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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 23, 1909.
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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN
Published Every Day in tha Yaw ly
THE
ARIZONA PUBLISHINQ COMPANY.
GEO. W. TICKERS, Pres. ft Gen. Mgr.
Exclusive Morning Associated Freaa
Dispatches.
Publication office: Corner Second and
Adams Streets. Telephone Main 47.
Entered at the postofflce at Phoenix,
Arizona, as mail matter of the second
SUBSCRIPTION RATE.
By mall, daily, one year 00
Weekly, one year 1.04
Cash In advance.
BY CARRIER.
Daily, per month 75 eta,
The Arlxona Republican Is on sale at
all of Amos' street news stand wagons
In Los Angeles. San Diego, and Long
Beach.
03BV-irB NOINfl'
PHOENIX, ARIZ., APRIL. 23, 1909.
THE REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES.
Everything has now been laid aside
for the regular city election which the
republicans of Phoenix await with
confidence. They never had a strong
er ticket. The candidates for mayor
and councilmen are business men first
and republicans afterward. That is
as it should be, for most of us care
little for the political complexion of
the council.
Lloyd B. Christy has for years
stood in the front . rank of Arizona
business men. We can recall not a
single movement for the good of the
city and the valley, within these 'hist
dozen years in which he has not
taken an important and effective
part. It was in a spirit of generous
sacrifice that Mr. Christy yielded to
the call for him to add to the burden
of his own private business that of
the city.
There is little need to speak of
Councilman Marshall, who has been
put forward for re-endorsement. He
has 'served the county and the city
in various capacities for nearly a
score of years and in every instance
he has served It ably and well.
Chas. A. Stauffer, the first ward
candidate, is not a candidate of his
own motion. Mr. Stauffer has no
taste for politics, and it was only
after strong representations that it
was a businessman's council that was
wanted that he consented to serve
his party.
There is in all Phoenix no more
promising young business man.
There is no other who has risen so
high by his own unaided individual
efforts and his most sterling qualities.
We believe that there is not another
man in town who has so many
friends and so few enemies. We be
lieve further, that there is not anoth
er of his age in whom business men
have so great confidence. '
Is nut this a council ticket of
which not only republicans, but all
Phoenix may be proud?
THE WAR ON THE CLUBS.
The war on the clubs was begun
last night with the introduction and
prompt passage of Mr. Yaeger's or
dinance prohibiting the selling or giv
ing away of intoxicating liquors on
Sunday, both midnights inclusive.
In this action the council had the
support of many members of the leading
clubs, that is those clubs formed for
legitimate club purposes and in which
the drinking of liquor is only in
cidental. The trouble with the club business
was that it came to be over done and
meant only the moving of saloons up
stairs over Sunday.
It was brought to the attention of
the authorities that some of the
cheaper lodging houses too, had es
tablished club rooms, where the thirs
ty guest and the thirsty outsider
might find spirituous solace on the
Sabbath day.
In some, if not all, of these places
United btates licenses were posted on
the walls to prove that they were
playing fair with Uncle'Sam.
Very few people were disposed to
interfere with the operations of the
recognized and regularly organized
clubus. If members drank at all. it
was unobtrusively done for members
had in mind that the reputations of
the organizations must be obtained.
The other clubs were no more care
ful of their membership than the
average saloon is -of the character of
its patronage. Thus there came about
a state of affairs of which the au
thorities were forced to take cog
nizance. The attempted enforcement of the
ordinance will probably provoke a
test involving the prfvavy of a club,
which we believe was once passed
upon by the courts of thij territory,
coming up on a question whether the
Yavapai club was required to take
out a city and county license. It may
turn out that the better way would
have been to distinguish' by ordinance
the different kinds of clubs, for there
are clubs and clubs.
THE COMING CAUCUS.
As we understand .it, the grand
jury now in session, has issued a
somewhat imperative call for the re
assembling of the legislative caucus,
whose labors we supposed were con
cluded with adjournment. But cau
cuses, like men, never know when
their work Is really done. Whether
the caucus has been served with a
duces tecum we do not know, but
if so, we may get a glimpse of that
mysterious volume in which are
supposed to be enrolled , the names
of the members inscribed by them
selves in their own red blood.
