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THE A III ZONA REPUBLICAN TUESDAY 3IOKMNC, OCTOBER 0, J 908.
w 4 QUAIL SEASON OPENS OCTOBER 15. Twenty Dollar Shotguns Twenty dollars is a popular price to pay for a shotgun. Wo have found ihis out in the last two months, as we have sold over fifty of the ITHACA HAMMKRl.KSS 1109 models at that price. We have these in stork in I-1 and Itf pan ire, and will have the liplit 20 gauge In this week or next. If others tell you we havNyi't the 109 model, call and pet the TM: Ithaca catalog and see the guns and assure yourself. Wo also have the Ithaca hammer gun. 11 ga., at T20, Marlin and AViiuhester repeating shotguns at f20. All no, and latest models, Wavcrly guaranteed double harrel hammerless'.guns at $16. Some exceptional bargains in semnd hand guns and rifles. Look ov. r our stock before you Irtiy. no matter what catalog house you deal with. We are here to equal or beat ,their prices, or we don't Want the business. ' . ' PINNEY (iX ROBINSON THE GUN STORE 40 NORTH CENTER STREET, PHOENIX, ARIZ. Send for free Game Law card. Established 1887. $25.00 FOR Ostrich Feather ON EXHIBITON AT OUR FEATHER STORE. Look in at our Feather Store. See the biff, beautiful display of Fans and Flumes, the choice of which goes to the woman entering the best Jelly Cake at the Big Territorial Fair in November. Each article is worth $2o.00 and these are the choicest specimens that can be had anywhere. CAN YOU WIN THAT $25 PRIZE? Arizona Ostrich Farm Store First Street and Adams. Fourth Arizona Fair, rhoenix. Nov. 9-H, 1908. Attractions extraordinary. You Get Your Choice every time you come into our Meat Market. Just what you like it will be just the sweetest, tenderest piece of Meat you ever ate. Sounds pood? It will taste better. TUY US FOR FINE, CHMlCK MEATS. Independent Meat Market SOUTHWESTERN AUTO CO. The best equipped and most up-to-date garage in the middle west. SEE US BEFORE BUYING! WE CAN SELL YOU ANY CAR MANU FACTURED IN AMERICA TCDA. CHEAPER THAN YOU CAN PUR CHASE THE SAME AT ANY FACTORY. STORAGE. REPAIRS. RENTALS. SUPPLIES. K. Wash. St. E. W. BACON, Manager. Dione Main o43. F R "Mans and Specifications -furnished t f SEE US BEFORE YOU BUILD Kstimates furnished on appplication for all classes of work. j ! PHOENIX CONSTRUCTION COMPANY $ Room 5. Lewis r.lds., Corner Adams l!ium-s office. "-p;l Black; Mgr.'s deuce, kit." 4 I led. -. 5- CONDITIONS IN COCHISE (Continued from Pare 1.) If this be true, and it is true beyond the shadow of denial, it looks to an ob server as though the application of pood logic would demand that the peo ple try a change, vote for italph Cam- ron and note the results. "This. I believe, is what the people arc going to do. I make tiiis assertion as an individual, and without leaving one atom of the i sponsihility for the assertion upon chairman Smith or any other part or poit;on of the republi- TEA New York is too far from Japan; San Fran cisco is nearer. Y onr procer rerorni yonr money If you doat Uk Schilling's Beit: we pay Lua. BLANKETS of every size, price and color JELLY CAKE Opposite Noble Build'ng. . t EE X free for all kinds of buildings. X and Center. Phoenix. Arizon izona. X residence, 8"13 Black; Sees resi- J i ! WHEN YOU SEE OUR WAGON drive up to your neighbor's door, it means siie is going to have the very finest meat to eat. Have it stop in front of your door as an experiment. We deliver any where, in any quantity, at any time. ( ur service is as prompt a.s our meats are choice. P. T. HURLEY The Central Market. 17 West . Washington St. I'hone Main 12. can territorial organization. I make the assertion from close persona ob servation, and from deductions from conversations made and had during this trip. I also found a very friendly feeling for Mr. Cameron, and the thought, that he is the man most hap pily situated to do the things in Wash ington the people of Arizona wisli done as soon as possible. 1 also noticed that in all instances throughout the south, a verv high personal regard for chair man Hoval A. Smith as a man, and as a friend. His sincerity and cleanliness of method are not questioned, by even the strongest political opponents. Therefore, the deduction is safe, that such methods applied by such a man in. politics, as in business, or any other of the vva!ks of life, must bear good fruit, and an abundance of it." At the Airdome tonight see Pavid Kelasoo's sensational play. The Devil, realistically reproduced in moving pictures. This is one of the pu-atest feature films ever produced. i Thousands of American women ; in our homes are daily sacrificing i their lives to duty, i In order to keep the home neat 1 and pretty, the children well dressed ; and tidy, women overdo. A female 1 weakness or displacement is often brought on and they suffer in silence, drifting along from bad to worse, knowing well that they ought to have help to overcome the pains and aches which daily make life a burden. It is to these faithful women that LYDIAE-PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND comes as a boon and a