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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 11, 1909.
1 1 1 1 1 1 in inn i i r Daily Weather Report J HAVE YOU EVER HEARD MaJael McRinley? Her record of "Golden Rod," one of her own compositions, Is one of the features of the Edison Record List for May- Now on sale. THE STORE THAT CARRIES THE STOCK. RAJRPYWtMON It Is the best made. It costs you no more, or even less, than an Inferior article, and Its value as a refrigerator makes its cost in dollars in significant. It is zinc lined and white enameled . and charcoal filled. It is hand somely finished in golden oak. It has metal shelves; removable waste pipe; pat ent removable trap; brass surface hinges; patent auto matic lift lever; brass locks; patent castors which will not drop out, but are easily re moved. The Alaska circula tion is scientifically perfect. Food is always cold and sweet there is no thick, stagnant, ill-smelling air in this refrigerator there can not be because of the con struction of the refrigerator and the arrangement of its air passages. The Alaska has won the highest awards at all the leading expositions, and there have been over 850,000 sold since 1878. Prices range from J 8.50 to IS5.00. C. H. Davidson & Co. 22-24 TV. Wash. St, Phoenix. 8v YOUR EYES are surely worth more to you than the price of a pair of Glasses. If you vaiue your eyes, have them properly fitted at once. Delay and your eyes may become so bad no glasses will help them; then you will always regret jt. We fit each eye separately and grind the glasses to suit the need of each eye. DR. E. MUNSON Optician. 11S West Washington Street. Moth Balls The time of year is here to put away your winter clothing. ."We sell Napthaline Balls that are the best to pre vent moths. 25c per pound. LARSON DRUG CO. N. W. Corner Center and Wash ington Street. 'HH l iM IH i 1 1 M'H'HU'Mtt If You Have Bread Troubles Try PETTID'S BREAD .S.Ht ill"! 'Hill Ml !"I1 1 i 1 1 III- Vaudeville and Pictures "IT'S THE SHOW" N HAMILTON BROS., Piano Tuners. With Wiley B. Allen Co., Inc. HlOltilEl THE WEATHER. Local Daily Weather Report for The Republican. Forecast for today Fair. Data for 24 hours ending 5:30 p. m. yesterday. 5:30 6:20 a.m. " p.m. Barometer, inches 29.73 29.58 Temperature, degrees. 62-' 88 Dew point, degrees... 36 26 Humidity, per cent.. 38 10 Wind direction E SW Wind velocity, miles 6 12 Rainfall, inches .0 .0 4 Weuther ..Clear Clear Mean daily humidity 24 Mean daily temperature 76 Highest temperature 91 .owest temperature 61 Total daily rainfall 00 4 Accumulated excess in tem- T T perature since January 1, 82 1 J, degrees. i. Accumulated deficienty inrain- 4- J fall since January 1, 1.28 inches. L. N. JESUN0FSKY. Section Director. I Of Local Interest i NEW HOTEL CLERK D. S. Rob ertson is the new clerk at the Ford hotel. He is a native of Scotland. VISITING GLOBE Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Kyle left today for Globe. Ariz., where they will visit their son for the next two weeks. RETURNED HOME Donald and Grace Kohl left yesterday morning on a business trip to Kansas City, Mo., to be gone about a month. A NEW CAR Dr. Francis H. Rede will has recently purchased a '09 Tourist. It will develop about thirty horsepower and is fitted with the most modern appliances. MOTHERS' MEETING The Child Study Circle of the Central school will hold its regular meeting on Thursday, May 13. at 3:30 o'clock. AH mothers are invited to attend this meeting. PRAYER MEETING The prayer meeting at the Crittenton Home to night will begin at 7:30 o'clock and will be under the leadership of the Young Peoples' society of the Chris tian church. OFFICIALS MOVING AROUND Governor Sloan and J. J. Riggs, citizen member of the board of control, went to Florence yesterday to note the pro gress of work on the penitentiary. Ter ritorial Secretary George I. Young left on this morning's train for I'rescott. COMMENCEMENT "AT INDIAN SCHOOL There will be twenty-three graduates at the commencement at the Indian school next Thursday. The principal address will be made by Prof. A. K. Stabler. The graduation exercises will begin