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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 24, 1909.
HH-HM-HH-H-H-- CLEARANCE SALE SPECIALS Matting, 30c quality, per yd. 20J Linoleum, regular price 85c. Per sq. yd 65 Mohogany L.brary Tables, nev er sold for less than $20. Extra special 12.50 Mission Dining Tables, 8 ft. ex tension. Excellent value at $20.oo 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 reg marly at $42.50. Special..... S35.00 j C. H. Davidson & Co. T. ture House. T t 4- 22-24 West Washington St. L i Phoenix, Arizona. a KRYPT0K FARVisioh i. ' IITTUrt!TT 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. E. Munson. WORMS IN CHILDREN cause stomach upsets, bowel disorders and other sickness and very often seriously retard their growth. NYAL'S WOEM 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 ua your orders. II I I I I I I U 1 1 M 1 1 I I I I I I I I I HOME BAKING COMPANY I M. J. PETTED, Mgr. Phone Main 231. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 ... The Airdome Tonight "A Warm Reception," a roar ing farce comedy ly 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 Watchrs and Jewelry. Prices reasonable. 25 per cent off on all Jewelry for teh days. Special sale. NAMNAM & BRO. 213 E. Washington St., Phoenix. t -HI lillllllll 1 H M 1 1 H ' ! Daily Weather Report THE WEATHER. Local Daily Weather Report for . The Republican. , Forecast for ToJay Generally fair: 'slightly warmer. Data for , twenty-four hours ending 5:30 p. m., yesterday: 5:30 5:30 a.m Baromlor, inches 2f.S7 Tvmpvrv.ture. degreos.52 Dew point, decrees. 27 Humidity, per cent.. 36 p.m. 29.S0 IS 9 NW 2 Wind direction E Wind velocity, miles 3 Rainfall, inches 0 .0 f AVeather Pt. Ckly Clear t Mean daily humidity 22 . Mean daily temerature 64 , . Highest temperature JS Lowest temperature 50 ' Total daily rainiaii uo Accumulated excess of temper ature since January I 41 de grees. Accumulated deficiency rainfall since January 1. lr .13 inches. L. X. JESUXOFSKY. Section Director. Of Local Interest A WEEK END VISITOR Mrs. Otis E. Young of Wendendale, with her lit tle son is spending a few days with friends in the city. THE OLD SETTLERS' PICNIC The Old Settlers" picnic will take place today at the camp meeting grounds in Brill's addition. VISITING DAUGHTER Mrs. Guy Bennett left yesterday for an ex tended visit to her daughter, Mrs. Thomas H. Sherrard of Portland, Ore. CALLED AWAY BF ILLNESS Seth : Byers, the court house janitor. It ft last night for northeastern Penn sylvania on intelligence that his sis ter is about to die. ROOSEVELT VISITORS Mrs. S. S. Thompson, daughter and son, of Roose velt, were in Phoenix yesterday on their way to California to live. Mr. Thompson will join them later. THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND LAMPS The Republican has not that many but It has a great many bicycle or auto lamps which people have found and brought here to be called for by the owners who will be ' received with open arms. RETURNING ODD FELLOWS For the last two days the delegates to the Grand lodge and Rebekah assembly of the I. O. O. F-, heiifthis week in Tuc son, have been coming back to Phoe nix in bunches and most of them are here or passed through on yesterday's trains to their northern homes. A few will remain here for a day or two long er visiting Phoenix friends. GOING AFTER IT For their part of the work in connection with the proposed railroad right of way between Phoenix and Buckeye, H. M. Lewis and C. B. King haTe undertaken to secure that section of the line from the Agua Fria river west to the terminus. They will leave for the lower country today to see how near they can come to de livering the goods. BIG CATTLE RANCH SOLD- John Hurley and Dell Crabb have brought the Blair cattle ranch and cattle, situated west of Prescott, the consideration being $30,000. Mr. Crabb had another large ranch in the same neighborhood and recently sold a portion of it for J 10,000, which gave him a nest egg with which to acquire a half interest In this