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Everything Direct from the Factory to You We Positively Do Not Handle Any Secondhand Goods THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY 3IORNINC, DECEMBER 7, 1908. T. H. DAVIDSON & CO? Ask About Our Easy Payment Plan i . j FURN R HARDWARE r A Few Suggestions for Christmas DAVENPORTS. Always an acceptable present. Our No. 380 is elegantly up holstered and finished in weathered oak. Price SG3.00 KITCHEN CABINETS. Xo kitchen is complete without a Cabinet. Your mother or your wife knows that. Price S17.30 COSTUMERS. Genuine oak. beveled plate glass, a beautiful hall piece and a most useful gift. Price S32.50 LADIES' DESKS. One could not think of a more useful and ornamental or less expensive gift. Price S 12.50 RUGS. An Axminster Rug would be a pleasant surprise to any one, and a 9x12 would fit practically any room. Price. . $27.50 MAPLE SETS. ' Two Chairs and one Rocker to match. They will make a very pleasing present for daughter. Price SI 1.50 THE GUNN SECTIONAL BOOKCASES. Teach the young people to take proper care of their hx ks and so come to love them. Price S20.00 ROCKWMG CHAIRS. Just the thing for mother. They are comfortabl am1 not too high priced for porch use. Price J55.00 Some Useful Presents for the Men ROLL TOP DESKS. For the business or professional man nothing would be more appreciated than a nice PvOll Top Desk. Price S42.50 CARD TABLES. Winter evenings, when the family gathers about the whist table, or when hubby plays solitaire, our Kelt Top, Golden Oak Folding Tables will prove both convenient and service-al'Ie- Price S7.50 POCKET KNIVES. Tid you ever stop to consider that to a man the Pocket Knife is a necessity? Present him with one of our finely tempered Steel Bladed, Pearl Handled Pocket Knives and dee his smile of satisfaction. Price S5.00 GUNS. Can you conceive of a more acceptable present for a man than a Remington Automatic 12-gauge Shotgun? 30.00 MORRIS CHAIRS. Give a man a Morris Chair, a cigar and his favorite bonk, and an explosion would not jar him. Price S20.00 SAFETY RAZORS. The busy man should own a Razor, and if he Is nervous it should be a Safety Razor, lest he cut himself. We recom mend the Star.'1 Price SI. 50 ELECTRIC READING LAMPS. For the student or for the office man or for the man who loves soft, restful light. Price S9.50 HSmyjr ELT D A RTT rV1 F MT On Monday, December 7th our Toy Dej-v."l:i nt will be formally opened and 3'ou are cordially invited to come and see what we have to offer you. Remem- Vr I Cm r Mil I I VI Cm IM 1 ber that our salespeople are polite and will e.clJud every courtesy whether you purchase or not. As toys are particularly interesting to the children, bring them with you and we will try to make the visit pleasant for both them and you. China Department It does not matter whether you want the cheapest porcelain or wish the daintiest china, we have it. Silverware and Cut Glass Department For some time we have been enlarging, improving and making this de partment thoroughly modern and up to date. We are read now to supply your regular or special Christmas wants and a comparison of our prices with those elsewhere will convince you that we are determin ed to get your business if quality on our part and economy on yours count for anything. Stove Department E IF YOU The stoves that are made of riveted boiler steel. That have the square ovens, 19 inches deep That are lined throughout with asbestos. That have the ad justable and interchangeable fire Imixcs and grates. That are absolutely and unqualifiedly guaranteed. HAVE NEVER USED A MOORE RANGES Ask Your Neighbor To $85.00 None of Our Merchandise Has Ever Been UsedWe Never Rent Any of Our Goods Stationery Department In this department will be found a full and complete line of stationer-, pens, inks, pencils and note books of all kinds, also pocket book, purses and other articles usually found in stationery stores. And prices which do not prevail elsewhere in Phoenix. Notion Department Did you know that we carry Notions in a separate department? This means that we have some notions. Originally, all our notions were dis played on one table and they consisted of odds and ends which we kept for the convenience of our lady patrons. Come m and see how that ta ble has grown and how those odds and ends have multiplied. ARIZONA'S REPRESENTATIVE FURNITURE HOUSE H DAWiOSOINI & COMPANY 22-24 W. WASHINGTON, PHOENIX, ARIZ. I ELKS' MEMORIAL SERVICES (Continued from