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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1008.
COME I NfjF LOCAL INTEREST 1 LET US FIGURE WITH YOU ON YQUR WANTS IN FURNITURE RUGS HARDWARE STOVES RANGES WE SAVE YOU MONEY. SEE OUR EASY PAYMENT PLAN ON FUR N ITU RE. Davidson's Cash Store PHOENIX, ARIZONA. Dorris-IIeyman l'ur. Co. Old Stand. Settle the Glass Question Kitlier you need them or you don't. If you need them you should wear them. After one of our thorough examina tions we can tell you exactly what you ne. d. If you don't need glasses we will tell you so. DR.E.MUNSON Arizona's Leading Optician. YOUR WAY OUR WAY You get just what you ask for here. We never talk back, if you don't know what you want, we will help you to de cide. But if you come in our store fully decided as to what you Want, we will make no ef fort to dissuade you. LARSON DRUG CO. X. V. Cor. Center and Wash ington Sts. Fourth Arizona Fair, Fhoe- H nix. Nov. 9-14, 1908. Attrac Kvory si it equally nic mt tint pure. Pettid's Bread Purity, freshness, cleanliness and delicious quality combine to make 1'ett id's liread the best bread made. Kat it and you'll know it. Fourth Arizona Fair, Nov. 9-14 lftS. Attractions Extra ordinary. Olivette Brand the best Olive Oil good to cat Olives Monger Bros. Company. Vhen the evenings are coef And you boys begin to call Take her Donofrio's cactus candy And yeu're aure to be it all. BLlOlin 1 A LI if I t llllill J M Mill lllal III MIIIIHI 100 B a i v. PYTHIAN SISTERS The Pythian Sisters who suspended their weekly meetings during the summer months will resume them again on Wednesday night. VISITED PRESCOTT, Mrs. Lillur Wilson returned yesterday from Pres cott where she went on the Saturday excursion and where she was enter tained by Miss Alma lirady, formerly of Phoenix. , THE FLIGHT OF TIME. This is the gladsome 9th of September and to morrow is the 10th which will not be so gladsome for those who fail to pay their city water rental. Delinquents are likely to wake up the next day to find a droth pervading their hydrant. DIED OF INJURIES Claude Stew who was injured in Tempe a few days ago by falling from a horse died yes terday at the Sisters' Hospital. The funeral services will be held today from the chapel of Mohn and Drlscoll at four o'clock. WILL RETURN MONDAY Karl O. Heinrich, who has been teaching classes in music at Flagstaff during the summer, will return next Mon day, September 14, and reopen his studio for the enrollment of pupils, for his third year of teaching here, during which he has been uniformly successful. NEW LIVERY STABLE. Frank Smithline, who owns the building in which Frank Cavalliera has conduct ed a blacksmith shop on North Cen ter street, has leased it to Frank Frankforter, who will open a livery stable on the first of Octol)er. In the meantime the building will be increased in size by being extended back to the alley. ARRAIGNMENT OF ROGERS. James Rogers, the Ford hotel thief was brought back from 1 ucson yesterday morning where he had been captured. He was arraigned before Justice John stone and his hearing was set for this morning. Rogers confessed his guilt, but that was hardly necessarv since he had been caught in the act. He added though, that he had intended to make a clean sweep of the hotel. AN UNFORTUNATE MAN. An old man lay in the office of the board of supervisors for a couple of hours yes terday afternoon waiting for the wagon to conn1 and take him to the poor farm. Hi- was Michael M'Donald, a prospec tor, who had been brought down from Hot Springs Junction. He had been camping in the hills and was suddenly stricken helpless. He lay in that con dition several days before he was dis covered. THE COURTHOUSE RENT. I'nited States Marshal Daniels arrived from Tucson yesterday morning on of ficial business, a part of which is. to investigate further the proposed in crease of rent for federal official quar ters in the court house. Probably something will be done about it today. The supervisors are insistent upon an increase