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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 20, 1909.
7 i EZflQfiSSfi X i a sin?r;3pr-r.s, FREE Rogers' a5 i. TOM'S AMERICAN KITCHEN Parties nerved with extra fine real Chinese China dishes. Private rooms and family style when desired. Tom does all his own pastry. For a good dinner on special occasions or at ordinary times come to Tom's new American Kitchen. Regular meals, 25c. Short orders all night. . 23 North Center Street. Phoenix, Arizona. ALWAYS CLEAN. HAVE YOU The California We buy only the best in the market and our cooking speaks for itsslf. MISS CHARLOTTA MILLS, Prop. THE ENGLISH KITCHEN RESTAURANT 44-45 EAST ADAMS STREET. Evsrythina New. Nice and Clean. CHARLIE LING YEE BEN'S FRENCH KITCHEN Chinese and American Dishes. Rest Meals in the city 25 cents. Short orders at all hours. Open till 11 p.m. Phone Red 2021. 11 West Washington St. Garden City Coolest and Cleanest Place In Town to and Families. Short REGULAR Nos. 23 and 24 East Washington St AIRDOIYIE O'DELL & WHITNEY, Eig Comedy Act ALL WEEK,. Sod r-r it i ii Al i'iiTm! 'fi'T ' -'- DROP YOUR MONEY Into the purchase of a sack of Per fect flour and you'll get its value back again in better bread and more of It Between two bags of flour there may be little or no difference In appearance. But use revals that one is far superior to the other. The Perfect flour always gains by com parison with other brands. Order a sack and see for yourself. VALLEY FLOUR MILLS. BETTER ACCOMMODA TIONS FOR HEALTH SEEKERS. Beautiful location, large lawn, broad porches; inside, balcony, or tent sleep ing rooms. Modern plumbing and first class table, with plenty of rich milk and cream. Phone Sub. 125 for full particulars. EASTERLY & WHITNEY UNDERTAKERS tlf W Wsilag St. Pfclx. ArcfMt smHmimpsjwiiM Don't Dilly DaIIyInvest Today It Will Take Care of You in Later Days THINK IT OVER SPECIAL 40 ACRES, 2 miles from Clendale, all in sugar beets aid one of. the best stands in the valley. Contract let for care of crop; with your help, there is a bis? profit, in faet.eiiough to make payment on the land and a good income. Terms on this land are very easy; $3G per acre down and $18 per acre per year. Price per acre $180. Think this over; it is worth your while. Greene & Griffin Real Estate and Investment Company 127 North Center. LECTURES! PROF. M. F. KNOX Auction Room, 24 Yest Jefferson JSt., all the week. Starts Sunday, Feb. 21, 8 p.m. See Professor at Fairmont Hotel. Healing Classes formed daily. Consultation Free. TRIED PROMPT SERVICE. Restaurant 33 N. 1st. Aie. Private Family Dining Rooms. & CO, Props. Restaurant Eat Nice Private Rooms for Partly Orders at All Hours. MEALS. 25c MARK LAND, Proprietor AN OPEN MARKET FOR BIG UAL TRADES Important Action Taken by Iron and Steel Operators. New York, Feb. 19. An open mar ket in the iron and steul trade that manufacturers believe will lead to a stimulation of the industry, was cre ated late today when former Judge Gary, chairman of the directorate of the United States Steel corporation, made official announcement that the "leading manufacturers ' of iron and steel had determined to protect their customers and for the present sell at such modified prices as may be neces sary with respect to the different com modities in order to retain their fair share of business. The iirices which may be determined upon will be given by manufacturers to their customers direct. The action of leading manufacturers in effecting an o;ien market followed a series of conferences held here for the last three days by Judge Gary and the heads of various subsidiaries of the corporation; together with officials of other steel manufacturing compa nis. o My Neighbor. "Set down." said he j When greeting me. j "Im glad to see ye back. Bring up a cheer, j And s"t don here." Straightway I did , As I was hid. And taking up the most convenient chair I I drew it night the genial stove, and "set" down there. j We talked and laughed. And grinned and chaffed. He joked with me, and till the lit.hl grew dim I joked with him. j And when ".was o'er j I sought his door. And walked home through the evening clear, j Convinced that he did well to call ft j chair a "cheer" 'Twixt you and me i That's what they be j With whole-souled neighhors such as he. Blakeney Gray In Success Magazine. For your spectacles, eye-glasses and fc.. Adams st Phone Red 2641. Bring your repair work to us. FOR SALF3 Five acres in garden pro duce adjoining city. Also homestead relinquishment. Inquire Cassidy, Creighton Blk. Lysamler ' OF MFUDAMS He Will Not Resign Position as Fair Commissioner INVITES INVESTIGATION