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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 23, 1909.
V t "S. Scarf Pins Nothing viill please him "better fop the birthday gift than a Hilderbran Scarf Pin. They show taste, individuality every one dis tinctive and elegant in its workmanship and at reasonable prices. SMiiSBaaaBaaBBaBaaiaiMM We Fill Mail Orders Quickly F.A.HILDEKBKAN y COMPANY Expert Watch Repairing. --KM..aaBBM..B.aSBBaB.MB.M.aBM.Mi.BiM Bracelets The quality of our Bracelets is apparent at a glance. Never have bracelets been so really beautiful as this spring's output, and so reasonable, too. Give her . a Hilderbran 'Bracelet, and she'll always wear it. A BETTER TONE . OF THE MARKET r r: N Bit Speculators Did Not Co Exstaciet in Consequonce. Into n 1 1 ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 mi nnm u n i i inn m 1 1 nu f WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD I The Buckeye Lumber Co. is better prepared than any other yard in Phoenix to take care of its rapidly increasing trade. A large stock of good material. Saw and planer in connection. Lumber, Lath, Cement, Doors and "Windows; Paints, Nails, Building Hardware, Corrugated Iron and Fence Posts. You will make a mistake if you do not see us before you buy. Buckeye Lumber Co. Mont Anderson, Prop. E. W. Bahr, Mgr. '" " I I H I I I i , t t M t ? t !-M"M il 1 I I ! t"M"M IIIIIIIM M. ... ' isew York, April 22. The specula tive mood in the stock market took nn a more cheeiful hue today, al though in a somewhat subdued fashion. Stocks that 3old yesterday were purchased today i in the upward movement became more uniform and consistent than the halting: irregular aecLne or yesterday. The money market situation exacts no arduous terms from borrowers and there is no apparent expectation that it will do so immediately. Gold "continues to go out in small parcels and the inflow from other sources does not more than offset it The bond mar ket showed notable " breadtpj - and strength. Total sales, $10,440,000.- U, S. 3s coupon advanced" .ty, . per, cent. STOCKS. ' Amalgamated copper 76, Ameri can Smelting 89. Atchison 107. St Paul 150, New; York Central 130V4, Pennsylvania 136, Reading 14C14, Southern Pacific .129, Union Pacific 1SS, V. S. Steel 53, U. S. Steel pfd. 115. Silver . 51, Mexicans 44. X - T 1 T""v -r-k 1 A 11 J onn u. Kockeieiier is the only man in the world who does not like our lamp because it does not burn the oil fast enough to suit him. Now John makes a lamp he likes much better. John's lamp burns a quart of oil every seven hours, and ( makes only f if ten candle power of yellow light Our lamp burns 20 hours on a quart of oil and makes 100 candle power of PURE WHITE LIGHT more than 50 per cent saving in oil and more than six times as much light Why John could afford to give you his style of lamp rather than have you use ours. You save the price of our lamp several times each year in the saving of oil, to say nothing of having the finest light in the world. Don't take our word for it. Investigate for yourself. Burning in our window day and night 100 CANDLE POWER at cent per hour. "IT'S IN THE BURNER." IT BURNS A MANTLE. Beautiful Parlor Lamp $5.50. Arizona Mantle Lamp Co. 42 No. Center St., Phoenix, Arizona. t ji' I 1" It I I IB? EliM-W'MlK"M"K'llfrl1"l ;..M-;-ifi..8..i..i..i..i..i..i..i..i-M....i..i..ii.l..t. I DAIRYMEN HAVE LEARNED THE MARICOPA CREAMERY i sets the price. Our record correct, tests correct, prices highest, absolutely. Promises always ful filled. Compare this with monthly failures to make good and bring us your milk and cream. F. M. Mognett, Pres. E. Kays, Mgr. M-H-H"H"1"H .t"H"l..H"H' M-H.fr.M.H.."M.fr.H-H t 't 't 1"M"M"M 'I"?1 V M )UI t) t i n 1 1 i H Standard Furniture Co. A complete line of New and Second Hand Furniture, , Rugs, T Crockery and Granite ware, WE SELL FOR LESS Phone Main 357. 