at 8 p. m. and the public is invited to attend. DISTRICT COURT There was a short session of the district court yes terday, in which two divorces were granted. The parties to the first were Stella Keegan against William J. Kee gan. and to the other, Helen Simpson against In Simpson. In both cases failure to support was alleged. The trial Jury was discharged for the term. MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT Ellie Wilson had another of many motor cycle accidents. While on his way home near Wilson's Crossing on Sun day night, his unlighted machine ran off the end of a bridge. No one saw the accident, but a neighbor hap pened along that way soon after and found him unconscious. He was tak en to the house of a neighbor where he soon after regained consciousness and was later taken home. SHU E-ELLIOTT License was is sued yesterday to Charles E. Shue to Marry Miss Blossom Elliott. The wedding will take place tomorrow night at 8:30 at the home of the bride 740 East Adams street. The services will be performed by Rev. Mr. Geissinger. Mr. Shue has been a resi dent of the city for the last two years. He is employed by" the Pacific Gas and Eelctric company and he Is also a well known ball player, having been a member of the Woodmen team. A CHANGE OF BUSINESS Jesse R. Crain yesterday sold his news store, which he has conducted so successfully for several years, to F. B. Baptist & Co. Mr. Baptist has been a resident of the city for the last two years, and has established a large and favorable acquaintance, so that the success which Mr. Crain has enjoyed will likely con tinue. Mr. and Mrs. Crain will take a well-earned vacation and will then re- For Everybody Rotary Neostyle Automatically counts, prints and discharges a copy every second. A novice can operate. Let us demonstrate. THE McNEIL go, Territorial Agents. Phoenix. turn to the city, which they will con tinue to call home. NEW NOTARY Adamson Cornwall of Owens, Mohave county," was yes terday given a commission as notary public. ON THE JOB J. T. Tracy, the newly appointed auditor's clrek in the office of the territorial auditor, yes terday assumed the duties of his of fice. ; COMING TODAY Mrs. Geo. A. Mintz who went to Ventura, Calif., to attend the funeral of her nephew, Harold Ham, and K. V. Lybrook, her brother, who went to Seattle after the body of the young man, are expected home today. SPIRITUALIST MEETING Dr. Bennett Arlington, otherwise known as the Mystic Rabboni, psychic palmist and trance medium, held a spiritualist meeting In Melczer hall, Sunday night. Much phenomena peculiar to his faith and work was presented for the edifi cation of a large audience. He will hold a similar meeting in the same hall next Sunday night. INDIAN ENTERTAINMENT Have you ever heard an Indian song? If so, you will want to hear again the strange.barbaric Intonations In rhythm with the tomtom. If not, you now have an opportunity for such an ex perience. This evening at the Indian school there will be a program by In dians, which ought to prove interest ing to the public. Besides an ac count of Hopl life by a Hopl girl, there will be the Hopi story of Saqua vlcha, the Fox-girl, a Pima legend about the witch -who lived in the mountain and devoured children, and a number of songs by Pima, Hopi and Navajo young men and women. The Hopi Butterfly song, the Pima Song of the Flowers will be accompanied by dancing. This entertainment is the first of the Indian school anniversary exercises. Next Thursday evening the graduating exercises proper will be held at the school. The last cur will be held tonight, if necessary, for the conclusion of the entertainment. The admission to both exercises is free. vA 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 tliat 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. "G rov er's Soft Shoes" for tender feet. H. A. DIEHL SHOE COMPANY 8 West Washington St. THE INSURANCE The residence owned by Mrs. M. J. Jones that burned on East Adams street Sunday night was insured for $1000 and the occujiant of the building, W. W. Rich ards, carried a policy for $500 on his household furnishings. Both were tot