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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 21, 1908.
X Madin ... '.j t- I We carry a complete line of Marlin rifles, including the 22. 33-20. 44-40 and C0-o0; also Marlin shotguns in two grades in 16 ga.. and three grades in 12 ga., all sold by us at the com pany's lowest restricted prices. j Call or send for catalog and net , prices. It you are outlining ior a mountain trip, of course you will call and see us; we can save you 10 per cent or more on your outfit and. sell you fresh ammunition, the only kind it is safe or worth while using. PINNEY ROBINSON THE GUN STORE 40 NORTH CENTER STREET, PHOENIX, ARIZ. Bead for fre Cam Law card. aUUblliawl 1117. Collings VeAice and Harness Co. Is receiving new goods dally. Staver, Union City and Dut Buggies. Bain and Turnbull heavy Wagons. A big stock of light and beavy Spring Wagons. We manufacture all of our Harness and carry a big stock to se lect from. Trunks, Suit Cases and everything in leather goods. Na vajo Blankets In all sizes. We do all kinds of upholstering of Furni ture and Buggies. . Collings Vehicle and Harness Co. Cut Adams ML, mezt door to Adams Hotel. A FULL LINE OF GAS RANGES JUST RECEIVED CALL AND SEE Pacific Gas and Electric Co. 130-132 West Washington St. Why Not Save Money by buying your Lumber of the new firm, The O'Malley Lumber Co. We have bought out the DcMund Lumber Co. and expect to carry the largest and best stock of lumber and building materials ever brought to Phoenix. We will make the price right and guarantee the grades. Let us figure with you. Tours to please, The O'Malley LumberCo, Write the Arizona School of Music FOR Catalogue and other descriptive Literature. MRS. SHIRLEY CHRISTY, Director. ELECTRIC FANS SOLD, RENTED and REPAIRED ARIZONA ELECTRIC CO. ELECTRICAL SUPPLY HOUSE. Phona Black 534. V. R. NORRIS, Prop. 41 S. 1st Av. H-H i H"l fl'H"H"l' I1 'I' 'I' '1' '1' t' 'S-m-I1 'I' l"l"i"fr"ti '1 it mm H i I 'H' 1 I WALL PAPER CHEAP Phoenix Hardware Co. -i..H' 'H-H'l 1M1IMI H 1 t I Second Hand Machinery for Sale ii following machinery for sale. In GOOD CONDITION: .ollowing machinery for sale, in GOOD CONDITION: 1 General Electric Co. Motor and Starting Box, 10 H. P.; 1 Dy namo, 8.5 KW 123 volts, 50 lights; 1 General Electric Co. Motor, 2 II. P., 110 volts; 1 General Electric Co. Motor, 2 II. P., 500 volts; 2 Electric Meters; 2 Switches; 2 Starling Boxes; they go with motors. Also a quantity of Shafting, Pulleys, etc., may be seen at Repub lcan olfice, or at the shop of Kunz Bros. & Messinger SANTA FE TIME TABLE. PHOENIX CITY TIME. "The Diamond Jo". All Main line local points - Phoenix to Ash Fork, Los Angeles, Sun Francisco and all other points west. Leaves daily at 2:15 a. ni. "Tho Daylight Express". All Main line local points and all points east of Ash Fork, ' Leaves daily EXCEPT SATURDAY'S at 8.00 a. m. "Tho Coast Limited". Through Pullman Sleeper to Los Angeles, connect ing with California Limit ed Train No. 3 at Ash Fork. Leaves EVERY SATUR DAY at 4:30 p. m. Trains arrive from Ash Fork at 1:45 a. m. DAILY and 4:10 p. m. daily. No trains on branch line to Parker on Sundays. Tri-weekly service from Prescott to Crown King and Poland. Call Main 10S for further information. o THE WEATHER. I Tuesdav I Special Local Daily Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. Forecast for today: Fair, followed by local showers. Data for 24 hours ending 5:30 p. m. yesterday: 5:30 5:30 a. tn. p.'m. Barometer, inches 29.91 29.75 Temperature, degrees 72 91 Dew point, degrees 63 61 Humidity, per cent 79 27 Wind direction E W Wind velocity, miles 5 9 Rainfall inches 0.07 00 Weather Pt. Cldy. Pt. Cldy. Mean daily humidity 58 Mean daily temperature S4 Highest temperature 93 Lowest temperature 72 Total daily rainfall 0.07 Accumulated deficiency In temjicra- ature since January 1, 71 degrees. Accumulated excess in rainfall since January 1, "2.44 inches. L. N. JESUNOFSKY. Section Director. BIG CFLEBRATION IN MESA CIIY T0D4Y All Phoenix and Tempe Will Be Wel comed at the Pioneer Day