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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN 3IOXD AT MORXIXG, JULY 20, 100S.
9 Y 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 rat tle. 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 For V. - Summer Wear.., Those eyeglass holders are made in white a nice drossy holder. No -bains to tangle. Hitter try one. DR.E.MUNSON ARIZONA'S LEADING OPTICIAN Can We Oblige You in Any Way We like to accommodate our customers in tvery way that we can. We are never too busy to answer iuc.tions. It is no trouble in supply- you with postage stamps. We will gladly telephone for your doctor or nurse. With your permission we will deliver all purchases. LARSON DRUG CO. N.W. Cor. Center & Wash. SU. i ?THE BAKE SHOP The housewives of Phoenix In sist " on having Home Baking Co.'s bread. There's a reason. 's HOME BAKING CO: M J. PETTID, Manager. Olivette Biend the best Olive Oil good to eat Olives Monger Company. YOUR VACATIOIV WILL-BE COM PLETE if you will irder the daily Re publican sent to you while away from town. B mail 75 cents, per month. What can you get more pleasure out nnTian this 2 1-2 cents per day. Phone Main 47. . 3-n. OF LOCAL INTEREST FUNERAL OF T. D. BENNETT The funeral of Thomas P. Bennett will be held this morning nt 10:30 o'clock in the parlors of iSeorgo V. Merry man. There will be a church service con ducted in accordance with the Epis copal ritual after which I'Jioenix lodge No. o. P. (t. ElkR will take charge. VISITING HIS OLD HOME R C. Keith, who Is In business on North Tenth street, In Brill's addition, left on Saturday night on a visit to his old home, at Caldwell, O., after an, ab-srnce of three or four years. He will spend a month or more in that part of the country, returning to l'hoenix about September 1.. ..PETTY OFFENDERS Saturday night an Indian on horseback ran his mount wildly through Washington street so rapidly he was out of sight before the police could get hold of him. Before morning though both he nnd another Indian, mounted on one horse, were arrested for drunkenness and jailed by if fleers Sullivan and Connor. About 6 o'clock Saturday night Alejandro Sanches started a rorigh house at the O. K. store on South Seventh street. Marshal .Moore and officer Sullivan brought him to jail but the fight was all out of him In fore the police arrived.' Another Mexican was locked "up Saturday evening by the police for insulting two Mexican women.. . ... MESSAGE" OF SADNESS Phoenix friends received a telegram from Bos Angel.s last night, saying that Ben jamin Robinson, known by his famil iars as "Benny," wan dying in that city. The young .man came here a couple of years ago with his mother, residing on North Center street. lie was employed in the. Home Savings bank until its consolidation with the Valley bank, after which he' wmnt o San Francisco. In that city he con tracted a severe cold that devclojied into pneumonia from the after effects of which he Is now novering between life and death. His many friends here will hope that there may be a change for the better. THE WITNESS NAILED DOWN An attempt to free by habeas corpus proceedings Charles Holz of Coconino county, who is held in custody as a witness for the territory against Mrs. Barbara England, charged with poi soning her husband at KLigstaff. failed on Saturday in the district court, says the Journal-Miner. Attorney Jones, who represents Holz, "attacked the constitutionality of the act which per mits of an important witness being held under bonds, when there is reason to lielieve that he intends to get out of the jurisdiction of the court. Judge Sloan denied the motion and then At torney Jones asked that the bail be reduced to trU. This was also denied and after furtherargument the court reduced the amount from ioMiO to $?