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TOE ARIZONA REPtjilliCAft FKlttAY 5l6lt"lXfij JULY 17, 1908.
G ABOUT WONDER WASHERS. 1st. It is the easiest. 2nd. It is the quickest. 3rd. It is the lightest. 4th. It is the most durable. 5th. It is the simplest. 6th. It will not shrink or warp. It has a metal tub. 7th. It washes the dirtiest places the fastest. 8th. It will wash one delicate lace collar or a dozen without tearing or wearing them, in one minute. 9th. Free from lost motion or pat tie. 10th. It will wash as many pieces as any other family washer, although more compact. 11th. No 'cogs nor gearings. . 12th. A girl 12 years old can run it. 13th. The price Is only $9.75 for the Wonder Washer, and every claim made is guaranteed at Davidson's Cash Store 22 to 24 West Wash. Phoenix Happy is the well informed man. He hecomes such by daily reading. It is iiniKJrtant that the eyes be free: from strain. Our glasses will DR.E.SYIUIMSON ARIZONA'S LEADING OPTICIAN We Like to Wait on CHILDREN We really like to have children. Waiting on them gives us much genuine pleasure. We attend to our little patrons just as cjuick lv and just as carefully as their elders. LARSON DRUG CO. N.W. Cor. Center & Wash. Sts. THE BAKE SHOP The housewives of Phoenix in sist on , having Home Baking Co.'s bread. There's a reason. HOME BAKING CO. M J. PETTI D, Manager. Olivette Brand the best Olive Oil good to eat Olives Hunger Bros. Company. YOUR VACATION" WILL BE COM PLETE If you will order the daily Re publican sent to you while away from town. B mail 75 cents, per month. What can you get more pleasure out of than thisi 2 1-2 cents per day. Phone Main 47. r OF LOCAL INTEREST OFF FOR THE CO AST. Probate Judge Phillips and his son Ralph left last nigm ior lour Beacn w..crei..e will join Mrs. Phillips ana me rci ui the family. HAVING A FINE TIME. A letter from R. H. Greene announces that he left San Francisco on the. 12th and is probably somewhere in Washington by tliis time. He had a fine time in San Francisco except that it was so t-hillv he had to wear an overcoat THE EQUALIZERS. The board of supervisors sitting as a board of equal ization has almost finished its work. It took an adjournment yesterday un til Saturday. Another meeting will be held on Monday, and all will he over anil the tax roll as it then appears will be permitted to stand. FOR A LONG TRIP. Ernest Lewis letter locates Jake Miller and party on White river fifteen miles above Fort Apache where they are having a fine time. The weather is delightful and there is. great sport in fishing. . Mr. Miller says there are no barracuda In White river but he lias been making great catches on boneless codfish and canned salmon. TOO QUICK WITH HIS GUN. Ramon Calle was before,. Justice Kyle yesterday on the charge of drawing a gun on H. M. Meserve, the foreman of a government ditch camp northwest of the city. The evidence showed that there had been no previous trouble be tween the men but that Meserve had made a suggestion to Call regarding the manner of his work. The latter resented It "and became quarrelsome The more he thoifght about It the madder he got and finally went to his coat nearby and took his gun from his pocket, asking the foreman If he really wanted trouble with him. Calle was sent to jail for twenty-five days ,IN FROM THE RIVER. Henry iidm was in the city yesterday from Parker where he has been for some time in the employ of the A. & C. rail road. Mr. Bolm learned the printer's trade early in life and worked at it for . ten years in Colorado. Later he went to railroading and for the last quarter of a century 'he has been em ployed on the ., western lines, most of the time In Arizona. He was on the old A. Sz P. when it was built across northern Arizona to the Colorado riv er and was a!90 in the employ of the A. & C. when it was built to the Colo rado. i . . - - FOR A LON GTRIPErnest Lewis and family expect to leave next Mon day for an eastern visit, to be limited in extent and duration, only by Mr. Lewis' financial resources and the strength of the family to travel. They are going to visit a whole lot of places and among them will be Washington, I. C, New York, Coney Island, Atlan tic City, and any other old place along the seaboard that seems to attract them. Then they will probably go to White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, for no other reason in the world than that- they have been U!d it is a nice place