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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN FRIDAY MORNING," JULY 24, 1008.
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 tie. 10th. It will wash as many pieces as any other family washer, although more compact. . T 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 HOW MANY PAIRS OF GLASSES SHOULD A PERSON HAVE? Some people get along with one suit of clothes, but there are a great many who make the best of just one pair of glasses. 'Foxy Grandpa's" who wear classes keep a number of pairs in different places; one at home another at the store, anil another to carry around with them. There are advantages in an extra pair. DR.E.MUNSON ARIZONA'S LEADING OPTICIAN Should Sickness Enter Your Home The entire resources of th!3 store are at your command to 'assist in the restoration or health to the one who Is 111. Sick room supplies are here in abundance. Doctor's orders can be pro cured at this store. 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 lilunger Bros, r - . i . "Company. f YOUR VACATION- WILL BE COM PLETE if you will arder 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 this 2 1-2 cents per day. Phone Main 47. . . . , .t . f" OF LOCAL INTEREST 1 THE POOL PLAY The result of the tournament game at the Capitol pool hall last night was McCoy 85, Baker 63. Medruin and Creager will play tonight. HUMAN SLAVERY A sporting exchange says: "Pitcher Speer the crack ftouthpaw of the Wichita team and- star of the Western association has been sold to the Detroit club." Pitcher Speer is remembered as one of the crack players of the Phoenix Urowns last winter. WILL VISIT THE RESORTS R. O. Green left last night, for Caliofrnia where he will spend three weeks in visiting various coast resorts. The trip is undertaken at this time on ac count of word having been received of the illness of a brother who is living on the coast. ' ALL ABOARD A private wire from Prescott announces that the Prescott people will be pleased to welcome any number or Phoenix peo ple on Saturday and Sunday up to the limit of 10,000, to help root for the All Star team in the Phoenlx Prescott series. The Santa Fe has expressed its willingness to sell all the tickets that are wanted, even to a greater limit than 10.000, and it is hinted that the baseball game is not to be allowed to go by de fault by the Prescott Grays. The All Stars will have to work for all they get. Thoy understand that however, and expect to get all they work for but they would like to have a few leather-lunged rooters go along and help out. It only costs $3.50 and that isn't half as much as some iieo ple spend when they don't go any where. The All Star line up it Is understood, will be about the same as last Snndav. THE THREAT CONDITIONAL The case of John Doe Arnold who was arrested charged with threatening Mrs. Janet White because she insisted -on having her supply of irrigating water, was in Justice Johnstone's court yes terday and was discharged. It had been alleged that Arnold had told Mrs. White that he would like to split her head open with a shovel. The evi dence showed that there had been a remark of that kind but not quite that remark. What Arnold said was that if Mrs. Wlrte were a man he would like to split her head open. That cotild not be construed to be a threat though it showed a bad disposition on the part of the defendant. He was accordingly discharged. The case against Andrew Smith Avho had been charged with drawing a gun on a neighbor, Jess Perry, in the course of nn Irrigating quarrel, was also dismissed on the ground that the charge against him was not entirely supported by the tes timonv. POPULAR PULLETS The mock ing bird, the nightingale and the whangdoodle are all popular birds in Iron Springs but nono of them are en shrined in the hearts of the people of that summer colony, so sacredly as are the hens of D. C. Warren of Phoe nix. The Iron Springs egg of com merce is for the most part a commo dity of sentimental rather than prac tical value as self resecting persons quit trying to eat them sometime ago. Finally W. B. Lount of this city arriv ed in camp with twelve dozen eggs from Mr. Warren's flock which he wan able to secure through the influence of family ties and a reasonable amount of coin. He supplied his friends and the eggs became so popu lar that yesterday he shipped up an other gross order to satisfy the crav ings of the hill people. "Eggs is eggs" in Iron Springs now though it has not always been so. MAN FROM MEXICO WAS WEIL RECEIVED When Introduced by the Players He Found Local Once. Raymond Favor at "Get that step" to Eastlake park. Only those present at the Raymond company's production of "The Man From Mexico" last night can appre ciate the significance of this. If you wish to be "in" go out to Eastlake park tonight and, find out for your self. A crowded house was on hand to greet the initial performance of Man ager Whitaker's company in "The Man From Mexico." The plot is a typical one peculiar to most modern farces. An erring husband, a jealous wife, together with a series of most hilarious circumstances furnish an endless chain of laughs and amusing situations. Mr. Raymond Whitaker as the hus band and Miss Margaret Pitt as the wife scored the successes of the even ing. The acting of the entire com pany, especially that of Mr. Richard Macdowell as "Cook, an officer of the law," was decidedly commendable, and the audience departed in a hu- New National Cash Reg ister for Sale $200 Easy Payments Regular $250 McNEILCO. 