Pace One) who lived unselfishly counting that hour in which th-y made anothed hap py fir ligl tened the bure'ens of their fellows the brightest of the whole day. If they erred in the small things we forgive them, f"r who of us has not mad"- some mistep. Erring Is not sin ful, but not to repent is blasphemy, and is defiance of every law that tends to elevute the morals of mankind. "Time relentless in its onward pace, always eager for the unborn morrow and restless to be done with the pres ent cannot take from us the pleasant memory of the years we have spent with those who have gone forever. Neither time nor man nor the struggle we make to rise higher and higher will rob us of the cherished remembrance of the help, the kindness and the si' liritinus guidance which came to us fpim those we now mourn so deeply. From each of them we have obtained inspiration, from each of them came words of cheer and words of advice that have spurred us on to greater d'-eds, filling our hearts with confidence in the goodness of our fellow man, causing us as they do to lead better lives better by far because they taught us to emulate their nobility of charity and to shun those things' in which they took no pleasure. "In this world of trial and tempta tion the true Klk needs no funeral eulogy or memorial, tribute. Their lives Successful Recipe For Indigestion It is seldom that a great spe cialist will give away the se crets of his profession, but oc casionally we find one who is more liberal. A noted specialist on stomach disorders, dyspepsia and appen dicitis says: "I always pre scribe the following with the greatest success, for indigestion, acute or chronic; dyspepsia, sour stomach, distress after eat ing, such as heart palpitation, shortness of breath, constipa tion, depression, headache and biliousness. These simple but powerfully blended ingredients can usually be obtained at any leading drug store, or the drug gist can obtain them from wholesale firms who supply the profession generally with rare extracts and essences. Mix in a liottle two ounces syrup of Ginger, one ounce Comp. essence Cardiol and two ounces essence of pepsin. Shake well and take one or two teaspoonfuls after each meal, or before, to exrf 'e the appetite, if necessary, i costiveiiess, a dose at night ifc" do much good. Let children who have stomachache take this freely. Adults can find nothing that will do so much permanent good and at the same time give projnpt relief from distress." stand out like blazing stars lighting the I horizon of our existence to guide our faltering footsteps through the night with its dark shadows, its forbidden deeds and its wordly wrongs, pointing us to .the narrow pathway all must tread if the conscience within us is to be at rest and given no cause for that inner castigation. which comes to all who fail to do unto others as they would that others should do unto them. "In business, in their homelife, in the pursuit of happiness and in their mo ments of greatest pleasure we can point with pardonable pride to their fairness and Justice, their respect for the rights of others, their desire to live clean, useful lives and their hatred of the dishonest and the mean. Well can ue say of them that they lived and taught fidelity, charity, justice and brotherly love. They were all members of our order w ho believed in these noble virtue, and believing in them won the esteem and love of all. Fidelity kept them true, charity made them gener ous, justice made them righteous and brotherly love kept them tender and kind. "Bound to us by fraternal ties, worthy of our highest regard, and- men in whom the sense of honor and in tegrity was strong we valued their friendship as a priceless gem of purest ray, and now treasure their memory as one of our richest heritages, in life we loved them, and In death we cherish the fond recollection of their noble manhood and their faithful perform ance of every duty. Behind each there remains the record of many touching Incidents, many happy days of broth erly companionship, anil far and above all this the realization that their pass ing from this life marked the breaking of a chain, every link of which was forged in the flames of truest friend ship. "Ufe to the average man may be fill ed with much darkness and little light, or it may be made up of much light and little darkness. To every man there come obstacles to surmount, chasms to be bridged, and long dusty stretches to cover on foot. Kadi is concerned with his own