Hit Mind Was Made Up He Says On a Second Let ter Threatening Him With Charges Unlets His Resig nation Was Forthcoming. The following correspondence be tween Govrnor Kibbey and Chairman J. C. Adams of the fair commission ex plains itself. Tho first Is the letter from the governor following an earlier one in which he had requested the chairman's resignation. No reply to that had been iceived: OFFICK OF THE GOVERNOR. Phoenix, Ariz., Feb. IT, 1M09. Sir: I addressed to vou on the 11th Inst., a note stating my desire that you re sign the office of member of the Com mission of the Arizona Territorial Fair. Sufficient time has elapsed since tlien within which rou could have complied with that request. If you shall not have tendered your resignation before noon of Saturday, February 2ft. inst., I shall make an or der requiring that you show cause why you should not be removed from that office upon charges which I will for mulate in the order. Very truly, JOS. H. KIBBEY, Governor. Mr. John C. Adams, Phoenix, Ariz. The following is the reply of Mr. Adams transmitted yesterday: February 2, 190S. Sir: Your letters of the 11th and 17th inst received. The receipt of your last communication of course prevents me from taking any action whatever upon your letter of the 11th inst. My reply to jour first letter, after careful consideration, would have been determined entirely by what I consid ered for the best interests of the Ari zona Territorial Fair. No personal tr political differences or any controversy between us rgarding the management of the fair would have Influenced my decision. Every man who has acted as com missioner of the fair has done so at a personal sacrifice believing he was helping to build up an institution that was of great benefit in developing and advertising our territory. In your Utter of the 11th Inst. you state you wish to organize the fair commission, therefore you desire me to send in my resignation. In your letter of the 17th you state you will prefer charges against me if I do not send in my resignation by noon of February 20. I have decided after reading your last letter not to comply with your re quest. Under the provisions of the law cre ating the Arizona Territorial Fair, the governor is given power to remove any commissioner for malfeasoner or mal feasance in office. I have not been guilty of either of these offenses, and all I desire is to have any and all charges that arc made, or can be made against me for mismanagement of the fair., tried before a fair and impartial tribunal. The representatives who have been elected by votes of the people of Ari zona to make their laws and provide for the care an! government of their public institutions, are at present In session In the legislative halls of the capitol. They have direct power to most thoroughly and impartially investigate all public institutions and the conduct of any or all officers connected with them. I ask that any and all charges made against me as commissioner of the Arizona fair he referred to this elected and representative tribunal of the peo ple of the territory of Arizona "The Arizona Legislature." Respectfully submitted. J. C. ADAMS, Chairman of the Board of Commission ers of the Arizona Fair. Gov. J. H. Kibbey, Phoenix, Ariz. Phone Main G7. REMOVAL SALE CONTIMU OffBargains in Today it is a a complete doubt but we carry the Cases, Bill Books and Wallets. Also music Rolls, Collar and Cuff Boxes, and other Leather Novelties, bo don't fail to call today and pick out what you wish, and save vour monev. ELVEY & HULETT, Quality Druggists, Never Substitue Phone Main 1. REDWOOD PRESERVES. Washington, Feb. 13. President Roosevelt, by signing a bill for the creation of the Calaveras national for est In California, has saved for all time the most famous grove of trees in the world. This bill Is the culmina tion of efforts extending over the past nine years. WANTED FEMALE HELP FOR WHITE SALE. APPLY AT 8 O'CLOCK THIS MORNING AT THE NEW YORK STORE. FOR SALE. SO acres joining townsite of Glendale for only $125 per acre. This Is good )AILY pASHION "jj'ALKS BY MAY A SIMPLE HORNING GOWN. M "ORNING gowns limply and daintily attractive. 