Festivities. This Is the day of all days for Mesa City, pioneer Day, to be celebrated by tho big inter-tribal .athletic meet of the Apache, rima and Maricopa In dians, of which a lot has been said and written during the last week. It Is not to be celebrated by the Mesa City people alone for several hundred rhoe nJx people are 'expected to Join the southsidcrs in their festivities this afternoon and evening. There Is no objection to people going over on this morning's train, or driv ing over, or walking if they want to, but If they don't get there some other Way it is imperative that they take the 12:30, city time, excursion train and j-iln the crowd, for If they don't go at all Mesa City will be disappoint ed and the expected visitors will lose the time of their lives. Excursionists COFFEE You can buy something called "coffee" at 10c lb with 3000 miles of R R freight from the roaster; don't Your trocar return jovt money II ron seal Use ScbOliaf BM; n par bin. THE TOURIST Atidc in The only car that has dem onstrated that it is best adapt i cd to tho roads and conditions of this district. The Tourist stands on Its cVputution and the owners"' of s ..i jounsi cars are our best ad- 3nacdeyCX. vcrtircrs- 1 i U Ask the man who owns one. PHOENIX AUTO COMPANY. Arthur Ainsworth, Manager. Open Day and Night. Cor. Fourth Ave. and Washington. Phone Main 145. ; Beginning Tonight July 23rd The laughauble comedy The Man from Mexico Forget the heat. Take a cool car ride and enjoy the excellent performance, "OUR OWN PLAYERS." The Raymond Go A guaranteed production. PRICES: 10, 20, 20 and 50 cents. Riff dances Friday unit Sn- ) urday nights. Tuesday only: 1,000 large 3 lb. pkgs. Fairbanks' Gold Dust, each 15 Friday only: 16 lbs. Granulat ed Sugar SI. 00 Regular every day: 13 lbs. Granulated Sugar for S1.00 50 lbs. Star or Daisy Flour for 81.50 3 cans Table Pears, Black berries, Plums or Apricots J0 Uest Standard Corn 10d Best Standard Tomatoes 10 Pkg. Searchlight Matches 5 6 bars Borax Soap 23 5 gal. can Best Oil... 1.43 Specials every day. Wee's Cash Store may have their choice of trains com ing home, either Ihe Kelvin cannon ball, the 7:13 express or the midnight special after the ball in the Vance opera house. The round trip iare will be 50 cents from Phoenix and 33 cents from Tempe. It's u half holiday here anyhow and Mesa wil be the place to spend it. An Indian-feature that most people have never .witnessed and may never have another opportunity to see, will be an Apache war dance, repro duced Just as old Cochise, Geronimo and many other justly hated red devils used to participate in at a time when they owned this country by virtue of their bloody hatchets and long range rifles. It will be presented by genuine Apaches from the McDowell "eserva tion. , Other features will be relay running races and straight running anil jump ing contests, a tug-of-war between the tribes that in the early days were as bitter enemies as were the Apaches and the whites. There will also be- a series of baseball games, at least two of them, between the different tribes, to demonstrate which are the most clever with the sports of the white man. Other festivities will be arranged to give , the visitors an afternoon of sport and the evening will witness one of the. biggest balls ever held In Ari zona in the Vance opera house. The athletic contests will be held in Drew's park and It Is mentioned that nobody who has twenty-five cents need to climb over the fence for he can secure admission at the gate. It is to be a big day in Mesa City and the indica tions now arc that the weather will he well suited to the occasion, warm enough but delightfully cool as com pared with the Fourth of July weather which In all its strenuosity did not in terfere with the merrymaking. LEG BROKEN IN A VICIOUS RUNAWAY Ralph Quinn the Victim of a Painful and Quite Serious Accident. Ralph Quinn suffered the fracturing of his right leg in the ankle joint and several other painful but not serious bruises in a runaway accident about 6 o'clock last evening. ' The only won der