34-38 W. Washington. IMHmMKtltMtl4ttMtmttMMIM4H THE ENGLISH KITCHEN RESTAURANT 44-45 EAST ADA!S STREET. Everything New, Nice and Clean. Private Family Dining Room. CHARLIE LING . CO. Prop. ARIZONA SCHOOL OF MUSIC North Center St. Phoenix, Arizona POINTERS For Woman's Use. Absolutely Noiseless. Easy to Control. No Odor. No -Vibrations. No Cranking. No Jolting. The Car of Comfort Simple in Construction. "WATCH FOR THE DEMONSTRATION CAR." Central Auto Company Phone Main 345 for information. THE DOWN RUSH OF WHEAT. Chicago, April 22. Liquidation was the order of the day in the wheat pit. From the clang of the opening bell till the close, wheat was dumped into the pit and the decline was so preci pitate at times that commission houses were considered fortunate if they succeeded in making stop loss orders within c of the limit. At the low point July recorded a loss of 44ffc from yesterday's .. close and May, a drop of 4 He. This was a break of 9c for July compared with the highest point touched during the campaign which was reached one week ago, and a decline of 8 'c for May. The erstwhile leader of the bulls was not in evidence personally in the pit, having left tha city yes terday on a western trip. - The Patten house,, however, was well represented by brokers who, It was claimed, kept unloading wheat as rapidly as conditions tvould permit. Selling by other leading commission houses was also on an enormous scale, three or four concerns being credited with sales during the day aggregating between five and. seven million bushels. Meanwhile several things tended to contradict the theory advocated by the bulls of a scarcity of wheat. The wheat producing countries of tike southern hemisphere which have been listed as being ex tremely short of the cereal ' were comparatively heavy shippers during the last week, according to semi-official estimates made today. At the same time advices from all sections of the winter wehat belt in this coun try told of generally favorable con ditions for the rapid growth of the fall sown crop. The market opened weak at net de-' clines of to lc. July $1.12 to 1.1314. During the first few min utes) July dropped to $1.11, rallied quickly with a gain of about one cent. At the bottom July sold at $1.05, May $1.20, Sept. $1.01. Final quotations were $1.09 5? 1.10 for July and $1.21 for May, a net loss for the day of four cents for each option. After advancing to a new high record mark for the May delivery, the corn market weakened in sym pathy with the slump in wheat and closed at net losses of to 'ic com pared with previous closing. The high point today for May was iJc. which was reached soon after the opening. May-sold between 70c and 72c and closed 70c. "In the Shadow of the Foot Hills" Orange Land witll f iter, $125 an Acre In Tracts of 20 Acres and up. -Terms & if th cash; balance in one-fifth yearly payments per cent interest, or deferred payments will be to suit purchaser. T METALS. New York, April 22. The London tin market was lower, spot quoted at 133 5s and futures 134 7s 6d. Locally the market was easy and a little lower, spot quoted $29.25'ff29.55. Copper declined 57 for spot and 57 12s 6d for future in 'London. The local market was dull and un changed, lake quoted" $12.87(513.00; electrolytic, $12.50i312.62; and cast ing $12.37V-!iS 12.50. Lead advanced Is 3d to 13 3s 9d in London, but was unchanged and quiet locally at $4.20 4.25. Spelter was unchanged at 21 12s 6d in London and remained quiet at $5.025.07 in the local market. CATTLE AND SHEEP Chicago, April 22. Cattle receipts estimated at 3,000. The market was steady. Beeves $4.70(&5.65, Texas steers, blank; western steers, $4.70i 5 60, stockers and feeders, $3.40 la 5.50; cows