blessing, as it did to Mrs. F. Ellswoi . f Mayville, X. Y, and to Mrs. v. . r. loyd,of leaver Falls, Pa., who say: " I was not able to do my own work, owing to the female trouble from which I suffered. Jj.vdia K. 1'inkhara s vepe : tablet'ompound helped me wonderfully, and I am so well that I can do as bifj a day's work as I ever did. I wish every sick woman would try it. ! FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. ! For thirty years Lydia K. Iiuk ham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, has been the standard remedy for female ills. j. and has positively cured thousands of 1 women who have leen troubled with displacements, inflammation, ulcera tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, that bearing-down feeling, flatulency, indiges tion,dizziness,or nervous prostration Why don't you try it ? Mrs. Pinkliam invites nil sick women to write Ler for advice. She lias guided thousands to health. Address, Lynn, Mass. THE WEATHER. Local Daily Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. Forecast for Arizona: Fair. S:H0 p.m. I'.I.VJ a.m. . .2'.'. !'S . . .". I'.arometcr, inches . . Tempi rat u re, decrees Dew iMiint. decrees 31 Humidity, per cent 4'.t Wind direction SK Wind- veloeity. miles .... t Ilain'all. inches t) w 3 o Weather . . .Clear Clear Mean daily humidity Mean daily temperature Highest temperature Lowest t'-mperature Total daily rainfall 32 R4 S3 4G 0 Accumulated deficiency in tempera ture since January 1, 1 .',." degrees. Accumulated excess in rainfall since January I, 1.71 inches. L. N. JKSrNoFSKY, Section Director. CONCtRTED MANEUVERS AT CAMPATASCADtRO The Militia at Its Studies in the School of War. Camp Atascadero, Oct. 5. Follow ing the arrival yesterday of the Ari zona militia under Col. J. J I. Mc CUntoek, three companies ,f infantry and three troops of cavalry of the California national guard reached Camp Atascadero today. While the California militia were pitching their tents alongside the regulars, the entire force of regulars under the command of Lieutenant Colonel H. B. Moon of the Twentieth infantry, took the field for the first concerted maneuvers. The entire brigade of all arms moved six miles south of the camp as an advance grard of an imaginary division of troops coming from Monterey, before which a brigade of the hostile force was slowly retiring south. After the command had advanced several miles south it was ordered to take a de fensive position to stoji a column of "red" forces coming north from Santa Margarita. The maneuvers were well carried out. This afternoon the militia received their first instructions, in the form of a lecture and a practical demonstra tion of camp sanitation, by Capt. A. K. Truhy, chief surgeon general of the field hospital, and Capt. W. R. Davis, chief sanitary officer. WIFE AND SHOT GUN. Stood Off a Provost Detail of the C. N. G. ! San Diego. Oct. 5. Sergeant Kr i nest L. Bartlctt, an employe of the city ciigim-er's office and an officer of Company I?. Seventh infantry, X. I fj. C, are likely to be called upon to face u court-martial when the i company returns from Atascadero.. i Sergeant Bartlett refused to go with the company. The, captain ordered that he should i go and yesterday he sent a provost j detail to bring him to the train. J Bartlctt, armed with a monkey j wrench, stood off the detail for a time, but was overpowered, but about j that time his wife appeared with a I shotgun and held it on the men untrj l they obeyed her orders to get out. i The company left without the ser-gvant. WILLIAM R. HEARST COULDN'T HOLD CROWD A Los Angeles Audience Disapproves of His Attack Upon Kern. Los Angeles, Oct. 5. The Seech of Hearst at the Shrine auditorium here tonight was devoted almost entirely to an attack on Kern. He referred to the recent finding of a pass of the Dig Four railroad made' out to Kern, and pointed out that the Big Four Is a branch of the Vanderbilt system which has been successfully prosecuted by the federal government for granting rebates. Ho also de voted much attention to Kern's em ployment by Thomas Taggart, and discussed the alleged gambling at French Lick Springs, Ind. He read the affidavits of two newspaper men present at the Denver convention who stated that Kern said to them that he was indebted to Taggart for his nomination. He read one Standard Oil letter. This was addressed to Senator De pew by Archbold. It acknowledged the receipt of a pass anil offered a hope that an opportunity would arise to return the kindness, and ex pressed a friendly sentiment toward the great corporation Depew repre sented. Hisgen's address was devoted to various issues of the camjwiign and he explained the reasons for the ex istence of the independence party. Mr. Hearst's speech against Mr. Kern was received by his audience with but lit'.le approval. Before he had spoken five minutes the crowd began to leave in large numbers, re sulting in the confusion of Hearst and compelled him to cease speaking for some minutes. About half the audience remained until the close of the address. He was in