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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY' MORNING, FEBRUARY 14, 1909.
6 PHOENIX IS NOT IN A DESERT "It is like none of 'the states' In appearance, in character, in behavior and cannot be Judged by eastern standards. You must get close to it to feel its charm. You will mot hear its call from a car window." From Geo. V.- Cowgill's introduction to the new book of Phoenix Views. This little book is Just the thing to send to your friends to show what this city is like. 14 nicely colored views of Orange Groves, Capitol, Carnegie Li brary", Palm Drive, Court House, Indian School, Irrigation Canal, School of Music. Every picture has a short printed description. Printed on fine plate paper. Boimd in dark green, with a picture of cactus and Camel Bat k on the cover. The price is 25c in an en velope ready to mail. Postage 2c, We'll fill your mail orders. POST OFFICE NEWS STORE 136 N. Center Street SPECTACLES SeyeglASSES These double-sight glasses are light, solid lenses, with perfectly even, un broken surfaces. They are inde structible except by breakage, and present no "lines" obstructive to sight and destructive to nerves. " DR. E. MUNSON OPTICIAN. Phoenix Arizona. It is seldom we find a luxury in a necessity. Pettid's Bread is both a luxuryand a necessity it has that sweet, nutty flavor that only pure ingredients can give. Guaranteed under the Food and Drugs Act, June 20, 1906. Serial No. 21467. Preparing Medicine FROM DOCTORS' PRESCRIP TIONS is not only our most important duty but it is also the work we most like to do; work in the excellence of which we take professional pride; - work to which we give most Intent en deavor. Will you entrust your Pre scriptions to our care? LARSON DRUG CO. N. W. Cor. Center and Wash ington Sts. Mail or phone us your orders. freight and Baggage carefully and quickly handled. Storage at reasonable rates. Pioneer and Consolidated Transfer and Storage Go. Baggage office, 11C North Center 8t Telephone Main 142. General office, 42 South Canter 8t Telephone Main 74. OLIVES RIPE AND GREEN. PUT UP UNDER FORMULA A8 FURNISHED BY GOVERN MENT EXPERIMENTAL STA TIONS AND COMPLY WITH REQUIREMENTS OF THE PURE FOOD LAW. A Pure Food GUARANTEED UNDER THE FOOD AND DRUGS ACT, JUNE SO, 1906. BY MUNGER BROS, COMPANY PHOENIX,' ARIZONA. MS- Ailments of Men Happily Overcome SUCCESSFULLY TRIED BY MANY. Undoubtedly the following pre scription will work wonders for that great class of men who, through dissipation of their natu ral strength, find themselves in their "second childhood" long be fore the three score and ten al lotted to life's pleasures and en joyments are reached. It is presumed to be infallible, nd highly efficient in quickly re storing in "nervous exhaustion," weak vitality, melancholia and the functions. First get fifty cents' worth of compound fluid halm wort in a one-ounce package, and three ounces syrup sarsaparllla com pound; take home, mix and let -stand two hours; then get one ounce compound essence cardiol and one ounce tincture cadoment' compound (not cardumon). Mix all in a six or eight ounce bottle, shako well, and take one tea spoonful after each meal and one when retiring, followed by a drink of water. By mixln it at home no man need be the wiser as to another's shortcomings, and expensive fees are avoided. Lack of poise and equilibrium in men is a constant source of embarrassment even when the public least suspects it. For the benefit of those who want a res toration to full, bounding health, and all the happiness accompany ing It. the above home treatment is given. It contains no opiates or habit-forming drugs whatever. Mix it at home and no one will be the wiser as to your ailiic tion. I I I I I Mil 1 11 I I I'M MM M I Of Local Interest 1 1 n m 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 ! 