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?HE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, .FEBRUARY 26, 1909.
OU R COMPLETE COM -BINATION OFFER THIS WCEK. We will furnish a 4room house complete for MODERN SIGHT TESTING IT'S VALUE 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 Spetladcs. Yet, strange to say, many people are unmindful of the importance to themselves of such work as ours. 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 docs not mean that 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. Hade of whole wheat flour. HOME BAKING CO. Maker Inereaser Preserver For a. really effective beauty maker we "re commend White Rose Cold Cream to you. As pure and white as the driven snow and- fra grant as a new-blown rose. Better for the skin than any other cream of which we have any knowledge. LARSON DRUG CO. N. W. Cor. Center and Wash ington 8ts. Phone or mall us your orders. I 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. A Pure Food GUARANTEED UNDER THE FOOD ' AND DRUG3 ACT, JUNE SO, BY HUNGER BROS. .COMPANY PHOENIX, ARIZONA. $125 LIVING ROOM, DINING II ROOM, CHAMBER AND II KITCHEN. " ' II Each room . complete in II every way even " to the' II Window Shades and Ruga II and the Cooking Utensils. II IC.H. Davidson & Co. I 22 W. Washington St. II j Phoenix, Ariz. ' Beauty fiiiiiiniiiiminW'W f Daily Weather Report J Local Daily Weather Report for ' The Arizona Republican, Forecast for today Fair; with slowly rising temperature. Data for 24 hour cadtug 6:30 p. m. yesterday: t.Ct 6:30 . a.m. p.m. Barometer, inches 30.04 .49.96 ' Temperature, degrees.41 69 Dew point, degrees.. 30 26 Humidity, per cent.. .65 Wind direction E Wmd velocity, miles 2 Rainfall, Inches 0 18 KW 3 0 Weather Clear Clear t Mean daily humidity 42 I Mean daily temperature 55 T Highest temperature 72 f Lowest temperature 38 JL Total daily rainfall 0 f i Aceiimllatod excess in temner- T ature since January 1, 1.47 T , , degrees. Accumulated deficiency in rainfall since January 1, 1.01 inches. I. N. JESUNOFSKY, Section Director. imhiii 1 1 mm H iniiiiimiMur i Of Local Interest 41 H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M COUNTRY . CLUB Miss -. Xona Kingsbury and Miss Grace Stacy will serve Saturday at the Country club. The usual game of bridge will be played. WILL INSPECT WELLS Engineer J. D. Stannard of the reclamation service went to Sacaton yesterday to inspect the wells that are being driven at the agency to supply the Indians with water. CANAL DRY The Arizona canal will be dry after next Monday for aljout a week. The water will be turned out of the canal so that re pairs can be made to the woodwork and the gates. HEv MERELY STOPPED W. E. Defty, the mining engineer, arrived in the city yesterday morning from Yavapai county, and left last night for the southern part of the terri tory, Bisbee and Nacozari. LEGISLATIVE DINNER The leg islative dinner given by the ladies of the Central Methodist church, in the church parlors, will be from 11:30 to 2 o'clock today, and supper will be served from 6 to 9 p. m. A CHURCH SOCIAL The ladies of the Presbyterian church will give a social 1n the parlors of the church this afternoon from 2:30 o'clock until: 5. Tea will be served. Cooked foods j will be on sale. AH ladies are in vited. LEAGUE MEETING CANCELED ! The social and business meeting of the Epworth League of the Cart- wright district, called at the home of J. A. Vinson, will be canceled for this month by reason of illness in the vicinity. MISSIONARY SOCIETY The Woman's Home Missionary society of the Methodist Episcopal church will meet at the residence of Mrs. Toney, 811 North Second avenue, Friday af ternoon, at 2:30.