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TITE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN FRIDAY MORNING, JULY IT, 190S.
10 jearng f 121-12G East COMING SERIES OE BASEBALL GAMES The Saturday and Sunday Exhibitions Promise to Be Hummers A New Pitcher For Phoenix. Things are shaping up for the Sat urday and Sunday ball ganifs between the Prescott Grays and the Phoenix All-Stars, the first two of the series of five games recently announced. The home team says everything is in readi ness and nothing can prevent a gio( exhibition except a pouring rain which is hardly expected. Phoenix has li:ul a good soaking and at this time of the year it rarely keeps raining very long at a time. The line-up of the Grays as near ::s can be learned at this time will lie as follows: Spaulding, catcher; lturgctt, and H'hitridge, pitchers and first base; Thomas, second base; Wilson, third base; Redman, shortstop; Mit chell, left field; Wolf, center field; Ki (Chester, right field. The All-Star team will have the fol lowing men In line as m ar a-s can be ?! t V i SELLING Good Pianos 3: I That's our business it $ t n. u r tt. -! d. uaa uttu su iui me many j. t years since we have been X 4. ngnt in your miast. An j. X ironclad guarantee oi X good faith, good goods t and square dealing ac- I companies every mstru- t i ment leaving this house Can One Ask For More? REDEWILL'S The Home of t 21 ii 1 NEW QUARTER; We arc now located in our new quarters at the corner of Washington and Second Streets, . just opposite the old stand FRANCS That's easy. Because it's the one dependable positively assure you will carry your load safely over all 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 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 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 togetner 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. WLXONA WAGON CO., Box Ezra W. Thayer, Washington 123-125 forecasted now: Morris, catcher: Wil liams and Millett, pitchers; Teblieii, first base; Grijalvn," vvroiid ba.se; Seolt, third base: Warner shortstop; Mitchell, center field; Luna, left field; Magoffin, right field. The All-Stars claim to have found a new pitcher, through Williams, who knows his business thoroughly and will possibly be put ill the. Saturday game. The game will be called 'at 3:31 sharp and the general admission will be 50 cents with 15 cents extra for the grand stand. The double umpire sys tem w ill be used. The All-Stars guarantee the ex penses of the Prescott team, which fannot be less than $100. Should it chance to rain they may find them selves in an embarrassing position un less there is some resource other than the gate receipts. For that reason they propose to have some business man circulate among the people willing to help a good thing along, and ask them fi r subscriptions in whatever amount they can afford to make, to a guaran tee fund to be collted only in t lie event of a rain that prevents the g-.nies And if It does not rain the team and the fans naturally expect tho en thusiastic support of all who "ike good baseball that the gate receipts may insure expenses and as much more as iossih!e. The hoys guarantee that the two teams will give a good exhi bition if they have a fair chance. MORE "SHIRTSLEEVE." To the Editor or The Republican. Sir: In your issue of today " Visitor," evidently from "Pike County, Mo.," or "Posey County, Ind." advocates the SICK HEADACHE Positively cured by these Little Tills. alicy also rcllcro Dis tress from Dyspepsia, In digestion and Too Hearty i-EatliiC. 'A perfect rem edy for Dizziness, Naisca, Drowsiness, Bad Ta3te In tile Iloutn, Coated Tongue, Pa!n In the side. Torpid LIVER. Taev regulate tbe Bowels. Purely Vegetable. SMALL PILL SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. CURE SICK HEADACH2. Genuine Must Bear Fac-Simile Signature i Cloak and Suit House ! rlTTLC t ll nro CARTERS r5lTTLF IflVER H PILLS. aW!f wagon that we kinds and con Winona. Minn. East Adams propriety of shirtsleeves In church ser vice. He says: "A man can worship as vJi without a coat as with one." Of co'Tse he can, or entirely naked. ut if he wishes to worship in either of these- ways he better go to the Hopl Indians or some other place where it would be popular. He says, "Our con stitution gives us freedom of worship." True: bet, of course that has no ref erence to the dress to be worn. "A Visitor" thinks more go to church be cause they can go in their shirtsleeves. There is no reason In this, for one would 'j? as comfortable- with a thin alpaca coat on as if in shirtsleeves. A few perchance, may come to church In shirtsleeves who would not come if they had to put on a coat, and yet they would not dare to go to a recep tion or invited party without complete dress. I still insist it is improper to so to