al losses and naturally the insurance only partly covers, but it illustrates again that it was a good idea to-be insured. MR. POLLARD HERE D. W. Pol lard, territorial field secretary of the Y. M. C. A. for the territorial Jurist diction of that institution, arrived here yesterday for a more or less extended stay. Speaking of G. D. McDill, the International Industrial secretary who recently made a tour through the southwest, Mr. Pollard said he had taken steps for beginning industrial work among the men employed on the Owens river project for furnishing Cos Angeles with a water supply. He is now in the northwest in connection with other large plans for industrial work. A NEST OF ARIZONIANS W. H. Code, irrigation expert for the Indian bureau, who has been inspecting the work under his direction in this vicin ity for several days, was In Phoenix yesterday. He says that the wells at Sacaton are In fine condition, and he believes the Indians will shortly have a good water supply. Speaking of his headquarters in Los Angeles, he says the office is quite a mobilizing point for Arizonians. L. Salter, formerly a citizen of Mesa City, is a clerk In the office. Engineer C. R. Oldberg, form erly in charge of the work at Roose velt, in the reclamation service. Is now in his department of the Indian service, with headquarters in Los Angeles, as is Engineer J. W. Martin, who, as a member of the engineering corps of the reclamation service, had charge of the construction of the Granite Reef dam. Notice to Republican Subscribers. . . . Before going away on your vacation, do not fail to give orders to have The Republican follow you. No trouble to change your address as often as you wish. The Republican is 75 cents per month, (seven days a week.) Phone Main 47, and the circu lation man will do the rest. SALE SALE SALE SALE SALE Our entire summer purchase HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX Beautifully Hand-Tailored Two- and Th ice Piece Suits for men going this week at 25 Off SALE SALE SALE SALE SALE ;!; ; H ; t i i ; ;, l,HII..1tH,.l l.'l"r COME IX AND USE YOUR CORNER IT'S COZY. MANY PRETTY ARTICLES FOR THE I n rrrw nr i tit i SWEfcl UKAUUAlt See the window full of nn-to-date nrcsents It's . - - - f worth your while. ELVEY & HULETT QUALITY DRUGGISTS NEVER SUBSTITUTE 27 E. Washington St. Alkire Co. Old Stand. Phono Main 1. SEND US A MAIL ORDER YOU 'WILL BE PLEASED. iH"M"M"l"H' H"M-l-M"W'a"M"M"M" The Summer opens June 1st. THEY WERE JUST PLAYING A couple of weeks ago, when Carlos Al varez stabbed Jose Lopez to the heart, though it was not a fatal wound, the authorities were sure that they would be able to send Alvarez to the peni tentiary. There were two g-ye-wlt-nesses who told precisely how it was done, and Lopez himself believed that Alvarez intended to kill him. The pre liminary hearing of Alvarez took : lace yesterday before Justice Johnstone. All the witnesses, including Lopez, had changed' front. Lopez said they were merely "playing." They were good friends, and Alvarez would not have hurt him for the world. The two wit nesses who had said that Alvarez plunged the knife directly at Lopez's brea-st, yesterday said that he was was holding the knife in his hand and carelessly threw his hand to one side without noticing that Popez was in range. There was nothing in the cir cumstances to do but to dismiss the case, and that was done. PRIDE OF THE CAMPUS The Los Apgrles Times has an account of a circus held by the stutlcnts and faculty of Michigan university at Ann Arbor, in which it Is stated that Neil Mc Carthy, of Phoenix, was the l:ero of the campus. One of the features of the circus was the Roman chariot race, and McCarthy drove the horses, mak ing a huge hit as a charioteer. The circus was a great success, the cowboy riders from the western states and a stage hold-up being some of the more picturesque of th3 acts. Neil McCar thy and Alexander Baker, son of Judge Hand Made SADDLES & HARNESS Our Specialty. Look us over before buying. N. PORTER SADDLE AND HARNESS CO. 8PURS AND BITS. 4 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 "Yisiiin" Day A real good cup of tea, a dainty bite to eat and just a little bit of healthy gossip that is the way to make a real success of your day "at home." We supply everything Ixit the gos sip, and our reputation for fine TEAS AND COFFEES has already started that. Valley Tea & Coffee House Phone Red. 2601 ' I I H-H-H -V I I 1 1 M 1, ..M. V f .