destiny, and unless unselfish rises to greater heights I by stepping first on the shoulders and then on the heads of his less fortunate competitors. In this wild scramble for fame and fortune when so much of the good is forced' aside and forgotten how noble it is to gather on such occasions 'as this to pay reverence to those whose I hands are now so still, and whose minds are no longer aching from the fierce struggle the world forces us to make to be one of the fittest and sirr vive. "These beautiful flowers, emblematic of the higher Ideals that actuate na ture in all its moods and phases, are laid at the tomb of our departed broth ers that they may know we can never forget. An Elk worthy of the. name is never forgotten, never forsaken; whether death has claimed him or an Ocean and a continent remove him he still remains enshrined in the heart of every brother. I "Twice rewarded is tho Elk who lives true to his obligation esteem and resiect here on earth and in that life to come peace and pleasant dreams. Worthy of the love and friendship of the most high is that man, who for gets no friends, punishes no enemy and leaves no suffering to mark the steps along his pathway. Life is sweet to those whose hearts are pure, whose minus are (lean and whose hands find joy in giving, helping or consoling. To resist the temptations set to trap the unwary takes courage and conviction. The reward of rising higher than the pitfalls, the snares and the nets of the world, which is always slow to applaud either honor or virtue, and never tardy to condemn the unfortunate, comes in the peace of one's own mind, and in the joy that follows right living. "No Elk who keeps in mind his obli gation, who never forgets his duty to himself and his neighbor, need ever fear that censure or scorn will come to mock or taunt him. "In deepest sympathy, we join with those nearer and dearer ones, who have been left behind, to long for the ab sent voice, the tender kindness, and the strong arm of our departed brothers. We ask that you permit us to share with you your grief and pain. Deep ar our grief may be, your's is deeper: high as our esteem may be, your's is higher: and much as we may miss them your loss is the greater. They have t;iine never to return, but your aching heart must feel the consolation that others, though not bound by ties of blood or marriage, still loved them well enough t( lay aside all else, to pay a full measure of respect and venera tion to the memory of our honored and beloved dead. "While we pay this tribute let us be ever mindful that the sands in the hour glass run fast. May we so live that when that last and final summons comes to still the beating of each neari, an win nave won as me cumwi achievement of years of Joy and sor row, toil and rest the peaceful reward beyond the grave which comes to those who have guided the faltering foot steps of the weary", borne the burdens if the weak, helped the unfortunate in their adversary, cherishing the good and forgetting the wrongs that have been done." Other musical selections given were a soprano solo, "Ave Maria" from Cav allieria Rusticana by Miss Anna Luke: a baritone solo, "How Long. ( Lord" bv Harry Weil; "La lteve" by the or chestra and "Nearer. My Cod, to Thee" I by the male quartettee. Te benediction I wa-s pronounced by Rev. Orviile Coats. NOTICE OF RESTORATION OF PUBLIC LANDS TO SETTLEMENT AND ENTRY. Xotice is hereby given that the Act ing S'-cretary of the Interior has vacat ed departmental order of withdrawal in so far as the same affects the with drawal for irrigation purposes under the act of June 17, 1902 (32 Stat., 3SS). for use in connection with the Salt River IToject, Arizona, of the follow ing described lands in the State of Arizona, and by his authority such of said tracts as have not been heretofore finally restored and are not otherwise withdrawn, reserved, or appropriated, will be subject to settlement under the public land laws of the United States on and after December 30, 19nS but" shall not be subject to entry, filing, or se lection until Januar- 29, 1909. at the United States land office at Phoenix, Arizona warning being expressly given that no person will be permitted to gain or exercise any right whatever under any settlement or occupation be gun after September 16. 