1 1- EUCHER PARTY The ladies of the Catholic church will give a euchre party and musical entertainment at St. Anthony's hall Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. RAILROAD MAN HERE ON BUSI NESS. C. Haydock, commercial agent of the Illinois Central railroad, with headquarters in Los Angeles, is a busi ness visitors in the city. ARRIVED FROM CHICAGO D. E. Callahan arrived in Phoenix yesterday from Chicago, after an absence of a year. Mr. Callahan says he Is delight ed to be back in town again and hopes to remain here this time. PYTHIAN SISTERS DANCES The annual St. Valentine's ball of the Pythian Sisters will be held on Mon day evening, February 15, in Melczer's hall, all arrangements having been perfected1 In splendid time. The same order will hold its anniversary recep tion and ball on March 12. THE SCHOOL LAND CLAUSE Roy S. Goodrich left lat night for Wash ington to watch the course of the statehood M!l in tne senate. The spe cial purpose om Mr. Gofdiich's frrand is to see fat the clause rclatiag to the rtlspc si'ior. of school lands is re tained in the bill. TRINITY CHURCH Sen-ices will be held today. Sexageslna Sunday, in Trinity church. South Second avenue, the Rev. Bertrand R- Cocks, curate in charge, as follows: Kindergarten and Sunday school at 10 o'clock; morning prayer and sermon at 11 o'clock. Serv ice in Temne at 3:30 o'clock. I. O. G. T. The I. O. G. T. will meet Monday night in the Lamson hall. A feature of the meeting will be a pound social. Bach member is requested to bring a pound of something good to eat and if all comply there should be a very stimulating luncheon for the members. The lodge la prospering and growing in numbers. LATTER DAY SAINTS The Re 7 organized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints will hold Sunday services as follows: Treaching in the plaza at the city hall at 1 p. m.; Sab bath school at the residence of Will S. Pender. 918 East Monroe street, at 3 p. m.; preaching at 4 p. m. The pub lic is cordially invited to these meet ings. MOTORCYCLE RUN On Sunday, the 21st, at the Phoenix Motorcycle club, will take place one of the first runs of the season to Roosevelt, and all members of the, club are requested to go along. Everyone owning a ma chine who is not a member is ?.lso very welcome to take the trip with the new club. J. H. Lane; the secretary of the organization, says at least thirty ma chines are expected to go to the dam. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE The First Church of Christ, Scientist, postofflce building, entrance on Monroe street. Morning servise at 11 a. m. Subject of lesson-sermon, "Soul." Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Wednesday even ing meeting at 7:45. Reading rooms open daily to the public will be found daily at the same address where all authorized Christion Science literature may be purchased. Visitors are wel come. LOSS OF BARK Yesterday after noon Bob Glllinder was presented with a fine Havana cigar by a friend on Center street, and immediately pro- We are showing an elegant line of society stationery. We also engrave visiting cards, wed d i n g invitations and announce ments. THE McNEIL CO. OFFICE OUTFITTERS. ceeded to light it in front of the Hoff man cigar stand, while his friend re mained In the shadow of a neighboring doorway. After smoking an inch of the weed it exploded, taking all the skin off the end of his nose. The cigar was ten feet away and blown into little bits. Mr. Glllinder is looking' for. his friend to thank him i'or the present. FIRST BAPTIST CHoKCH Corner Third avenue and Monroe street Pastor, Orvllle Coats; residence. 2142" West Adams street Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Morning sub ject, "God's Promises and Man's Prayers." Offertory solo by Mr. Earl Hill. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Baracca class for young men, and Philathea class for young women. Junior Union at 3 p. m. Baptist Young People's Union at 6:30 p. m. Evangelistic topic at 7:30 by the pastor. Special evangelistic services will begin on Wednesday afternoon at i o'clock under the leadership of Dr. A. C. Dixon of Chicago. Services will be held every day except Satur days in the auditorium of the church at 3 and 7:30 p. m., and in the Elks' theater on Sundays at the same hours during Dr. Dixon's stay. The after noon services will be of special in terest to church members and a gen eral Invitation is extended to the Christian people of Phoenix to avail themselves of these opportunities