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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 11, 1909.
J M BATH TUBS ARE IMPOSSIBLE ON I Regular $8. 00 and $10.00 Values SA- (viv .'. f t While Families With $700 a Year Can Afford Neither Fuel Nor Gas. AN INCOME OF LESS Iff . . U than $i f oo. I I WSmZrV' i tseaUf,tu Two-Piece j & jz q. mmmmk,- V Linen Tub Suits a w pfgf I r. 1 S - wc - :v. rs Xtuv York, May 4. (Special cor respondence of The Republican.)- Figures which have just been com piled here dealing with the cost of living" in this city as compared to the country in general not only show, for the first, time, just how any given income is distributed, but also reveal tome astonishing details of the method of living among the classes which they cover. The figures deal with in comes ranging from $"W a year to $120 and are 'divided int five classes JlOn apart. Based on all five classes the figures whore that the average part of the -income spnt for rent is 21 per cent in New York as compared to 17 per cent for the whole country; 4.j per cent for food as compared to 43 per cent for the whole country, while for ; clothing the figure is the same in both cases, that is, 14 per cent. In the ca.se of incomes of $300 or Jfloo, the balance is much heavier against New York, rent taking one-quarter more than elsewhere and food considerably less, not because food is cheaper, but because there is less to spend on it. Details of the mode of living possible with the incomes mentioned leads to the conclusion that considerably less is actually gotten for the money here i.s compared to the whole country. This is borne out by statements ap pearing in the report which show that in this city half the Jiloo families and more than one-third of the $?ou fami lies cannot afford to buy fuel but gather it on the streets. One-third of the JSwi families cannot afford gas. only one family in ten in the Jiloo group and only one family in six in the $7oo group spends anything on the rare of the teeth. Perhaps the most astonishing fact of all is that no more than three-fourths of the families with incomes of $Iloo or less bath tubs are beyond their mentis that is, are not included in the standard of living. S .1 8 Sr certainly is a wonderful offering today. A bargain that brings the popular Boston Store again to the notice of those who need to save money on their purchases. These Suits are of linen anil linen finished materials, in such desirable shades as blue, pink, green, champagne and white. Beautifully made and trimmed in the. latest ef fects. Not a suit in this lot ever sold for less than 8.00; others as high as . 10.00, and as the-assortment is limited we urge you to call early this morning. Your Choice of Any Style Today for $4.90 g at,.' J t 5 :i,-t, r ? i r .. will t : .; r : n $ $5 House Dresses) $J.50 House Wash Dresses of Lawn find IukIi grnde Percales, both liKht and dark colors, trimmed , with bands and braids; $i.r,o toi i $3.00 values; today SI. 50' 75c Silk Gloves 39c omen's Pure Silk Cloves, all of the loading shades, including smoke, grey, navy, black, cham pagne and others; regular value 75c a pair. Special 3t)(!' ' : Children 's Muslin 25c Mercerized Drawers 12 t-2c Drawers for infants and chil dren, splondidiy made of good muslin and priced today cheiiper than you can make them. Spe- cial Poplin 15c This material is much- in favor ) mi account of its splendid qual ities. Clinics in all leading shades uud sells everywhere for li.istuii Store price today 12 l-2 '"! 