is that he was not instantly kill ed. He was sitting in a covered spring wagon drawn by two horses in front of Triholet's market, talking to S. J. Tribolet, the horses standing still. One of the horses swung its head around and caught the bridle on the end of the tongue, jerking It off. Mr. Quifin pulled up suddenly on the lines but discovered at once that he was power less to stop the team, which by that time had become scared and started to run straight easj: on Washington street. There were many riga along the street but the center of the street was clear and Mr. Quinn hoped to be able to keep the . team in the middle (of the road until he could wear the horses out. All went well until he reached the corner of Third when one horse turn ed north and the other had to as the driver could not control him with one line. The vehicle collided with another one on the corner, the effect of which was to turn Qu Inn's wagon over to the right. in the ditch on the east side of Third just north of Washington. Mr. Quinn fell in the ditch with the wagon on top of him and both horses tangled In ; the harness, lay side by side in the uiiiru us iiii'UKll wiey uau iitf with a sledge hammer. Scores of men quickly gathered and turned the wagon up on end, extricat ing Mr. Quinn, after which the horses were stripped of their harness and i laKt.'ii oui. nun oiny 10 me cah-h-a few scratches. Mr. Quinn was car ried to the office of Dr. II. A. Hughes 'less than a block away. It was evi dent at first glance that his limb was broken for the reason that th'j foot wa? .turned around to one side, but an ex lamination showed the break to be in the ankle joint. The fracture was re duced and the limb dressed. It was ialso disclosed that he had a severe abrasion on the right hip and also on the right arm but no bones were brok en and there were no internal injuries. Whether the foot will be stiff or not no one can predict at this time but Mr. Quinn Is indeed fortunate that he was not mangled fatally for the mix up was a wicked one. During the whole proceeding he seemed the coolest man in the crowd and never lost the grip on the cigar he was smoking until after he reach ed the doctor's office, nor uttered a cry of pain. An anaesthtetic was em ployed for a brief period during the re ducing of the fracture but even that was not suggested by him and was only done to save him unnecessary suf fering. . cS MARKET SUPPORT IS NON-PROfESSIONAl Much of the Strength Due to Brokers' Orders. New York, July 23. There was a manifest growth in the general par ticipation in transactions in stocks today, the commission houses report ing increased outsiae orders. There was some difference of opinion over the possible political effect of the up setting of the government's case against the Standard Oil company and reflected consequences are to be apprehended In financial affairs. No assistance was received from abroad in sustuining prices. The price of copper again advanced both in New York and London. News of this country's crops continued favorable. iionils were strong. There was some increase in selling pressure late in the day which reduced previous ad vances considerably and made the closing tone irregular. STOCKS. Amalgamated Copper Ex. Dlv. 73, American Smelting S6, Atchison 87. Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul 141. New York Centril 109, Pennsylvania i2r., R'ai'ing 11S, Southern Facile 151 ... V. S. Steel 45'i. U. S. Stc.-l pfd. 10S. GRAIN. Chicago, July 2: -Wheat c!os"d strong. S'.'pt'JiniK'r opened a shiide lower to a shade higher at 90fVc, sold off to 0Uc, advanced to 91 c and closed at 90c. September corn closed strong at 76 c. September oats closed at 45c. METALS. New York. July 23. There was a sharp advance in London tin today, spot closing at 138 10s and futures at 139 15s. Locally it was firm and higher in consequence, spot be ing quoted at 130. 