of fliiirt a year to $1100. It is not yet known whether the marshal is still insistent that he will not pay more than $900. CHARLEY'S AUNT A good sized crowd journeyed out to Kastlake park j last evening to greet the Raymonds in their initial performance of "Charley's Aunt." The play is a creditable one ! and was well rendered. Mr. Whitaker as me aunt was extremely amusing and brought laugh after laugh from the audience. He was ably supported by the whole cast, and all those pres ent voted the plav a success. "Char ley's Aunt" is that sort of a play that I never grows Id. in fact it improves ! with age. and is well worth seeing i over again. I STEALING DATES. It is reported ; "' the officials at the capitol grounds that some vandal is again interfer j ing with the date trees and evidently i waiting nervously for the time when j they will lie ripe enough to eat. The j muslin placed around the fruit to protect it has been cut several times j of late. A guard has been estab I lished and whoever this trespasser is is likely to find himself in court, as was one man last year for a similar offense. There will be little charity shown anyone caught this vear. REPUBLICAN MASS MEETINGS. The populace should bear in mind that inursuay nigiu is the formal opening of the republican territorial campaign and that it is to be celebrated by a big mass meeting on the city hall plazn. It 's not to be a close commu nion affair, but the whole world is in vited, saints, sinners and all. A special invitation is extended to democrats for republicans are supposed to be there anyhow whether personally invited or not. Ralph Cameron, the republican candidate for congress, will be present to tell the people whether he wants them to vote for him or not and Robt. K. Morrison and K. S. Clark will be there to point out the way In which the patriots may serve their country by voting for him. They are all In teresting talkers and well worth listen ing to regardless of one's political bias or convictions. On Friday night Mr. Cameron will hold a meeting in Tempe and one in Mesa City on Saturday night. School Desks Blackboards Globes Maps All Supplies McNEIL CO. s The PEOPLE 126-128 W. with the GOODS Washington St. Opposite Court House ftAftiii AitMJj YOU never saw a more attractive lot of good clothes than we're ready to show you right now for fall wear. They're Hart Schaffner & Marx and Alfred Benjamin m 113 m clothes, and the new colors, new weaves and fa brics are as rich and varied and attractive as m 1 clothes can be. In addition to tht new VTT? l 1 1 ...1 ."t. t ilUHLIiU cuiors wiiitu nave uccu su ciui.amv. a. feature of this fine line, we'll" show you some fine blue serges, black cheviots and thibcts, such as every man ought to have. 'TtiT iti 1 it --v1 1 o o n 1 1 1 rrat tmi o -n 1 rrli f it rrrxriA c 1 1 t fr VVI i Luiy uwiiaia win all-wool perfectly 8 as SHOES When you start out to BUY SHOES you start for a shoe store, for you know that is the place to get shoes. You hope to find what you want at a price you are willing to pay. The time and patience saving way is to go first to the store where there are the greatest number and variety of shoes, and where the salesmen know ' you come to get shoes to fit you and not just to leave some of your money. LOOK THEY OUR GOOD FEEL SHOES AND GOOD. H. A. D1EHL Shoe Co. ON PURCHASING TOUR Miss L,orene Mol'fett of the Francis Cloak and Huit House has re turned to Phoenix after the annual purchasing tour which in cluded Chicago, and New York, where the latest styles in vogue ill the mil linery line w,-re studied. Some of the new stock has already arrived. Miss Moffott enjoyed a pleasant trip but is glad to get back to the vallev. MR. McKINNEY RETURNS. V. 3. McKinney, one of the largest land owners in the valley, returned yes terday from an extensive eastern trip. He visited his relatives in the old Carolina home and also toured as Car north as ISoston and New Hamp shire, naturally stopping for a time in Xew York. He returns greatly improved in health and has