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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 16, 1909.
OUR SPECIALTIES NEMO CORSETS DENT'S GLOVES BLACK CAT HOSIERY C. B. CORSETS ELITE GLOVES CHENEY'S SILKS STANDARD PATTERNS PLUME BRAND UNDERWEAR ALL OF THEM THE VERY BEST THAT CAN BE HAD. OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. T71 fTTh mnQsiwrmoom. OFFICERS ELECTED BY R. R. CO. C. B. King, Who Has Had Largs Ex perience in Railway Building, Is the President. .1I,,tl,iIll;il,ill;I,ll,l,;,l;ll;,l;ill;ll;l; ;,,;;;!;;, ,HmHi,HmHh. iH H i l "! 1 TELEPHONE US Just ask us over the telephone what you ought to have for dinner, and we will suggest something you want. We have everything that's good in the meat line that can be found. " Independent Meat Market Phone Main 297. 1-3 W. Washington St. H-,;, ,;, ,H"H 1 I I M ! I .H"I"1"1-H"M"H"I i M I ...H"H"M"M"H I -H-f IMMIMIMH. Standard Furniture Co. A complete line of New and Second Hand Furniture, Ruga, T Crockery and Granlteware. WE SELL FOR LESS Phone Main 857. 34-3S W. Washington. 4 lH I !"H"H"H"! III! V I H-l- MARICOPA CREAMERY BUTTER Best on the Market MARICOPA CREAMERY CHEESE X Suits the Trade. MARICOPA CREAMERY PASTEURIZED t CREAM T Sells All Over Arizona. . ;, ,, ,, ,;. ,;, .-H-i-H-H--H-l"!-!-;"!' ! ! ! -a-I-I-! I ! i H-H-4- IIMMMMtMHitMI m imn t mi mm Walter A. Wood TWINE BINDERS $150.00 PHOENIX HARDWARE COMPANY. THE EXQUISITE CLEANLINESS OF OUR BAKE 8HOP Appeals to particular housekeepers. Bread at S and 10 cents; delicious Dinner Rolls and Buns at 10 cents a dozen. Raspberry, Red Cherry and Gooseberry Tarts, 6c each. PHOENIX BAKERY A. CONFECTIONERY. Est. 1881. I Edward Eisels. Prop. Phone M. 89. r JUST LIKE HOME Is the "way you will find the cooking at California Restaurant, 33 N. 1st Ave. TOM'S AMERICAN KITCHEN Parties served with extra fine real Chinese China ' dishes. Private room and family style when desired. Tom does all his own pastry- For a good dinner on special occasions or at ordinary times come to Tom's new American Kitchen. Regular meals. 25c. Short orders afl night. 82 North Center Street. Phoenix. Arizona. Garden City Restaurant Coolest and Cleanest Place In Town to Eat. Nice Private Rooms (or Partlu and Families. Short Orders at All Hours. REGULAR MEALS, 25e. Noe. 21 and 24 East Washington 8L MARK LAND, Proprietor Definite organization was eftacted by the Suburban Railway company at a meeting held the latter part of the weeR. A board of directors and offi cers were elected. C. B. King, who has had a wide ex perience as a builder of trolley lines in the state of Washington, was elected president. The vice president is J. W. Dorris; treasurer, E. J. Bennitt, and secretary,. Tom Prescott. Additional members of the board of directors are George M. Halm and B. A. Fowler. The company is gradually getting their plans in shape to begin opera tions on the building of the road. The directors are working in a quiet way and do not care to say much about their Intentions until everything is in readiness to go ahead on a practical basis. That the road will be built within the length of time permitted by the franchise, does not seem to be in the least doubt. Mr. King has built several trolley lines in and around Spokane, Wash., and has never failed in any railroad project that he has undertaken. His practical experience in road building will be of invaluable service to the company in the present instance. The other members of the directorate are well known as pro gressive and at the same time, con servative business men and any prop osition with these men are behind is pretty sure to be a "go." aaxraKSzzzxaai CHANGE OF BUSINESS FOR VERNON C. COOK Leaves the Phoenix National Bank to Become a Member of the Greene & Griffin Investment Company. Vernon C. Cook, who has been with the Phoenix National bank for some years, has resigned as pitying teller of that institution to become a mem ber of the firm of Greene & Griffin Real Estate and Investment company. Mr. Cook's decision to leave the bank ing business has been re-.