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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN TUESDAY 3IOKMX(J, SEPTE3IBER T!, 1008.
One lot of Vomcn's High
Shoos In either viei, patent kid
, or vclour calf. Made with
turned soles and sold regularly
at $3.00 an $3.50. Small sizes
only in this lot. Special
Men's comfortable House
Slippers in Mack, red, tan, ox
blood, brown and black all
sizes. Those slipper3 are well
worth what they're marked
$1.50 a pair but you can buy
them today at
Women's $3.50 quality Illack
Vicl Kid Shoes, with turned
soles, all now lasts. AVe have
every size in this lot and they
should sell rupiii!y at today's
Made of fine black vicl kid
in the popular blucher. style
with large eyelets. Sold all
over the country at $1.50 a
pair. You'll find all sizes here
today and the price is only
' 98c Pair
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Good Stylish Shoes, blucher
cut, made of excellent tan vicl
kid. All sizes from 2' to' 5
in this lot and a. regular $2.25
grade. Save money today by
shoeing that boy hcr5.
One lot of Men's Plain Toe,
Blucher Cut Shoes, made of
fine black vici kid. Light
weight, stylish and serviceable
the kind you pay $-'.50 a pair
for anywhere. Today's special
much, r Cut. High Shoes,
made of fine black vicl kid
with half double solos. Those
shoes are made for durability
and ure the' regular $1.75 grade.
We have all sizes and they will
be on sale today at
Boys' $2.50 School Shoes,
made of box calf in all sizes.
If your boy needs now shoes
for the opening of school this
is the place to bring him today
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Ladies Tailoring, Cleaning,
Pressing and Repairing
Again we call your attention to our department
of Ladles' Tailoring in charge of Mr. Kalsman.
He has all the new fashion plates and an Im
mense lot of new worsteds for you to choose from.
If Mr. Kalsman makes your new suit or skirt,
you may be sure it will fit perfectly. He also
does cleaning, pressing t and repairing of old gar
ments at reasonable prices. Sec him today.
New Cotton Battings
A whole carload of Cotton Batting has just ar
rived and if you're thinking of making up any Com
forts you'll find the best assortment of Batting in
Phoenix right here. All sizes from the half pound
bats to those weighing four pounds each the larger
ones being made in one piece just, the size of a
Prices 15c, 20c, 25c, 35c, 60c, 90c and $1.25
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HON. WEBSTER STREET.
DEATH OF JUDGE STREET
FORMER CHHF JUSTICE
The Wreck of His Long Breaking
Health Completed at Los Angeles
Hon. Webster Streot, former chief
Jcstice of this territory, died at Los
Angeles yesterday morninjr after a
long and honelrss illness. The news
of his death came in a tolesnvm from
Mrs. Street to the law partner ' .Mr.
Street, R H. Hayes." The teb grain
also f-tatod thut interment would bo
made in Los Angeley.
The failure of the health of Judge
Street r as o)servvd b;- his friends
about two years ag", and. in the hoie
of recovering his strength he went to
Kurope. spending th summer in Kng
land. making his headquarters at the
home of his dnugliter. forinerly Miss
Julia Street, who resides in Imdoti.
The voyage had b' en without bene
ficial results, for Judge street on his
return appeared worse than over. Fre
quently in court e.ftor that he was on
the point f collapse and much of
his time thereafter v as s;ient at his
home. Last spring while on his way
to Globe to attend court he w:u strick
en with paralysis at Howie and was
brought home. For days it was feared
that he would not survive, but there
was a subsequent improvineiit in his
condition, though his active life was
Early in the summer he was taken
to the coast and for a time there was
so great an improvement of his condi
tion that his friends t re hopeful
of his complete recovery, but it was a
false hope. He gradually grew worse
and at various times it was r -j; .rteid
that his death was only a matter of
Judge Street was 62 years of age. He
was born at Salem. Ohio, of Quaker
parentage. H" attended the public anil
high school of that city and completed
his education at Ant loch college. He
He wa sadmitted to the bar in 1871
and practiced law in the county of his
birth for som! years.-" after which fie
went to Pittsburg, where he was en
gjired in practice for four years.
