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THE ARIZOH A REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 24, 1909.
OUR COMPLETE COM BINATION OFFER THIS WEEK. We will furnish a 4room house (Br complete for p $125 LIVING ROOM, DINING ROOM, CHAMBER AND KITCHEN. Each room complete in every way even to the Window Shades and Ruga' and the Cooking Utensil. CH. Davidson & Co. 22 W. Washington St. Phoenix, Ariz. MODERN SIGHT TEST ING IT'S VALUE. It would seem that, if there is any line of work wherein experience and ability should be appreciated it Is in the making and fitting of Eyeglasses and Spectacles. Yet, strange to say, many people are unmindful of the importance to themselves of such work as our A vast amount of our present day work is done at close range, which brings upon the eyes a heavy strain. Because your grandfather did not use Glasses until he was fifty does not mean you should not use them sooner. 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. To Those Who Cough Our advice is to cure that cough promptly and completely by taking Syrup White Pine and Tar. the cough remedy that our customers depend on to cure coughs contracted by any member of the family from the baby to grandparents, a quick. safe, certain cure for coughs. Large bottles 50 cents. LARSON DRUG CO. N. W. Cor. Center and Wash ington 8ta.- Phone or mall us your orders. EASTERLIES & WHITNEY UNDERTAKERS nt W. WaafclBfta Pfceealx, . Olives RIPE AND GREEN. PUT UP UNDER FORMULA AS FURNISHED BY GOVERN MENT EXPERIMENTAL STA TIONS AND COMPLY WITH REQUIREMENTS OF THE PURE FOOD LAW. I A Pure Food GUARANTEED UNDER THE FOOD AND DRUG8 ' ACT, JUNE SO, 1908. BY MUNGER BROS. COMPANY PHOENIX, ARIZONA. 1 Asbbmm. m niini mi Minn nm t. j. Daily Weather Report f X Local Daily Weather Report for The Arizona Republican, X Forecast for today Fair. T Data for 24 hours enac 5:30 $- I p. m. yesterday: t:tt 8:30 f a.m. p.m. X Barometer,, inches. . .30.15 30.29 Temperature, dcgrees.35 56 Pew point, degrees.. 22 20 Humidity, per cent. 55 22 Wind direction W SW Wind velocity, miles 3 4 Rainfall, inches 0 .0 Weather , Clear Clear Mean "daily humidity 38 Mean dally temperature 46 Highest temperature.. 59 Lowest temperature 34 Total daily rainfall 00 T Accumulated excess In tern- T T perature since Jan. 1, 155 de- 4 grees. T Accumulated deficiency in rainfall since Jan. 1, 0.97 inch. DAVTP R. MORRIS, Acting Section Director. tlMMMtMHIIIUItlll I 1 ! IHIHUIWltltMHt :: Of Local Interest f 1 H 1 1 1 4 1 11 1 H I ! t t ! DOWN FROM KINGMAN W. K. Ginder of Kingman is in the city for a few days. SELIGMAN MERCHANT S. L. Summers, a merchant of Seligman, is in the city on business. BACK TO BISBEE Frank Graf, who has been visiting In Phoenix, left last night for his home in Bisbee. MINING MAN HERE H. W. Brown, superintendent of the Clara Mining company came in from Bouse last evening. BISBEE - VISITORS Among the out of town visitors who came over to take part in the Shriner's frolic were Dr. Kdmundson and Otto Geis inhoffer of Bisbee. ASSOCIATED CHARITIES The executive committee of the Associated Charities held a meeting yesterday aft ernoon in the office of the Water Users' association. CHARLESBOIS-WHYTE Fred Charlesbois and Miss Jeffey Whyte were united in marriage yesterday morning at the cathedral. The cere mony was performed by Father No vatus. POPULAR AMUSEMENTS Dr. Dixon, who is preaching every after noon in tho Pnnticl phurph t ml m.i.rv 1 evening in the Elks theater, will this evening discuss the subject of popu lar amusements. VISITING SHRINERS W. Hanson, manager of the Dominion hotel at Globe, and..W. A. McAlplne, assistant manager of the Old Dominion mine, were among the visitors in Phoenix during the recent Shriners' festivities. A WELL KNOWN CHARACTER DEAD Tommy Gordon, a veteran of the Civil war and a well known char acter about town, died Monday at the poor farm of paralysis. Gordon was one of the old residents of Phoenix and had been employed In many of the business houses of the city. PRAYER MEETING DISPENSED WITH There will be no prayer meeting service at the Presbyterian church this evening. AH who can are urged to attend the