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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 20, 1909.
WE ARE THE EXCLUSIVE AGENTS 'the wonder washer Here are 33. reasons why yoii should toy one: a 1. It is the lightest. WeigHs but 25 pounds. . 2. It is the neatest. 3. It Is the cleanest. 4 It is the simplest. 5. It -Js the easiest It is the most compact -7. It washes three times faster than - the fastest of any other make. -8. It gets" the streaks out In less thap -' - a minute. 9. It uses four processes at once. 10. It has the largest diameter of agi tator. 11. Warranted to do more work, better- work; with less labor than any other washer. 12 It will not shrink and go to staves, or swell up and burst hoops. 13. It has high moulding, preventing all - . slop. 14. It will wash one article at a time or a whole tub full. . It washes the dirtiest places fastest t. It is entirely free from oil and grease. ?. It Is free from noise and rattle. W. It is free from lost motion. T9. It has high wringer board. 20. It can t used with tne bench - wringer.' 21. It has automatic adjustments. 22. You can set it on the stove and boll water in it. 23. Agitator frame and handle is In one . piece. 24. Tub and stoll nest together; when - not in use can be put under the table or hung up on the wall. 25. There - are no heavy and cumber v .some castings so objectionable to other machines. 26. No cogs or gearings. 27. No chance for accidents or pinched fingers. 28. It does away with the drudgery and backaches on wash day. 29. It Is the most durable. 30. It has as large capacity as any oth er, though its neatness and compactness make it look small. 31. Least steam and slop. 32. Applies suction to rotary motion for first time. 33. Splash plates cause automatic recoil - .- of both water and clothes, mak- - i"6 motion of agitator easy. PRICE $9.75. C. H. DAVIDSON & CO. 22-2 W,, Washington St, Phoenix. Ariz. - WARNING. ' A neglected eye strain, be it ever so little, keeps growing until some times it ends in a huge trouble. When you discover what it is, stop it by means of proper glasses our kind- --- DR. E.. MUNSON OPTICIAN. Phoenix Arizona, GOOD FOR DYSPEPSIA. Relief obtained by eating our Graham Brown Bread Fresh- or Toasted, will agree with the most delicate stomach and give strength to the sick. Made of whole wheat flour. HOME BAKING CO. GoodToothBnishes T You cannot find a Bingle Tooth Brush in all our stock which " is not a good brush. We guarantee every Tooth Brush we sell to give satisfac tion. If one should pass our examination with some flaw undetected, we ask you as a personal favor to bring it back and either let us give you a neTv one or return your money.' N.W. Cor. Center & Wash. Sts. Phone or mail U3 your orders. LARSON DRUG CO. N. W. Cor. Center and With " ington Sts. : Phone or mail us your orders. Filigree jewelry.- We manufacture, sell and repair all kinds of" Watches and Jewelry.- Come and eee us. Prices reasonable. ' NAMNAM & BRO. 213 E. Wash. St- Phoenix. Olives RIPE AND GREEN. PUT UP UNDER FORMULA A3 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; itt6. ' - " 1Y HUNGER BROS. COMPANY PHOENIX, ARIZONA. 1 1 1 1 1 1 U 1 1 II 1 1 1 1M1H II 1 Daily Weather Report J T . Local Daily Waathar Raport for Tha Arizona Republican. T Forecast for today Fair. Data for 24 hour eriOwg 6:30 T p. m. yesterday: :r, e-.su a.m. p.m. J Barometer, inches 29.99 9.87 X Temperature, degrees.45 70 r Dew point, degrees.. 32 SI Humidity, per cent.. 60 23 Wind direction E W T Wind velocity, miles 6 3 1 X Rainfall, inches 0 0 T .Weather Clear. Partly cloudy. T Mean daily humidity 42 Mean daily temperature 58 4. Highest temperature 74 T Lowest temperature 43 I A Total daily rainfall 0 Accumulated excess in tern- X X perature since January 1, 184 grees. f Accumulated deficiency In X rainfall since January 1, 1.40 4 T inches. DAVID R. MORRIS, Acting Section Director. Mar0'M I I 1 II II 1 I I 1 ! iiiimiiiiinnmnni J Of Local Interest j 1 I 1 I t llllllll 1 1 1 HKHHl I WIFE BEATER F. Salazar. a Mex ican, was given ten days in the city Jail yesterday for beating his wife. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Corner Fifth avenue and Monroe street. Sun day school, 9:45 a. m., J. M. Stewart, superintendent; 11, sermon, "The' Three Dispensations;" 6:30 p. m, C E. prayer meeting; 7:30, sermon theme, "Sources of Faith." DAVIS-BESSE Buena Davis and Miss Besse were married Tuesday evening at 6 o'clock at the home of Charlie Besse, the brother of the bride. 421 East Monroe street. Probate Judge . Phillips performed the cere mony. Only members of the family were present at the wedding. The young couple will begin housekeeping on North Fourth avenue. SUIT OF CLOTHES RECOVERED A Mexican who was trying to sell a suit of clothes was arrested yesterday by the police. The clothes were per fectly new and would probably fit a boy of 13 or 14. This man 'served a sentence for grand larceny In 103 and It is thought that he has robbed some store here. If any merchant is minus any clothing it would be advisable to call on Marshal Moore. SPEED LIMIT Several complaints have been turned in at the police sta tion lately regarding the-spewed with which the local automobilists rush through the main streets of the city, and in future the machines will be tfmed by the officers. Anyone exceed ing the eight mile speed limit will be arrested and fined. Marshal Moore is in hope of being able to catch up with these lawbreakers more easily as soon as the city council decides to supply him with a motorcycle and speedo meter. MENTAL SCIENCE LECTURES Professor M. F. Knox of Seattle has arranged for a series of free lectures to be given in what has been known heretofore as the Rogers auction room, No. 24 West Jfcfferson street -The lectures wUl set forth the virtues of mental science as taught by the doctor, who proposes to organize classes for instruction during his stay here. He has been in Roosevelt for some time, but will arrive here to day and has secured apartments at the Hotel Fairmount, opposite the courthouse. DR. BOURS BUYS ANOTHER RANCH Dr. T. Robinson Bours of Milwaukee and his mother, Mrs. A. L. Bours, of Detroit, who have been in Phoenix for several weeks, re turned east last night. The doctor will accompany his mother as far as Chicago. Dr. Bours, while here, demonstrated his faith in the valley by purchasing another ranch. While here last summer he bought a forty acre ranch and has- just added an other to his holdings. Dr. Bours will eventually make his home on one of the ranches. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Services tomorrow, February 21, will be aa follows: Sunday schoo.l 9:45 a. m. Morning worship, 11 o'clock. Sermon bv the pastor. Rev. Henry Martyn Campbell, theme, "Christ's Last Command." Anthem, "Seek Ye the Ird" (Roberts); offertory solo by Mrs. Hughes, "Callest Thou Thus, Oh, Master?" (MiCtzk.i.) Junior Endeavor, 3 p. m. T. P. S. C. E. prayer meeting, 6:30 p. m. On account of the Dixon meetings there will be no evening service in this church and the mem- ! bers of the congregaion are asked to join in the service at the Elks' theater. WILL YOD i INCORPORATE Then See Us for Lithographed Stock Certificates, Seals, Etc. THE McNEIL CO. OFFICE OUTFITTERS. . where Dr. Dixon will speak at that hour. FIRST M. E. CHURCH For the last three weeks a series of special meetings has' been held; in the First Methodist church, resulting in some sixty or seventy conversions. Tomor row will be what is known in the church as "in-gathering day," when some of these people will be received into full church connection, some on profession of faith and some by let ter. Others wiH be organized into a probationers' class. At this service there will be the baptism of children and of candidates for church mem bership. Sunday ntght at 7:30 o'clock several Chinese boys will be received into the church. There will be spe cial music at each service. FORTY-THREE DEGREES BE LOW ZERO TO SEVENTY-THREE ABOVE Mrs. F. M. McKeynolds anu Miss Helen McReynolds of Mosinou, Wis., arrived in Phoenix yesterday in Phoenix for a stay of several months. On her way frofn the train to a hotel, Miss McReynolds lost her gold watch. It was fastened to her dress by a fob, and probably became loose and fell to the walk. When Mrs. McReynolds and her daughter left their Wisconsin home, which