He ca.ne to Arizona in 1S77, locating
at I'rcscott. H was afterward at Sig
nal. Mohave county, and still later
he spout a year at Tucson. In 1870,
in the palmy days of Tombstone, he
took up his residence in that then fa
raous camp and became one of a gal
axy of lawyers who have been known
throughout the southwest for theif
ability. While in Tombstone he served
for one year as county judge under a
Urritorial law which was shortly af
Judge Street came to Phoenix in 1SS7
and was associated in the practice of
law with Hen Goodrich, and after that
with Frank (Vis. In 1VI7 he was ap
pointed chief justice of the supreme
court of the territory and served in
that office through the administration
f President McKinlcy. After his re
tirement from the bench he engaged
in the active practice of the law and
continued until his health was utterly
Judge Street leaves besfes a wife,
two children, aaugliter and Lawrence
H. Street. He Acs recognized as one
of ti'e ablest lawyers in the entire
on th west. He was distinguished for
his cotirteousness of manner and for
his informataion on a wide range of
subjects. He was a member of the
SlasNilc order and for "oars h" hid
been one of the loading and most ac
tive Members of tiie Knights of Pyth
ias in this territory.
The New Ladies florae
Journal. Patterns for
October are now Ready.
Monthly style books free
at the pattern counter.
BlWiiii mni?iy-''i ' ll km ii i nhl'-nt"imi ni'mr-! -i - Mr
New Linen Towels
For the benefit of all rooming house keepers,
hotel keepers and housewives, we wish to announce
today that our stock of Towels is now complete.
' Every kind of a tow el you may need is here
and you'll find the quality a little bitter for the
same price than elsewhere.
Don't think of supplying your towel needs until
you have seen this new line.
Twill Pay You
The New Silkolines are
here in Great Variety,
either plain or figured.
The best line in town
Smouldering ' Fires in the Michigan
Woods Break Out Again.
Escanaba, Mich., Sept. 21. Forest
fires in this vicinity, smouldering
for the past "week, have broken out
afresh, driving the inhabitants of
the small villages in Menominee and
Delta counties into the larger cities
Refugees rciorted today that the
villages of Niagara, Forest City,
Commonwealth and Spread Eagle
were surrounded by forest fires with
little chances of-anyof the places
At the Commercial yesterday wore
the following; Frank H. Rogers, Los
Angeles; L. A. Kellog, Wickenburs; B.
F. Harmon, Phoenix.
10 bars Rorax Soap Tuesday, 23c.
McKee's .Cash Store. '
to Demonstrate the Merits of
Pyramid Pile Cure.
The following registered at the Ho
tel Adams yesterday: J. K. I nstall,
Is Angeles; P. R. Fowler, Waco; H.
J. Wright, New York: R. 11. Jaffa, New
York; Charles H. Haalenr, l'r.seotl;
I). J. Bronson, Albituorque; n. y.
Potter., Washington, 1. C; !;. A. I'ow -Jer;
Mr. and Mrs. Ibmicr Wilson, lc.nli
Valley T. B. Rickey, Top. z, ,iifoi
nia; A. W. Adams, II. II. Eohn, f
Quartzsite; M. C. Rogers, San Bernar
The following wore guests at the j
Ford hotel yostord ly; Gertrude Trump,'
Ho.; John Harvey. SpoLano. Wash.; '
Thomas Warmack Bariium and I : i i 1 - ;
V. J. Harper, R. Irons, W in. shea, P.
Bohr; J. Solomon, H. Roxroat. 1,. Bar
rel, C. Rockefeller, J. Linton. W. Rock,
Barnum and Bailey. Adv. Car: E.
Newman. A. H. Parsley, Elaastaff.
THE PfAGUE WIDENS
New Cases and Deaths Increase in
the Capital and the Provinces.
A mJMAN ENGINE.
1 without food fuel the anth Century L:mltJ
would travel little faster than a common y.-,rd
enplna. It takesgood fuel to develop power, i
endurance and speed. Every ambitious mar !
