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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, MAY 24, 1909.
mm 'w&j&t TNI HID VMMT No Accidents WITH TME Slip knife Made under edpe of cnp. draw all round and raise no twisting or straining. Press rap firmly down and seal is airtight. Keeps fruit perfectly. The cheap est and best wide-mnuthed. clear lass fruit jar. See it here today. The Schram Automatic I Lever Fruit Jar is the greatest jar ever made and has won its way to a place above every fruit jar made. Nice, clear, good glass. Pints, J1.00; quarts. $1.23; half gals., $1.50. And the beauty of it all is we are selling these jars at a price as low as the lower priced .J. jars have' usually sold here and must result In forcing others down, for no housewife would .j ever buy any other at the same price. Call and see the Schram Jar. Davidson's Cash Store 22-24 West Washington St. Phoenix, Arizona. v Vote For the Center St. Bridge and a Greater Phoenix. H-S-H-KB-I' B-i-H-H-- To See or Not to See is the Question . WHEN YOU HAVE pain back of the eyes, frequent head aches or the eyes blur, nature is sounding a signal of distress. this is a warning to come here for an ex amination of the eyes. Protect the eyes from strain and there is no reason why you should not have good Bight to ripe old age. DR. E. MUNSON OPTICIAN. 118 West Washington Street Did You try our Root Beer? The most delicious that you ever drank. Lots of ice and cold as it can be made just the thing these warm days. LARSON DRUG CO. N. W. Corner Center and Wash- lngton Street. f We Have Just Received J a shipment of fine, fresh . Kan- 4. sag Graham Flour. Have you 4 Jiriea our liranam creau: ii will do you good. I Home Baking Company J M. J. Pettid, Mgr. .,..,H;lll;lltllH Mil -i.-g. .. lAIRDOME Vaudeville and Pictures "IT'S TMF SHdW" Moore & McLellan Undertakers and Embalmera. Lady Assistant. 10 West Adama Street Telephone Main 122. 'rrrrVTrT I U 1 1 1 11 1 I 1 1 t 4 1 1 I 1 f Daily Weather Report THE WEATHER. j Local Daily Weather Report for The Republican, JL Forecast for today Fair. Data for 24 hours ending 5:30 p. m. yesterday. 6:30 6:30 a. m p. m. Barometer, inches 29.73 29.S4 Temperature, degrees. 62 78 Dew point, degrees... 39 26 Humidity, per cent.... 44 14 Wind direction E. S.W. Wind velocity, miles 2 12 Rainfall, inches, 0 .0 Weather Cloudy Clear Mean daily humidity 29 I Mean daiiy temperature 70 Highest temperatu. .re K0 Lowest temperature 59 I Total daily rainfall 00 T Accumulated excess in tein- I A perature since January 1, 19 de-.T grees. X Accumulated deficiency in T rainfall since Tanuary 1, 1.29 X iiiuues. L. N. JESUNOFSKT. - - Section Director. IIMH1I1I HMMMMHH MM f Of Local Interest WHITSUNTIDE The Jewish festi val of Whitsuntide begins Tuesday evening and lasts until Thursday evening. It is commemorative of the giving of the law to Moses on Mount Sinai and is celebrated as a feast, not as a fast On these dates the people of that faith are supjkjsed to adorn their tables with the best their means or their resources permit. ONE VIEW OF IT One of the strongest arguments ever put out in favor of the use of whisky comes to this office from the National Model License League. Dr. Joseph M. Mathews, ex-president of the Ameri can Medical association, and for sev enteen years president of the Kentucky state board of health, says that "for every one death produced by whisky, there have been one thousand deaths produced ' bv the drinking of Impure milk; fur every single death produced by whisky, there have been five thou sand deaths from the drinking of con taminated water." It isn't difficult, in the light of such distressing facts, to see that what the American people has to do to protect its health Is to cut out milk and water and use whisky ex clusively. Paraphrasing Patrick Henry'. "Give us whisky, or give us death." A GLOBE. HOMICIDE According to the latest reports from Globe, the coroner's jury which was drawn in that city to investigate the death of John Columbo, who was shot by Dep uty Sheriff Kdwards. had not yet re ported, and expected to continue in session for another day before there would be any probability of their ar riving at a decision. An endeavor was made Thursday, before the death of the victim, to secure a statement from him, but the Austrian insisted that he was going to recover, and he refused to make any statement. Although there is considerable difference in the testimony of several of the witnesses, it is generally agreed that the officer was not to blame, and that he, fired the fatal shot in defense of his own life. Deputy Sheriff Kdwards had gone to the Pioneer saloon for the purpose of placing under arrest Sam Wuicich. who had been firing a revolver at ran dom during the progress of a fire. Wuicich refused- to surrender his gun. and the officer clubbed him over the head with the butt of a revolver. At this time Columbo interfered and grab bed the revolver which the officer held in his hand. Kdwards, thinking that the gun would be wrested from his grasp, turned1 it toward his assailant and pulled the trigger. The shot pen etrated the abdomen of