and heifers, $2.00(&5.90; calves $4.25SI5.75. Sheep receipts estimated at 5,000. The market was strong. Native $3.60ig6.00, western $3.C0li6.00, year ling $6.00(57.10, lambs, native, $5.40' 8.00, western $5.40(58.15. o . BREAKING ICE JAM Toungstown, N. Y., April 22. A break was made today in the great ice Jam which for ten days has held the lower Niagara In its gTip and caused damage estimated at a million dollars. ' Engineer Kunz and his men hammered away, and at 5 o'clock the blast from 150 pounds of dynamite sent a tiny rivulet trickling through the east side of the Jam.' At dusk further explosions, and the ceaseless grinding .of the floating ice had broadened the trickle to a young stream. Engineer Kunz expects the lake-bound ice will jwiden its,, channel during the night, and jthat by morn ing It will be a broad avenue. THE BEST EYE-OPENER yA steaming cup of delicious P0STUM It removes coffee af hes and ails. "There's a" Reason." I i The HE HIGHLAND RANCH is land with , a- "today" as well as a "tomorrow." The . practical .man, by making a small investment, can be independent from the start. At the present low price, this land should more than take care of all subsequent payments after the firet it should bring the rancher a good living and a neat income besides. Actual experiments have proven that one acre in the Salt River Valley is equal in productiveness to two acres anywhere else. The water eupply ie certain and abundant for all kinds of agricultural and fruit growing purposes. Good markets Phoenix, Glen dale and Aihambra are close at hand, paying ; good prices for all the rancher cares to raise. Why not ring up any of the firms below today and let them take you out to the Highland Ranch? The trip is a pleasant one and you will be able to see . for yourself why the Highland Ranch is the safest, surest, best investment in. the Salt River Valley. Land of the Future Oranges with intelligent development will be a big profit maker on the Highland Ranch. The quality and depth of soil, excellent elevation and perfect drainage, abundant sunshine and foothill protection will make the land in this section famous the world over, not very- many years off. Arizona Oranges bring from 50c to $3.00 more a box in eastern markets than California Oranges. Land two miles from the Highland Ranch recently sold for from $200 to $300 an acre land of ' exactly the same characteristics and qualifica tions as those of the Highland Ranch, Truck Gardening Will Pay A large portion of .the Highland Ranch 'is espe cially adapted to the raising of SUGAR BEETS one of the most profitable crops that the rancher can raise today. Not only is sugar made from this product but there is no better feed for milk cows. An acre here, of Sugar Beets. ' averages from $35 to 450. The Beet Sugar Factory at Glendale is only ZYz miles away. " One of the best creameries in the : valley is only two miles distant. Big Money in Sugar Beets The Highland Ranch cannot be beaten for Truck Gardening. Almost anything will grow if practically handled. The soil is unusually fertile and will- pro duce exceptional specimens of all kinds of vegetables. Water, is plentiful. The elevation close to the foot hills affords a protection against possible frosts. The several close markets will give the rancher a daily chance to turn hie crop into cash. E. J. BENNITT & CO. H. I. LATHAM & CO. W. K. JAMES. GREENE & GRIFFIN. PHOENIX TRUST CO. SOUTHWESTERN REALTY CO. L. J. RICE. DWIGHT B. HEARD. J. L. IRVIN. VALLEY REALTY CO. HARRY KAY & CO. ' COSTLEY & THOMPSON. DICK ERDMANS REAL ESTATE & INVESTMENT CO. Or any other member of the Phoenix -Real Estate Board.' J PERSONAL MENTION J ,;.,;.,t,.It.,i....;i.,t;,,i,...t.,;.,;;..;.,;,.,,;. Guests at the Hotel Adorns are: H. P. Carson, W. L. Peters, San