of hearing one of the foremost Bible students. The evening services will be distinctly evangelistic in charac ter and church members desiring' to attend them are earnestly ' requested to bring with them their neighbors and friends who would find personal blessing through the message of Dr. Dixon. AT YOUR SERVICE With lines of Foot wear gathered from the best productions of the foremost Shoe Manu facturers of the coun try, we stand ready to supply every Footwear want of the individual or family. Our prices, you'll pay with pleas ure. Shoes you can trust from a Shoe House you can trust. Our time is all yours, take what you want of it, whenever .you wish to look. H. A. D1EKL SHOE COMPANY 8 "W. Washington St. SOUVENIR COLLECTORS, BE WARE. The Pan American Ostrich Company has been annoyed for some time past by visitors and others who have made a practice of pulling feath ers from the birds. There have geen visitors at the farm who "ive thought nothing of pulling a a:her 1-rom a bird and concealing it ijcneath their coats as a sort of souvenir of the visit. That the feathers are worth anywhere from J5 to J25 does not seem to have made any difference with these sou venir collectors. The particular bit of mischief that has aroused the officers of the company happened last Satur day. Five or six young men, who had apparently Just returned from a hunt ing trip, walked around the fence and pulled out feathers from all the birds within reach. D. D. Horning, super intendent of the farm, has offered a reward of $25 for the arrest and con viction of any members of this party. In addition a reward of $25 has been offered by the company for the ar rest and conviction of any one found stealing feathers from the blrd3. CAPITAL QUICKLY SECURED. We will finance established Indus trial and railroad propositions; capital furnished for new enterprises. Active and inactive mining companies financ ed, mining properties incorporated and floated. P. O. BOX 203", X. Y. REWARD. The Arizona Ostrich Breeders As sociation hereby offers a reward of Twenty-Five Dollars ($25) for the ar rest and conviction of any person who unlawfully removes In any manner, feather or feathers from any bird be longing to any member of this asso ciation. H. J. McCLUXG, President. VERXOX L. CLARK. Secretary. PRESIDENT'S RETURN His Long-Journey to Make a Twenty Minute Speech. Washington, D. C, Feb. 13. After a railroad Journey of 850 miles in each, direction, taken for the purpose of making a twenty-minute's speech on the occasion of the laying of the cor nerstone of the memorial building on the site in LaRue county, Kentucky, of the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln, President Roosevelt and wife and daughter returned to Washington this afternoon. The trip consumed Just fifty hours. The return trip was practically with out incident, the most interesting event being a brief speech to railroad em ployes at Harrlsburg, Pa. In this ad dress, which lasted little more than a minute, the president spoke of the rail road man as a model type of American citizenship, and said that because of his alertness, self reliance and wil lingness to obey orders, he was Just the sort of a man that would be most useful In the case of another war, which, however, he hoped would never occur. , FROM LINCOLN MEMORIAL mi 18-20 W. Washington St. NOW cause THE HUB is showing a com plete line of the new "Benjamin Clothes," embracing all the season's styles in the very latest cloths and patterns. Made up just like your own tailor would do it.1 It is worth your while to come in and see the largest and most perfectly tailored line of SPRIGHTLY SPRING APPAREL for men ever shown in Arizona. If it's correct wear for men you'll find it at THE HUB. m 'LassT M?)