55(n 31.05. Copper was slightly higher in Lon don, with sjx)t at 53 7s 6d. Locally the market was firm with a moder ately higher- average, with lake at $12.87,i(fi 13.00. electrolytic $12.62fdi 12.87 and casting at J12.50T1 12.62. Lead was unchanged in both mar kets. Spelter was firm and unchang ed at home and abroad. There was a decline to 49s Id for standard foundry In the London iron market, but Cleveland warrants were unchanged at 50s ld. Locally there was no change. CATTLE AND SHEEP. Chicago, July 2. Cattle receipts about 5500; market steady. Beeves J4.25i8.00. Texans $3.70 a 5.50, west erns $3.90i:3.90, stockers and feeders $2.75fi4.65, cows and heifers $2.00y 6.00, calves $ 3.75 i 7.25. Sheep receipts about 1200; market weak. Natives J2.60fi4.60. westerns $2.754 4.60, yearlings J4.40ii5.10, lambs $4.5041 6. GO, westerns $4.25W6.65. BRAZILLIAN POLITICS. A Feud in Which Ten Have Already Been Killed. t-l-I-r M"fril i i t t H 1 1 1 i i l"8 'M"i III I I I 'I 1 1 fliH.fl 11 1 iH"M"H' t 't f The Valley Pride Creamery now has Mr. E. M. Walters, an expert, at the head of their pasteur izing department, and are putting out a very high grade of f Pasteurized Milk and Cream, i Call up Main 289 and your orders will be promptly filled. T t i t i l l 11 I ill I 111 I1M tM. I I I 1M :..i .i..M..i..i..r.;..;..i..i .i..t.4M4M, Rio Janeiro, July 23. A fatal po litical feud Is reported from the little town of St. -Ann Du Paranahyba in the state of Matto Grosso. The trouble arose over local politics and was confined to two families, both prominent and influential in the community. Ill feeling ran so high that a gen eral armed contest resulted in ten men being killed. Among the dead are two magistrates. orris - Hepan Furniture Co. Arizona's Leading House Furnishers ' 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 1881. Edward Eisele, Prop. Phone Main. '89. " " ' -'' " ' ' ' HrJy- ieA fcA.ycVjA ' NOTICE OF BIDS. Phoenix, Arizona, July 23, 1908. Notice is hereby given that the board of control of Arizona will receive at its office at the capitol building at Phoenix, up to noon on the 29th day of July, and thereafter consider, pro posals on the following supplies and livestock for the territorial prison. All bids to be f. o. b. Florence and must be delivered within twenty days after notification of the acceptance of bid: From one to six teams of males or horses, well broken and true in har ness, weighing not less than 1000 pounds each, and one or more 2 to 3 Inch, first-class farm wagons. Proposals must be addressed to the secretary of the board of control. Phoenix, Arizona. The board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. J. J. RIGGS. . Secretary Board of Control. . 1 4 OFF The regular, plainly marked Low Prices of our entire Line of HAM MOCKS Which is the largest shown in Arizona and includes all the desirable colors and styles of the better makes. Regular Price range is $1.00 to $6.50, and this most liberal dis count is good only THIS WEEK ! D0RMS-HEYMAN FURNITURE CO. I NEW LOCATION I Noble Block. - Adams & 1st St. i SLAUGHTER SALE OF Men s Tan $5, $4.50, $4 and $3.50 VALUES NOW THE ALfiIRE COMPANY 27-29 E. Wash. St. Phoenix, Arizona Khaki Pants with Belts I have just received a large supply of this fine line ai-d can fit men of nil sizes. lion'' forget hat I have guns for rent a:id a fresh supply of ammunition di ect from factory. A. W. GALPIN 26 East Washington Street. Sporting Goods. ' DO YOU KNOW THAT LUMBER IS CHEAPER IN PHOENIX THAN ANY OTHER TOWN IN ARIZONA. The Buckeye Lumber Co. made this price. They are the only yards that are not la a combination to keep up prices. Our policy la Live and Let Live; A Fair Profit and More Homes In Phoenix. WE SELL LUMBER, DOORS, WINDOWS, BUILDING HARD WARE, CORRUGATED IRON, AND WOVEN FENCING. Plaining Mill in Connection. Buckeye Lumber Co., 5-Points MONT ANDERSON, Prop. Phone Black 401. THE FRENCH KITCHEN THE RIGHT PLACE TO EAT. iTIll be open day and night. Short orders and regular meals. YEE BEN CO., PROPS. 11 Wt Wash. St. Standard Furniture Co. New and Second Hand Trunks, Suit Cases, Telescopes, Ice Cream Freezers, Refrigerators, Fruit Jars. We pay highest prices for all kinds of Second Hand goods. 2-34 VT. Washington St. TeL Main 3SL