service in the Elks' theater led by Dr. Dixon. All who sing are requested to Join the chorus and assist in the music. BOWMAN RESIGNS The resigna tion of Charles Bowman as a mem ber of the board of equalization, was accepted yesterday by Gov. Kibbey with regret Mr. Bowman stated that for business reasons he would not have time to continue on the board. His time was nearly up, but he would have been re-appointed had he not resigned. BIRTHDAY PARTY Samuel Dra per Dunlop gave a little dinner yester day in honor of his twenty-second birthday. The table was decorated American Beauty roses and ferns and the walls of the dining room made festive with sprays of iepper and other greens. Music was furnished by mem bers of the Industrial Liberty band. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. F. Wage, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lasham and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Doyle. Carriages were ordered for 1:30 p. m. ' BACK TO PRESCOTT A Yava pai county officer leaves this morn ing with Sylvester Vaughn, the col-' ored man arrested Sunday by Police man John Connors, wanted in Prcs cott to answer on indictment for shooting at a man at Jerome Junc tion some months ago. Vaughn was then in the employ of the Pullman company. He went east alter nis in dictment and failed to come back when wanted. The Yavapai authori ties sent out a description which the sheriffs office here received. Deputy WILL YOU INCORPORATE Then See Us for Lithographed Stock Certificates, Seals, Etc. THE McNEIL CO. B OFFICE Jj Sheriff Adams described Vaughn to the policeman who chanced to meet him suddenly on Sunday, recognized! him and took him into custody. When he was brought to the city jail several people who knew he had been here for some time said he could not possibly be the man want ed. However Mr. Connors refused to release him until the Prescott officers had a look at him and he Identified him yesterday as Vaughn, WANTS A GROVE M. S. Delanty who is the proprietor of an orange grove at Riverside, Is now in Phog nix looking for a good place to plant a few trees. Like many other grow ers from California, Mr. Delanty thinks there are possibilities in this valley that should not be overlooked and he will soon have a grove here If he can find what he wants. He is a large stockholder In the Bruns--wlck-BalkeCollender company. A STRIKE IN THE RANGER A big strike of high-grade rose quartz ore was made a few days ago about half way between Salome and Vicks burg in Granite range, about three quarters of a mile from the General Grant property In Ellsworth mining district, Yuma coiinty. The strike was made by A. V. and W. M. Wilson in the Rcnger mine, at the bottom of a forty-four foot shaft, which is now down fifty feet. There are two feot of high grade ore. A. V. Wilson is a prospector in this locality and W. M. Wilson is a well known blacksmith at Flagstaff, formerly of Phoenix. BONDS TO BE ISSUED Thirty thousand dollars worth of bonds will soon be issued for the Improvement of Center street as far out as Mc Dowell road. The provision allowing the issuance of these bonds was em bodied in the territorial omnibus bill, which passed both houses of con gress recently. The bonds will be issued by the trustees of special road district number one, and an abstract of the proierty bonded Is now being made though there is practically no doubt about the title. The bonds ill run for twenty years and carry six per cent. 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 time is all yours, take what you want of it, whenever you wish to look. H. I DIEHL SHOE COMPANY 8 W. Washington St. THE DOG POISONER For the sec ond time in three months the dog poisoner has wreaked his spite on J. A. C. Martinez and his dogs at 510 East Adams street. Yesterday a fine cocker spaniel, a lflooded animal that "Mart" prized very' highly, gave up the ghost. Mart would bs willing to make some person a present of twenty dollars in change for convicting proof of the identity of the poison disseminator. A SNOW MAN R. A. Bernal, who conducts a, grocery store on Van Bu ren street, has rather an unusual sou-, venir of