to go to. When the east no longer attracts they will go to Minne sota, probably in the vicinity of St. I Paul where Mr.. Lewis lived a long . time before he heard about Arizona ! being a better place. He expects dur ing his stay there to catch more musk jallonge than (Jus Noll ever heard ! about. He was raised with the musk j allonge, knows their haunts and hab jits and speaks their language. All he has to do is to say "come In" and They I fall over each other taking the bait, j AT HOME IN TROUBLE. If it I isn't ine thing it Is another w ith Bryan, the dog catcher. The authori ties on Wednesday weighed a case in ( his favor and he was given the bene fit o a large doubt. Within three hours he was under arrest again for fighting in a saloon and was locked up. It had been less than a week v.ince he j had been before the kangeroo court of the county jail and when he appeared j yesterday morning that tribunal was hastily summoned. One of the rules 'of the court provides extra punish jment for the subject who returns with in a week. After a hasty consideration i of his case it was adjudged that he should receive thirty-five applications of the cob instead of twenty-five, as was administered before and Andy Garcia was elected executioner. Garcia was an unwilling instrument of the law and it was soon observed that he was fudging. He delivered the blows with an appearance of great frce but it was noticed , that just before they fell there was ah almost imperceptible ! hesitation. The effect was that they ! landed lightly. Garcia was permitted ito finish his task and then he was : brought up for contempt of court In I having been derelict in carrying out its I orders and he was sentenced to five I lashes. The court made sure that the , man who was to administer them had no sympathy with him. POLICE COURT. In police court yesterday J. Porter forfeited a $3 ball bond for drunkenness, Eduardo Ruiz went to jail for three days for the same kind of an offense and the charge against Frank Bird went over. The cases of Isidro Garcia and Henry Law son arrested the day before for fight ing, bv Policeman Alvarado, aluo came ncy Burroughs Adding Machines Stock Carried 30 Days m WcNWfUCO. 126-128 W. Washington St. Tho PEOPLE With fho GOODS 1 opposite Court Houso before the recorder for settlement. Is Isidro (iarcia is the lad', who in com pany with the dog catcher, mixed in a row with Lawson at the home, a woman in the Murphy addition. The dog catcher made a getaway and was captured, later by Constable Murphy. Yesterday the recorder sent Garcia to jail for ten days and gave Lawson a Mexican stand-off, that is lie got ... ... . i , . , Lawson, as mentioned In yesterday's paper, was ordered out of town a while back -,by Justice Johnstone. Asked yesterday if he did not fear the court's displeasure he said he had" done noth ing to desrve it.. He had been ordered out of town and went to Mesa City where he stayed several days. But the court did not say that he. should always stay away and as Phoenix is too good a town to leave he came back. A HANDSOME HOME TO BE f. Benenato has Just award ed a contarct ,. . to f'lau;!o W. CIsney for a residence at .712 Fast Pilk .street. The Suilding to be- a handsome two story brick structure and the price will be $470. Work, is to.be commenced on it at once. All through the heat of the summer build ing has been going on in Phoenix un abated. Carpenters and brickmen are busy and the prospects are that they will continually be busier as the sea son advances. Real estat.j men fray that there is no danger of too many houses being built for there are hot nearly enough. Even at this mid summer stage they say it is difficult to find-good houses for rent and they ar apprehensive of the situation next fall when the demand may be expected to set In in earnest. i- Specialties iii ladies' Low Shoes and Oxfords We have certainly the finest dis play of oxfords and low cut hoes for women, it has aver been our privilege to offer our trade. We have recently added i 20 NEW STYLES comprising the NEW SMART and COR- y RECT STYLES from the beet r manufacturers of women's fins 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 Go. COMING FROM KANSAS Mrs. Mary Arthurs of Hutchinson, Kansas, s expected here on Sunday morning, for an extended visit with her sister, Mrs. Josephine Lund. WORK ON THE PRISON Terri torial Auditor Ely returned yesterday afternoon from Florence where he went to