15 The ancient and honorable janitor joke is on its last legs if the pro posals f the members of the janitor guild in this city boar fruit. At a meet ing of the Janitors" Society of New York, the arbiters of life so far as it exist in apartment and office build ings, are to consider plans first to show up the shortcomings of the ten ant, second for his education, in order that he may cooperate more harmoni ously with his janitor. While the os tensible purpose of the agreement is supposed to be indicated in the an nouncement that it is "to establish a working agreement between janitors and tenants" the latter insist that tlwy are the ones who have always been worked by the janitors. The tenants are now considering a rival organiza tion to protect what they are pleased to call their rights. The suggestion is being considered as a result of the re cent happenings in Turkey to organize the 'Young Tenants" to oppose further extension of the already autocratic powers of the Abdul Hamids other wise the janitors. It seems probable. o Wwii.,jiti'iUi. nntfe nun m" mm j wj)b - TP 1 inr: Hi f 2 ' W f 'v. thrP Ufi I In pitrrvniP u-tth if tVur. iaD oinm MU M I'UDIli'aiKilis T. in or tl-, L ,..:.u u ,-u . .1: " "-i U'l.lllfi flll fl l IH- UMUlfS uieir uomain. ,.r th.. .ir...,i., r.i 1... .1. Snme f the streams earried tlimirti The New York fire d p.irtjnent is the rotten roof and rats l gan to on the lookout for a Pied Piper and drop with the water on the fr.eads of anyone who can successfully fill' the !tho Italians that had massed tlirm position will be one of the most pop-' selves in front of the burning huild ular members of the smoke-eating ing. They broke in panic and ran iorie. j no reason tor tins situation for their homes. The fire wa iniensnieu tins week when the ully extinguished but after the bites tire department took part in the must inflicted by the rodents were counted. curious as well the naked eve. no matter how keen. In addition to being an extraordinary specimen of the art of printing, the book is of value, because it contains many words that cannot be found in the average dictionary. AVords. with the meaning of which all are familiar have been omitted. In their places are was fin- many words now obsolete. The book. was published in Scotland and dedi cated to a "Mrs. Kendall in fuipreeia- is one of the most ' the firemen, who are still WMTtiltir tn tion of kindle eilciilir:lf elil,nt fiven In dangerous fights in its history, and see whether poisoning will ensue, de- I the production of tiny articles of which that not against flames but against eided that they would rather fight any i she has a unique collection." W Inch 1 kind Of a fire than rjits Henee the' n rats. Truck number twenty. relonded to a fire alarm in the East ! demand for a Pied Piner. -Side district, discovered before the HY PAGE VISITING PHOENIX Hy Page, agent of the Sonora raiiroad In Jaavmas, and formerly with the Southern Pacific here as city ticket agent, returned on Sunday to lie with Airs. I'rige. who is quite ill in St. Jo seph's hospital. Sweet Arizona oranges, $2.50 a box Crump's. 1 o Saloon. Pool and Billiards. . POST CARDS. PHOENIX VIEWS, ! Budweiser on draught... Old Crow, 1c. EACH. PHOENIX VIEW BOOKS, ! Mayflelo and Ouckenhelmer Rye 15c. EACH. AT THE BIG CURiO, ON Whiskies pre sold over the bar. ADAMS ST. JOHN ?. BODET Prep. 200 NEW OAK KEG MISSOURI PICKLES $1.10 EACH. McKEE'S CASH STORE. Did you ever try our big. cold affair was over that it had really resHnded to a rat alarm. The fire While repented attempts to pass a law establishing a theatrical consor- m question occurred in the mouldy j ship in New York hive alwavs ended shack of a junkman, which was filled jn failure, the city now 1i;ls a board of with all kinds or junk. Hardly had j censors w hich effectivclv regulates one the firemen entered when e-rotten 1 important field of theatrical j-nlertain-flooring broke under the weight of the; mem. not railv for the metropolis, but battalion chief. There was a fiueak f,,r the whole countr.-. This censoring and something with shining dots for ! authoritv was created, however, not eyes ran up his legs. Then the men ! nv ieRPi enactment, but bv co-opera-saw others hundreds, they say. In I tion between the People's Institute and tile light of the fire they could be Seen th i.,ti,, xi, .,! n,.f.,i tnATT-afA tUti tin.- i.