Phoenix. It is the picture of a snow man, taken from "real life," last Sunday afternoon. After the hall storm, during which the snowy ice drifted to the depth of eight Inches under his awning, he Immediately con structed a snow man about five feet high and sent for a photographer. It was a chance of a lifetime in these parts. Y, M. C. A. SECRETARIES -D. W. Pollard, a Y. M. C. A. secretary for the International committee, at pres ent in charge of the Douglass associa tion, and C. L. Gates, also of the Inter national committee, with a larger Ju risdiction and headquarters in Kansas City, left last evening after a confer ence of several days "With the local Y. M. C. A. officers. Mr. Pollard goes back to Douglas and Mr. Gates first to New Orleans, then to Dallas, Tex. Incidentally,.-It is worth while to men tion that the building committee of the local association held two meetings yesterday and expects to be able soon to anounce that things are. moving in the matter of the new building. PROBATE PROCEEDINGS Peter Mohn has filed In the probate court a petition for appointment as adminis trator of the estate, with will annexed, of James A. Lester, who died February 15, 1909. The will is "nuncupratiie" and consists of a statement made on February 13, and repeated on Febru ary 15, before creditable witnesses, as follows: "I see that there is no hope of my recovery. It is my wish that R. A. Mulford of Phoenix, Ariz., look after my remains; that he bury me here, and that he pay all the expenses of my last Illness out of the money I have in the National Bank of Arizona here, and tbflt 'if there is not enough money thero he should sell my farm in Canada and pay the rest, and what is left It is my will he should keep the rest for himself." His relatives, who live in Pennsylvania, will be notified of the hearing. MARCHING THROUGH GEORGIA As though she were a real human being, "A Woman of Society" died a natural death at the . Third Ave. theater last night She gives way to "Grit, the Newsboy." a play which haS been produced before at this popular resort. "Grit" made sO many friends that patrons of the theater 5$ VERY SPECIAL TODAY selection of -about 100 men's suits in the new spring "Benjamin Clothes," that will go as fast as they are seen at the price of each suit J5Q"T CO of from $25.00 to,....y'5l iWU Models In the exquisite new light gray shades; also blacks, blues and mixed patterns. This purchase is for men who wish correct apparel perfectly tailored and yet something just a "little different." See them at THE HUB. Dunlap Hats Manhattan Shirts Stetson Shoes. S'?MiimkmSsi imt mwh W.XKyASlM-H fcMU ftER -Our- Bigger and Better Location 27 E. Washington St., AlMre Cor Storey where we will soon move, will give us a much need ed increase of floor space" for our large growing t J business. km Removal Will not last many days, so come in and buy. ELVEY & KULETT Quality Druggists Phone Main 1. 5 & 7 E. Washington St. ?-H"I"H"M"H' t H I S'-H-H-H-K-i-H HAENESS 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. 8PURS AND BITS. 40 Wsst Washington St Tslephons Red 131. have asked for a , repetition of the presentation and in his usual corte ous manner, Morrie Streeter has de cided to devote Wednesday night to the performance. This is one of Streeter's plays and Is said to be one of the best in the reportoire of the company. Commencing Thursday night and for the balance of the week "Marching Through Georgia" will be the bill. This is a brilliant military comedy with plenty of action and force, stirring music and pretty cos tumes. The costumes, by the way, are said to be excellent reproductions of 'the ones worn in ye olden ttme. Fortune Telling Does not take into consideration the one an s happiness womanly health. , The woman who neglects 'her health is neglecting the very foundation of all food 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. This Prescription has, tor over no rears, been eurlai delicate, weak, pain, wracked women, by the hundreds ot thousands . mad this too in the privacy of their homes without their having to submit to ladelU eate questlonlnia nnd offensively repui Bant examinations. - Sick