see the preparatory work on the new prison. Eighteen convicts are employed In clearing off the ground where the structure is to rise. GROCE TO HANG It seems, quite certain that H. J. Urocc, the negro who killed his wife in Tucson, will be hanged in that city today at , 1 oclock. The only hope he has of a continued existence Is through exec utive, clemency and thus far Gover nor Kibbey has taken no steps to interfere with the sentence of the court. THE RIVER Reports from Roose velt yesterday were to the effect that there have been heavy rains on the up per Tonto and in the Sierra Ancha mountains and the river is rising con siderably at Roosevelt. Yesterday it topped the coffer dam that 'was used while the foundation of the big dam was being laid, but at the time the re port was sent the sluicing tunnel still lacked eighteen inches of . being full. The tunnel will also carry a larger stream if the "water gets a little above it to make an added pressure. The lowest place In the big dam Is still twenty-four feet above the river stage yesterday but it Is not improbable that the river may come up high enough to drive the contractor off the lower works for a day or so. He can easily remove his three derricks though and no harm is feared other than a pos sible slight delay "In the work. Twenty-four feet is. quite a raise, or would appear to be at first thought but "at the bottom of the reservoir it must be remembered that the cTjannel grade is quite- steep and narrow and. twenty four feet at the dam site probably would not back the water up more than a mile. Nevertheless that will be sufficient to make the settlers In the lower part of Roosevelt worry a little and pull for higher ground. o The Airdome presents '"Monday, July 20, "Mario," Handcuff King. He is a wonder. Some Striking Examples of the Bub's Clearance Sale Bargains I $2.50 Pair ' for $5.00 and $G.OO "Florslieim'hoes and Oxfords. 25 per cent Discount On All . 3g "Alfred Benjamin" and Clothes. OFF on all our Men's Trousers w plain or fancy styles in either light or dark col orings. THAT PURE The ELVEY SUSPENSORY BANDAGES We can supply your wants, have them selling from 35c up. HULETT ""5ervtce - T OUR COOL COMFORTABLE STORE WE HAVE C01Wt.ETE tlNH 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 West Washington 8L Telephone Red 131. BETTER NEWS FOR CANTALOUPE GROWERS Several Carloads More May Be Ship ped From Phoenix At Better Prices. A little better news for the canta loupe members came to town yesterday and a movement has been started by the Phoenix association at an early day. The commission men received returns from headquarters on the first six carlouds shipped, showing, the prices for which the cantaloupes sold and here are the figures: Market. Stan. Ponies. Jumbo. New York $1.68 $1.25 Pittsburg.. .... 1.60 1.30 Pittsburg .. ... 1.50 1.25 New York .. '..1.85 114 Pittsburg 1.63 1.35 $1.00 1.00 Ilttsburg .. .... 1.65 1.30 After receiving this Information the shippers also received two or three later wires yesterday saying sales had been made in St. Louis at $2 and $2.25 And that the butiook is very favorabU for .cars shipped during the next ten days or two weeks. The shipments made now it Is T)elieved will command better -prices than have been received at any time since the season opened. Belt Fine president of the Phoenix association last night Vrepared cards in $1 For Choice of one lot "Man hattan" and "Clu ett" Shirts, worth up to $2.50. "Hart, SchafFner & Marx" X O FF on entire stock of Men's Straw Hats Including Sailors, Telescopes and Panamas. ""Si"- W SODA WATER 12 . I iM : TRUSSES Don't go without one If you are ruptured; it's very dangerous any time of the year, but more so dur ing the hot months. We know Just how to fit them, and we carry all sizes and kinds, so you can be given satisfaction. We ELVEY & HULETT Quasty Druggists A mall order If you can't come. J ! inmtminuiiriBroniiuwuuJiriinrnry, Travelers i S going on vacations should call B S and see our big line of g TRAVELING CASES, g BILL BOOKS. PURSES, ETC S Our prices are reasonable. " -5 1 CHAIN'S I STATIONERY AND NEWSCO. 