From north and south," from east
and west, the caucusees are coming,
though one of them at least is not
answering the grand Jury's loud call
with that agility with which he was
wont to spring into his place when
the whispered word went round or
when even an eye-slant indicated a
meeting of the caucus.
We look forward to the approach
ing assembling of the caucus with
out that apprehension with which
we awaited its meetings in the
sixty days agne. For we know now
that the caucus can do no harm,
and it may do a world of good.
Those who are not Registered by
tonight at midnight will be dis
franchised at the city election, the
same as if they cannot read the
constitution of the United States.
The last call for
ends at midnight.
registration. It
Register today.
FOR MAILING PLANS,
Maps, Calendars anything ycu can
roll, 12 inches up to 42 inches long.
Post Office News Store.
POST CARDS, PHOENIX VIEWS,
1c. EACH. PHOENIX VIEW BOOKS,
15c. EACH. AT THE BIG CURIO, ON
ADAMS ST.
Crump pays 22 Vic cash for eg?s.
Lower
Berth
No. Six
Whatever berth you get hand
the porter a suit case you're
not ashamed of. If your suit
case is worn and shabby why
not discard it and get a new
one.
No. 12914 genuine sole leather
24 inches long by 13V wide,
by 7 deep. Steel frames, '
pressed leather corners.
Three brass hinges riveted
on by hand. Solid lrass
lock. Two straps go clear
around. Lined with Scotch
linen. Shirt fold in lid.
This is a well appearing,
well made suit case of de
sirable materials, and the
price is J9.00.
Post Office News Store
136 N. Center St.
GI LLETT
The Tailor
Carries the Largest Stock of
Goods in Arizona.
17 WEST ADAMS STREET.
THE PERFECT FLOUR EMBRACES
all of the good qualities of other
brands and some extra ones of Its own.
The Perfect is not a flour that is su
perior in only one or two qualities. It
Is superior all round. It bakes better,
goes farther and stays moister than
any other. Try a sack just to see
what the best of all flours is like. Ask
your grocer.
M II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I i
ilREDLANDSii
; ; The most beautiful spot j '
in
CALIFORNIA.
March and April are f
the most ideal months t
i in the year.
HOTEL CASA LOMA I
i offers excellent table,-
I perfect service and ac- I
t comodations.
Reasonable Rates.
J No consumptives taken, i
t 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ; i n
is
Severely Injured
MAY NEVER RECOVER A great
many people have left this store
with an injured conscience to think
that they had not been around to
see our line .of goods and get our
prices before buying elsewhere. Aft
er they had fompared our prices
with what they had paid for their
goods. DONT BUY UNTIL you
have seen our line of Hammocks,
Ax minster Rugs. Iron Beds, Springs,
Mattresses, Dressers, Stoves, Exten
sion Tables, Rockers, Folding Go
Carts, Trunks, Suit Cases and Tele
scopes. We handle Tents and Can
vas. "
See the Mammoth Side Board
which cost $125.00 new.
See "le bankrupt stock of Per
fumes and Toilet Waters at 75 per
cent less than cost.
" Let us make a price on your
goods before you leave, we pay the
highest price for Second Hand
Goods.
Massie & Sons
114-116 W. Wash. St. Phone M. 257
WiJ UK1LL NfcLLS
Furnish Pumps, Windmills,
Tanks, Engines, etc. Complete
water supply systems installed.
E. T. Hunt, 20 years experience
personally in charge of work.
HUNT-FROMAN WELL CO.
208 E. Washington St.. Phoenix.
CALYPSO
Is in fine condition for the season of
1909 and can be seen any time at the
Palo Alto Stables. Dates and place
of standing will be announced later.
Terms same as last vear.
M. B. HOROVITZ, Owner.
M. Rose Manager.
I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I l l I I I
Rogers & McMurtry
Auction House.
24 W. Jefferson St.
A reliable Auction House con
ducted by competent Auction
eers. Goods sold on commis
sion and prompt returns made.
Regular sales at 1:30 p. m. ev
ery Saturday. Outside sales of
any description solicited and
will endeavor to give satisfac
tion; particular attention given
to the patronage of ladies, who
will never find anything In our
auction room to offend the
most fastidious.
41 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I
; I III I H III I Ml HI II I I I IT
iFor Sale!