&J!m&i!MA fMJi HARNESS AND SAD DLERY GOODS, SIL VER BITS AND SPURS, LEATHER NOVELTIES AND HAIR GOODS. WE HAVE SOME CHOICE NAVAJO RUGS, LARGE AND SMALL SIZES, AT REASONA BLE PRICES. N. PORTER SADDLE AND HARNESS CO. SPURS AND BITS. 40 West Washington St. Telephone Red 131. . "THE SEED HOUSE OF THE SOUTHWEST." Send for 150-page catalogue. AGGELER & MUSSER SEED CO. 113-15 No. Main Street,. Los Angeles, Calif. THE LAW OAY SESSION OF THE DISTRICT COURT The only Interesting matter before the district court yesterday was a decision by Judge Kent with refer ence to homestead rights, a matter which has been in confusion on ac count of two statutes bearing upon that subject and which it has been the practice of attorneys to read to gether. This question came up in the mat ter of the estate of Amos Dye, in which the widow had applied to have her homestead right recognized as against her minor children. Her petition was filed under the section which provides that when a home stead has been selected by either husband or wife, on the death of either, the property goes to the sur vivor intact. Objection was made in this case I that there had been no selection, no declaration by the husband under the j circumstances elsewhere described and that therefore the property would have to be divided among the wife and the heirs, as the law directs. In the case of Annie K. Hadsell against B. A. Hadsell, the plaintiff's motion, for temporary alimony, was denied. In the matter of I. Krasne against the Home Fire Insurance company of Phoenix a demurrer was submitted. The suit of J. L. Gant against W. W. Bruner and others was dismissed on :ie motion of the plaintiff. A divorce was granted Ed ward Rudolph from Ella Rudolph on the , ground of desertion. On the grounds of abandonment and failure to support, Ramona Robles was granted a decree in her suit against Simon Robles. Fortune Telling Does not take into consideration the one an happiness womanly health. The woman who neglects her health is neglecting the very foundation of all good fortune. For without health love loses its lustre and gold is but dross. Womanly health when lost or impaired may generally be regained by the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Thla Prescription ha, tor over no year, been caring delicate, weak, pala-wrackett women, by the hundred of thooeaads mnd thla too In the privacy of their homea without their harlot to aabmlt to IndelU care aueatlonlat and ottenatvely repui' nant examination. Sick women are invited to consult Dr. Pierce by letter frtt. au correspondence held as sacredly confidential. Address World's Dispensary a Medical Association, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y. .,Df.' V?B G,EAT Family Docroa Boox, The People's Common Sense t1 Medical Adviser, newly revised up-to-date edition 1000 pages, answers i : FUun Englub hosts of delicate questions which every woman, single or married, ought to know about. Sent free, in plain wrapper to any address on receipt of Zl one-cent stamps to cover mailing only, or in cloth binding for 31 .tamps. is the best time to se lect the suit that will please vou .best, be jsT' iljPCil fAm& fteU mjU wsIrhM I'llHIUIHIHUMMIMIIII' STATIONERY T We are headquarters In Phoe- A fnix for Whiting's, Eaton-Hul- T hurt's, Berlin, etc, both in Pa- I T petrles and Tableta, Many ex- X elusive pretty shades and pure T T wniies. T A good Waterman's Fountain Z. T Pen never comes amiss when T J writing. In these pens we can r T please you. CHAIN'S I STATIONERY AND NEWS CO. I 11-13 N. Center St. Phone Blsok 1071. That's What They All Say People entering our store remark how good it smells in here. There Is a reason. It Is the aroma from the fine coffees we handle. We have it to satisfy the paiates as well as the purse. Our leaders: 25c grade is a winner. 35c grade not equalled for the price. 50c grade has no competitor. Coffee from 20c to 50c per lb. Remember Quality Counts. Valley Tea & Coffee House 131 N. Center St FILIGREE JEWELRY. We manufacture, sell and repair all kinds of Watches and Jewelry. Come and see us. Prices reasonable. NAMNAM & BRO. 213 E. Wash. St.. Phoenix. LLIN01S PICNIC . THE NEXT HOLIDAY Program For the State Celebration On Washington s Birthday. Arrangements are practically com pleted for the Illinois picnic to be held at the Indian school on Febru ary 22, under the auspices of the Illi nois society. It is certain the occa sion will be a success and It is ex pected there will be at least 500 peo ple in attendance. The ladies com mittee and the gentlemen's committee on reception will be announced later. Following is the program as it is arranged todate and it is believed no changes will be necessary: Meet at Indian school grounds at 10 a, m. Dinner at 1 p .m. .