- All ladies are cor dially invited to attend. A good pro gram is prepared. LADIES AID MEETING AH mem bers of the Ladies' Aid society of the Christian church are invited to meet at 1104 North Second street thi af ternoon at 2:30 o'clock. After a short business session, the afternoon will be spent socially. Each is urged to be present, bring a new member, and her needlework. AN ILLINOIS VISITOR Albert J. Perry, a capitalist and prominent business man of Galesburg, 111., Is in the city visiting his old friend, F. J. Blount, at 810 North First street. Mr. Perry is very favorably impressed with the Salt River valley, and it- is not unnatural to hope that he may become financially interested before his departure. ROLAND GOODS TO BE SOLD Owing to the death of Mrs. Roland, L. B. Roland will sell at auction their entire household effects, which were shipped here and never uncrated. They include furniture, books, bric-a-brac, cut glass ware, rugs, and all that goes to make up a beautifully fur nished home. The sale will begin at 10 a. m- today at 36 North First avenue. MASQUERADE BALL The drill team of the Fraternal Brotherhood will give a grand masquerade bail at O'Neill hall on Thursday, March 11. There will be prizes presented to the dancers, a chocolate set to "the lady wearing the most unusual and beauti ful dress, and a $6 fjmbrella to the gentleman with the best sustained character. All will be requested to remove their masks at 10 p. m. This and several other elaborate affairs will be given before the team leaves for the exposition. Masks will be sold at the door for those who wish them. Will YOU INCORPORATE Then See Us for Lithographed Stock Certificates, Seals, Etc. THE McNEIL CO. OFFICE OUTFITTERS. RAILWAY OFFICIAL HERE R. W. Warren, traveling passenger agent of the Rock Island road, is in Phoenix on business. " MR. DORON VERY LOW A. L. Doron, who has been 111 for some time, is reported as In - quite precarious condition. J. L. B. ALEXANDER HOME United States District Attorney J. L. B. Alexander, returned home Tuesday from a trip to Washington, D. C. SOCIAL TEA The ladies of the Presbyterian church will hold their regular afternoon social tea at the church parlors at 2:30 o'clock today. Cooked food will be on sale. TAFT PORTRAIT A large framed portrait of President-elect Taft has been placed over the city marshal's desk to replace the picture of Roose velt, which has been there for some vears. SOKOLOFF-MALINOFF D. Benja min Sokoloff of this city and Ida Malinoff of San Francisco were mar ried yesterday afternoon in the of fice, of Probate Judge Phillips and by "that official. DANCE POSTPONED The dance which was to have been given by the Good Time otub at the School of Music tonight has been postponed for causes that were unavoidable. It will be given at the School of Music March 10. All members are requested to be resent. LOST HIS BROTHER Marshal Moore has been requested to look for Peter O'Dea of Snohomish, Wash. A letter from Simon O'Dea, the missing man's brother, says that he has not heard from Peter in many years, buU that the last heard from him was from Phoenix. DISTRICT COURT The only case tried yesterday In the district court was the completion of a suit before Judge' Sloan,- brought from Pinal county on change of venue, the title being W. X. Shultz versus the Casa Grande Canal company, in which a re ceiver had been appointed for .the Pinal Water company. The decision gave the plaintiff damages amounting to SL25 per acre for the acreage in volved and upholding the receiver. 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 df the individual or family. Our prices, you 11 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. J. DIEHL SHOE COMPANY 8 W. Washington St. PIONEER BAND EXCURSION The Pioneer band will go to Mesa City this evening, where the band will give a big ball to which all are Invited. It Is expected a large crowd will go from Phoenix and for its ac commodation a special excursion will be run, for which round trip rates rom Phoenix will be 50 cents and from Tempe 35 cents. The train will leave Phoenix at 7:15 p. m., returning after the ball. DRY CANALS The water will be shut out of the Arizona canal on Monday morning and. will remain out for several days. This will leave the Arizona and the Approprlators canals dry for that length of time. The purpose of shutting out the water Is to make needed repairs on the wood en structures over the Arizona be tween the head of the Crosscut and