Diego; A. P. Amaker, Denver; R. E. Beach, El Paso; J. C. Godwin, Boston; Fred Mickel, Jerome; H. E. Root, Los An geles; W. H. Daniels, Chicago; D. A. Wooley, Los Angeles: W. C. Wing, New York; T. F. Leidigh, Hutchinson, Kan.; B. M. Weitzman( Louisville, Ky.; F. . Evans, Mesa: E. G. Thomas, Los Angeles; W. ii. Taylor, St. Joseph; Ed C. Watt, San Francisco: E. F. Collins. St. Louis; J. Mandeville, Harry T. Walker, Joseph F. Morgan, Dubuque, Iowa: C. A. Knox, Wickenburg; Mr. and Mrs. George Lohb, Tempe. At the Ford are: O. E. Mabee, Win field, Kan.; D. Goldbaum, San Fran cesco; Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sawyer, Los Angeles; H. D, Weller, San Francisco; Mr. and Mrs. C D. Peppy, Florence; Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. R. Baehr, Prescott; Henry E. Lang, Kingman; C. F. Ryer, R. N. Morrell, W. M. Soneson, Prescott; L. E. Johnson, "'Flagstaff; C. L. Raymond, Los Angeles; W. X. Wells, Florence; D. H. Sherman, Christmas; 5 Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dunn, Los Angelas; H. C. Storey. Prescott. - At' the Commercial are: Leopold Morris, Victoria, Tex.; Mrs. C. E. Mor ris, Corpus Chrlsti; L Couch, Tucson; P. M. Shafer, William McCartney, Williams; Hugo Scharwenka, Cincin nati; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Clinksealer, Los Angeles; Charles H. Adams, Will iams; E. Vernier, Leadville; L. C. Snow, Snowflake, Ariz.; H. M. Haines, San Francisco; Edgar S. Lash, Flag staff; W. N. Snowden. Los Angeles; E. A. Lambert, Enfala, Okla. afternoon,' on indictments by the county grand jury. He is charged with the embezzlement of funds for the railway company wtule acting s its attorney. WHERE DO YOU GO THIS SUM MER? Have you read the display advertise ment of the Post Office . News Store about suit-cases in this issue? LATE RAILWAY LAWYER Spokane, April 22. Judge -M. J. Gor don, former counsel for the Great Northern railroad, was arrested this f EASTERLING The celebrated Teco "Ware should be seen at the Bide-a-Wee Sales Room, 33 Polk St. Phone Black 9532. THE PALACE WHITNEY UNDERTAKERS J til W. Wafclafe Ci, Pkeealx, Arise aa. Saloon. Pool and Billiards. jBudweiser on draught Old Crow, Mayfield. and Guckenhelmer Rye Whiskies are sold over the bar. JOHN P. BODET, Prop. ...H;,.;,..., it ,i 1 1 1 1 t.iH,,M..M"M- THE HOFFMAN CIGAR STAND, E. J. DOYLE, PROP. CIGARS, TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES. I Comer Broadway and Center. IIIIIIIIH 111 M"l"l"M"H"H,iHir t THE MISSION A , resort for gentlemen. The original BUDWE1SER BEER on draught. . FRANK CONNELLEY, Free." "VIAVI" representatives wanted for Phoenix, Tempe and Mesa. Mrs. M- A. Stevens, Mgr. .' ' 42;K. Fourth Ave. The HOFFMAN Everthlng First Class Famous Tony Faust Beer or Draught . JACK GIBSON, Proprietor, G. A. Streitz, County Surveyor. i STREITZ & THOMPSON CIVIL ENGINEERS U. S. Mineral Surveyors City, country and mineral sur veys. Mine work. Engineering designs. Estimates and Con struction. Room 6 Monihon Block. Phone Red 9241. ,;, ,;, ,, ,;, ,if fl ! M"M-fl i i ! H MOHN & DRISCOLL I :: I " FUNERAL !;; . ii direotors :: ,;, ,. ,;, ,t, ,;;, ,, ,;, ,;, ,t, ,;;, , .h-H-H; -L. J CHIROPODIST. Painless remoral onj t tonu, eu cents eaca Bunions, Moles and Warts, removed by electricity. Ingrow ing Toenails a sjto Ladles and Children or evenings. Between First , and Center St., on Adams. Phone Red 8072. FRANK SHIRLEY. freight and Baggage f in jn 7flMr u carefully and quickly handled. f If I I IJh IJlUlL -J Storage! At reasonable rates. X BW asWIIal daily. Hen, treated day etoraga'i At reasonable rates. Pioneer 'and Consolidated Transfer, and Storage Go. Baggage office.' IK North Center St ,. -.(telephone Main 142. General office, 42 South Center St Telephone Main 74. DRINK HEALTHFUL VITALIZING. THE ' NATURAL MINERAL WATER t