Is in the northern part of the state, the thermometer was 12 degrees be low zero. A few days before the temperature was 42 degrees below, but the weather grew milder till 12 below was reached. Mrs. McReynoh said that the trip to Phoenix was like changing from the depths of winter to the middle summer in the short space of six days. DYER WHITE SALE The annual Dyer White Sale of the New York store will begin this morning and will last probably all next week. This sale is a "fixed festival" with the New York store,- having been observed for several years past. The sales are con ducted all over the country under the direction of Mr. Dyer, a notable manu facturer of white goods, and who deals through one leading flrrfl In each of the large cities. The sale covers Just what the name indicates, white goods of all kinds, both cotton and woolen yardage, ready made garments, such as ladies' muslin umJerwear, also laces. embroideries and, in fact, everything white to be found in the store. Last year's s&le was a remarkable one and there is no reason for expecting this year's sale will be less so. On pages 4 and 5 in the second section of this issue will be found the display adver tisement of the New York store, giving In a general way the details of the Dyer White Sale. 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 . Ilouse you can trust. Our tune is all yours, take what you want of it, whenever you wish to look. HJ.DIEHL SHOE COMPANY 8 W. Washington St. Y. M. C. A. SECRETARY HERE C. L. Gates, field secretary of the inter national committee of the Y. M. C. A., arrived here Thursday en route to Dallas, Tex., where he is going to par ticipate in the dedication of a Y. M. C. A. building. Mr. Gates conferred yesterday for a couple of hours with Clinton Campbell, the contractor for the new building, and in the afternoon held a long conference with the build ing committee. It was announced last evening that the prospects for a build ing were never more bright, and It Is expected things will begin to move at once. TANNER CHAPEL, A. M. E. CHURCH Corner Second and Jeffer son streets. Rev. H. Franklin Bray, pastor; residence, 113 South Second street Sunday services: 10:30 a. m., praise services, Mrs. P. M. Maxfield, leader; 11, preaching, subject, "Hith erto the Lord Has Led Us;" 12 m., class meeting; 2 p. m., Sabbath school. Miss Ardmore Lewis, superin tendent; 3:30,Young People's Forum, Frank Shirley, president; special ad dress by William Crump on the life of B. K. Bruce. Miss Yedda Smith will recite. At 6:30, Christian En deavor, Miss' Irene Cook, president; 7:30, preaching, subject, "Why God Does Not Kill the Devil." By special request the pastor will answer the question at 7:30 "Why God Does Not Kill the Devil." It will be a treat to hear Mr. Crump on the life of B. K. Bruce, and it is expected that the church will be crowded at 3:30 p. m. It will be no less a treat to hear Miss Yedda Smith, the talented elo cutionist. BUTLER-CULLOM The marriage of Marian Cullom to T. B. Butler oc curred last night at the home of Mr. Wilcox on North Third street. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Or ville Coats. This wedding is the cul mination of a very pretty little ro mance that started seven year$ ago in Nashville, Tenn. Like Jacob of old, Mr. Butler waited and worked for his bride, whose home was in Waco, Tex. It was while on a visit to Nashville that the two met and, although there were many duties and obstacles to be overcome, they remained steadfast to their love, and now comes the happy Whatever is Newest and Most Correct for Men is Sure to Be Seen First at The Hub $37.50 A SUIT is the Avay we have priced a splendid loC of specially se lected new -S p r i ng "B e n j am i n Clothes," just opened. They are the exquisite new shades in gray and new weaves in blacks, blues and mixed "col ors. The best to be had in tailoring and fabrics; ' correct styles made in New York. ' '.r Dunlap Hats. Manhattan Shirts. Stetson Shoes. 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. 