126-128 W. Washington St The PEOPLE with the GOODS opposite Court House -JmoF- which- spelled -ucce8- to the Raymond Stock company, so long as they continue to do as creditably as they have done heretofore. The specialties ns usual were good and Miss Thornton made a hit with her yodel song. J A notable feature of the Raymond plays is the character of the au diences. With each succeeding per 'formance there is an Increasing num ;ber present of that class of play- icrtnra u-hn uelriom firwl entertainment ,Jn cneaI 8urn,er theaters, preferring their books or other diversions. But the Raymonds are furnishing enter tainments that appeal to all classes whose patronage is desirable. ' v Another improvement noticed last night was the drop curtain. It was the same old rag but was transformed by the scene painter to the likeness of a curtain which" will shortly be , further improved by a picture of Mt. (Shasta aud a snow bank. And if the present patronage of the house con tinues, the park will soon have u new building with a real curtain. CADETS FIRED. Eight West Pointers Sent Home For Hazing. West Point, July 23. Eight cadets of the United States military acad emy were today sent to their homes as a result of hazing members of the fourth class. They were Wm. T. Russell, appoint ed at large, and Harry G. Wcver of Illinybi. members of the first class; Byron Q. Jones of New York, George W. "Chase of New York, Wm. M. Prudq, of Alabama, Isaac Spauldlng of Oklahoma, Wm. Moltke of Virginia, and James A. Gillespie of Pennsyl vania, members of the third class. Specialties in Ladies' Low Shoes and Oxfords We have certainly the finest dis play of oxford and low cut shoes for women, it has ever bean our privilege to offer our trade. We have recently added 20 NEW STYLES comprising the NEW SMART., and COR RECT STYLES from the best manufacturer of women' fin hoe known to the trade; shoe of unquestionable REPUTA TION for STYLE, FIT and ; WEAR. : . Carried in the sizes and width to fit all feet. A range of price from on fifty to six dollars, each the beat of it kind. H. A. DIEHL Shoe Co. THE TER-ltNIENNIAL OF UIAMPLAIN'S CITY The Spectacular Celebration of the Founding of Quebec. Quebec, July 23. Prince of Wales was the central figure today in the magnificent spectacle . reproducing Quebec's historic past and ushering'in the 300th anniversary of the founding' r.f the city by Champlain. Aside from the spectacular features of the event. it vas the occasion for a notable ex change of addresses between Vice! President Fairbanks and the Prince or Wales, in which each spoke of the ex isting relations between the United States and Great Britain and the prince delivered a message of good will to the American government. The enormous crowd filled ; the Place Des Armes, fronting on the Champlain monument, where the exer cises were held. Here the prince re ceived the addresses of the American and French representatives, and ' the mayor of Quebec, and finally of Cham-T'T plain himself, reproduced as in the days of old, coming from a mimic re production of the -prigmal ship Ion De Dieu, With some 5000 followers rep resenting every phase of old France In Canada. ' ? o ' WEATHER TODAY. Washington, July 23. For Arizona Fair in the south: showers in the northern portion Friday and Saturday. o NOTICE TO RANCHERS. Those who have barley- to sell see me at the Ford hotel Friday and Sat urday and get my prices. JV W. WELSHONS. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Bids will be received at office of D. W. Millard, Architect, f 316 Fleming Block, until 2 o'clock i . m., August 4 thy: for construction of a two Z3 e. -k-v M J ikAW UBftk The kind of 13 i rtaw ti-cJw -c-- 'it 'VfSH, are distributing , these days; km On all our Men's Clothes On all Trunks and Suit Cases On all Pajamas On all Straw Hats On entire stock of Trousers I! tfti SI i! mb es a- 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 jusf" how to fit them, and we carry all sizes and kinds, so you can be given satisfaction. SUSPENSORY BANDAGES We can supply your wants. We have them selling from 35c up. The "bulett Service ELVEY Quality A mall order OUR COOL COMFORTABLE STORE story addition To the brick building on X. W. corner of Center and Jefferson streets. Phoenix. Plans and siKHiiflcations may be ob tained at said ftfTicc. THE HARQUA-HALA COMPANY. MINING Ironvvond, Michigan; July 10.