1908. and prior to December 15, 198, all such settle ment or occupation being forbidden: C. & S R. P. M. T. 1 X., R 2 W., S i of SE. U. Sec. 28. FRED DEXXET, Commisrloner, General Land Office. FRANK PIERCE. First Assistant Secretary of the Interior. tea New York is too far from Japan; San Fran cisco is nearer. Tour crorer return! your monT II oa doat Ua Scbillini's Beit' mm pa bus. A I R D O M E TONIGHT HARRISON, WHISTLER AND IMITATOR. MATTHEWS, REVOLVING GLOBE ARTIST. NEW PICTURES AND SONGS. M THIRD AVENUE THEATRE Commencing THURSDAY, Dec. 10 THE CELEBRATED ATTRACTION , Morrie Blanche STOCK COMPANY Presenting Comic Scenic Productions. An ovation in permanent stock. Finest Vaudeville between the acts. A continuous performance. THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY MATINEE AND EVENING. The Gambler and the Girl Prices 20c, 30c and 50c. Elks' Theatre, Tues., Dec. 8 First Presentation Here Of the Play that has enthused more than 4,000,000 AMERICAN THEATER -GOERS. v $ t (3 C Mi mi-1 Now on It's 4th Record Breaking Tour THE "CLAWS MAN 35 Dramatized by THOMAS DIXON, Jr. From his two famous novels, "The Clansman" and "The Leopards's Spots." Direction of GEORGE H. BRENNAN. Seat Sale Dee. 5th, at Mortimer's. Prices $2.00 and $1.50: Boxes $15.00 and $14.00. DONOFIO Dramatic 7C Ensemble of 3 Original Xew York production, includ ing the famous Ku Klux Klan Cave Scene and troop of Cavalry Horses EXPRESSES HIMSELF ON IAS TIE AN ARTICLE EVERYONE SHOULD READ What will I send to Charlie, William, John, Henry, Joe. Mary. Esther or Alice, Sister, Brother, Father or Mother is the first thought that enters everybody's head at this time. It takes a lot of money to go around ordinarily but if you will take Donofrio's ad vice you will save a great deal and please them all beyond ex pression. Send them all a box of DONOFRIO'S CACTUS CANDY, the original, typical Arizona pro duct; a confection that is superior in quality and characteristic of this country, jut up In a handsome embossed box with a picture of the DESERT with forest of actus plants. Certainly a pleasing gift. Prices, 15c, 25c, 50c and $1.00, or we will mail them for you. gaug ing the time so they will arrive at the right moment for 25c. 40c, 75c and $1.50. This will allow parties living outside of the city to simply ft-nd us the money with Instructions! where they desire the candy sent and it will be carefully attended to. CACTUS CANDY is an Arizona product and will be appreciated a great deal more than if you sent an expensive present. It is pure and wholesome; children eat it like Mellin's Food. It is an excellent confection and something every one likes. The next thing comes to our mind is what will I give to my friends here? We can suggest a hundred things but the most appropriate. ESPECIALLY FOR THE YOUNG LADY, is a handsome box of good candy. We DONOFRIO ZUNKLE COMPANY Telephone Main 281 37-39 East Washington St. Phoenix, Arizona. CONTAINS VALUABLE SUGGESTIONS ON THE MAKING OF XMAS PRESENTS. have a large assortment of Boxes, Burnt Leather. Hand Painted, Silk and many other pretty varieties, all being just the thing for the dresser, as they can be utilized for collars, handkerchiefs. Jewelry or other things. FOR THE GENTLE MEN we have such articles as fancy boxes of candy that at first appearance look exactly like a box of cigars or cigarettes. These goods are rich and the best jokers out, great enjoyment and fun be ing received by making HIM a present of either. FOR THE CHILDREN we have hundreds of different articles from kittens to elephants, ranging in price from 5o up. XMAS TREE DECORATIONS. It will pay you to look over our immense line. $500 worth of im ported decorations. direct from Germany. FOR CHURCHES, a variety of mixed candies at differ ent prices. Let us tell you our prices before buving elsewhere. THE TEACHERS OF MARICOPA COUNTY are invited to make us a visit. We have an elegant line of Xmas goods, especially suited for your needs at especially attractive prices. MAIL ORDERS given extra attention at this time. Simply make known your wants. We will select it for you as well and better than you would. OUR XMAS CANDIES range in price from 15c to 30c per lb. Xuts from 15c to 20c. Xmas decorations 5c up. Artificial Xmas trees from 25c to $2.50. THE EXQUISITE CLEANLINESS OF OUR BAKE SHOP Appeals to particular housekeepers. Bread at 5 and 10 cents; delicious Dinner Rolls and Buns at 10 cents a dozen. Raspberry, Red Cherry and Gooseberry Tarts, 5c each. PHOENIX BAKERY & CONFECTIONERY. Est 1881. Edward Eisele, Prop. Phone M. 89. Sportsmens Headquarters A. W. GALPIN Sporting Goods for all Seasons 26 East Washington. SPORTING GOODS. Phoenix. Arizona.