Is anxious to push forward, to cut aiicad, yet '
many are "coaline up" on food prepared with j
lard, reeardlessof the fact that lard is indl-i
testlblo and really clors up the system, just j
as poor coal clogs the grates with dickers. '
Don't eat lard-soaked food; eat food prepared '
with COTTOLEXE. a vegetable- oil cooking1
dat. to pure, wholesome and easily digested
that physicians recommend it even for lava-;
Hds. "COTTOLEXE shortens your food,1
lengthens your life" aud you will travel
farther, swifter and easier on it than on food
prepared from the fat of the hog. j
St. Petersburg, Sept. 21. Cholera
continues to increase rapidly. The
efforts of the authorities to stop the
sale of li'P'or between Saturday and
Monday and other preventative meas
ures taken, had but little, if any ef
fect on the spreading of the epi
demic. Between noon Sunday and noon to
day the municipal hospitals reported
3 Mi cases and 1)5 deaths. An addi
tion of statistics from military and
suburban hospitals in the same pe
riod will swell the total formidably.
There are thirty-four cases of po
licemen alone in one military hos
pital. Dispatches received from throe
provinces report 4SS new cases and
(il deaths in the last twenty-four
hours. The police bore today sum
marily closed several restaurants that
had "violated the order against the
sale of spirits.
ENCLISH COTTON WORKERS'
Manchester, Eng.. Sept. 21. More
than 4i0 cotton mills in Lancashire
are idle today a result of a dis
pute over wages between the opera
tives and employers. This means
that 4H oOO.OdO spindles are wholly or
partially stoP1ed. and 140.000 opera
tives are without work, losing over
some $700,000 in wages a week.
What It Has Done for Others, It Can
Do for You.
We have testimonials by the hun
dreds showing all stages, kinds and
degrees of piles which have been
cured by Pyramid. Pile Cure.
- If you could read these unsolicited
letters you would no doubt go to the
nearest drng store and buy a l. 4f
Pyramid Pile Cure at once, rice
fifty cents. .- :
We' do not ask you to do this.
Send us your name and address -and
we will send you a trial package by
mail free. ,
We know what the trial package
will do. In many cases it has cured
piles without further treatment. ' If
it proves its value to you order more
from your druggist. This is fair, I It
not? Simply write us a letter giving
your name nnd address and we 'tt'iU
send y'ou the trial package by' mall
in plain wrapper free. Address PyT;
amid Drug Co., 161 Pyramid UUla
Marshall, Mich. ' ,
Miss Fanny Peck f
Teacher of Pianoforte Playing.
Pupil of Carl Stasny itnd Louis
C. Elson, New England Conser
vatory of Music.
' MISS GRACE PECK.
Teacher of Flute and Piano
Pupil of Glenn Dillard Gunn of
Chicago Conservatory and
Edouward Fleck of New York.
STUDIO 20 Westmoreland
Place (Simm's Addition.)
Phono Black S371.
t THE GREATEST BARGAIN
A highly furnished avenue
home ready to stop into; good
shade, barn; everything modern
and first class. Only J:;50.
Half cash. j
Territorial Fair, Phoenix,"
Nov. 9-14, 190S. A week of
Page-Hanlen & Co.
41 West Adams. St. j.
H-H-H'H'M'I I I l Ut il l 1' I ! I H
BEAUTIFUL 13'2 ACRE
with good house, four rooms
and screen room; abundance of
shade and fruit trees, including
oranges, figs, pomegranates and
pears. Five new chicken houses
with wire rooms; also good
barn and well. Bargain at
4.r,00. See THOMAS at end
of Indian School car line.
Phone County 19.
f For Sale
300 acres in fine stand al
falfa, good house, good fences,
plenty water for irrigation.
Price $100 per acre. Very lib
i J. L. IRVIN !
Real Estate, Insurance, Rentals.
No. 11 North First Ave.
PRAYER MEETING. The prayer
meeting at the Crlttenton home tonight
will begin at 8 o'clock and will be led
by Rev. F. A. Amos. . : , U
A BABY GIRL. Dr. F. G. Angeny
ajid wife are the happy parents of a
baby whose advent to their home took
place yesterday morning. '
Beware of Ointments for Ca
tarrh that Contain Merciy
as moreury will surely destroy the sene
of smell and completely derange the
whole system when entering it through
the mucous surfaces. Such artlelas
should never be used, except on prescrip
tions from reputable physicians, as the
damage they will do is ten fold ta he
good you. can possibly derive f roar
thorn. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufac
tured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. O.,
contains no mercury, and Is taken Inter
nally, acting directly upon the llxrl and
mucous surfaces of the system. In buy
ing Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure vou get
the gonulne. It s taken internally and
mndn in Toledo. Ohio, by F. J. Cheney
Co. Testimonials free. t
Hold by druggists. Price 7.V? pT feottle.