larger property. DEPOT MAIL BOX A mail box has been put up at the M, & P. depot and those who are " late in posting their letters for the southern trains, or the Winkelman train, may now mail them at the depot up to ten minutts before the departure of trains when the box will be emptied by the postal clerk on the outgoing train. Those who are still further behind time may shove letters in the mail car during the last ten minutes, so that hereafter the southern mall will not be gone until it goes. MR. WISE CITIZEN A second ward tragedy of the bond election on Wednesday has leaked out. A cer tain leading citizen, who ranks high in the councils of the democratic party, and who believes in having things done right, was the first man to show up at the second ward pol ling place. He secured bis ticket and before he had time to repair to a booth to mark it. he grew interested in the conversation of the eleetion board members,, concerning the per fectly correct way of folding a ticket for deposit In the ballot box. "This is the way it should be done," he said, and proceeded to fold up the ballot in his hand, tear off the stub and hand to the judge and then drop the ticket in the box. And then another thought occurred to him. .ffSTj. COMPANYy To Close Out Dunsmores Iiemingtons Underwood ...$25.00 . . . 35.00 ... 40.00 See East Window THE JIcNEIL CO. PRINTERS, STATIONERS BINDERS Opposita Court House. "Damn It, I forgot to mark it," he said as he retired in disgust. PLEASED VISITORS Messrs. Bechely, Mandeville, York, Walker and Morgan of Dubuque, Iowa, concerning whose tour of the mining districts of western Arizona an extended mention was made yesterday morning, spent yesterday in automobiling over the val ley .and will probably leave for their homes today. They announce that they are delighted with all that they have seen and are wonderfully pleased with this remarkable agricultural section, as well as with the mining country. . RETURNED FROM WEDDING TRIP Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Stauffer returned yesterday from their wedding trip. They have been gone thirteen days and in that time have visited New Orleans, Chicago and Milwaukee. They did not visit Mex ico owing to the quarantine which was established in some of the ports. On their return over the Rock Island through New Mexico they ran through a snow storm which continued during the day. After a few days of sloppy weather in Chicago and a snow storm In New Mexico they were glad to get back to the land of sunshine. They were busily engaged yesterday in furnishing their new home at 919 North Center street. FIRST M. E. CHURCH The Sun day services at the First Methodist church in the morning will be an ob servance of Flower Sunday and the evening service will be devoted to a mass meeting at which addresses will be made explaining the general plan of the "Model City" and the Beth seda association, which is back of it. Among those who will speak at this meeting will be B. A. Fowler and H. B. Wilkinson. Rev. J. A. Geissinger will be unable to address this meet ing as he is severely ill at his home. It Is requested that flowers be brought to the church as early Sunday as possible. They are not for church decoration, but for 'the distribution among the sick rooms of the city. A NEAT FITTING SHOE 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 to get the Shoe you want you must come to a Shoe store. 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. A REGULAR AVALANCHE OF GERMAN POST CARDS Views of Phoenix and Surrounding Country at Balke's Big Curio Store. Those who want to see more post cards than they ever saw before, should call at Balke's Big Curio store. An installment of 400,000 was receiv ed yesterday from Germany forty different views, 10,000 of a kind. These are all views of Phoenix, the valley and the surrounding desert. This is by far the biggest lot of postcards ever brought to Phoenix and it is only the first installment of an order which the Big Curio placed with the most famous of Ger man postcard