(. It is believed that Holz will 4iot be able to secure even this sum in Flagstaff. SEVERELY CUT Ed Earnhart,. eneinecr at the l'hoenix mine rriw.d at the Sisters' hospital yesterday morning about 2 o'clock with a cut in his upper right arm that would have resulted fatally hours before, had some one not stopped the flow if blood by a tournkiwt cicverly,applted. Earnhart shortly after noon Satur day was carelessly handling a big bowie knife when lw accidentally stuck it into his arm, severing two large veins and puncturing the artery He bled a great deal but the arm was finally corded so tightly the circula tion was stopped and It remained so during the ensuing eleven hour be fore he got to town and secured surgi cal attendance. The nrtery was sewed up and the veins sutured and last evening the pulse In the arm was reg ular. Inquiry of Dr. Redewill who dressed his wounds brought the Infor mation that his tmlse ' was beating regularly last-evening ind no compli cations are expected, though clev-n hours was a long time to keep an urn: without circulation, in this sort of weather. GUARDSMEN TO THE FRONT : Sargent Chester Mathers, with Iriv lates Smith, Jones. Morales and An dres of company B, one man from company A of l'hoenix and four men of company C from Tenipe, left on this .morning's train for Camp Brady, where they go to put" the camp in order and get the target ready for those' who will compete tor the team that will represent Ari zona at the national' shoot at Camp Perry, O., in August Sargent Ly man LaTourrette, Citriniral Oco. W. Peterson of company B; Capt. E. I. Grinstcad of company A, and Ser geant A. Gossard of the hospital corps will leave Wednesday morning for the camp to take part In the practice. These men have been do ing some hard work of late, often1 camping at the range over night that they might be able' to take advan tage of the late evening and early morning and that they' might get used to the different degrees of light It is libped that Phoenix will be able to furnish its quota of men on the tcm. You have tried THE REST Now try THE BEST PRINTERS in Arizona McNeil go. 126-128 W. Washington St. Tho PEOPLE with the GOODS opposite Court Houao AN UNUSUAL NIGHT Saturday night was, a very unusual night for Phoenix owing to the humidity follow? Ing the recent rains. It was more than .usually cool and plessant as long as one was circulating in the open air but Inside a house, no matter what kind of a 'house, the conditions were just the, opposite The air did not seem to be hot but there was little of it and the average person was more given to perspiration than on any night this summer. I.ast night was similar only not quite so had. What made""-Saturday night especially nota ble 'was the difference between Inside and outside. Conditions equally as op pressive inside have been noted one or more nights every year but rarely if ev r was it so bad inside when it was so fine outside. ( AN AFFECTIONATE WIFE Re fugio Bracamonte some months ago fell a victim to the smiles and caprices of one Eulogia. who was at the time a society leader in the tenderloin, and married her. Saturday, night he fell before her again but . this time her weapons were- a pen knife and a good right arm, with which she wielded it. She also availed herself of the advan tages of a flank movement by which she was able to approach from the rear and sliver his hide- to shoe strings before ship w;as diverted from her phasing occupation. Just how many rawhide thongs Refugio's back will yield in a season was not learned but his wounds are not deep ami lie is not dangerously hurt, it is reputed that Eulogia said yesterday that she hoped she had succeeded in making herself a widow, not of the grass 'va riety but real weeds. ' Specialties in . Ladies' Low Shoes and Oxfords We have certainly the finest dis play of oxfords and low cut shoes for women, it has aver been our privilege to offer our trade. We have recently added 20 NEW 8TYLES comprising the NEW 6MART and COR RECT STYLES from tha bast manufacturers of women's fins shoes known to tha trade; ahoea of unquestionable REPUTA TION for STYLE, FIT and WEAR. Carried in tha sizes and widths to fit all feet. A range of prices from one fifty to six - dollars, sach tha best of its kind. H. A. DIEHL Shoe Co. GOING WHERE IT'S