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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 23, 1909.
6 M-M- I 1 i 1 ! ! 1 'I'i'I'i'S' 11 H CLEARANCE SALE SPECIALS Matting, 30c quality, per yd. 20i Linoleum, regular price 85c. Per sq. yd 65 Mohogany L.brary Tables, nev er sold for less tlian $20. Extra special S12.50 Mission Dining Tables, 8 ft. ex tension. Excellent value at $20.00 815.00 Hall Trees, genuine oak, heavy beveled plate mirrors. Regular price $32.50. Special 2' 00 Office Desks, double row, inter locking drawers.. .Sol reguiarly at $42.50. Special $35.00 i C. B. DavidsonS Co. Arizona's Representative Furni ture House. 4. 22-24 West Washington 4 Phoenix, Arizona. St. I 4- KRYPTOK TT11UVUI LINES IN THE LENS The only near-and-far glasses that can be universally worn without discomfort, and without that suggestively "old" appear ance. Bifocals that look and wear like plain glasses, but give you perfect double service. We can supply them. Dr. . Munson. WORMS IN ' CHILDREN cause stomach upsets, bowel disorders and other sickness and very often seriously retard their growth. NYAL'S WORM ' CANDY will expel every worm from any child's sys tem without doing the child the slightest harm. They never fail. LARSON DRUG CO. N.W. Cor. Center & Wash. Sts. Phone or mail us your orders. I III I H I I I I I i 1 1 I I I I I I 1 1 I I I HOME BAKING COMPANY I . M. J. PETTID, Mgr. Phone Main 231. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 The Airdome Tonight "A Warm Reception," a roar ing farce comedy by the Air dome Stock Co. Feature pic ture. The Crazy Barber. The Airdome Orchestra. HAMILTON BROS., Piano Tuners. With Wiley B. Allen Co., Inc. FILIGREE JEWELRY - We manufacture, sell and repair all kinds of Watches and Jewelry. Prices reasonable. .25 per cent off on all Jewelry for ten days. Special sale. NAM NAM & BRO. 213 E. Washington St., Phoenix. 5 Hii 1111 1 1 1 1 1 1 h 1 1 tti I Daily Weather Report THE WEATHER. f Local Daily Weather Report for X The Republican. Forecast for Today Fair; 4. slightly cooler. ' . . ; . Data for twenty-four hours j I ending 5:30 p. m., yesterday: 5:30 5:30 a.m. p.m. Barometer, Inches. . . .29.S0 29.81 Temperature, degrees.55 75 Dew point, degrees. . .40 14 Humidity, per cent. . .57 ' 9 Wind direction... SE N Wind velocity, miles 3 2 Rainfall, inches. 0 .D T Weather Pt. Cldy Clear I Mean daily humidity 33 Mean daily temperature 66 Highest temperature......... 77 Lowest temperature 54 Total dally rainfall 00 Accumulated excess In temper ature since January 1, 45 de grees. Accumulated deficiency rainfall since January 1, In 1.22 inches. L. N. JESUNOFSKY. Section Director. - I Of Local Interest l I MM Ml MM TEA Presbyterian social tea this af ternoon in the church parlors, from 2:30 to 5 p. m. All ladies are cordially invited. DR. RAMSEY HOME Dr. H- O. Ramsey returned: home yesterday from San Diego, where he was summoned by the fatal illness of his father, who died shortly after Dr. Ramsey's arrival. " CONVOCATION CLOSES The an nual convocation of the Episcopal church of the territory, which has been in session at Trinity churcb for two days, closed yesterday. The next convocation will be held at Bisbee. CHANGE OF MANAGEMENT Mrs. Rose. H. Long has bought The Francis lodging house on Monroe street, formerly known as the Alamo. Mrs. Long formerly conducted the Verjdome lodging house on Washing ton street MISSIONARY MEETING The Woman's Home Missionary society of the First Methodist Episcopal church will hold its annual meeting Friday evening at 7:30. A cordial invitation is extended to all. An Interesting program has been prepared. THE ARIZONA MINING REVIEW About May 15, the first number of the Arizona Mining Review will ap pear. It will be conducted by W. J. Stoneham, who is a widely known mining writer and who is familiar with conditions throughout the west. FLOWER DAY Next Sunday will be observed by the First Methodist church as flower day, and the citizens of Phoe nix are requested to send the names of the sick in their neighborhood to Dr. Geissinger in order that the flowers may find their way to the homes of the sick. The flowers will not be used for decoration. BASEBALL The Giendale baseball team will come to Phoenix next Sun day to cross bats with the Baswltz aggregation. The game will be played at Eastlake park. Bcauvais will pitch for the Baswitz nine, and Miller catch: The sugar beet men all have a good line-up and should give the local boys a run for