-eived w ith sincere regret by the . officers, em ployes and the customers of the bank, who, however, are pleased to know that he has taken advantage of a most promising opportunity and will become a prominent factor in the business of this growing city. 9 Mr. Cook will take the position of secretary and general office manager, relieving Mr. Greene of thai part of the business. Mr. Gretne has felt lor some time that the work incident to a larg" -and growing business was more than he cared to handle and will leave the details of the business to the youngr members of the company. Mr. Greene expects to take a long va cation about July '1st, taking in the Puget Sound country, ar'l when he returns, will, he says, "take it easy." Mr. Cook is well fitted for the posi tion he assumes, having been a resi dent of the valley a long time, and his knowledge of banking will be of assistance in his nev position, as much of the Greene & Griffin Real Estate and Investment company's bus iness consists of loans, as well as the management of the Pnoenix Building and Loan association, which is much on the order of a savingi bank. BQRRIS-TOYM AM Noble Block. FURNITURE CO., COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHINGS. Cor. 1st & Adams Sts. Down go prices again even lower than before. Our mammoth Pre-Invcntory Sale offers you the greatest opportunity of the year to fill your home with high grade furnishings at way down prices. A chance for a saving and the using of the extra money for a new Gown or Hat. Every department offers you smashed prices on high grade goods. A sale without a parallel offering discounts that will be appre ciated by every economical and far-sighted housewife discounts that will probably never be repeated again in the history of our business. If you can't come, phone or write. DRUNK ALL THE TIME. Chicago, May 15. Almost continued drunkenness is charged against Col. W. F. Tucker U. S. A., retired. In depo sitions filed here today In the suit of Mrs. Dolly Logan Tucker for a decree of separation. NOTICE TO TAXf-AYERS. Notice Is hereby given that suit will be commenced to enforce the lien of the Territory on all property the tax on which remains unpaid, June 1st, 1903. D. C. BABBITT, Tax Collector. POST CARDS, PHOENIX VIEWS, 1c EACH. PHOENIX VIEW BOOKS, 15c. EACH. AT THE BIG CURIO, ON ADAMS ST. EASY HAMMOCKS At 95 in the shade, keeping cool isn't easy unless you have a big, easy, roomy Hammock, strong as a bank, such as we are offering at from $1.00 to $6.00 50 Discount on all China and Glass Vases and China Jugs. IRON v v PIVOT MIRRORS Handsome Pivot Mirror, bevel French plate glass, 48x20, frame in golden oak, stands 7 feet high, consid ered a bargain at $47.50. This beaut v now at. .$37.00 15Cc Don't forget PORCH FURNITURE Furnish .the porch now for the summer. Hardwood, plain Canvas Chairs with out arms $1.25 Varnished Hardwood Chairs, reclining, swinging frames, adjustable foot rest. Price ...... 1 $5.50 Mission Settees. Chairs, off on Rockers, A beauty In white, brass top bar and trimmings, was JS .'O. now ; S6.75! ttiegant verms Martin, with brass fillings, formerly fMM. now down to S20.00 An ivory and old gold, full sized Iron Bed, regular price siio.OO. $12.50 Ail regular sizes. FOLDING CARD TABLE. Celebrated Folding . Card Table in golden oak witK green top; regular price $5.00; the great sale price $4.00 MUSIC RACKS Every Music Rack in sto-k goes at 33 1-3 per cent off. Think of it one-third of its regular prii-e. Every one a beauty, serviceable and easy to adjust. .33 1-3 Off Clip This Out Remember every article or line discounted at any time dur ing the sale holds its discount until the end. Watch this space grow. Watch the bargains grow. The most wonderful house furnishing sale ever presented to Phoenix shoppers. Clip This Out JAPANESE SAILORS Al SAN F A Former Salt River Valley Girl Took ' Part in Ceremonies. 200 NEW OAK KEG MISSOURI PICKLES $1.10 EACH. McKEE'S CASH STORE. A FULL LINE OF Gas Flanges JUST RECEIVED CALL AND SEF Pacific Gas and Electric Co. 130-132 West Washington St. OSTRICH MOUNTS See our window of Ostrich Feather i Mounts. It contains the finest creations in the United States. See the Naturals. ALL PRICES We Fill Mail Orders Arizona Ostrich Farm Salesroom 1st and Adams. AND IF YOU LIKE THE ARIZONA CLEANING AND DYEING WORKS. Mrs. Lilur Wilson, Prop. The following account of an episode of the entertainment of the officers and crew of the Japanese training squad ron at San Francisco will be of some local Interest for the reason that a former Salt River valley girl figured In it, Mrs. Shaughnessy, formerly Miss Evle Justus, daughter of C. E. Justus, who lives near town: "Over 200 officers and cadets from the Japanese cruisers Aso and Soya sat for more than two hours yesterday morning in the yard of the firehouso at Seventeenth and Harrlscui streets and watched some of the best men of the department handle the apparatus and perform the feats of daring which they are called upon