COOLER. Mrs.. J. Sherburne Jencks anil Mrs. Claude Berry man left this morning for Iron Springs where they will spend the rest of the sammer.' EXCURSION TO PRESCOTT. Ar rangements were made between the Grays Snd the All-Stars lat night for two more games of the Prescott-Phoe-nix series, to be played in Prescott next Sunday and Saturday. The San ta Fe will run an excursion for these games, tickets good anytime Satur day and Sunday, beginning with the Diamond Jo train at 2 a. m. Saturday. If desired long time extensions will be made on these' excursion tickets so those wso figure on a summer trip to Prescott cannot do better than arrange to take advantage of this excursion, for which the fare Is only $J.00. PIONEER DAY. Pioneer Day Is an important holiday among the Mor mon people, a . sort of a Mormon Thanksgiving day, ' and its celebra tion is general where there is a set tlement of any considerable number of Latter Day Saints, even among those who do not subscribe to that faith. This year the celebration at Mesa City will be on an unusually large scale and will possess a very novel feature in the Inter-Tribal Athletic Field Meeting, which will be participated In by representatives of the Apache tribes and by representa tives of different settlements of the Pimas and Maricopas. These field contests will Include both those . en couraged by the Indians in their nat ural wildness and such games as baseball, tug-of-war, etc., which they have acquired from the whites, There will be a, big attendance of the In dians and the occasion will be practi cally a re man's carnival. The M. & P. will run an excursion for the ac commodation of the Phoenix people who desire to attend and It will be an excellent opportunity for strangers visiting in the city to get a lino on the Indian as he used to be. Mesa City is preparing to entertain a large crowd on that day and expects many from this -city. The excursion tickets will be 50 cents from Phoenix and 3i cents from Tempe, round trip: The train will leave Phoenix at 12:30 . p. m; and returning leave Mesa at 7:15, city time. THAT PURE 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 wo carry all sizes and kinds, so you can be given satisfaction. SUSPENSORY BANDAGES We crtn supply your wants. We have them Selling from 35c up. The ELVEY HULETT Service ELVEY Quality A mall order OUR COOL COMFORTABLE STORE WE HAVE A COWft-CTE LINK OF DUSTERS, BUGGY CANOPIES AND OTHER SUMMER GOODS. LOOK OVER OUR LINE OF SINGLE AND DOUBLE DRIVING HARNESS BE FORE BUYING. N. PORTER ADDLE AND HARNESS CO. 8PURS AND BITS. 40 West Washington 8L Telephone Red 131. THE CALLvOF AFRICA. 4 There s an Allurement in Her Jun gles .that th Hunter Cannot Shake Off. There is one profession and only one that a man can't be trained into or kicked into, ox driven Into, unless he's born into lt:is well. By this, I mean that unless he has a natural love for it, he'll be worse than useless in it,. for he wilt never be able, to stand the grueling hols bound to get In It. . That Is hiy jrrofossion ivory hunting. You ran make a lawyer, or a merchant, or a banker, or even a doctor or a sailor out of almost any man of average intelligence, but yon can't make a hunter out of him un less he was born a hunter. Many a time I've come back from a rip, leaving half my men and all my ivory rotting sotne deadly African swamp, half dead with fever, swear ing that I'm done with the business for good. And some bright day, in six months, or even In three, the smell of the jungle gets into my nostrils; through all the roar of the street traf fic I hear the soueal of an elephant or the laughing roar of a lion's chal lenge and that settles the business. Back I go again, knowing precisely what is coming the sweating days and the chilling nights, the torments of insecets and of thirst, the risks and hardships, and the privations. For since Africa has laid her spell upon a man, he's hers forever. He'll dream of her of the black tangle of for ests he's broken through, hot on the trail of a wounded bull tusker under the blazing sunlight; of