their money. DR. STERN DEAD The many Phoe nix friends of Dr. Louis Stern will be pained to learn of his recent sudden death of heart disease in San Fran--Cisco. Dr. Stern was a resident of Phoenix for two ,or three years prev ious to twenty years ago, when lie left here and settled in San Francisco. That has been his home ever since, and he was known as one of the leading phy sicians and surgeons of the coast city. He was also quite well known for his philanthropies. He was about fifty five years old and was not a married man. having no surviving relatives ex cept his brothers and sisters. The fu neral was held in San Francisco last Sunday. THE CONDITION OF DAVID MORRIS David Morris, lately of the weather bureau, who was sent to the hospital for the insane a few days ago, is improving rapidly and Dr. Ketcherside thinks that he will be able to leave the institution in a few days. His case was merely one of a nervous collapse. His mother, Mrs. C. E. Morris, of Corpus Christl, Tex, accompanied by her son Leopold Mor ris, editor of the Daily Advocate of Victoria, Tex., arrived In the city yes terday to take him home and will probably leave with him the . early part of next week. It is certain that a short period of rest and quiet will completely restore him. SPOKANE MAN HERE TO STAY H. R. Allen, of Spokane, Wash., ar To Close Out Dunsmores .... . $25.00 Remingtons . 35,00 Underwood ..... 40.00 See East Window, a THE McNEIL CO. PRINTERS, STATI0NER8 BINDERS - Opposite Court House. I OOMPANY j ' A rived here yesterday morning, and will remain in these parts for several months and, quite likely, will make this his permanent home. air. Allen, though recently from Spokane, where his -family will reside for the present. has spent eighteen years in the Coeur d'Alenes mines, and is a practical min ing man. It was the mines of Arizona that turned his attention this way. He read In The Republican of the won derful mineral finds in western Ari zona, became interested, and finally persuaded himself that this must be a coming country. He will take a trip over the A. & C. in a few days and look things over personally before set tling down here permanently. WELL MARKED W. G. Moore, bet ter known as Bill-Moore, who resides on 'the Agua Fria river, runs the post office, ranches a little, tells passers-by whether they are on the right road to Buckeye, and numerous things, has also engaged to some extent in the sheep business. E. H-' Winters, who came by his place a day or so ago, reports that, he has the most novel sheep he ever saw. Mr. Winters tried to buy It for a curiosity, but Mr. Moore would not. sell. It. . He said it was the one sheep that he knew nobody would steal, for it is Indelibly branded with his name blown in the bottle, as it were. It is a black sheep.' with a white face, and on its side, in letters of white wool, is the name "B. Moore." Mr. Moore Hectares that it was born that way and that the marking is not ar tificial, and Mr. Winters, after a care ful examination, says he is satisfied that that Is a fact. THE CLOSE OF THE SEASON- The hotel at Castle Hot Springs will close, for. the season on May 1. No doubt a great many Phoenix people will tnake one more visit to the springs over Sunday to avail them selves of the opportunity of the baths before the next season. The curative properties of the waters of the springs are coming to be more and more recognized. The management the' other day received a card from a New York physician who had spent a short time at the springs and since visited the most famous springs of Europe. He wanted a lot of the water sent to him. He said that in all of his wanderings he had found none to equal it. , A NEAT FITTING SHCE will atone for many grievous errors in the rest of a woman's make up.. Spring styles are "charming." That's the way most of our lady patrons express it. Many of our customers have . said time and again that you to get the want you to a Shoe Shoe must store. come There is a reason for it. We would like to show you our "Grov- er's Soft - Shoes" for tender feet. H. A. DIEHL SHOE COMPANY 8 West Washington St. DEATH OF MRS. MILLARD Mrs. D. W. Millard, wife of the architect, died last i night about midnight. Mrs. Millard has been ill for some time, but during the past week grew con siderably worse. She was then re moved to the Sister's hospital and remained there several days, but at her own request was taken back to their home yesterday, where all ' ef forts to save