Granite Reef. There is no great trouble there, but these structures have not had a going over since the government had control and ' it Is deemed a fitting time ' to make the necessary Improvements. The water will be turned in again one week later. HOUSEHOLD ECONOMICS The "household economics" department of the Woman's club, Mrs. W. W. Mc Neff, chairman, held a very interest ing meting yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ancil Martin. That the women of Phoenix are much Inter ested In domestic science was mani fested by the large attendance, there being forty present at yesterday's meeting. The sociability of -the occa sion was added to materially. by two good vocal solos, one by Mrs. L. D. Dameron and the other by Mrs. N. G. Squire. The subject for the day's discussion was "salads," and each member of the department gave a demonstration in the preparation of some particular kind of salad. An other incident in which the public will be Interested Is that the memberg of this department of the Woman's club decided to furnish the domestic science department of the public school with a bed and its furnishings, and imme diately took up a collection for that purpose. Altogether the meeting was both pleasant and Instructive. ARIZONA'S LATEST PRODUC TION In New York city and other eastern towns the one thing that at tracts attention Is the corn-fed and stall-fed beef, hut up to the present time this delicacy is practically un known In the west, more especially in Arizona, where alfalfa is so plentiful. The alfalfa-grazed beef Is of course very tender and Juicy, but to the man or woman used to the stall-fed stock of the east It lacks more or less flavor. In Europe there is more cottonseed and linseed used In a month than in probably the whole of the United States In a year for fattening prime SPRING BRIGHT NEW SPRING SUITS IN CORRECT STYLES FOR MEN. $25.00 TO $37.50. Our display is bigger and better than it has yet been. 'All the new things in various fabrics and weaves and new colors are in and now on sale. The man of exclusive tastes can find something to exactly suit his fancy. Made in New Yorkby America's lead ing wholesale tailors, and as good as can be' had at any jrice. Dunlap Hats. Stetson Shoes. Manhattan Shirts. v ,;; ,hhM, n....:..H.4"l'-l"I-H"l"l"H"lh-H"l"H"M"l"H"l 1 r i- t'.S.t...-t"g..i.t"t"t"t; -Our- Bigger and Better Location 27 E. Washington St., Alkire Co. Store, where we will soon move, will give us a much need ed increase of floor space for our large growing business. X km Removal Will not last many days, so come in and buy. i ELVEY & HULETT ) Quality Druggists ' Phone Main 1. . . 5 & 7 E. Washington St. : ,.M, h; IWM-I H"l t H 1 I t It' 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 8ADDLE AND HARNESS CO.' SPURS AND BITS. 48 Watt Washington St Telephone Red 131. stock for the market. The prime "roast beef of old England," so famed the world over, is not produced off grass or alfalfa pasture', but from the seeds Imported from the United States and from British India. The flavor pro duced In this way can only be proved by the eating, and for the first time in this territory the citizens have an oppartunity to sample this tender meat. The Hackett market has Just purchased seven steers, which have been fed for months past oh cotton seed and are now hanging In the When You Think v Of the pain which many women experience with" every month it makes the gentleness and kindness always ossoci-' ated with womanhood seem to be almost a miracle. While in general no woman rebels against what she re gard! as a natural necessity there is no woman who would not gladly be free from this recurring period of pain. Dr. Pierce j Farorlte Prescription make area, women strong and ' sick women we, and aires them freedom from pain, it establishes regularity, subdues Inflam mation, heals 'ulceration and cures fc ' waal weakness,' Sick women are invited to consult Dr. Pierce by letter," free. All correspondence strictly private and sacredlv confidential. Write without fear and without fee to World's Dispensary Med-' 'ical Association, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y. If you wont a book that tells alt about woman's diseases, and how to cure them at home, send 21 one-cent stamps to Dr. Pierce to pay cost of milling only, and be will send you a free copy of his great thousand-page illustrated Common Sense Medical Adviser revised, op-to-date edition, in paper-covers. In handsome cloth-binding, 31 stamps. . -v .... SUITS Sale ' on Sundries 0ff M'1"i"!"I"M"l"W - t - I"I"I' H 11 1 ! ! 