church in shirtsleeves, with or without dirty suspenders, except when you find a community that would enjoy seeing the ndnister In the pulpit in shirt sleeves with dirty suspenders overhls shoulders, of course no one in the audience is anything like as warm ns he and vet no one in this community would listen to him in such undress as '.d.ases "A Visitor." It would be an insult to the ladles, to the house of (i'-d, and to the minister himself, and no member of his congregation has a right to do as he could not. And there is absolutely r.o excuse for it. AS OBSERVER. THE fIGHTH COMPANY OF NATIONAL GUARD The Clifton Organization Was Mus tered in, on Tuesday Night. . Governor Kibbey anil Col. McClin toek returned yesterday morning from Clifton, where company F was re ceived into the national guard. The company is under the command of Captain Paul It. Relsinger, who is a West Pointer, and after service in the Tenth cavalry, resigned to go into business. He is now chief engineer for the Arizona Copper company. The othe officers of the company are: First Lieutenant Thomas D. Inglis and Second Lieutenant George II. QuilJIng. The company consists of forty men of fine appearance and many of whom have seen service. The ceremony of mustering in took place on Tuesday night at the Ma sonic hall at Clifton, which Is at present the meeting place of the company, but so great is the enthu siasm of the members of the company and the citizens of Clifton that com pany F. will soon have an armory of its own. The mustering in was followed by a smoker in the course of which Governor Kibbey gave the new com pany one of his straight talks from STAR AND RUBY noor ' 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. the shouUer. He believed that though I the nation has no expectation ol going to war, all young men should j have . a military training o that if called upon they could prove of the highest service to their country.- other speakers were Col. McClin toe"k and Capt. Tuthill of the cavalry troop of Morenci. The new company. Col. McClintock said yesterday, was composed of as fine a body of men as he had ever seen in the military service. HIE SUDDEN PANIC OF A CHINAMAN In Consequence One of His Guests Was Subjected to Embarrassment, There is one man in Phoenix who is now ready to give bis unqualified endorsement to the Asiatic exclusion plank -.' the Democratic national plat form but wishes it had been made stronger. His name Is McMillan and he has lately been employed on the government work at Roosevelt. McMillan arrived in town yesterday morning. Not long after a message j was received at the office of tbe slier- 1 iff from Ranger Holmes stationed at ! Koosevelt asking for the detention of ' McMillan on the ground that he was ; trying to beat a Chinaman, the pro- i prietor of a restaurant there out out i of a boardbill for $37.50. The ranger j sent the following description of the j man be desired: "Tall man, dressed : in kahki pants, talks fast and winks I at you when he talks." Iteputy Sheriff Iavis started out: in search of the winker. He was not long in finding a tall man clad in ; kahki overalls and he engaged him in conversation on the subject of the tar- " iff and other casual matters. The man was .a rapid fire ta'ker and moreover he winked at tbe demit v. He was accordingly detained. He said his name was McMillan and he owed a chink at Roosevelt $U7.50. He saitl that he had left there with the knowl edge of the Chinaman who knew he was coming to Phoenix to get his check cashed. He had spoken to the Chinaman about the bill before his de parture ami all seemed satisfactory. McMillan said that he intended to go back !n a day or two. However he was willing to pay the bill at any time. The sheriffs office was authorized bylearinot propery servo them PHONE telephone to receive the money and main 47 .mi. nan turned u over ana the inci dent was closed, as nn costs had been incurred. There 4s reason to believe that the story of McMillan Is entirely true and that he had no Intention of beating the Chinaman out of the board bill. Hut after his departure' from the damsite somebody told the. Chinaman that his guest was about to leave the country for Idaho. ; BEFORE GOING AWAY Arrange to have the Dally Repub- ' llcan follow you. No trouble to ' change your address on our mailing list, n6 matter how often you move ! alKiut during your vacation. 75 cents per month. Phone Main 47; the clr- i culation man titer "will take care of YOUR VACATION PLEASURES Will be Incomplete, without the dally Republican's visit. Do not miss a single Issue. Thone' Main 47. and give the address or addresses, where you want The Republican sent: same price by mall. 75 cents per month. ! Strangers visiting the city will find ' it to their interest to patronize the FASHION BARBER SHOP. Lewis 8l Noble, Props. 