8PUR3 AND BITS. 40 West Washington St Talaphona Red 131. ending to the little life drama. Miss Cullom arrived In Maricopa yesterday morning and was met by Mr. Butler. They came on to Phoenix to the home of friends, where the Rev. Dr. Coats performed the ceremony at 6 o'clock After a wedding supper and congratu lations, the happy couple drove to AI hambra, where tire groom has rented and furnished a pretty "little home. Mr. Butler has been a resident of Phoenix for several years, making many friends, who wish him all pros perity in his new life. BETTER ACTION AT THE THIRD AVENUE Duo credit should be given the Sfreerer-Bryan company for the presentation last ' night of the re nowned "Uncle Tom's Cabin." They certainly made a few improvements in the action of the piece as well as in the rendering of the lines. The plan tation scene last night was particu larly pleasing, the negroes singing and dancing in a much more at-home man ner. The first night is admittedly hard, as a rule, particularly when two bills a week are the order, and that may account for the vast improvement last night. Tonight and the matinee this afternoon will see "Uncle Tom" holding the boards and on Sunday evening a drawing-room play will be givenl It is known as "A Woman of Society." ILLINOIS SOCIETY The Illinois Society of Arizona will hold their an nual picnic at the Indian school on Monday, February 22. All persons from Illinois, whether visitors or per manent residents, are cordially invited. A reception will be held, beginning at 10 o'clock. Dinner will be spread on the lawn. All should bring their own eatables, but coffee, sugar and cream will be furnished by the committee. An interesting program has been prepared for the afternoon. An attendance of several hundred Illinoisans is expected. CLEAR STREETS Most of the blacksmiths and liveryman have been requested by the police to keep the streets clear of all vehicles in front of their places of business. Other No Man is Stronger Than His Stomach A strong man is strong all over. . No man can be strong who is suffering from weak stomaoh with its consequent indigestion, or from some -other disease of the stomach and its associated organs, which im pairs digestion and nutrition. For when the stomach is weak or diseased there is a loss of the nutrition contained in food, which is the source of all physical strength. When a man " doesn't feel just right," when he doesn't sleen well, ha an iinnnmfnrtnhla feeling in the stomach after eatingjs languid, nervous, irritable and despond ent, he is losing the nutrition needed to make strength. Sue a man should use Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Vlscowerr. It cores diseases of the stomach" and other organs of digestion and nutrition, it enriches the blood. Invigorates the liver, strengthens the kidneys, nourishes the nerves, and so GIVES HEALTH 2UtO STRENGTH TO THE WHOLE BODY. r You can't afford to accept a secret nostrum as substitute for this non alcoholic medicine of known composition, not even though the urgent dealer may thereby make a little bigger pro6t. Ingredients printed on wrapper. WtlH'WH'WHiH HUH I' Carter's celebrated Typewriter T T Ribbons and Carbons are the best in the market. Give them 2 Z a. trial. Also have Carter's Inks, Fluids, Paste and Mucilage, at CRAM'S I STATIONERY AND NEWS CO. X 11-13' N. Center St. Phone Black 8071. That's What They All Say People entering our ''store remark how good it smells in here. There is a reason. It 1 the aroma from the fine coffees we handle. We have it to satisfy the palates as well as the purse. Our leaders: 25c grade is 1 winner. 35c grade not equalled for the price. 50c grade has no competitor. Coffee from 20c to 90c per lb. Remember Quality Counts. Valley Tea & Coffee House 131 N. Center St business men are also asked to keep the sidewalks and streets as free from obstructions as is possible. FUNERAL THIS AFTERNOON The funeral of Mrs. Lorenzo Bull Rol and will be held at the undertaking parlors of Mohn & Drlscoll at 3 o'clock this afternoon. The body was not taken east yesterday, as was at first considered, but will be a little later. SUPERVISORS' REPORT According to the annual report of the clerk of tho board of supevlsors which has just been published, the total valua tion of property in Maricopa county for the year 