5 11-13 N. Center St g ainuininiuninmrnmimiunnnnint? which will be mailed to all the growers in this vicinity, urging them to take heort, pull themselves together and go after what is still available during the rest of the season. There are at least a dozen members of the association wlio still have quite an acreage of vines that it is believed will produce a considerable quantity of good melons, and there are some others 'perhars, not known about who , have canta loupes they would be glad to' self. It Is' believed that there are epough patclies' left in this vicinity In a producing con dition, to get out a carload a day for some time to come If the owners will not be discouraged and will give the matter their attention. ELKS THEATER Contractor Tom Kdens yesterday put a good force of men to work removing the scenery and otherwise preparing the Dorrls opera house for Its remodeling from' which it will emerge as the -Elks theater. This work is to be along the lines indicated some time ago In these columns and when finished it For Delicate Cakes AND PASTRY MAKING. BARKLEY'S BEX-HUR" . STRICTLY - PURE BAKING POWDER., Contains no alum or phosphate of lime, is strictly pure, being made from pure cream of tar-' tar (derived from California grapes) and bicarbonate of soda. 1 llH y $ Ice Cream Freezers 411 lllllllllllll M"H i"M I 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 60 cents a can at .. . , :'.a;,fcjixtiiSL.3ji1L!ai;53 I THE ADAMS PHARMACY PROVE Vikm&t MAIN I $1,50 for 75c of 3fsf 1 George Barr ,1 Does tm look good to you? We have a list of more than a thous and titles of modern $1.50 fiction. Yours for 75c the copy. Berryliiirs Big Book Store "The Mail Order House" will be a thoroughly up-to-date and attractive playhouse. ON THE AGUA FRIA W. II. Tay lor, who has charge of the pump for the S. F. P. & P. at Agua Hria station, was in the city last even ing. He reports a fine rain there Wednesday morning following on the heels of the rain in Thoe nix, but the ground was so dry the water soaked Into it rapidly and little of it ran off. There was an other big rain last evening in the foothills just north of there, about the time he left for Phoenix. He thinks the Agua Fria will be carry ing a big head now for several davs. TO THE COAST Mrs. E. Wil liams and Mrs. A. Aylwin left yes terday morning for a vacation in California. ' 7 . o If the carrier fails to leave The Re publican at your address any day noti fy the office before noon and a spe WATER COOLERS AND FREEZERS THE QUALITY OF OUR LINE IS THE HIGHEST WE CAN GET, AND THE PRICES ARE AS LOW AS WE CAN MAKE THEM. D. H. " 15 East Washington Street H H 1 H"l I ! Hi H' V MM 1' f Mid-Summer Giving Do you ever give anybody anything In mid-summer? Most of us secm to think that Christmas and birthday occa sions are the only giving times. . Ev.-rylKu'y e xpects gifts on these - occasions. At this season gifts are" not generally expected, but since they come as surprises and not as a matter of form they ara appreciated much more. Catch Xh3 Idea? Wc have Jewelry that makes nice gifts. V. . .. F. A. Hilderbran & Co. Phone Red 1284. 10-12 W. Washington St M...M..M""t.M..i. "Oh for a Camera!" You need not OWE for one, the prices are so ridiculously low. We have them from $1.00 up to j::r.0O. The Kastman line. The Premo line. You can't afford to spend your hard earned money on a vacation, without bringing some of it home in your camera. Have you seen the new Post Cards An our window? The Store That Carries the Stock. Milter-Sterling Co. Successors to E. L. ANDREWS & SON. Refrigerators and Talbot & Hubbard's Hardware Store I'i HUM I.l l i l i l' t I i l i i r i NO BEAUTY UNADORNED can compare with the one wearing our jewelry. The sparkle of gems gives an added lustre to the eyes of the proud wearer. If you are thinking of making some one a present let it be jewelry and that Jewelry ours. Then you will be assured a quality that you can rely upon; a moderation in price that makes giving easy. 6 & 8 E. Washington St h 1 1 1 : i m it n i n 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 t-M- I Our Phone Number I is Now I RED 3391 1 DOZEN FINE FRESH CAN- I TALOUPES DELIVERED TO T t ANY PART OF THE CITY I f FOR 10c I Wetzler's Cash Grocery Phone Black' 961. So W. Wash. St. J. 1111 Hill till I I Ml 1 1 lllll mMoer will deliver it. We j expect subscribers to get their paper every day in the year, and unless they advise us of poor service wa cannot orooeHy serve them. PHONE j MAIN 47. 1 IIUIIl II 1 1 1 I 1 I i 1 I 11' 1"! H; Come Come Come $ SEE OUR NEW LINE OF f MEN'S SHIRTS AND LADIES' f DRESS GOODS. The White House 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 u 1 1 m in 1 1 1 1 BURTIS Phoenix, Arizona. l"t' ! ! -1' ! HI I1 111111 H. 11H 1' I V I t 1