43 West Washington St. Prickly Heat cured by a course of our Special Paths. Expert Masseur In the shop. Ford Hotel Grill Open every night until 12 o'clock. Merchants Lunch 11:30 to 130 Short Orders from 7 a-m. to 8 P.m. DUTCH LUNCHES ALL HOURS. Private rooms for ladles or parties. BANQUETS or SPREADS for all occasions. HANDKERCHIEFS 25 dozen Ladies' Fine Mercerized Cross liar. Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, nice sheer quality; were 20c each. Special sale at, each BROWN HOSE 20 dozen ladies' Fine Silk Lisle shades, fast color, high spliced sole; excellent silk finish and quality. Special per pair Big Special Sale of Colored ASK 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 HEATHERBLOOM PETTICOATS Black "Heatherbloom" and Percaline sale at special prices given below: $1.25 sorts this sale at. $1.50 sorts this sale at $2.50 sorts this sale at $2.75 sorts black and colors, this o Vacation Clothes GOING AWAY THIS SUMMER? Then let us fit you up with a light weight Two Piece . Suit You will need ' clothes neat and stylish and that have good fitting qualities. At prices that range from $10 to $30 we are fully prepared to fit you with just such a suit -one that will make you feel proud wherever you go. Mm You'll do Better at kf cent Lot ion "Marvo." the Handcuff King. Air- h:ne, Monday. July 20. A guaranteed 'feature act, mysterious and marvelous. Try our bakery goods. You will be satisfied. Home Raking Co. If the carrier fails to leave The Re publican at your address any day noti fy the office before noon and a pe- cial messenger will deliver it. We 'expect subscribers to get their paper every day in the year, and unless ! thv aduicA u nf nnor KrvirA wn Remedy that Never Fails BEAR'S KNOCKS PRICKLY HEAT EVERY TIME. THE BEAR DRUG STORE OPP. CITY HALL. 'THE BEST ALWAYS' Finsh, Corded this , TSrown Hose, two heel and spliced P. H . I I . Si di 1 n r x IBS 11 a v a 1 1 riri I a r- i I POTTER & ROZIENE, Props, i ity, sizes 4, 4, 5 and 5',4 only; were 25c a pair. Special this sale, per pair... 50c SHOE DEPARTMENT SPECIALS 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, per pair S4.00 : Petticoats; this ' 00( $1 4J) sale nt SliSU 65c quality this 75c quality this $1.00 quality this zip 1 the Outfitters to Men I O and Boys 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 Donofrio' GOLD HOTEL ANTON GOLD, Prop. 3rd and Washington Sts. Hot and Cold Baths free for reg ular roomers. Nice cool rooms $7.00 per month end upwards. Summer rates. Come and look at them. FRIEND TO THE FARMER. Say, it Just makes one want to build a new bouse anI fill it with nice things when you go into Mas sie & Sons' new place. They have a suit of furniture that cost $300 ,111 1110 runi. 1 in 11 in' j .-"i jdozen nice dressers to sell at. all 1 the way from J6.00 to $::o.uu. i-ine 1 '.wash stands, nice iron beds; a fine I i lot of second hand linoleum, and ! . 1 ,. 1 . 1 . . 1, .. .1 . 1 I lliey ooulll lliret: wim iinuu 1 rugs yesterday; just look like new, j and 4 Wilton velvet rugs that cost j $12 each. They sell them for $0.00. iThey have some fine kitchen cabl Inets; save lots of work and time. 1 They have nice seconil 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, 1 10c, l"c, 20c and 2.1c counter. Just ; like the city. Get an arm load for I a dollar. Massie surely is the far ! mers' friend, for ttiey can get a ' wagon load there for so Tittle money. Come in and get a drink of ice ; water and rest yourself. Massie will : buy all your goods. Massie &. Sons Phone Main 237. 114-'.1S W. Wash. IU IS 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 quality; were 20c a yard. 1 1 f This sale at 1 W INFANTS' HOSE One lot of Infants' P.lack Lace Lisle Sox, fine qual- .IOC Dress Linens 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; sizes 2 to 5','., any style at, jwr pair S1.50 PETTICOATS Gingham Petticoats, cut full and made of good quality standard ginghams; 3 different lines. Price as below: f , sale at.. sale at.. sale at.. 19t Sunny Eiindaif It takes Less And Does More It makes Washing a' Pleasure Ask Your , Grocer. E. S. Wakeiin Grocer Go. Distributors During Warm Weather when every family wants the best foods prepared with the least anxiety, it is woll to call attention that PERFECT OR ' DAISY FLOUR. wilt give the best re sults In the bread stuff line, and you will always have sweet, light, healthy BREAD BC-TH BRANDS OF FLOUR. FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS Manufactured by VALLEY FLOUR MILL. Phoenix, Arizona. WE HANDLE AN AUTOMOBILE as a delicate piece ol machinery, not as a lot of metal. Send us yours to be repaired and the result will show our skill and knowledge of antos. 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 face. Carry Crystallized Cactus Canry, From Doiiofrio'a plao. SOAP