1 H HIHHHtMMMMIIUtltl t Carter's celebrated Typewriter Ribbons and Carbons are the best in the market. Give them a trial. Also have Carter's Inks, T Fluids, Paste and Mucilage, at CRAM'S f STATIONERY AND NEWS CO. I 11-13 N. Center St. Phone Black 8071. 4HIMMMIMMHI IT IS NOT OUR GOOD LOOKS (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 all. Give us a trial and we will solve the Coffee question for you. Valley Tea & Coffee House 131 N. Center. Phone Red 2601 Hackett icebox. George Day, the for mer owner of this beef, has no inten tion of feeding any more of these steers on the expensive cottonseed diet. One of these steers when dressed was weighed yesterday and tipped the scales at 730 pounds, and is one of the finest beeves ever seen In Phoenix, but unluckily will probably be the last of this particular class to be pre sented in this section, as seed costs money. Mr. Hackett will sell this meat at the same price as the alfalfa fed beef as long as it lasts. II III TV UUU IUI WMI 3 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 intenwt 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, aES TO E. TT7 m vv I f l MI 111 SARGENT'S "HARDWARE OP 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 V. TO REDUCE OUR STOCK We offer: Reach's $1.50 League ball at $1.25 Or one dozen $14.00 Hashell's Matched Golf Balls, per dozen $5.00 Golf Clubs 50 per cent off Phonograph and 6 Records (5.00 This sale will last for a few days only. t! J BerryhillsBigBookStore I "The Thirsty Man's Retreat." H 1 I I f III I H 1 1 1 I IWtMlt The MONARCH Brand of Canned Goods is second 4o none. Phone us for a trial order of those Red Kid ney Beans, and Apple Butter. Wetzler's Cash Grocery 3S West Washington Street. Remember our phone number is MAIN 259. Patronize Home In lustry. Help me, J .... uu.w "' W P Wvr, Jby buying your Trunk, Suit Case or Bag of us. Old Trunks taken in ex rhanfrft PHOENIX TRUNK FACTORY. 433 W. Washington St.. Tel. Red 8394. HfWfffi ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES. ARIZONA ELECTRIC COMPANY. V. R. NORRIS, PROP. TEL. BLACK 8534. 41 8. 1ST AVE. I 1 1 t t tt 1 It 1 t II I IH 1 1 II Ml OUR STOCK OF WATCHES was never more complete than it is today. Let us show you. F. A. HILDERBRAN & COMPANY f H 1 111 It HI 111 IV I11IIIH 8 L. ANDREWS & SON. HHiiN building tnat new home do not overlook that most important detail, the hardware. Poor hardware has marred many an otherwise good house. By- specifying j 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 I East Washington St. FASHION BARBER SHOP. Go to the Fashion Barber Shop when visiting city. Lewis & Noble, Props, 4S W. Washington St, for a neat hair cut, shave, plain bath, salt rub, alcohol rub, body massage, el ec trio body massage, by Masseur John E. Lewis. WHAT MONEY WILL DO AT I OaW. VilUiams Grocery Co No. 42 No. 1st Ave. 16 lbs. Beet Sugar for..gl.00 15 lbs. Cane Sugar for..S1.00 3 cans any kind of Lye....25 Columbian Pie Pumpkin, can - 15t Gallon can Pie Pumpkin, 45 Gal. can Pie Blackberries 5()? 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 10t doz 2ot Fresh Ranch Eggs, per - If you warn It quick Phone Main 173. frank J. O'Brien BROKER. Tacson. Branches In Phoenix and Nogales. Stocks, Bonds and Produoa. Private Leased Wire to all Exchanges. R. D. HIGHTOWER, Manafsr. Phoenix Office. . . Phone Main -432. Hotel Adams. Great Care exercised by skilled workmen in all depart ments is the reason our Satrons are satisfied. ur services will please you. Troy Laundry 215 W. Jeff. St. Phone Main 159. 2U M M I 11 t III Hllllllll liHi'i - 1 IIIHIIIIIIIII 1 1 1 rll MM