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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 16, 1909.
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN Published Evary Day In tha Ymp By THE ARIZONA PUBLISHING COMPANY. GBO. W. VICKERS. Prea, A Gen. Mgr. Exclusive Morning Associated Press Dispatches. Publication office: Corner Second and Adams Streets. Telephone Main 47. Entered at the poa toff Ice at Phoenix, Arisona, as mall matter of the second class. ' SUBSCRIPTION RATES. By mall, dally, one year fl.OO Weekly, one year , XOt Ctsh In advance, BT CARRIER. ' Dally, per month 75 cts. The Arisona Republican Is n sale at all of Amos' street news stand wagons In Los Angeles, San Diego, and Long Beach. niOEXIX, ARIZONA. MAY 1, 1909. LET US SEE THAT SCENERY. A correspondent of the Globe Silver Belt writes that along a section of the proposed extension of the Phoe nix & Eastern to San Carlos the scen ery is so grand and wild that it riv als that of the Grand Canyon. That is probably true, but whether it is or not, we hope that the Southern Pa cific will give us an opportunity to see it soon. We are interested in scenery somewhat but the people of this valley are much more intensely interested in the early completion of that road, for other than scenic rea sons. Though there is, we understand, lit tle impressive scenery between Parker and Bengal we are also interested in the early construction of that link in the route by which Phoenix is to be promoted to the position of a main line point. We are encouraged though to believe that that link will be sup plied shortly; that construction of the A. & C. extension will be begun early next fall. But for main line purposes that link would not be at all effective un less we should have that other link connecting the present end of the P. & E. track with San Carlos. When this is accomplished the most of our grievances will have been met. REVISION AT HOME AND ABROAD Other countries are having revision troubles of their own. We learn from our esteemed contemporary, the Lon don Times, that the matter of the revision of the Prayer-book is being agitated over there. The Prayer-book being in a way a national institution it must be revised if at all by par liament. Though it is admitted that the Prayer-book is somewhat behind the march of progress and ought to be brought up to date, the same objection to its revision at this time is offered that was urged by our stand-patters against the election of a democratic congress to tinker with tariff. When there is to be a re vision of the tariff it musl be sup erintended by its friends. It is point ed out by the friends of the Prayer book that there is such an array of 'Jews, infidels and heretics" in par liament that to use an expression of the street, the things they might do to the Prayer-book would be a plenty. In view of this warning there is a disposition among churchmen to stand pat and let the Prayer-book alone un til happier times. In view of the fact that Judge Snider is a defendant in a federal action at Kansas City, the Bisbee Miner thinks it was a fortunate thing that he was defeated last fall for as semblyman from Pinal county. Tak ing no notice of the fact that Judge Snider is not yet a proved offender, we may say it was a good thing to defeat every democratic candidate, in which, respect taking things by and large, Arizona was not very fortunate on election day. The Albuquerque Journal apologizes for an error of one of its printers who concocted the headline "Travel ing Towel," referring of course to the Masonic trowel, which is making a tour of the world. The Journal says the mistake was not inexcusable, doubtless on the ground that it was not unnatural. The traditional print er's towel Is able to stand alone. It's only a step to traveling. They're even charging rent against Castro for the palace he occupied at Caracas. In order to make the books balance this item will later be transferred to the profit and loss ac count. Only four days more of registration for the bridge election. H'l'i"M"H"H"l"H"H ! I I M i l H"1' LITTLE JAMES A 1 1 111 I1 1 H M1 M"H' Mil! 