her life proved unavail ing. Owing to the lateness of the hour, few details of her illness and death could be obtained.. SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT The trustees of school district No. 1 met last evening at the Central school biulding and organized by the re election of Clinton Campbell, as chair man of the board. Dr. Dameron was elected clerk, Sims Ely being the third member. The board re-elected Pro fessor J. F. Stilwell superintendent of the city schools for another year. n the matter of selecting the forty teach ers that will be needed in the schools the coming year, the board decided tney would leave it to the superintend ent to recommend them. One thing however was decided upon in connec tion with the teachers and that Is that none will be employed who have not had at least one year's experience in teaching as well as a four years' nor mal course, or the equivalent of it. The board recognizes that in the past it has had too many inexperienced teachers, and this is not said in respect of any particular teacher but only of the plan. Not all graduates of a normal school are fitted to teach and not all desire to, but of those who do wish to, their fitness Is determined only after some experience. Without this rule too many Inexperienced teachers for one com munity, are sometimes employed, even though every one of them later makes good In the profession, having lacked only the experience. If the teachers are chosen early as it is planned they will be, there will be no lack of appli cants. In fact there are over 300 ap plications now on file. EXPANDING OPERATIONS Oper ations at the Poland mine, in Yava pai county are proceeding on an ex panding scale. Deleopment on the 200 foot level of the Accidental prop erty are showing up very satisfac torily both in the respect of the grade of the ore and the quantity of it. An order was placed several weeks ago" for a new Imperial type Ingersoll Rand air compressor, and It is expected this machinery Is now ready for shipment. Over a mile of new and larger sized air transmission line : has also been ordered . to be used in connection with the air com pressor. The management expects to BENCH MADE SUMMER OXFORDS Careful, skilled workma nship in the finest leathers, moulded to the hu man foot on scien tific lasts, makes the Stetson Oxford the han d s o m c s t and most comforta able shoe for sum mer wear. Black and tan and other shades. $5.00 to $8.00. Crawf ords and Crossetts, $3.50 to $5.00. The Hub The Smart Clothes Shop. 18-20 W. Washington I ill ,i..H"l"M"H 1 i I' I' lit I Ml H"M"I" I' H-I' Mil I M 111 I MHI1HI- POWERF Drugs of positive freshness, and first quality are used in all our compounding. Bring your Prescrip tions here and get true medicine satisfaction. That is why we are so busy all the time. Beautiful Complexion Cream of Flowers, 50c. Sold only by ELVEY & HULETT NEVER SUBSTITUTE. Same Phone Main 1. 27 E. Washington St. j.i..i.f.i..i..i....i..t.i.i..i..i.i..!ii.i..tH'Hi''i"Hi in ri niuiiiiiiii i H" resume night shifts with the mill, and by June lstk possibly before, it will be running twenty-four hours a day. THE COLISEUM The usual crowd thronged the Coliseum last night to witness the new show. There was a complete change of program a very funnyskit taking the place of the act by Duvall and Lotto. Duvall, ' Lotto, Brodie and Dixie Loftus made up the cast which gave one of the best comic acts seen In this city during the pres ent season. The audience was con vulsed with laughter from the begin ning of the act and continued to laugh long after the end. A complete change of pictures was given, the film depict ing the reception of the American fleet on its recent visit to Sydney, Australia, being the feature. The visit of the fleet was treated In detail in this picture and the subject was not only pleasing but was of considerable historical interest. THE AIRDOME The ! remarkable record for attendance which has re cently been made by the Airdome the ater was upheld last night and bids fair to continue. Jammed houses greeted both of the performances of the new sketqh. . The, new act was cleverly performed. In the cast was the George Kagle company which has just completed a two week stand at Hand Made SADDLES & HARNESS Our Specialty. Look us over before buying. N. PORTER SADDLE AND HARNE83 CO. 8PUR8 AND BIT8. 