-.'ll l.n : : .1 - . T " I ' 1 ....... i.,-.. v.,.. ..c 1 Miuininiis up uiroMgn no.es jii;ine;an organi: promptly nipped since the power of the janitors in this city is so complete that the persons who depend on them for light, heat. Ice, milk, and all other supplies will hardiy Caie to run the risk of having them cut off by any ac tive opposition. It is rumored that one of the first demands of the organized janitors will be for a more dignified treatment, at the hands of humorous publications, under penalty of refusing floor, scuttering through the ."smoke along the rafters, tumbling in. suffo cation down the pile -f smouldering rags. The rats climbed up the fire men's boots and worried away under their coats. Some dropped from- the ceiling on their helmets. The chief i::ation including the compa nies that produce nine-tenths of all the views exhibited In the seven thou sand moving-picture shown through out the country. This action was tak en because of objections to the char- j acter of some of the scenes displayed, i I As a result, although the standing of i promptly Issued orders to let the fire , tht censors is entirelv c xtr.t-off icial. no burn and turn the streams on thf' . . ... sent out cy any 01 me BAGGED A RHINOCEROS. Xairobi, May 10. Col. Roosevelt bagged a bulky rhinoceros and al.o fifteen other varieties of game in his latest expedition. The rhinoceros was rushing him when ho fired at fourteen paces. o DAUGHTERS OF THE REVOLU-I TION. Boston, May 10. The third annual j convention general of the Society of j Daughters of the Revolution opened today. The dy was devoted to pass ing on credentials. The regular work will begin tomorrow. o . See Dr. Swlgert for correct glasses. j 17 E. Adams St. Phone Red !4S1. ' T . POST CARDS, PHOENiy VIEWS. 1c EACH. PHOENIX VIEW BOOKS. 15c. EACH. AT THE BIG CURIO, ON i ADAMS ST. "VIA VI" representatives I Lemonades Flavored With wa?t?rd for plloenix' Tcmre ! . . ana -.uesa. urape Juicer t 4 burn and turn the streams on thf rats and after that the water ploughed the length of the floor and searched STOMACH TROUBLE NEARLY KILLED A MICHIGAN WOMAN scenes are principal manufacturers of films un less they first receive the approval of the board of censors. The task of the latter is by no means easy, for they j . have to examine several miles of films ' j each week. As fourteen separate pic- j T tures pass the eye each moment while j 4 j the machines are in motion, the cen- i t i sors thus far have looked upon a trifle !i ! of 3,3i'i,0)0,(j0(i pictures in examining j ? I also used manv remedies, but thev i the forty-six und a half miles of film f Mrs. John Lease, a Highly Respected Woman of Eaton Rapids, Tells of were like the doctors' prescriptions mat nave passed under tneir lnspec Terrible Suffering. She Says: ! up to the time that I tried Mi-o-na. i tion. -THis is a record that should sat- i Mi-o-na gave me strength and helied ' isfy even the most ardent follower of my stomach from the start. Soon the the nickelodeon attractions, nervousness and weakness commenc- To ray that my life was saved after I bad used ili-o-na is not put ting the matter too strongly, as the ed to disappear and I became strong, I - wearing a dictionary as a watch doctors pronounced my case cancer the pains and distress went away. I charm would seem to be a task for a of the stomach and when I commenc- had some appetite, and my food would giant, yet that is exactly what one ed using Mi-o-na I was bad off and digest properly. N'cw York man has been doing for . too weak to last long. i I used about three hexes of Mi-o-na twenty years and without any incon- Stomach complaint bothered me for and there was scarcely any of the venience. The explanation lies not in j over seven years, the cramps and trouble left. I the size of the man, who is only of j It is nearly two years, and there a vcrr.;?e build, but in the lack of size has not been any return of the dis- I of the dictionary, which Is believed to ease, worth notice, and for this ri a- be the smallest publication of its kind IT I eive this statement and say . in the world and one of the smallest A pains were terrific, and were