poor voice and unable to make himself heard any distance from the platform. His entrance on the platform before the beginning of his speech was marked with much enthusiasm. JEWISH CONGREGATION WILL ERECT TEMPLE A Fund for That Purpose Was Started Yesterday by Contributions Amount ing to $2,500. The services in Meiczer hall yester day in recognition of the Day of AP'tiemont were attended by a large Jewish congregation.. During their progress a movement was started that it is believed will result in the building of a temple in this city at an early day. B. .Marks at an , appropriate time addressed the congregation on the need of a Jewish temple in Phoenix, which now contains a populous colony subscribing to that faith, and saying that he believed they had sufficient financial resources to undertake the construction of a- fe9Jrf 'of worship. The address was. f'Ljfol by a, prac tical application Tit its sentiments and a temporary organization was formed with the following officers: L. Meic zer. president; Seliii Miehelson. vice president; B. Marks', secretary; Chas. Korrick, treasurer; Harry Friedman, sexton. That trere mi.-ht be something tangible to work upon, as a nucleus of a temple fund five merchants of the city subscribed $2,300. A ladies' society to further the project was then formed. 1th Miss Edith Jacobs as temporary president, and various committees appointed. The commit tees will meet for conference next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the same place. LUMBER RATES HELD DOWN. The Injunction Against the Harriman Roads Stands. San Francisco, Oct. 5. The United States circuit court of appeals today dismissed the appeal of the Southern Pacific, the Oregon Short Line and the Oregon and California Navigation company from the injunction restrain ing them from enforcing an increased freight rate on lumber in Northern California and Oregon. The claim was made by the Pa cific Coast Lumber Manufacturers' association that the enforcement of the rate would .seriously injure their business. At the Airdome tonight see David P.elasco's sensational play. The Devil, realistically reproduced in moving pictures. This is one of the greatest feature films ever produced. The Larson Drug Co. will give you your money back if MI-O-NA does not cure Dyspepsia. IS THIS A SQUARE DEAL? The Larson Drug Co. makes this square ileal because they are au thorized to do so by the makers of Mi-o-na tablets, ami are willing to have this statement appear in the Arizona Republican because they know the offer is genuine. Anil while it may be that there are about S cases in 100 that are too far gone for Mi-o-na to cure, we are willing and ready to take all the chances, and if Mi-o-na does not cure, any dyspeptic can have his money back. F.vcn with this liberal offer the Lanson Drug Co. will not have to refund but a very small percentage, because the 8 incurable dyspeptics will find so much relief in Mi-o-na that they will once again look upon the sunny side of life, and will con tinue to use Mi-o-na. Now, reader, you may say how can the makers of Mi-o-na make such an offer? How do they know that 92 per cent, of the users will be cured, and that the other 8 per cent., or the in curables, will be relieved? Why, it's all very simple. We've made this same offer in 1000 towns before we made it here, and we have figured out the percentages, so that when we make the statement we know it to be absolutely true. "Mi-o-na tablets are truly great for anyone that has stomach trouble. I can not praise them too highly for what they have done for me." Mrs. W. D. Bennett. Bucksport, Me. The price Is only 50 cents a bos. IFISl NEW CATCH FINE FAT FAMILY MACK EREL 15c OR 2 FOR 25c NEW CATCH PAIL MACKEREL. NEW CATCH DRIED HERRING. NEW CATCH SHRED DED CODFISH. NEW CATCH BRICK CODFISH. THE BEST EASTERN CHEESE EVER SHIP PED TO PHOENIX. PER POUND ONLY 25c : : : : NEW CROP CALI FORNIA PINK BEANS Wee's Cash vStore 13 2 Ladies French Heels, anyone in the House, $5, $4.50, $4, $3.50 T No BE CAREFUL of the Piano you select, particularly if your income is moderate. You want as much Piano value as you can get, and mark this you'll not get it if you pick out a bargain Piano. It is always dear, even .If you get it as a gift. Bargain Pianos are made cheap to sell cheap. They have no value to begin with. In a few months they lose their beauty of finish and their tone falls so low that "all .the king's horses and all the king's men" can never raise it again. They are offered by dealers to catch the trade which cannot afford to pay larger prices. Redewill's , 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 i 3rd Ave. Theatre-Tonight Rosskopf Hypnotist WITH 10 PEOPLE, SCIENTIFIC AND HUMOROUS TESTS IN X HYPNOTISM, MIND READING AND CLAIRVOYANCY. f t Prices 20c, 35c and 50c . t "1 I I H I I I I I 1 I I I 'Mill Mill I ' -W44M--X-W-K-;-4- Rental, Supplies, PHOENIX AUTO COMPANY. J Cor. Washington and Fourth Ave. A. Ainsworth, Mgr. ECIA DAYS $1.50 heAlkireCo Exchanges'on Saturday The Home of Everything Musical. i i i :- Repairs, Tourist Autos j 2 s I