AT A BARGAIN
. ,
; : 80 acres 8 miles west, '
;: in Fowler district, full
water, nearly all in al- '
; ; falfa. $50 less than ad- ' '
; ; joining land. See owner.
iiSalim Ackel;!
: ; 16-18 East Washington. ; ;
4 I II I I I I I I I U I I I I I I I M ! I I l
Clinton Campbell
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
Residenee TeUshene
157 N. Fourth Ave. Main 177
THE PALACE
PRESCOTT. ARIZONA.
Strictly on the European plan. Rooms
by the day, week or month. Finest
Bar and Club rooms in the Southwest
BROW, SMITH & BELCHER
PROPRIETORS.
Austin & Souther,
53 State St., Boston.
Members
Boston Curb Exchange.
Orders executed and Informa
tion furnished on all listed'
stocks.
Our market letter with Inter
esting facts concerning
VULTURE
upon . application.
BUSY DRUG STORE
A. L. BOEHMER'S
N. E. Cor. Center and Washington.
9 J Open Until
I 1 Mld"
I night
HAND
Our special sale of Leather Hand Bags and
Pocketbooks has been such a decided success that
we are going to continue it a few days Jongcr.
Every article. fresh stock, not shop-worn. See the
window.
I? . Free
Delivery )
I Service S
SPECIAL
PRICES
I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I r
WE FIX 'EM.
None too complicated, none too
place.
PHOENIX
I Phone Main 145.
I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I
FARMERS, MINERS, PROS
PECTORS, ATTENTION.
-
I have the reputation of being
your best outfitter in the city.
I know what you need.
I know how much " of each
article you need.
I know how to select goods
economically.
Call and we will make up the
order to your satisfaction. If
v not able to call, send list and I
will select goods, pack and ship
to you promptly.
Coffee and tea a specialty.
FRANK GRIEBEL'S
218 W. Wash. St. Phone M. 43
Don't let your
Plumbing before see
ing us. We can save
you money, and ev
ery job we do is
guaranteed.
GREER -STARK
PLUMBING CO.
217 W. Wash. St.
Phone Red 3361.
Send in your repairs.
13
Hugliie Hughes
The Fampus Interna
tional Auto Expert.
Cars examined and
repaired.
Garage 235 W. Wash.
Phone Main 345.
The Old Reliable
Established in 1897.
Twelve years' experience has
Taught us the needs of the pub
lic in moving Pianos, Furnture,
etc. This long experience 's at
the public's disposal at most
reasonable prices. Two phones.
Lightning Delivery
Phone Main 16. 16 S. Center.
H 1 I I I 1 il l I I l"H"''t"' 1 Mfr
:; W. A. REYNOLDS
:: Contractor and Builder
Plans and specifications furn
ished free on all work con
tracted or superintended by
him. Let me plan yur house
for you.
SATISFACTION GUARAN
TEED. Phone Red 8255.
Residence, 1119 W. Fillmore St.
Office, Five Points, Phoenix.
f
til
Hi i 't itntinmutiM
You Must Stop
FOR A WARM ROOM AND
A QUIET NIGHT'S REST
P WILLIAMS HOUSE
MARICOPA. ARIZONA
DAILY AT THE
FORD GRILL
Shell Oysters,
Clams, Mussells,
Lobsters, and
the best Steer
Loin Steaks,
Spring Chicken, etc
1 a-nrinrtru u i
c
i j
Phone I i
Main ( R
I 113 I
BAGS
I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I H
( Mail Orders S I
Promptly ( B
Attended to I
simple, but all guaranteed at Jack's T
AUTO CO.
229 E. Adams St. I
H II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 1 t
ORANGE TREES
LEMON TREES '
POMELO TREES
KUM QUAT TREES
SATSUMA ORANGE
TREES
ONE DOLLAR EACH
Dill's Seed House
126 N. Center St.
M. L. Vieux
CEMENT CONTRACTOR.
Proprietor Artificial Cement Co,
Arizona Lime Co, and Asphalt
Paving Co.
Works, S. First St Office, 40
W. Adams St Phone 2181.
Phoenix, Arizona.
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tUIMIMIIIIII
JUST RECEIVED
T Fresh Stock of Hearsey Tire. f
At the
J BIKE HOSPITAL.
X We guarantee them to be right X
T
I Stewart & Templin
(The Bike Surgeons.)