Take Halls Family Pills for constlpa
tion. . ...
Madam Egbert Pinncy
Teacher Voice Culture.
Grand Opera Repertoire.
821 NORTH FIRST STREET.
Wo have just started to again
make this delicious soft cream A'!
Chocolate Candy. Phone or
call. Orders delivered to any
address in cfty. G0? I'"-'1"'
CHAS. J. SANICHAS
Phone Rod 2021. .
42-41 W. Wash. St.
( FOR SALE 1
I1 ! I II IMi I t 11 I 1 I I'll!' 1
NEW CENTER STREET
Just completed, in 1000 block;
modern in every respect; open
For terms and price see
at end of Indian School car
WRITE THE ARIZONA SCHOOL OF MUSIC i
FOR' CATALOGUE AND OTHER DESCRIPTIVE LITERATURE.
MRS. SHIRLEY CHRISTY, DIRECTOR.
Orange land, large or small tracts.
Alfalfa land. Improved and raw.
Land for cantaloupe and truck,
Houses and lot, any part of city.
M0RF6RD & BARR.
4 West Adams St
A nice 14 -room house , with all
modern equipments in the best part
of the city; good shade, lawn and
out buildings; the owner occupying
the hrfuse now. This is a good chance
for the right party to got a large
house very cheap. Tborte interested
call and get price.
I also have a 7-room furnished
house for rent at $35 per month.
A. R. TAYLOR, '
43 W. Adams St
1 I I M I1 -V ! 1 '! '1' 1 ! 1 1 h
YOU CAN COUNT
THE DIFFERENT. MAKES OF THE HIGH-GRADE
PIANOS ON YOUR FINGERS THE AGENCY
FOR SUCH tyELL KNOWN MAKES AS THE
WEBER, STEINWAY, VOSE, BALDWIN, ETC.,
CAN BE PROCURED ONLY AFTER A LIFE
TIME OF SUCCESSFUL, PjGNIF.'ED AND ONE
FRICED MERCHANDISING. REMEMBER, WE
PAY NO RENT. TO BUY FOR CASH IN CAR
LOAD LOTS PERMITS' US TO UNDERSELL ANY
OTHER DEALER." OUR GUARANTEE PROTECTS
1 HHIHII f'i i t Itfi-ft ci
School Books If
We are giving away
nn rlrp-arit Book T1
Strap with every
; $l.tU purchase of
School Boole s. Also
t rulers to every one.
Come and see us.
X 212 East Washington Street
,n,.H.,H, V ..M"l"l"l"l-t"l"l""l"l"M"l"t
v The Home of
Everthing First Class
Famous Tonv Faust Beer on
JACK CIBSCN, Proprietor.
I Here is a Chance 1
to pick up ($5000) five thou
sand dollars a year on as small
investment 100 acres close to
Glendale, improved. 60 acres al
falfa, balance to grain, good
house, barn, fenced, cross
fenced, good well of water. This
can be had a sltort time at $S5
Five acres on North Center
street, two story brick house,
close in, nice shade, for $C"i0.
Forty acres three miles west
of fair grounds, improved to
alfalfa, good house, barn or
chard and plenty shade. A bar
gain if taken at once.
A snap in two or three small
cottages north of the city.
L. J. RICE,
UNION BANK AND TRUST f
I I I I I H ! I M M 1 I 1 t I 1 M M t ; t-
ISO acre ranch, about 80 acres in
alfalfa, all fenced. Owner's interest
In one of the best private ditches
in the valley can be bought, insuring
a continuous water supply. This ii
one of the best buys in the valley
and will go quick. Trice $75 per
$20 per acre buys a quarter sec
tion IS miles from Phoenix.
Housekeeping rooms In all parts of
the city for rent.
210 West Washington Street.
Phone Black 2631.