manufacturers. They are sold at a penny apiece. It may be said that these prices will not prevail very long so that those who want to avail themselves of them should call early. Another lot of matrix turquoise was received yesterday. The matrices were sent by the Big Curio store to Germany to be cut. So that they are native Arizona stones and have a special value on that account. A special price has just been made by the Big Curio on Russian brasses, with the view that they may be utilized as wedding gifts. It is a little early for June Weddings, but the brasses will keep, and beside, there will be weddings before June. Nothing would be nicer for a new made bride than one of these ele gant pieces. A specialty is also being made by the Big Curio store in graduation gifts of various kinds and the gradu ation season is now not far away. In the meantime, intending givers would do well to call and look over the wide variety of suitable gifts. There is some misapprehension growing out of frequent advertise ments of the cut price sale at the Big !urio store. Some have thought that Mr. Balke is preparing to quit the curio business. That is the farth est from his intentions, for the de mand for curios has increased with every month and he expects 4o en gage in the business much more extensively than ever. AViien he closed the Hotel Adams store and removed the stock to the main store he began trying to close out that stock at prices in which the profit had been entirely absorbed. The stock was new too, but there was too much of It for the room he had and there is too much yet, so that it has to be closed out. Speaking of the matter yesterday. Mr. Balke said that he believed that he had been specially ordained by providence as a purveyor of genuine and reliable curios andhe is not go ing to fly in the face of providence, j so that he will be found at the Big j Curio store for years to come. ItiHRTOB $L00to$25.0C Certainly Straw Hats More Straw Hats Still More Straw Hats Hundreds Hats Thousands Hats of Straw of Straw New Straw Hats Swell Straw Hats Fine Straw Hats Fashionable Straw Hats Stylish Straw Hats Conventional Straw Hats Fancy Straw Hats Expensive Straw Hats Inexpensive Straw Hats Elegant Straw Hats Splendid Straw Hats Plenty of Straw Hats Men's Straw Hats Straw Hats Certainly $1.00 to $25.00 The Hub The Smart Clothes Shop 18-20 West Washington POWERFUL Drugs of positive freshness and first quality are used in all our compounding. Bring your Prescrip- 1 tions here and get time medicine satisfaction. That X is Avhy we. are so busy all the time. Beautiful Complexion Cream of Flowers, 50c. . Sold only by ELVEY & HULETT . NEVER SUBSTITUTE. Same Phone Main 1. WHY RATES ON LUMBER SHOULD BE INCREASED Testimony in Case of Hill and Harri man Roads Against the Commission. Chicago, April . 23. The taking of testimony in the case of the Hill and Harriman roads against the interstate commerce commission, in which the railroads seek to prevent the commis sion from prohibiting a raise in lum ber rates east of the Missouri river, began here today before Special Exam iner BYederlck II. Dickson. J. A. Mun roe. freight traffic manager for the t'nion pacific, was the firtt witness. F. C, Dillard, counsel for the railroads, conducted the direct examination, and J. N. Teal, for the Oregon and Wash ington. Lumber Manufacturers' associ ation, cross-examined the witness. Mr. Munroe's testimony was in ef fect, that, although the Union Pacific made a profit on the freight handled, a proper proportion did not come from lumber.:' He-thoughtthe raihroads were entitled" to an advance in thV, rate on this commodity. Hand Made SADDLES & HARNESS Our Specialty. Look us over before buying. N. PORTER SADDLE AND HARNES8 CO. SPURS AND BITS. 4 West Washington 8t Talephona Main 69 WATERMAN'S FOUNTAIN PENS We have them in all grades froin $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, j give you a beautiful plate worth fifty cents, with every dollar purchase of I tea. I Money refunded if not satisfactory. Phone Red 2601 131 X. Center. VALLEY TEA t COFFEE HOUSE t 27 E. Washington St. f -. O, A sii r; 4 A ' POISONER CONVICTED He Killed His Employer Through the Mail. San Francisco, April 23. J. Walter Wilson, an electrician, , was found guilty tonight of murder in the first degree by means of poison sent through the mail to his victim, Harry J. Boas.