the great est point of interest , about this city will soon be the revolving house which is to be constructed by a New Yorker, out on Long Island. This newest thing in domestic construc tion, which in its own field will be more of a novelty than the forty story sky-scrapers are in theirs, is to be so built that it can be turned around at the will of the owner. Any room In the house or any spot on the piazza can be brought to bene fit by the shade in summer or the sun in winter. The wind will blow and the run shine in any apartment as the owner may wish. This strange house which is to le either round or octagonal in shaie will be mount ed on ball bearings with the motive power furnished "by electricity. All that it will be necessary for its owner to do to face any oint of the compass will be to press a button. Its construction will be built on the plan of a railroad turntable and the builder has promised that it will turn without noise or jar. There will necessarily be many novel features. Altogether the house, which exclu sive of land will cost about $:!.r,000, will for a time at least be one of the greatest curiosities in this part of the country. The owner has al ready been flooded with bids for ex clusive rights as to pictures, exhi bition purposes and the like. The man who is going to live in this novel house, however, takes matters very calmly, explaining that he is only building it because he can' see no reason for always gazing on the same outlook .from each window, and being roasted or frozen in any par ticular room as the wind and sun may dictate. It is' now expected that this first revolving house will be completed next . sprTlig. M GOING AWAY THIS SUMMER? Then let us fit you up with a light weight Two 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 we are fully prepared to fit you M with just such a suit one that will make you feel proud wherever you go. . o You'll do Better at m j oeite sao. t c Outfitters to Men and Boys OE vices. The following is the remark able price list which she has estab lished, scientifically arranged in a manner entirely new: Hoys under ID years of age, 15 cents. Young men between the age of 19 and 25, 25 cents. College students, SO cents. Men from 113 to 40 vears of age, $1.00. Old men, $l.S.!i. Theatrical managers, $2. Millionaires, &." cents. Children. 10 cents. Politicians, free. j..M"MmM"M"M 'I IN NEW QUARTERS I New York is going to build a 'state prison which will be .a veritable palace of crime with all the mod !ern conveniences. It will include , many of the features which contri ; bute to the success of the city's i biggest hotels, nnd in every way will be a jail so tempting that it is fear ed that many crooks will be moved to adopt the new prison as a per manent home. Sing Sing is famed in story and has sheltered more' noto rious criminals than any similar in stitution in the country, but now it is to be superseded by a $2,000,000 structure on the opposite side of the Hudson. For months a committee We are now located in our new quarters at the corner of Washington and Second Streets, just opposite the old stand FRANCIS Cloak and Suit House AND STAR RUBY "our Are the two best brands sold in the valley. Can be purchased on the South Side of BIRCHETT BROS., T. J. PARRY, GOODWIN BROS, and A. A. CELAYA,Tempe or any store in Mesa. Probably the most novel scale of prices existing In New York is that , emlHdied in the schedule just issued covering the price of kisses. The ! value of such oscillatory salutations: has long been a matter on which the 1 courts of the city have differed ' widely. The price : as determined by i them has varied from a minimum of ; one cent to a maximum of several ; thousand dollars. Hut while the law ! ha-s never been able to establish a schedule, commercialism urged on by charity at last has. At an entertain- j nu-nt to be given next week to raise funds for the benefit of the desti- i tute crippled children of the city, kisses will Iks sold by a young wo man who has volunteered her ser- A 8kln of Beauty is aycy Forever. R. T. Felix Gouraud's Oriental ' Cream or Magical Beautif!r. U 3 "O Removes Tan, PlmplM, V ruckle, it t h I'-tt c tit- , Uaab, Had Mud 1 !; j", ma tverr blt-mi-h on be&utr. antl tie ties detect iun. It fc etuud U.e tt ot at yp-ars. aiid U to liarmk- we taste It ti.lt furelt li pMjMTly arnle. Accept uocounii tilt of iuiiiar came. Pr. L. A. Ki.re fta:l to s hulr of tti baut tin (a vAtirot i : At you Utiles Will M tbem, I reeummD4 ftaMrmtfl'tf frvn m' as the telftt harmful of all tbe k tn preparation. Fur tale ly all dniKgiau and Fancy Goods Dualert In the United Sulci, Canada aud Europe. PERU. T. HOPKINS, Prom 37 Ereai Jonet Sired, New Tori P . H .1 i Just why millionaires should le accorded such a low price is not known, but it is claimed that this surprising list has teen systematically work out, and that the figure in each case is calculated to result in the greatest number of sales. LOXGACRE. Try our bakery goods. You will be satisfied. Home I'.aking Co. 