-L- . A Term of - J - 1 A. C. Baker, are both juniors in the law school, and both expect to take their post-graduate work at Columbia. Neil is a brother of Roy McCarthy, who is employed with Talbot & Hub bard. One of the Essentials of the happy homes of to-day is a Tast fund of information as to the best methods of promoting health and happiness and right living and knowledge of the world's best products. Products of actual excellence and reasonable claims truthfully presented and which have attained to world-wide acceptance-through the approval of the Well-informed of the World; not of indi viduals only, but of the many who have the happy faculty of selecting and obtain ing the best the world affords. One of the products of that class, ot known component parts, an Ethical remedy, approved by physicians and com mended by the Well-informed of the World as a valuable and wholesome family laxative is the well-known Syrap of Figs and Elixir of Senna. To get its beneficial effects always buy the genuine, manu factured by the California Fig Syrup Co., only, and for sale by all leading druggists. I it ts. MILLER-STERLING COMPANY Successors to E. L. Andrews & Son. 9-11 East Washington St. Carpet Sweepers at Cost We have decided to discontinue our line of Car pet Sweepers. These are the celebrated STER LING make, and in order to close them out quickly we offer the entire line at a great sacrifice. YOU WILL HAVE TO HURRY. , TALBOT & Hardware Store 1 1 1 1 1 1 u I I I I I I I I It I I I I II I Tungsten Lamps E. THOMA MANUFACTURING CO. I Salesroom 22 S. Third A I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I M Kodaks Now is the time to buy that Kodak for your sum mer trip. We will give you free instruction. $1.00 to $35.00 Berryhill's Big Book Store "The Thirsty Man's Retreat." rGINGER SNAPS 25c per Box. BLACKBERRIES Fresh shipments re ceived daily. A. WETZLER Phone Main 259. 35 W. Washington St. Frank J. O'Brien BROKER. Tacsoa. Branches In Pboanls and Nogales. Stocks, Bonds nd Produee. Private Leased "Wire to all Exchanges. R. D. HIGHTOWER, Manafer. Phoenix Office. Phone Main 232. Hotel Adams. ELECTRIC FANS Sold, Rented and Repaired. ARIZONA ELECTRIC CO. Tel. Black 8534. V. R. Norrie, Prop. 41 S. 1st Ave. YOU'LL GET THE BEST ? There's quality about what we have to serve and excellence about v ' the way we serve it. , - ', Phone Red 2021. - 11 W. AVashington St. 4- YE BENS FRENCH KITCHEN. J Ml Mini HffMffMslls HUBBARD 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. Not only watches, but clocks and jewelry., too. Our charges are mod erate. 6 and" 8 East Washington Street M I I I I I I I I n I i n I I I I I I I I I I 9 Avenue. Phone Main 361. I I I I 1 1 H I I i M I I I II I I I I I I I M HELLO! Say did you see those whips? No. 1 stock boiled 50-ccnt in oil. Jut-t the tiling for Arizona, at MORDEN'S BIG SECOND - - HAND STORE 401 East Washington. WHAT MONEY WILL DO AT D.W.Wiiliams Grocery Co No. 42 No. let Ave. 18 lbs. Beet Sugar for..gl.00 15 lbs. Cane Sugar for..gl.OO i cans any kind of Lye 25? Columbian Pie Pumpkin, can 15fc Gallon can Pie Pumpkin, 45 ? Gal. can Pie Blackberries 50 Gal. can Pie Peaches 50 Gallon .can Pie Apricots... 4o? Gallon can Pie Apples 4oC Armour's Pork and Beans, can 10 Vancamp's Pork and Beans, can 10 Eggs per dot 2oC If you want it quick Phone Main 173. 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. SL Phone Main 159. H i l l I I 1 I' '!: 11 1 1 1 .' 111 1 M I I ! ! nrif Air i i r 1 i r ::KC1UUYAL 2AU : : We are eroin to sell t our entire stock of I Wines, Liquors and Cigars at 25 per cent :; discount. Fixtures also for sale. California Wine & Liquor Co. ; 19 South Center Street ii, M., IIMIHI'tilllllll h i, H"H"t niinniiiinni .1. si I Orange Trees f At Burrough's Flower Store. I 114 E. Adams St. 4 1H11 ii 1 1 1 m i in 1 1 1 1 1 1 a (