to do occasionally at a genuine conflagration. "With the Japanese guests of the city were the mayor and heads of the various civic departments. "Promptly at 10 o'clock yesterday morning the Japanese marched into the firehouse yard, where they were reclved by Fire Chief Shaunghnessy and by him taken to a temporary plat form where Mayor ami Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. Shaughnessy received them. I'pon the platform were Chief of Po lice Cook, Police Commissioners Swel gert. Cutler, Leggett and Sanborn, Su perintendent of Schools Roncovieri, Fire Commissioner Newhall and rep resentatives from every civic depart ment. "Battalion Chief E. F. McKittrick was in charge of the exhibition, and under his orders the men moved like clock-work. The use of scaling lad ders was demonstrated on the five story tower, and the men showed how they brought people from the upper windows , of burning buildings by means of ropes. ' A life line was then shot from a carbine to the roof of the building, and Lieutenant Frank Mlskel jumped into the life net from one of the upper windows. "The use of the heaviest apparatus for fighting the flames was then dem onstrated. One of the big ladders was brought into the yard and Fireman M. C. Stewart, of Truck No. 1 made the trip to the topmost rung, as the lad- 'der was raised in seventeen seconds. "Following that the water tower and batteries were shown in action. , "The Japanese expressed their grati tude to Fire Chief Shaughnessy and his aids and marched back to their ships under the guidance of their of ficial chaperone, Flag Lieutenant Poteet." ' MONIHAN MAKES 6000 IT OF WAY Genial Joe Gives the mission to Graze in Iron Horse Per His Pasture. 200 NEW OAK KEG MISSOURI PICKLES $1.10 EACH. McKEE'S CASH STORE. Joe Monihan yesterday gave the i-noenix & Buckeye railway project a . magnificent boost by tendering a right ! of way across his quarter section just : west of the city. This was one of the ' valuable close in farms that the right of way committee had been fearing it would have trouble to get across, but Mr. Monihan has shown a decidedly liberal public spirit in making this , donation, and adds greatly to the as- j surance of success of the enterprise. i Mr. Monihan is one of the old timers ! In the valley, one of the men who came ! here before railroads were even talked about or hardly heard about in this , country. He was one of the men who I appreciated that this was a great ! country even without railroads or j much of anything else that eastern ; people were used to. Nevertheless he is not one of the sort who tries to put ties on the track to throw the wheels of progress, and he is as keen as any body to get on and ride when he sees a good thing coming. He knows that a railroad to Buckeye will mean enough saving on the cattle he may buy and fatten down there some day to pay him for the land he gives up, for it runs weight off a steer to travel miles across count ry. He knows, too, that if he helps the Buckeye ranchers get into the millionaire class they will all move to Phoenix some day and build houses, and thea ihe town will crowd out to Monihan's- ranch and Joe will be living on a boulevard, and owning it, " , r Several others yesterday announced their Intention of doing the right thing by the committee, though it still has a number of hard nuts to crack. Everything Is working nicely, though, and if two or three more good men will follow Mr. Monihan's example, the right of way wilt be secured' and the dirt will begin to fly. NEW YORK GOWNS COMING Mrs. Cavanagh, of New York city, will be here all next week, beginning Mon day, May 17th, with a full line of tub dresses, skirts and suits; also lingerie, evening and. wedding gowns. These are the styles and creations that will be worn in the east this summer. The ladies of Phoenix are invited to call at 37 West Washington street and ex amine these garments. o See Dr. Swigert for correct glasses. 17 E. Adams St. Phone Red 2461. (TO LATE TO CLASSIFY.) WANTED Position by practical chardist. Phone Rural 2tS. Artistic Building Hardware We have what you need in this line and will be pleased to show you our stock. IT COSTS NO MORE to have good quality and artistic designs than to take the ordi nary kind. LONG HARDWARE CO. The Center St. Hardware Store. "t'i i t "'If yip' J ...GROCERY BARGAINS T We are redecorating and remodelling our store, and next week will offer bigger bargains than ever before. Rule-Matthews Grocer Co. PHONE MAIN 3 NEXT DOOR TO NEW YORK STORE. 1