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 MAIN 47. It is Crystallized Cactus Candy, That makes the v. arid seem bright. Then keep a box handy Of Crystallized Canoy 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' A FRIEND TO THE FARMER. Remedy that Never Fails BEAR'S KNOCKS PRICKLY HEAT EVERY TIME. THE BEAR DRUG STORE OPP. CITY HALL. POTTER & ROZIENE, Props. Say, it just makes one want to build a new house anl fill it with nice things when you go into Mas sie & Sons' new place. They have a suit of furniture that cost $:'.00 in the east. Then they have two dozen nice dressers to sell at, all the way from $6.00 to $20.00. Fine wash stands, nice iron beds; a fine lot of second hand linoleum, and they lxught three 9x12 second hand rugs yesterday; just look like new, and 4 Vilton velvet rugs that cost $li each. They sell them for $0.u0. They have some fine kitchen cabi nets; save lots of work and time. They have nice second hand chairs and rockers. Then they have new rope edge springs and all cotton mattresses, new blankets and com forts. Then you should see the 5c, 10c, l."c, 20c and 25c counter. Just like the city. Get an arm load for a dollar. Massie surely is the far mers' friend, for they can get a wagon load there for so little money. Come in and get a drink of ice water and rest yourself. Massie will buy all your, goods. Massie & Sons Phone Main 257. 114-tlS W. Wash. L THE BEST ALWAYS' HANDKERCHIEFS 25 dozen Ladles' Fine Cross Bar, Hemstitched quality; were 20c each, sale at, each Mercerized Finsh, Corded Handkerchiefs, nice sheer Special this 2kc CORDED ORGANDIE 15 pieces all different patterns, beautiful Corded Organdie with colored floral and Japanese fig ured designs, suitable for street or house wear, nice sheer tjuality; were 20c a yard. This sale at lie BROWN HOSE . . 20 dozen Ladies? Fine Silk Lisle T'.rown Hose, .two shades, fast color, fflgh spliced heel and- spliced sole; excellent silk finish and quality. Cfi" Special per pair OUC INFANTS' HOSE One lot of Infants' Mack Lace Lisle Sox.fine ciiiaJ- ...10c ity, sizes 4, 44, 5 and 5',-i only; were 25c a pair. Special this sale, per pair. Big Special Sale of Colored Dress Linens SHOE DEPARTMENT SPECIALS ASJ FOR B104 Ladies Wine Colored Blucher Cut Oxford, ribbon lace, black oblong eyelets and black trimmed, ' welt sole, tip toe, a very snappy new style; special at, per pair 4,00 ASK FOR B117 Ladies' Champagne Kid, Blucher Cut Oxford with ribbon lace, hand turned sole, Cuban heel and plain toe, a very stylish shoe. Price, !' Pair S4.00 INFANTS' LEATHER SOLE SHOES Foot form last, button and ribbon lace, pat. kid vamps, Colored tops of tan, brown, cham pagne, blue, red, also white; siz.es 2 to 5'. any style at. per Pair S1.50 Sunny May OAP It takes Less And Does More It makes Washing A Pleasure Ask Your Grocer akchn E. S..W Grocer Go. Distributors 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 jive 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. Phoanix, Arizona. HEATHERBLOOM PETTICOATS '. Black "Heatherbloom" and Percaline Petticoats; this sale at special prices given below: $1.25 sorts this sale at , 79 $1.50 sorts this sale at .' J)i) $2.50 sorts this sale at fS, $2.75 sorts black and colors, this sale atw...Sl&) PETTICOATS C.Ingham Petticoats, cut full and made of good quality standard ginghams; 3 different lines. Prices as below: C5c quality this sale at 49 75c quality this sale at 50 $1.00 quality this sale at il WE HANDLE AN AUTOMOBILE as a delicate piece of machinery, not as a lot of metal.' Send us yours 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. If you want everyone to greet you With a smile upon his faca. Carry Crystallized Cactus Caary, From Doiwfrio'a placa.