Phone Main 363. Next to P. O.
i
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YOUR MOTHER
would be pleased to receive a real
NAVAJO BLANKET
from her boy. We have the va
riety. Tou make the selection.
ARIZONA SADDLERY CO. ::
45 North Center St Phoenix, '.i
Phoenix Foundry Go.
All Kinds of
IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS
G)od work and prompt delivery our
specialty. . Contractors (take notice)
meet all comnetition. Let us flsrure
with you.
Rogers & Moore, Proprietors
451 S. Seventh Ave. Phone Main 212.
I ' 10c
Don't wear away
I your life washing
SPREADS
I when we do them
J I snow-white for
rlllll)
Be! eeMpBBBseaet"'
J
The Phoenix National Bank
Phoenix, Arizona.
Capital, Surplus and Profits $250,000.00
Deposits : $1,500,000
E. B. Gage, President.
H. J. Mc Clung, V.-Pres.
R. B. Burmister, Cashier.
- H. M. Galliver, Ass't. Cash.
DIRECTORS.
E. B. Gage. F. M. Murphy. D. M. Ferry.
W. T. Staunton. Geo. N. Gage. L. H. Chalmers.
F. T. Alkire. W. A. Drake. H. J. McClung.
H-H1 Mtlllll! H"M I1III11I
I The Prescott
PRESCOTT - - -
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS 8270.000.00
Roll of Honor Bank' No. 585. .
United States Depository.
Territory of Arizona Depository.
County of Yavapai Depository.
City of Prescott Depository.
F. If. MURPHY, President
Hi M-H-S 't t 1 1 H'i i i t I H'M': ! 1 i-H-H -H-H I IM-M'1't
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Capital $100,000.00 Surplus $100,000.00
The National Bank of Arizona,
AT PHOENIX.
OLDEST BANK IN THE CITY
Prompt attention given to collections and all business detail, and
courteous treatment to all of our many, tourists.
Headquarters for all visitors.'
E. Ganz, President 8. Oberfelder, Cashier.
Chas. Goldman, Vice President 'J. J. Sweeney, Ass't Cashier.
MMMMMIMtMOMIMI I I ltHMHMttMM
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AN INVITATION TO VISIT
iew bank building is cordially extended to our customers and their
ds. Also to inspect our poniimnt and fariliti,s fnr;if pnRrpnbnt
I and efficient transaction of banking business. We feci confident that
I you wi!! be inuch pleased by having an account with the Valley Bank,
subject to check.
The Valley Bank
Phoenix,
Established 1S84.
MACHINE
Does jour Gasoline Engine or other machinery t
cause you trouble ? We do overhauling and repair-
ing on the spot. Call or write. i
JOHNSON & COMPANY f
Phone Black 8921.
I-H-H-H-H-H-W- -
VT. F. NICHOLH,
President
UNION BANK & TRUST CO.
W NORTH CENTER T.
GENERAL BANKING)
PROMPTNESS. COURTESY AND ACCOMMODATION.
THE EXQUISITE CLEANLINESS OF OUR BAKE 8HOP
Appeals to particular housekeepers. Bread at" 5 and 10 cents; delicious
Dinner Rolls and Buns at 10 cents a dozen. Raspberry. Red Cherry and
Gooseberry Tarts, So each.
PHOENIX BAKERY & CONFECTIONERY.
E,t 1881- Edward Ei.ele, Prop: Phone M. S9.
Removal Notice
We are now located in our new quarters, cor
ner Second Ave. and Jackson St., one block west
of Santa Fe depot. Send us your work.
Kunz Bros. & Messinger
a b
We receive daily - fresh
supplies of California
and local fruits and
vegetables.
Phone Us Main 6
COLD AIR STORAGE
MARKET
'H - M - i"H - H"i"H"I "M"M HI! I'M
National Bank I
- - - - ARIZONA.
R, N. FREDERICKS, Cashier, f
Arizona.
Capital and Surplus, $12,000.00
REPAIRING
449 S. 7th Ave.
J. tL BWETNAM, GEO. H. LUTGERDINQ,
Vice-President Caekler.
GOLD HOTEL
ANTON GOLD Prop.
Third and Waahlngten Sta.
Fine, clean rooms, centrally
located; 60c per night and ap.
Come and Investigate ,
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
I We make a specialty of Z
Box Trade
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Drachma!! Cigar Go
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