more acute in the forenoons, my digestive organs did not properly digest my food, and gas formed, I became weak, languid and very nervous, and used to tremble and shake like an aspen leaf. This nervousness run me down speedily. At times the gas would son that Mi-o-na is a reliable cure for of books of any kind. The tiny vol stomach trouble, and also t cant er of ume, which contains over three hun , the stomach if I had cancer as the tired p.ges, measures one-third of an doctors said I had. October 27, l!ns. inch in thickness, three-quarters of an Stomach distress, belching, w lint on inch in width and one and one-six teenth inches in height, and Including the words used in the definitions, has more than eight thousand words be- is guaranteed by Iirson Drug . tween its covers. It is enclosed in a to cure indigestion or money silver case in the form of a watch fob. a canefcr of the stomach, and that it back. It gives instant rel:ef. ;u in the cover of which is 'a powerful was only a matter of short duration cents a large box. Mi-o-n.i is sold . magnifying glass, since the print used before I would be no more. make a pressure on my heart and I stomach, sour stemach, coated toiifUe would think my hours were numbered, smd biliousness are quickly baJiished I doctored with the very lest physi- when Mi-o-na is used. cians but there seemed to be no help i It for me and they thought that I had Co. I by leading druggists every where. We Lave the new Vest Pocket Edition of the Gilette Safety Razor and would like to show it to you. One would be a dandy rit't for him just before that vaca tion trip. Adams Pharmacy Henry B. Cate, Mgr. In Hotel Adams. Tel M 243. DRINK HEALTHFUL VITALmNG VI-TQ-ZON THE NATURAL Try one. It's one of the tno:.t de licious and refreshing drinks ever made. You'll be sure to like it. ONLY 10 Have you tried that stimulating 4. drink we have been teliing you about 51 that wonderful strength building drink made of Malted Milk, Sweet ! Milk, Ice t'ream. Egg. Chocolate, Kruit and flavoring s-erved with wafers? MAKES AN EXCELLENT LUNCH. pecially good for men or women ' , who feel "all in." j, ! Lets of other drinks, too, served in e nest and most sanitary style. ICE CREAM, SUNDAES, CORNU- t- : COPIAS. ij Oct your Cornucopias here where von fret tickets which entitle von to free ones. Mrs. M. A. Stevens, Mgr. 42 X. Fourth Ave. rZrrri Strongest and -r aim 5 . wl V 1 ; tin 1 ? '-zrfT&iL'rJ' lightest trunk mad PHOENIX TRUNK FACTORY. 433 W. AVash. St. telephone r.eu S:!S4. The eelebrated Teco Ware should be seen at the Bide-a-Wee Sales Room, Phono Black 33 Polk St -5 MINERAL WATER 4 4-h-h:-hw--h-h-' ! Postoffice News Store EASTERLIES & WHITNEY UNDERTAKERS t h---h-h-h-h: I I I 1 I I I ! 1 : t- THE HOFFMAN CIGAR STAND, E. J. DOYLE, PROP. I CIGARS, TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES. Corner Broadway and Center. Xj is so small that it cannot -be read by ; ) El 1 M 1 From Hilderbran's are Gifts of Quality No matter what it is Brooch, Pin, Ring, Sterling Silver Novelty, Diamond or anything else in our enormous stock. If it is from Hilderbran's it's all right. EVERYTHING GUARANTEED. The Mail order Store :-H-H-:-I-H---r---K-X-!-4-:"r- i Window Awnings r Store Awnings V Porch Awnings x Ninth' Avenue, near Woodland Avenue. fa.hilderbrAn y C9MPANT i -H--:-:--K-:-:--K---K-jx-5-H-x-:--i- CMIROPOlJ.S -.. ,. I'alnleas rmovai ot Corns, 60 cnts each. Bunions, Moles and T.rts, removed by ' electricity. Ingrow ' bnff Toenails a spe cialty. Men, Ijidles and Children treated day or erenlngs. Between First and Center St on Adams. Phone Red 8073. FRANK SHIRLEY. The HOFFMAN Ei erthlng First Class Famous Tory Faust Eecr on Draught JACK GIBSON. Proprietor. May Tuesday, Utk9' Arizona -School of Music Orchestra 25 Instruments. Best Soloists in City, Including' Mr. Eug'ene Redewill, Miss liughes, Mr. Keep, Miss Aline Redewill, Mr. Karl Heinrich. Redewill Quintet (Instrumental), Y. M. C. A. Quintet (Vocal). Reading's, Mr. Hig'g'ins. GENERAL ADMISSION 50c wnwwwa