the nights, those moonlit, haunted nights, when he's watched beside a runway, wait ing for the game to come down to drink, .and listened to the rippiij of the water on the flats, the splash of a crocodile, the stealthy snapping of Mid Summer HigfrGrade Clothing 25 Per Cent Discount Th e McD o uga 1 1 & Ga s sou Co. 32-32 W. Washington St. B n linn t n i w - fr - M - MH SODA WATER PHONE MAIN I & HULETT Druggists If you can't come. branches all around him, the scurry of monkeys overhead; listened to the vast black silence, into which all smaller sounds are cast as pebbles are dropped Into a pool. Berkeley Hutton, in the July Everybody's. o There were registered at the Comr mercial Hotel yesterday, Ira E. Brown, M. I, of Congress; Sam P. Webb of Meridian, J. L. Hale. Chattanooga. Tenn.; and Harry Van Akin, Hudson, Michigan. O "I The l-st way not to spend your money foolishly is not to have It to spend. y The Airdomn presents Monday, July 20, "Mar-vo," Handcuff King. He Is a wonder. Inter Tribal Indian Meet A ' spectacular celebration, the features of which will be a variety of athletic contests be tween the Apache, Maricopa and Pima Indians on Pioneer Day MESA CITY July 24 commencing at 2 p.m. Among the attractions will be baseball games 'for tribal championship and a big Apache War Dance Excursion rates from Phoe nix; round trip 50c; from Tempe 35c. Train will leave Phoenix at 12:30, city time, re turning leave Mesa at 7:15, city time. GENERAL ADMISSION 25c. Clearance Sale Of- - Mw ' i m Li Ice Cream Freel ii Have You Used Crystal Vel vet or For a pleasant and delightful the water and are guaranteed a can at I THE ADAMS fr,Hl,iHH..IHHH, I 1 X"! iimniiiiiiiiiiuninnnininnnimiiuiuL I Travelers going on vacations should call S and see our big 'line of S . TRAVELING CASES, BILL BOOKS. PURSES, ETC. Our prices are reasonable. S a 1 GRAIN'S I S STATIONERY AND NEWS CO. E - . .11-13 N. Center St. . . E awnwwtitwiMnimnmnmiiiiiininmin? YOUR VACATION PLEASURES Will be Incomplete, without the dally Republican's visit. Do not miss a single issue. Phone Main 47, and give the q (1 il rpuu n.. irl,1ressea wtlpri. Tfl want The Republican sent; same price by mall. "5 cents tier montn. -B' ! -g- -B-! ! -I-! a I I Mil M Come Come Come i! ? SEE OUR NEW LINE OF f MEN'S SHIRTS AND LADIES' DRESS GOODS. I The White House "i I 11 liMlnlnl 1 1 1 Mil, MM !. j 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. "Oh for a Camera!" You need not OWE for one, the prices are so ridiculously low. We have them from $1.0" up Mo $3.1. 'M). The Eastman line. The Premo line. You can't afford to spend your hard earned money on a vacation, without bringing some of it home in. your Camera. Have you seen the new Post Cards, in our window? v. , The Store That Carries the Stock. Miller-Sterling Co. , Successors to ' E. L. ANDREWS & SON. Refrigerators and Talbot & r Hubbard's ers Hardware . Store Borax? bath try either of these. They soften to have a soothing effect CO cents . M.ti.aa$ultiZld PHARMACY M I I M-3-H-H- 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 & s E. Washington St. i h 1 1 1 1 1 1' t inn "! I'M i 1 1 '- Phone No. i red 3391 WE MAKE A SPE CIALTY OF CAR ING FOR ORDERS FOR FRESH FRUITS, ETC, FOR THE SUM MER COLONY AT IRON SPRINGS. PHONE OR WRITE US. Welzler's Gash Grocery : Phone Black 961. '. ! 35 W. "Wash. St .. f-I 1M1 M l 1 1 1 1 1 1 U 1 1 I 1 1 1 t I COLGATE Is your friend in the summer time, with his Soaps, rowders. Perfumes and Toilet Waters: Re ciprocate his friendship '- i;iv'"" his goods a r'ai. ' , Berryiiiirs Big Book Store THE THIRSTY MAN'S RETREAT BURTIS Phoenix, Arizona. WE ARE ENGAGED in the general Jewelry business and have . made a reputation for sterling honesty. We are constantly getting up new designs in Rings, Pins, I'.race lets. Lockets, Urooches, Chains, etc.. and our Watches for !oth ladies anil gentlemen are well known to lie accurate- time keeiers. Clocks and Hronzes. Silver Ornaments, Diamonds) and precious stones of all kinds. F. A. Hilderbran & Co. t'hone Red 2511. 10-12 W. Wash. fHCTUlSi