women are invited to consult Dr. Pierce by letter frit. au correspondence held as sacredly confidential. Address World' Dispensary J Medical Association, R. V. Pierce, M,D.. President, Buffalo, N. Y. V D. PibC8 a Great Family Docroa Boot, The People's Common Sense. T Medical Adviser, newly revised np-to-date edition-1000 pages, answers in v Flats Englub hosts of delicate questions which every woman, single or married, ought to know about. Sent fret, in plain wrapper to any address on receipt ot 21 one-cent stamps to cover mailing only, or in cloth binding for 31 stamps. We have put on sale a very special Mate i.PiH fmi imi'-msmmm fSRxt ?,Mt Sale on Sundries km l r-W-4--H-H-H-W-H-H4-H j Carter's celebrated Typewriter I j. muDons ana caroons are me T T best in the market. Give them y fa trial , X Also have Carter's Inks, If T Fluids, Paste and Mucilage, at I C RAIN'S f STATIONERY AND NEWS CO. X 11-13 N. Center St. Phone Black 8071. M'lt'l llat I l i IT ISN0T0URG00D100KS (we are shy) that gets us trade, but the quality of our Coffees. Always fresh, uniform and the price is right. We deliver the goods, our delivery is prompt, we have a pleasant smile for air. Give us a trial and we will solve the Coffee question for you. Valley Tea & Coffee Honse 131 N. Center. Phone Red 260TT SEATTLE VISITOR S. L. Stan ley and Mrs. Stanley . of Seattle, Wash., are in Phoenix on a few days visit to relatives. Mr. Stanley is a broKer and has had large mining experience in Alaska. CHINESE SMUGGLED IN. San Luis Obispo, Cal., Feb. 23. Sweated by officers, twenty-two Chi nese captured in a sealed govern ment car on Sunday, convinced the authorities that they were smuggled into the country by way of New Or leans. They were taken back to Los Ansrfles today. essential to worn White Wood A large shipment of White Wood has just been received from the east 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 wo frame pictures correctly. Have you seen our Washington Birthday Post Cards? THE STORE THAT CARRIES THE STOCK. Miller-Sterling Company SUCCESSORS TO E. L ANDREWS & SON. I XT 7 . 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 TO REDUCE OUR STOCK We offer: ' X Ponch'a 1 1 rt T cri 1 c Kail ? at $1.25 Or one dozen $14.00 Hashells Matched Golf Balls, per down $5.00 Golf Clubs 50 per cent off Phonograph and 6 Records $5.00 This sale will last for a few days only. J BerryhillsBigBookStore "The Thirsty Man's Retreat." Ill Hi HI lllllll ifHI-M-H E 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 Gash Grocery 36 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 Hag of us. Old Trunks taken in ex- PHOENIX TRUNK FACTORY. 433 W. Washington St.. Tel. Red 8394. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES.. - -ARIZONA ELECTRIC COMPANY. " V. R. NORRIS, PROP. TEL- BLACK 8534. 41 S. 1ST AVE. U 1 1 1 It II 1 1 M M-l H MUltl OUR STOCK OF WATCHES was never more complete than it is today. Let us show you. f F. A. HILDERBRAN & COMPANY i iiiiii'H III till' H'iiiiiii'B'i li I MM 1' 1 1 1 1 1 H-H-H K i I lf for Burning 'HEN 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. C and I East Washington St FASHION BARBER SHOP. Go to the Fashion Barber Shop when visiting city. Iwis & Noble, Props 43 w. Washington St, ror a neat hair cut. shave, plain bath, salt rub, alcohol rub, body massage, electrlo body massage, by Masseur John S. Lewis. WHAT MONEY WILL DO AT 0. W. Kiiiiams Grocery Go No, 42 No. 1st Ave. 16 lbs. Beet Sugar for.. 1.00 15 lbs. Cane Sugar for.. SI. 00 3 cans any kind of Lye 25 Columbian Pie Pumpkin, a 15 Gallon can Pie Pumpkin, 45 Gal. can Pie Blackberries 50c GaL can Pie Peaches 50? Gallon can Pie Apricots... 45 Gallon can Pie Apples 45? Armour's Pork and Beans, can 10 Vancamp's Pork and Beans, can ... 106 dz '23c Fresh Ranch Eggs, per 1 If you want It quick Phone Main 17S. Prank J. O'Brien BROKER. Tacson. Branches In Phoenix and NogsJes. ' Stocks, Bonds and Produce. Private Leased Wire to all Exchangee. R. D. HIGHTOWER, Manafsr. Phoenix Office. Phone Main 233. Hotel Adams. Great Care exercised by skilled workmen 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. t ! llll H ii t H 11111111111111