44 West Washington St. Telephone Main 69 - WATERMAN'S FOUNTAIN PENS We have them in all grades from $2.50 to $10.00. A nice gift and a useful one, too. CRAIN'S STATIONERY AND NEWS CO. 11-13 N. Center Street. Phone Black 8071 A BEAUTIFUL PLATE GIVEN AWAY. We have Just received a big ship men of 1908 teas and can furnish you the best on the market. Blends superior - to anything you ever tried and in order to show you we can do what we say, we will, for one week, give, you a beautiful plate worth fifty cents, with every dollar purchase of tea. . Money refunded If not satisfactory. Phone Red 2601 131 N. Center. SI VALLEY TEA & COFFEE HOUSE the Walker theater in - Los Angeles, and who made a big hit in that piace. That their success in this city will be equally marked cannot be questioned by any one who was present at last night's performance. Among the fea tures was the work of Baby Gladys Echlin who appeared in the cast and who rendered a vocal solo in her usual winning manner. - '- SICK HEADACHE : I Positively cured bj P A DTr D C thes Li" le i wMllI Ll0 They also rellCTB DO f '"! tresa trom Dyspepsia, In K J ITTLE digestion and Too Hearty 1 1 1 r D -Eating; A perfect rcm M mil J? edy tor Dizziness. Nausea, I J PILLS Drowsiness, Bad Taste J y "n 111 th0 Woalt Coated f- Z"'.v I Tongue. Pain la toe Side, I TORPID 1IVXK. They regulate toe BoweS. Purely Vegetable. SMALL PILL SMALL DOSE. SHALL PRICE. CARTERS! CtRE SICK CHE- iTjiE Genuine Must Bear PILLS Fac-Simile Signature "IT'S THE KODAK" That brings pasttime and pleasant memories. We have the entire line and "Camera-wise" salesmen. MILLER-STERLING COMPANY Successors to E. L. Andrews & Son. 9-11 East Washington St. I nnTmTn , With the becomes a housewife. Quick Meal Gasoline Range SAFE, CLEAN AND ECONOMICAL They have proven themselves far superior to any gasoline stove or range on the market today. Unlike most other makes, you could not explode a Quick Meal if you tried, and then the operating cost is very low. Buy a QUICK MEAL and be happy Ask the house wife who owns one. . TALBOT & HUBBARD nuiunruio w i ji a Tl 1 1 I M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Tungsten Lamps E. THOMA MANUFACTURING CO. Salesroom 22 S. Third T4 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I A KODAK HISTORY of your summer vaca tion is the thing. Kodaks and Cameras $1.00 to $40.00 BerryhiU's Big Book Store "The Thirsty Man's Retreat." Open Mornings 6:00 A.M. Close Evenings 6:30 P. M. A. WETZLER 35 W. Wash. St. Hhone M. 259 Patronize Home In lustry. 'Help me, and save money, too. by buying your Trunk, Suit Case or Bag of us. Old Trunks taken In ex change. PHOENIX TRUNK FACTORY. 433 W. Washington St.. Tel. Red 8394. AUTOMOBILE AND GASOLINE ENGINE OWNERS, Save money and get your Batteries that are always fresh and test high, from the ARIZONA ELECTRIC COMPANY. ' Tel. Black 8534. V. R. Norrie, Prop. a 1st Ave. The Choicest Foods, skillfiillv American style. Complete . meal 25c. Short orders. Open till 11 p.m. j YE BEN'S FRENCH RTTfiTrETT Phone Red 2021. COOL COOKING approach of warm weather this serious problem to the average We offer a solution in our A BARREL OF, WATCHES are thrown away every year need lessly. If you have one that isn't going right don't throw it away. If it can be repaired we can do it. We have made many a watch as good as new which the owner had about made up his mind was not worth repairing. Bring in yours and have us look at it. Xot only watches, but clocks and jewelry, too. Our charges are mod erate. 6 and 8 East Washington Street, 1 I'l 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Avenue. Phone Main 361. I M I I I I I I I I H I I M I I I I I I I I I I I I HELLO! Say did you see those 50-cent whips? No.' 1 " stock boiled in oil. Just- the thing for Arizona, at MORDEN'S BIG SECOND HAND STORE 401 East Washington. WHAT MONEY WILL CO AT D.W. Williams Grocery Co No. 42 No. 1st Ave. 18 lbs. Beet Sugar f or. '.g 1.00 15 lbs. Cane Sugar for..gl.OO 3 cans any kind of Lye....25 Columbian Pie Pumpkin, can IS Gallon can Pie Pumpkin. 454 Gal. can Pie Blackberries 50t GaL can Pie Peaches 50 Gallon can Pie Apricots... 45 Gallon can Pie Apples 4.0C Armour's Pork and Beans, can 10J Vancamp's Pork and. Beans, can 10 Eggs per doz. 23 If you warn It quick Phone Main 173. Prank J. O'Brien BROKER, Tmcsom. Branches In Phoenix and Nogale. Stock, Bonds and Predue. Private Leased Wire to all Exchanges. ft. D. HIGHTOWER. Manager. 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 services will please you. Troy Laundry 215 W. Jeff. St. Phone Main 158., 11 W Wncrirntrfort Kf a I - va v