1908 is $14,264,755.53. In this amount is included 125,000 acres of cultivated land, valued at $3,750,000, with improvements valued, at $632,540. It also includes 170,236 acres of land not under cultivation, on which a value of $948,275 is placed. In the assets of the county are 1534 os triches valued at $76,700-; 22,813 cattle worth $233,130; 17,558 sheep worth $43,895; and 105 . miles of railroad worth $1,190,666.32. Property exempt from taxation, such as the capitol and grounds, the asylum and Normal school, ore estimated at $750,000. Claims allowed during the fiscal year ending Dec. 31 are: County funds. $152,983.25; county officers, $56,025.60; district ' court expenses, $10,041.95; court house and park maintenance, $8,933.16; miscellaneous county ex penses, $10,76k27; health department, $16,698.12; elections, $4,941.15; Justices of the peace, $6,707.34; constables and interpreters, $7,021.45; road districts, $31,853.21.' KILLED BY CAVE-IN. Angels, Calif., Feb. 19. Widle work ing in a cross shaft of the famous Utica mine, J. Rositza, M. Masllchl and A. Covajari were killed and C. fJluvrich was injured today. ' The njen were getting ready to eat lunch, when a cave-in occurred on the 700-foot level. Tons of rock fell on ' the men, whose bodies cannot be recovered for many days. White Wood A large shipment of White Wood has Just been received from the cast and we are now offering a great variety of beautiful and useful articles which will interest all lovers of pyrography, - Pieces that are new and unique. Don't forget that we frame pictures correctly. Have you seen our Washington Birthday Post Cards? THE STORE THAT CARRIES THE STOCK. Miller-Sterling Company w VfllliiMLy SARGENT'S "HARDWARE OF. QUALITY" you will insure an artistic ns 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 Bt every description. Let us figure with you on that next job. There is money in it for both of us. TALBOT & HUBBARD Hardware .Store TENNIS, GOLF AND i BASEBALL GOODS, i f A good, new, clean i stock in. Sec us first. BerryhillsBigBookStore l I "The Thirsty Man's Retreat." 1 1 1 tin 1 1 i-H n i n h 1 ! Our stock of local and Cali fornia FRUITS and VEGETABLES is always fresh. We receive daily shipments. Phone us your orders. We have a prompt delivery service. Wetzler's Cash Grocery 35 West Washington Street Remember our phone number is MAIN 259. Patronize Home In lustry. Help me, and save money, too, , b y buying 7001 Trunk, suit case or Bag of us. Old Trunks taken in ex change. PHOENIX TRUNK FACTORY. 433 W. Washington St.. Tel. Red 8394. m rem s ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES. ARIZONA ELECTRIC COMPANY. V. R. NORRIS, PROP. TEL- BLACK 8534. - 41 8. 1ST AVE. OUR STOCK OF- WATCHES was never more complete than it is today. ' Let us show you. t F. A. HILDERBRAN& COMPANY f 1 '11 1 1 1 l i t 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 Ml for Burning 11.LJN- building tnat 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. S and 8 East Washington St FASHION BARBER SHOP. Go to the Fashion Barber Shop when visiting city. Lewis &' Noble, Props.. 43 W. Washington St.- ror a neat hair cut shave, plain bath, salt rub, alcohol rub, body massage, electric body massage, by Masseur John E Lewis. WHAT MONEY "WILL DO AT D.W. Williams Grocery Go No. 42 No. 1st Ave. 16 lbs. Beet. Sugar for.. SI. 00 15 lbs. Cane Sugar for.. 1.00 -3 cans any kind of Lye...-2oJ Columbian Pie Pumpkin, can 15 Gallon can Pie Pumpkin, 4o GaL can Pie Blackberries ,50 GaL can Pie Peaches 50 Gallon can Pie Apricots. . .45 B Gallon can Pi Annies I . 1 1 x c v- Armour's Pork and Beans, can 10 Vancamp's Pork and Beans, can 10 Fresh Ranch Eggs, per doz ." 25c If you want it quick Phone Main 173. Prank J. O'Brien BROKER. Tacson. Branches In Phoenix and Nogales. Stocks, Bonds and Produce. Private Leased Wire to all Exchanges. R. D. HIGHTOWER, Managsr. Phoenix Office. Phone Main 232. Hotel Adams. Great Care exercised - -by skilled workmen in all depart ments is the reason our patrons . are satisfied. "Our sendees will please you'. - Troy Laundry 215 W, Jeff. St Phone Main 159. -S-H-MM'H It 1 "t It II M II 1 i I II H-8-W- . H"!1 !' i i 1 i1 i i liHH-H-HH'