'I'M- (Concerning the Faunal Investigations now in Progress in Africa.) I ast my Paw "Wot's a Fonnal Nacherlist 'at I heer so much about?" My Paw he Replize; "It's hard fer to describe th' Fonnal Nacherlist so's 'at you'd Undertsand, but if we was in Afriky I could Show you wun. The only Fonnal Nacherlist 'at I ever seen wore Specttlckles an' Reverie of his most Pronounced feechers was his Teeth an' a Agressif Manner an he had a Avershun to Octypusses which he was a huntin' Incessantly. He had lots of 'em up a Tree but I be leeve they all came down agin an' Escaped. This Fonnal Nacherlist was Mister Rooseyfelt which sez 'at he's ago in' to Afriky to study th' Fonny of that Re jun which he hopes he wont find so Elusif as th' Octypusses. Frum th' Reports 'at I heer by wire his Investy- gashun has been Crouned with Suxess. "He's got Speciments of Lines an' Hartebeestes an' Wildebeestes an' Rlnoseriouses an' Hypotymusses an' most evry kind of Fonny what they is. Th' Corryspondents which sends out lists of .th' Fonny 'at's been Killed aint Menshuned nothin about anv Poler Bares yit but I'm sure 'at th' Corryspondents if they Is onto their Jobs wont never let Mister Rooseyfelt leeve Afriky without some Poler Bares an" Raindeers an' a few Yokes of Muskoxen. "Accordin" to the reports, Mister Rooseyfelt aint mist a Shot yit. Every bullet has went Strate to a Vittle Spot 'so's at thej aint been a Cat tridge wasted." I sez to my Paw 'at it seems to me "at th' Fonnal Nacherlist is a Crool Bizness an' he Replize 'at it aint Nessarily so, but he sez 'at Mister Rooseyfelt is a workin' some Hard ships onto th" Fonnys of Afriky 'at mite a been Avoided. Frinstance. all th' Annymules which had been Aprized "at a Fonnal Nacherlist was a comin' to Investigate 'em gathered at Sir Alfred Pease's Ranch like they expected Mister Rooseyfelt was a Vetrinary Sergeant 'at was comin' to see what was th' matter with 'em. They was so thick 'at Mister Rooseyfelt cuddent shet his eyes an' Shoot without a Line or a Elefunt gittin' in th' way an' stoppin' th' Bullett. Mister Rooseyfelt I understand has left to go to George McMillan's ranch an' of course all th' Animules 'II haf to nuke th' Long an' Arjuous Jurney or else Brake up th' Menajry. It'd be easier fer Mister Rooseyfelt. an a lots Eesier fer th' Fonnys if Mister Rooseyfelt' 'd persood his Investyga shuns where he was, without draccin' them Wile Beests all over Afriky." I sez. "I see 'at Kermifs killed a Cheeter." "Yes," sez My Paw "an" Accordin' to the Hearst papers he licked wun on th' Bote on th' way Over. Th' Cheet er wasn't a Playin' Pokt-r accordin' to th' Rools an' Kermit was too good a Amerrycan to stand fer it. By th' way, th' Annymules in Afriky's got Kermit'n name Rong. They call him Kismet, which meens in th' Languidge of th' East 'It's Fait, we aint got to die but wunst an' now's th' time.' " LITTLE J.VMES. Sweet Arizona oranges, J2.50 a box Crump's. Silk Toilet Paper 1 doz. large size Rolls for 90c Two days sale only at this price. KROUSKOP'S 5 POINTS GROCERY Phone Main 270. FARMERS, MINERS, PROS PECTORS, ATTENTION. I have the reputation of being your best outfitter in the city. I know what you need. I know how much of each article you need. I know how to select goods economically. Call, and we will make up the order to your satisfaction. If not able to call, send list and I will select goods, pack and -ship to you promptly. Coffee and tea a specialty. FRANK GRIEBEL'S 218 W. Wash. St Phone M. 43 The Second Hand Man Tes, Massie & Sons are all second hand men. Just try us and see. We'll buy everything you have to sell. AVe beat the auctions for prices. Just try us and see. Here is a big puzzle for you. AVe pay tha highest price for goods and sell for the least money. But we are still able to get our three meals a day. We have new Iron Beds, Springs, Mattresses, Cots, Rugs, Hammocks, Dressers, Rockers, Chairs, Extension Tables, Stoves and Dishes and Graniteware. Massie & Sons 114-116 W. Washington St. Phone Main 257. PROPER ADDRESSES FACILITATE SERVICE Greater Efficiency in Delivery of Mail May Be Easily Secured. For those who desire prompt deliv ery of their mail it Is now more' than ever necessary that the addresses should be complete with street and number, even If one be an old and well known citizen. As heretofore explained, most of the mail from the south is sorted for city distribution by the postal clerk between Maricopa and Phoenix, so it is ready to turn over to the carrier as soon as it arrives in town. Formerly the sort ing was nearly all done by the dis tribution clerk in the office, who Is always on duty, and knows everybody, or as near it as one person can. He could distribute half the mail without any address except the name. But with the