gained considerably m weight. Among other points visited was the big race track at Keadville, Mass., where he had the pleasure of witnessing the $.10, oiiO American derby, which was won by Allen Winter in a most notable race. It was a great event and much space was given it in the press of the rountrv a few davs ago. IT'S TIME TO REGISTER. Those who desire to take part in the county and territorial election, and whose names are not already on the regis ter, should see a registering officer within the next five weeks for the registration will close on October IS, just a week after the county con ventions. A very large majoritv of the voters are already registered and i the present is a (supplemental regis- I tration. Since the last registration a I good many persons have acquired the I right to vote either by coming of I ige or by gaining a residence. There I are a few who neglected the last I regular registration. Voters may reir- ! ister with the county recorder or nnv i of his deputies or with nnv iustice I of the peace. j HOWARD REED HOME. Engineer 1 Howard Heed, the piston rod of the ! canal service under the direction of the government in this vallev. return- ! 1 Sunday morning accompanied bv 1 his wife and son, from a short vaca- ; tioh at Ocean l'ark. He put In Sun day and Monday inspecting the canals and was pleased to see that thimrs are ' in goou coiiouion. i ne larmers are happy, some of them even hinting that they had been getting more water since he went away than when he was here. They were not reflecting on the service or on Mr. Reed, but seem to think that it rains more when he is away than when he is at home. The secret of It probably is that the rain god feels that he ran -neglect the valley when Mr. Reed is here, knowing it will be looked after any way, but when Reed is nb isent old Jupe has to take charge and operate direct from the central station. Mr. Reed says he had a fine time hut : he is glad to get back and had begun to yearn for a chance to slop dobe mud Ion his yaller leggins. The sand of the sea shore don't stick like the Salt riv er valley glue and he couldn't help humming the old tune "Home ain't nuthin' like this." 1 i i fcftAiti mmm browns, grays, tans, and 1 nll.n.o,o o ywu cw tuigu . y jvwv. iiuiii made, correct in style. THAT PURE CHILLY SODA WATER WHAT GOOD IS A PRESCRIP TION IF IT IS NOT PUT UP RIGHT? Of what value are prescriptions unless prepared exactly as the doctor wants them, anil even after they are prepared, of whnt use are they if the in gredients are not fresh, pure and standard strength. We buy and sell only pure drugs and of known standard strength. Elvey & Hulett, Quality Druggists A Mail Order if OUR CLEAN COOL WE HAVE A VERY LARGE LINE Of-' HARNESS MADE UP. PLENTY TO PICK FROM. THE KIND THAT WEARS AND PRICES ARE RIGHT. N. PORTER SADDLE AND HARNESS CO. SPURS AND BITS. 40 West Washington Street. Telephone Red 131. Cabinet Photos J2 50 at DonnelL SAN FRANCISCO VETERINARY COLLEGE Next session begins Sept. 15th. Cat alog free; apply n. Chas. Keane, Pres. 1S18 Market St., S. F. 25 Per Cent Discount On All Summer Suits The McDougall & Gassou Co, 30-32 West Washington Street 1! ,rJV i i Mil VI 11 i .-,1 ft D 1 fruMil' M PHONE MAIN I Never Substitute. you can't come. COMFORTABLE STORE. rff is ? uwee supplies THAT ALWAYS LOOK NEAT. And always do your work. Blank books, writing materials, Inks, pens and typewriter sup plies that we have for you will always give you complete sat- Isfactlon. CHAIN'S STATIONERY AND NEWS CO. 11-13 N. Center St. If you want everyone to grt you Aith a smile upon his face. Carry Crystallized Cactus Uwy, Ptiom to Us For Your Ice Cream & Sherbets CHAS. J.' SANICHAS Thone Red 2021. ? 42-44 W. Wash. Street. X t'...t..r.,i;.,rr,.r,,i..Tii,.F,,ii,i ; ........ 4. MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY AT f East Lake Park I The Raymond Co! offer "Charlies Aunt" The Play That Made the Cats Laugh. Charles Frohman's greatest New York Comedv success ; Pive million people have laugh- 1 eo at mis comedy. Splendid X specialties. All the favorites in the cast. Return of Mr. l!en- jamin Reynolds to the cast aft er his week's vacation. The best comedy- offering yet T given. Prices: 10c, 20c, 30c, 50o. Seats on sale at Bear Drug Store. HAVE YOU NOTICED? The man who wears a happy, con tented look during the summer ii the man who has a Talking Machine In his home? He goes home in the evening, pulls his cabinet out on the porch and enjovs a concert, a vaudeville or an opera. VICTOR AND EDISON Sep tember Records now on sale. The store: that carries the stock. Miller-Sterling Company 9-11 E. Washington St., Successors to E. L. Andrews & Sen. For For The Mechanic We have Carborundum Stones especially adapt ed to every kind of tool. In fact anything from a wythe stone to a razor hone. They are the hardest and fastest cutting stone made today , nml put a perfect edge on any tool. We have just received a large shipment of these stones and have them in all styles. H ,hH, 1 1 1111 IM lill 1' 1 1 I THE KIND OF WEATHER WE ARE HAVING AT PRESENT NATURALLY MAKES US REGARD OUR TOILET.' WE HAVE A MOST COMPLETE LINE OF TALCUM POWDERS, SOAPS, TOILET f . WATER, FACE POWDERS AND i THE ADAMS PRESCRIPTIONS OUR SPECIALTY. IN HOTEL. ADAMS. 4.mH iii n I 1 II I I 1 II M - W'l'M ANOTHER BARGAIN A 2',i horsepower gasoline engine for $100. Strictly a first-class engine. Regular price $123. D- H. 15 East Washington Street KODAK Presents to View The Hapoy Scenes You Would Renew Tou may be assured of best re sults if your KODAK WORK. Is done at Berryliill's Big Book Store "The Thirsty Man's Retreat" W-H' 1 1 1 I 1 1 I 1 ! 1 ! i H..1. 11 1 I I WE HANDLE THE FAMOUS f iHASSAYAFilPAi BU TER Per und 30c Received fresh every morn- ing. . . Remember we dellrer your orders promptly. All kinds of fresh and staple groceries. 4- 1'hone us. Wetzler's Cash Grocery I 35 West Washington Street. Remember our phone number is t RED 3391. f I 'M I 1 1 llll I I I ! M M 1 1 1 1 I H CREAMERY Did You Ever Stop to Think THAT IN NOT ONE TOWN IN A THOUSAND THE SIZE OF PHOENIX OR EVEN LARGER YOU WILL FIND A JEWELRY STORE ONE-HALF AS FINE AS OURS, NOR ONE THAT CAR 2LE.S,THE STOCK 0F GOODS WE HAVE AT ALL TIMES. ISNT THAT SOMETHING TO MAKE YOU THINK, AND ISN'T THIS nLrfneT.?. UY WHEN Y0U ARE IN THE MARKET FOR FINE GOODS IN OUR LINE? F. A. Hilderbran & Co., Phone red 2511. PHOENIX. r The Housewife We especially recommend the CARBORUNDUM KNIFE SHARPENER. It puts a smooth, keen edge on any knife and does it quickly. There is no excuse for having dull knives when these Carborundum Sharpeners can be had for TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. Talbot & Hubbard's Hardware Store 1"H VI HI IV II '! I H"M"H I H II' h 4 BATH ACCESSORIES. PHARMACY I - l ,.H...ti.;..;.t t MM t I 1 I ! I I H A RARE BEAUTY every gem in our fine collection of jewels is, and their rich color and brilliancy and unique and ex quisite settings make them fit gifts for a Queen. We have every thing that is new and novel in pins, rings, ear screws and drops, at prices that are remarkable for their low figure: & 8 E. Washington St BURTIS Phoenix. Arizona. I HI 1 I I I I 1 1 I 1 I I I 1 I I l-rtt'l 11 i vl FOR SALE Twenty acres gtirden : land, nice four room brick house with beautiful shade, barn, etc. Also 40 acres garden land, all in alfalfa, fine sugar beet and melon land. Inquire at the THE FAIR 212 East Washington Street. ; .H-Ml M..H-H"! ! h M .I-M 1 1 l id..;. 'U I 1 I II I t t I I I l i 1 I 1 g i t HI I The ; White House ) I Is selling goods at HALF : X FRICE to make room for fall ? goods arriving dally. ill The White House l CLOTHING CO. 214-216 E. Washington St 4 i u 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n i tt i X j jH--HHfr-t-H-'H1 11 'M' H"H X 1H W. A. REYNOLDS : Contractor and Builder : Plans an! specifications furn- tracted or superintended by him. Let me plan your house for you. SATISFACTION GUARAN TEED. Phone Black 401. Residence, 1119 v. Fillmore St Office, Five Points, Phoenix. 10 rwl 1 . WnchlrHTtnn Cfrnot ARIZ. k r t !