-1908. To the Stockholders of The Harqua- Hala Mining Company: You are hereby notified that a spe cial meetinjr of the stockholders of the Hanpja-IIala Mining company will be held in the parlors of the Adams hotel in the City of phoenix, Arizona, on MONDAY, the tenth day of AUGUST 'A. P., 1908, at the hour of tvo o'clock In the afternoon, for the following pur poses, viz :. ' '-J 1st. To elect a board of seven di rectors to hold .office until the next annual meeting. . 2nd. To amend paragraph Three of the Articles of Incorporation, so as t increase the capital stot of said Cor poration from 11,000,000.00 to $2,000, 000.00, divided into 200,000 shares of the par value of $10.00 each. 3rd. To amend paragraph Six of the Articles of Incorporation of the said corporation, so as to authorize said corporation to Incur indebtedness or liability of $1,000,000.00 and that the highest amount of Indebtedness or lia bility to which said corporation shal at any time subject Itself shall not ex ceed the sum of $1,000,000.00. 4th. To adopt By-laws for sail corporation. 5th. In the event that you are not able to be personally present at the meeting, kindly sign and mail at one? the enclosed proxy to the Harqua Hala Mining Company, Ironwood, Michigan. ELVEN T. LARSON, President t t Mid Summer Clearance Sale -of- tiigkGrade 25 Per Cent Discount t- .1 T TheiVlcDougall&GassouCo, v3232 W. Washington St. -""fx- Marry "TSt M m mA aSW F Bargains we ?D1 m m ---. J3 SX 5 SODA WATER PHONE MAIN I & HULETT Druggists If you can't come. WE HAVE A COWTl-trfC UNK OF DUSTERS, BUGGY CANOPIES AND OTHER SUMMER GOODS. LOOK OVER OUR LINE OF SINGLE AND DOUBLE DRIVING HARNESS BE FORE BUYING. N. PORTER 8ADDLE AND HARNESS C0.1 8PURS AND BITS. 40 West Washington 8t, Telephone Red 131. Try our bakery goods. ,-Tou will be satisfied. Home Baking Co. - Clothing 3 iJt-s. ! !- - ...... A rife Ice Cream Freezers I II 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 1 M 11111 lit Have You Used Crystal Vej- jj vet or 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 ,t. s, iAVBitk.Ezft?k3l5i3! I THE ADAMS , l,iit,illjl,tl;l,;ll;ll;;ll;l,; 1 I I I I STATIONERY 2 We have the lest brands ob- J S tainable of Box Paicrs, Tablets, 5 mm mm . S Envelopes, etc. e SI Also, the Waterman's Ideal q Fountain Pen. Best In the S market. Give us a call at 1 CHAIN'S I STATIONERY AND NEWS CO. S 11-13 N. Center St. 5uomiiwua!niHHimHHnnuininmta YOUR VACATION PLEASURES Will be Incomplete, without the dally Republican's visit. Do not miss a single Issue. Phone Main 47, and give the address or addresses, where you want The Republican sent; same price by mail. 75 cents per month. ;H .1M I 1 l l 1 1 M"1"M"1' 111 111 I The I White House :: Is selling goods at HALF PRICE to make room for fall goods arriving daily. i The White House i CLOTHING CO. 1 T 214-216 E. Washington St. i i i 1 1 1 i t i. i i. h i. i. i. i. n i n i l FRUIT CANS Best quality hand-soldered, war-sealing cans, one quart size at per dozen. - D. H. 15 East Washington Street. "OH Tor a Camera!" You need not OWE for one, the prices : are so ridiculously low. Wo have them from $1.00 up to $35.00. 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? The Store That Carries the Stock. Miller-Sterling Co. : , Successors to ' E. L. . ANDREWS & SON. Refrigerators and Talbot & Hubbard's Hardware Store 'l''l"l"i"l"H-W"I"l"t"l"I""""I"I"H"h Borax? PHARMACY I I !! I 1 I t I-K 'K 1 ! 1 M' M H"H"M''H LOVE'S YOUNG DREAM is an engagement ring of one of our brilliant and perfect pure wat er diamonds, scintilating with the fire that only such finely cut and brilliant stones as we deal in can give. We have handsome engage ment rings and fine jewelry of all kinds, in all the latest designs and combinations. 6 S E. Washington St. 1 1 1 1 1 1 ! im iinn mini' 1:1 Phone No. 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 K'X 1 4. US. . . !i3 I I Wstzler's Cash Grocery f Phone Black Ml. " I SS W. Wash. SL X .1 11 1, MM ; t 1 U 1 1 1 111 1 111 I Let the Children : Kodak There's a world of education In picture "taking and good fun too. Urownie Cameras, ..1.00 TO S 12.00 - Kodaks 5.00 TO 100 Eerryfiill's Big Book Store "The Thirsty Man's Retreat." BURTIS Phoenix, Arizona. VE 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, Brace lets, Lockets, Brooches, ' Chains, etc.. and our Watches for both ladies and gentlemen are well known to tie ac curate time keepers.;- Clocks and Bronzes, Silver Ornaments, Diamonds and precious; stones of all -kinds. F:A. Hilderbran & Co. PJuona Red 2511. 10-12 TV Wash. i J