-v The verdict was accompanied by a recommendation that the sentence be life imprisonment. j for RATS. MICE AND . Cockroaches : vse ' Stearns Electric Paste The only guaranteed exterminator of these pests. Money back ii it fails. S os. box Kc. 16 ot boxSl.00. Sold eTerywhere or sent express prepaid on receipt ot prioe. Stearns' Electric Paste Co. . Chicago, III. "IT'S THE KODAK" That brings past time 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.. With the becomes a housewife. Quick Meal Gasoline Range SAFE, CLEAN ADD ECONOMICAL They have proven themselves far superior to any gasoline stovt; 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 mm T I I I I I I I I H I I I I I I I I I I I I I I HI I I I I I I I 1 1 I I II H I I I I I I I I Tungsten Lamps E. THOMA MANUFACTURING CO. I Salesroom 22 S. Third X h 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 FEW SNAPS IN WRITERS. 1 No. 1 Monarch JrtS.OO 1 No." 6 Remington 50.00 2 No. 2 Smith Premier '. 50.00 1 No. 4 Smith Premier 55.00 1 No. 7 Remington 60.00 2 No. 3 Oliver 50.00 1 No. 6 Remington 5S.0O 1 No. 4 Densmore 45.00 1 No. 1 L. C. Smith 60.00 1 No. 4 Underwood 60.00 All in perfect condition. Just as good as new. Berryhiirs Big Book Store "The Thirsty Man's Retreat." Patronize Home In- i lustry. Help me, And save money, too. jby buying your j Trunk, Suit Case or Bag or us. Old Trunks taken In ex change. PTtOENIX TRUNK FACTORY. 433 W. Washington St.. Tel. Red 8394. WANT TO REST? Then spend your summer vacation at LOLOMAI LODGE on Oak Creek, the famous trout stream. A beautiful can yon with red sand stone walls, one thousand feet high and abounding in shady nooks and sylvan retreats. Cool sparkling springs of purest water bub bling from the canyon walls. Twenty miles from Flagstaff. A beautiful drive ! through the fragrant pine forest. Com- ! fortabie airy rooms in a delightful loca tion on the banks of the stream. Abun dance of fresh milk, eggs and vegetables fromthe ranch. Invalids not accepted. Terms $3.00 to $3.50 per day. Also meals separately. Write at once for accom modations if you wish to spend your vacation in the most restful, beautiful spot In Arizona. Open June, July and August. MRS. F. W. SISSON, Flagstaff - - - Arizona. TYPE- 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. N orris. Prop. 41 S. 1st Ave. 3Z The Choicest Foods, skillfully prepared; Chinese or American style. Complete meal 25c. ' Short orders. Open till 11 p.m. YE BEN'S FRENCH KITCHEN. Phone Fed 2021. 11 W. Washington St. J COOL COOKING approach of warm weather this serious problem to the average We offer a solution in our Hardware Store 8 rX 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. Wu have made many a watch as good as new which th owner had about made up his mind was not worth repairing. Bring in yours and have us' look; at it. Not only watches, but clocks and Jewelry, too. Our charges are mod erate. 6 anrf 8 East ' Washington Street. Avenue. Phone Main 361. i 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 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 DO AT D.W. Williams Grocery Co No. 42 No. 1t Ave. 16 lbs. Beet Sugar for..gl.00 15 lbs. Cane Sugar for.. 1.00 3 cans any kind of Lye....25? Columbian Pie Pumpkin, can 15 Gallon can Pie Pumpkin, 45 Gal. can Pie Blackberries 50c GaL can Pie Peaches 50- Gallon can Pie Apricots... Gallon can Pie Apples 45 Armour's Pork and Beans, can 10 Vancamp's Pork and Beans, can 10 Eggs per doz. 25 If you warn it quick Phone Main 173. 1. Prank J. O'Brien j Tacson. Branches In Phoenix and Nog-ales. Stocks, Bonds and Produe. Private Leased Wire to all Exchanges. R. a HIGHTOWER, Manafsr. 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 159.