- After dinner program In the Chppel. Song, America Audience Address, "George Washington Dwight B. Heard Address, "Abraham Lincoln Wiley E. Jones Song, Illinois Audi-nce Address, "Washington and Lincoln as Christian Gentlemen" Rev. Dr. Wilkinson Address, "Illinois and Arizona" .... Wm. A. Giles Song, Columbia " The Gem of the Ocean Aud'ence Address, "The New Chicago" A. C. Bart'.ett Address, "Lincoln the Boy and Lawyer" D. H. Plnney Recitation Miss Ruth Wiluon Song, "Got Be With You 'Till We . Meet Again" Audience All speeches will be limited to ten minutes. essential to wom Jj ru-Ltin.ri.rLn.rin nn.iL mji.i uLfLnrxnon EDISON AND VICTOR February Records Our stock of these Is complete and we would be pleased to play them ovr for you. It Is quality that counts. The Edison and Vic tor embody the highest that can be put into sound-reproducing records. Miller-Sterling Company 9-11 East Washington St. SARGENT'S "HARDWARE OF QUALITY" you will insure an artistic as well as a lasting fin ish at no more cost than the ordinary kind. Our experience and stock are at your disposal. We are showing a wide range of designs suitable for buildings of every description. Let us figure with you on that next job. There is money in it for both of us, TALBOT & HUBBARD a a a i Va a vj w ww w w w w m mumumwumxa TamaamaaaawaaaamamaammaaaaamaawaawlP H 'M-M-K I H H"H"M I I I 11 I H; Something Xew, Souvenir i View Book of Phoenix Printed in colors. I It is by far the best t yet published. Price 2 25 cents. f BerryhillsBigBookStore J "The Thirsty Man's Retreat." MM 1 I I I I I I 1 1' Mil it II III ! There are no ROTTEN Apples in our barrels. We handle onlv first class GROCERIES Give us one trial or der and we will con vince you. Wetzler's Gash Grocery 35 West Washington Street. Remember our phone number is MAIN 259. Patronize Home In lustry. Help me, and save money, too, by buying your Trunk, Suit Case or Bag of us. Old Trunks taken in ex chance. PHOENIX TRUNK FACTORY. 433 W. Washington St.. Tel. Red 6394. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES. ARIZONA ELECTRIC COMPANY. V. R. NORRIS, PROP. TEL. BLACK 8534. 41 8. 1ST AVE. ..;;l,.;lliilli, , ; ; ,;, i ; h - M - H OUR STOCK OF WATCHES was never more complete than it is today. 4 Let us show vou. ay F. A. HILDERBRAN & COMPANY 11 1 11 1 1 I I I "M "H"H'i 1111M1 l i'1 11 11 U 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 I V 1 1 1 11 1 1 .iiju 1 1 1. -inririri-i " WHEN building that new home do not overlook that most important detail, the hardware. Poor hardware has marred many an otherwise good house. By specifying DRAW HER STILL CLOSER by presenting her with a hand some engagement ring. We have them at all prices and in many styles and settings. But no mat ter how little you pay us we guarantee the quality of the Jew elry sold here. Come and be as sured of the best quality your money will purchase anywhere, ' with beauty added in. ( and ( East Washington St. FASHION BARBER SHOP. Go to the Fashion Barber Shop whei visiting city. Lewis & Noble, Props. 43 W. Washington St, lor a nea hair cut. shave, plain bath, salt rub alcohol rub, body massage, electrh body massage, by- Masseur John B Lewis. WHAT MONEY WILL DO AT D. W. Williams Grocery Go No. 42 No. 1st Ave. 16 lbs. Beet Sugar for. -S1.00 io lbs. Cane Sugar for.. 1.00 3 cans any kind of Lye....25 Columbian Pie Pumpkin, can 15 Gallon can Pie Pumpkin, 4o Gal. can Pie Blackberries 50 GaL can Pie Peaches 50 Gallon can Pie Apricots... 4o Gallon can Pie Apples -lo Armour's Pork and Beans. can 10 Vancamp's Pork and Beans, can .-10 Fresh Ranch Eggs, per doz. 30 If you want it quick Phone Main 173. 1 Prank J. O'Brien BROKER. Twcson, Branches in Fhoenlx and No gales. Stocks, Bonds and Produce. Private Leased . Wire to all Exchanges. R. D. HIGHTOWER, Manaaer, Phoenix Office. Phone Main 232. Hotel Adams. Great Care exercised by skilled w orkmen in all depart ments is the reason our patrons " are satisfied. Our services will please you. Troy Laundry 215 W. Jeff. St. Phone Main 159. - H1 1111 t 1 1111111111111111'