1 his one h appropriate for washable materials and for cashmere and challis, indeed, for any limptc material, bat in the 211 ti cf ten cents for each. (If haste send postage which insures more prompt delivery.) FILL OUT ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, Phoenix, Arizona. Please order for me, 10 cents herewith to cover your charges: Pattern No '. Size Name .; Address t - . NOTE: These Patterns are ordered for you from Chicago and re quire about 10 days to get them to you. WE MOVE INTO TILE for your benefit so you ARE BEING PICKED UP FAST. line of Leather Goods we wish to call vour kind attention to. There is no . largest assortment of Ladies' Send usMail Order If till Tuesday only at this price. See us at once. VALLEY REALTY COMPANY. A FREE LUNG CURE j A remarkable offer by a leading Lung Specialist, who will send medi cine free to prove his ability to cure Asthma, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Consump tion, Stomach and Kidney Diseases. Address, Dr. Lanoix Co., 221 Junction Bldg., Kansas City, Mo. CAPITAL TO INVEST. Industrial, railroad and mining prop ositions quickly financed on commis sion basis, either established compa nies or new enterprise. P. O. HOX 2037. N. Y. MANTON made are always pretty and always tration it i made from one of the new in czpenslve printed wash f ibrics, in a checked design with collar and caffs of plain, and these printed fabrics are exceptional ly prettv and varied this tea son. For im mediate wear, however, cash mere might be preferred, and cashmere with collar and cuffs of silk or of the material fin ished with some little braid or embroider y, would be an ex ceedingly at tractive as well as exceedingly practical morn ing gown. If long sleeves are not liked those of three-quarter length can be substituted and as a further variation might b e suggested utilizing the skirt for wool material and the jacket for cne cf the pretty linen or cotton fabrics. For the me et 'um size will be required, for the jacket 4'A yards of material 24, 3 yards 27 -or 2-H yards 44 Inches wide with 'A yard 24 inches wide for collar and cutis; fort:.eikirt6 ys'ds 24 er Ul or 3v' yards 44 inches wide. A Slay Manton pattern of the jacket. No. 6244, sizes 34 to 44 inches bust, or of the skirt. No. 6218. sizes 22 to 34 " inches waist, will be mailed to any address by the Fashion De partment of this caoer on rerrint an additional two cent stamp for letter THIS BLANK. .190. ALKIRE CO. LOCATION. will have to hurry now. Our Sundries Off Hand Bags, Card Cases and You Can't Come. 5 MOHN & DRISCOLL FUNERAL DIRECTORS Freight and Baggage carefully and quickly handled. Storage at reasonable rates. Pioneer and Consolidated Transfer and Storage Go. Baggage office. 114 North Center Ht Telephone Main 142. General office, 42 South Center St Telephone Main 74 GILLETTE The Tailor Carries the Largest Stock ot Goods in Arizona. T W. AOAMS t ORDER FROM US I f We serve the best, x Telephone the City ? lfnot AfoL-of Wo will T ..'.Lt UL ltlilVtl, IT L 1 111 convince you that we can serve you to your entire satisfaction. t City Meat Market. X Phone Main 200. i I 14-1 I I I 11 HiUMtHHfM A. W. A. REYNOLDS :: :: Contractor and Buiider :; Plans and specifications furn ished free on all work con tracted ' or superintended fcy him. Let me plan your house for you. SATISFACTION GUARAN TEED. Phone Black 2581. Residence. 1119 W. Fillmore 8t Office, Klve Points, rhoenix. i'l M l I I 1 I I I 1 MM 1 ' 1 I I I I 1 t- Dr. Alton's Rheumatic Care Dr. Aiton's New Life Elixir, Stomach Tonic and Digestive. Our remedies are high ly beneficial in all run down conditions of the system. Gives new life and strengthens every vital organ in the body. Office and Labora- torv 33 E. Adams St. Phone Red 2421 H-H-M- r We receive daily fresh supplies of California and local fruits and vegetables. Phone Us Main 6 COLD AIR STORAGE MARKET riisWj tf iTffflTisE illisilfl'ssXT'sThsriSsiss Purses; Gents' Card and 7 East Washington St. Special display of MORRIS CHAIRS and MISSION CLOCKS for the Holi day trade. BIDE-A-WEE MISSION FURNI TURE SHOP. THE MISSION A resort for gentlemen. The original BUDWEISER BEER on draught. FRANK CONMELLEY, Pres. Clinton Campbell OENERAL CONTRACTOR Residence Telaphene S57 N. Fourth Ave. Main 177 HAMILTON BROS., Piano Tuners. Pianos for Sale & Rent, j 245 E. Wash. St. Phone Red 2031. THE HOFFMAN CIGAR . STAND, E. J. DOYLE, PROP. X SMOKERS' ARTICLES. Corner Broadway and Center. Moore & McLellaa rjudartakers and Embalm? Lad; Assistant. i West Adams Br-1 Telepson Mkla HI. 5- 1 Big' Sale ON CHINA, ENAM-rj It EL AND TINWARE Jj: V THE FAIR 1 DAILY AT THE FORD GRILL Shell Oysters, Clams, Mussel's, Lobsters, and the best Steer Loin Steaks, Spring Chicken, etc INDIAN MOTOR CYCLES Always the Best. I Reading and Light Motorcycles; I Cadillac and Winton Automobiles; ' Columbia and Light Bicycles. I Tires. Sundries and Repairing. I Seo us for t rices. Quality Counts. ! ARIZONA MOTOR CO. Phone lleil $332. 31 So. 1st Ave. Special Caramels Chocolate, Maple, Va-: nilla, Strawberry," Marshmallow, Onyx and Opera Caramels. ' SANICHAS & CO. : Telephone Red 2031. ;