railway service it Is different. The postal clerks are chang ed frequently, and there are three of them who alternate on the run, liable anytime to be sent anywhere. It is easy to comprehend that a new clerk or even an old one with a lot to do be sides studying the names of people, cannot know everybody and just where he lives. He has a schedule of the city with which he is familiar and all letters bearing street and number are thrown accordingly. He also throws the mail of well known firms and in dividuals he may happen to know. The rest is dumped into the office for dis tribution and consequent delay. The service is better now than ever be fore, but its efficiency can be still im proved if the incoming letters are fully and accurately directed. Only mail for the transients and new people will then be turned in for local distribution, and much time can be saved. PATHFINDER BROKE DOWN. The Car Was Stranded in the Wilds of Mexico. El Paso. May 15. The Pathfinder car in the flag-to-flag race broke down at Sierra Mama, fifty-seven miles southwest of Juarez, yesterday at noon. William MrCMrtnn and J. G. Howard, guides, walked forty-seven miles to Candelaria on the Mexican Central railroad, where they caught a train for El I'aso and anived to night. Howard started back immediately on horseback with food and water for the two members of the party who stuck to the car without pro visions. -o- WEATHER TODAY. Washington. May 15 Weather fore cast for Arizona: Fair Sunday and Monday. Needs no Gasoline or Repairs. Columbus Electric "My Lady's Car" Central Auto Co. Main 345. lion t let your irlumbmff before see ing us. We -can save you money, and ev ery job we do is guaranteed. GREER-STARK PLUMBING CO. 217 W. 'Wash. St. Phone Red 3361. Send in your repairs. SILKS They are done' by hand in our laundry, and it's the only way to do them. Try us for fine silk work. HWW-H"I I' M I"I 1 I I I U-fr. Austin & Souther, 53 State St., Boston. . .Members Boston Curb Exchange. Orders executed and Informa- t tlon furnished on all listed stocks. Our market letter with Inter esting facts concerning; VULTURE upon application. HuH"!'! il'H 'I'M1 1 'H-fr-KM-H-fr Beautiful Spanish Dancer Gives Praise to Pe-ru-na. X TERVOTTS prostration is usually the J Perana is not a beverage nor a bitters, IN result of a vocation which requires a ' continual strain on the nervous system. In snch cases it would be wise if a Change of vocation could be made. But this is not always possible and a good tonic becomes a necessity. Peruna is a tonic that invigorates Without producing a drug habit. TOWS fSMt. .iA-pit- y-tfilff . Hi- hi , ' Miss Pilar Monterde l'raiscs Pcnina as a Tonic. A letter sent to the Peruna Drug Mfg. Miss Pilar Monterde, is as follows : Teatro Principal, City of Mexico, A'ov. 3, 1905. The Peruna Drug Mfg. Co., Columbus, Ohio, U. S. A. Gentlemen ; Having used your justly celebrated remedy, "La Peruna, " for some time, I have the pleasure of informing you that I consider it the best tonic I have ever used. It is a wonderful fortifier of the nerves after exhaustion and it in' creases the vitality of the whole body, and in my own case has produced the most complete end permanent restoration. It Is also pleasant to the taste. do not hesitate, therefore, to as the best and most pleasant tonic Yours very BUSY DRUG STORE A. L. BOEHMER'S N. E. Cor. Center and Washington, Open Until I Mid- I POST CARDS NEW IDEAS "We have just received a shipment of Reider's Postals the like of which have never been seen in Phoenix. See the side window. SCENIC POSTALS An altogether new set of scenic views of new places in new colorings places never heard of before. I? Free Delivery I Service S SEE SPECIAL PRICES IN PURSES, WALLETS, BILL BOOKS. IN SIDE WINDOW. H 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I H I I r I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I It t :: WE FIX 'EM. None too complicated, none too simple, but all guaranteed at Jack's ' ' place. . . PHOENIX AUTO CO. . . Phone Main 145. 229 E. Adams St 4 I II I H I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I i I I I I t i- SALOME It's the town 0 the A. & C. It's the mines, Look good to me. It's the climate, It's the water If you don't' go You had oughtcr. ii CALYPSO riV-i Is in fine condition for the season of 1909 and can be seen. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at home ranch. Thursday at G. G. Harrl, 4 miles north, 7th Ave". Friday and Saturday at Palo Alto Stables. Terms same as last vear. M. B. HOROVITZ. Owner. M. Rose Manager. lit -i'-v'T '-ir but an honest, straightforward tonic that increases the appetite and encour ages digestion. Tbera is a great demand for tonics during the depressing heat of summer, and especially in countries where hot weather is very prevalent. Such a demand Is exactly met by Perana. - -.-: ".v.1. v. AS 1 VA . Vt,i4s Co., from the popular Spanish dancer. ) recommend this remedy to alt women that they can possibly take. J truly, (Miss P. Monterde. PHOENIX VIEWS Let us show you the novel set of Phoenix views, all in a clever envelope, with a big red seal. 12 views for 25c. Worth twice the money. The Old Reliable Established in 1897. Twelve years' experience has taught us the needs of the pub lic in moving Pianos, Furnture, etc. This long experience "s at the public's disposal at most reasonable prices. Two phones. Lightning Delivery Phone Main 16. 16 S. Tenter. YOUR MOTHER would be pleased to receive a real NAVAJO BLANKET from her boy. We have the va riety. You make the selection. f ARIZONA SADDLERY GO. I 45 North Center St. Phoenix. aft ij. sgi if pgisgi tgi iji 2M$4aiM$"$$'i' Phoenix Foundry Co, All Kinds of IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS Good work and prompt delivery our specialty. Contractors (take notice) meet all competition. 1 us figure with you. Rogers & Voore, Proprietors 451 S. Seventh Ave. Phone Main 212. . rA. ''ex wis . . B I Phone S m Main 113 IS Mail Orders B Promptly ( I Attended to 9 ! m nam xr iuw i JiuviiiA nmiuiim uaiiiv Phoenix, Arizona. Capital, Surplus and Profits '. $250,000.00 Deposits $1,500,000 E. B. Gage, President. H. J. McClung, V.-Pres. R. B. Burmister, Cashier. H. M. Galliver, Ass't. Cash. DIRECTORS. E. B. Gage. F. M. Murphy. D. M. Ferry. W. T. Staunton. Geo. N. Gage. L. H. Chalmers. F. T. Alkire. W. A. Drake. H. J. McClung. HI fill'H'IIWfH'WHH H"M 8 1WW'WHI tl i 1 1 HH-K, The Prescott PRESCOTT ..... J . ARIZONA. CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS S270.000.00 X Roll of Honor T United States Depository. Territory of Arizona Depository. County of Yavapai Depository. City of Trescott Depository. F. M. MURPHY, President H-K-i i i ; : mh-X- v t - H - H - i t Capital $100,030.00 The National Bank of Arizona, AT PHOENIX. OLDEST BANK IN THE CITY Prompt attention given to collections and all business details, and . courteous treatment to all of our many tourists. Headquarters for all visitors. E. Ganz, President. S. Oberfelder, Cashier. Chas. Goldman, Vic President. J. J. Sweeney, Ass't. Cashier. tHMMMMMMMMMMl ltMaMlMCt YOUR VALUABLES placed in a Safe Deposit Box of the Valley Bank's vault are in safe keeping. This vault is absolutely Fire and Burglar-Proof and affoTds the strongest kind of protection for your A-aluables. $3.50 and up I. per year. TH Valley Bank, Phoen. Arizona. Established 1884. Capital and Surplus $125,000.00 W. F. NICHOIJa, President. UNION BANK & TRUST CO. 10 NORTH CENTER ST. GENERAL BANKINQ PROMPTNESS. COURTESY AND ACCOMMODATION. Removal Notice We are now located in our new quarters, cor ner Second Ave. and Jackson St., one block west of Santa Fe depot. Send us your work. Kunz Bros. & Messinger MOHN & DRISCOLL FUNERAL DIRECTOR3 Plumbing We want to figure with you If you wish any kind of plumb ing, gas fixtures, etc. We guar antee every piece of work we do. Try us and see. "Johnson & Remsbottom Practical Plumbers. 22 N. Second Street. Phone Main 221. We receive daily fresh supplies of California and. local fruits and vegetables. Phone Us Main 6 Bit COLD AIR STORAGE MARKET 1 Wntinnn National Bank Bank No. 585. R. N. FREDERICKS. Cashier. I - r - I I H 1 1 t ' Surplus $100,000.00 J. 1C BWETNAM. ' GEO. H. LUTGERDINQ. Vice-President. Cashier. Clinton Campbell QENCRAL CONTRACTOR R.sid.nc. T.lafhane 157 N. F.urth Ava Main 177 'M iniii'K'iiiiniiiiiiiU' I REMOVAL SALE;; We are going to sell our entire stock of Wines, Liquors and Cigars at 25 per cent discount. Fixtures also for sale. California Wine & Liquor Co. 19 South Center Street 4"M"t"l I Mil 1IIH t.iM..l..t..fcM.t GOLD HOTEL ANTON GOLD, Prop. Third and Washington St. Fine, clean rooms, centrally located; 60c per night and a p. Come and Investigate . fi 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II I II 1 1 f We make a specialty of I I Box Trade Drachman Cigar Co AS ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1- 4.