Columbo, mak ing six incisions in the intestines. About twenty-four hours after the shooting, he died in the hospital at the Old Dominion. Further testimony will probably be introduced relating to re marks which the wounded man made immediately after the shooting. The general opinion is-, however, that the officer will be cleared of all blame. - A PIONEER PRINTER William Ludy whose name is entitled to be en rolled in Arizona's Hassayampa Direc tory, drifted into Phoenix the other day and auite likely has drifted out again by this time. Ludy is a printer by trade and a good one, one who was known all over trie west in the old hand-piker days, and particularly in Arizona. Like many another printer however he yielded to the lure of the gold and could not stick to his virtuous profession only long enough to get a stake and hit for the hills. It Is un derstood he is here this time on the trail of a bonanza and It is hoped he will find it for the tracks have been seen all over these, parts during the Fit is unfair to 1 yourself To Buy a Typewriter Without Examining The Monarch, Light Touch Visible. Let Us Demonstrate. THE McNEIL CO. Territorial Agents. Phoenix. past inter and it was all but caught up with out at Salome. Mr. Ludy has the distinction of having first drifted into Phoenix as the foreman of the mechanical department of the old Ari zona Kxpositor when, it was moved to Phoenix from Yuma back in 1879 or therabout. The rest of the force consisted of a Mexican boy who was hired on press days, as roller boy, to inks the forms when placed In the old Washington Armstrong press. He was not the earliest printer in Phoenix by any means as the Phoenix Herald had been established by Charlie McClin tockj brother of the present Phoenix postmaster, a year or two before, but when one speaks of Ludy's advent he is getting back mighty near to the primeval days of the printing business in these parts. Whether Ludy has changed his habits in recent years was not learned but in the older days he boasted that it was against his prin ciples to ride into any town. If a train or a vehicle chanced to be going his way he Would not object to a lift over the desert but when he got near town he climbed down and took to the road in the fime honored fashion of the journeyman. WATER SUPPLY FOR VULTURE Ir is id the ulture mine i;iur,- ar.tmeut has developed a permanent water q supply vi its own property. r'"he a.fp well drilling by Los An geles contractors began in March and at il: Icet plenty of water was en- hcounteiel. The pumping equipment is ail installed and in operation and the, flow i xceed.4 the capa?i: of the pumps. OSBORN NOTES George H. Mun ro, is visiting his parents. Mr. and -Mrs. 11. J. Munro at. Shady Place. Mr and Mrs. Keafer are cosilv settled In their new cottage Joining Shady Place Charles Keafer was called to Goldfield on mining business. A SURGICAL OPERATION A dif ficult surgical operation was per formed at the Sisters' Hospital yes terday n Mr.s P. Kalsman. She withstood it well, and the surgeons have every reason to believe that it will be entirely successful. BOY MAYOR OF MILWAUKEE COMING Sherburne Becker, the former boy mayor of Milwaukee, who achieved fame by defeating Mayor Rose in the last of the six campaigns which Hose made for mayor of the brewery city, will be a visitor in Phoenix this week and will probably remain in the valley for several days. At the time of his first election Beck er was only twenty-six years of age and was practically new to the game of politics. Mr. Becker has just com pleted a tour of the Panama country and Is now engaged in making a study of conditions in the southwest. He will probably spend a month in the territory and has already made a visit of several days to the city of Tucson. THE NEWSBOYS' PICNIC The picnic of The Republican's newsboys yesterday was a glittering success and P. Grant Smith, superintendent of circulation, who had charge of the wild bunch, returned home feeling very much of a kid himself. The picnic party before it sfiirted dwindled down to twenty-five or thirty, as about fifteen of the youngsters went to the depot to sell papers to the excursionists and made so much mon ey they joined the crowd and went along. But the rest of them had equally as good a trme, perhaps a better one, and enjoyed their day afield as much as a bunch of young coyotes would after close confinement for a month. They invaded the Cam elback country and somewhere out there found the ruins of an old house with a cook stove still standing in it, which was used for preparing their picnic meal. The birds spoiled on the manager and he had to resort to the butcher shop for supplies but be fore he returned every kid had a por terhouse lining in his stomach and the area between walls was filled with pies, lemonade and all other in digestible stuff the youngsters are so fond c.ff. They ate all they want ed, drank all the lemonade they could and then bathed in the rest of it. They had pie races and pie fights and kept up the latter until they re turned home, covered with pie inside and out. They also took possession of onu of the canals and had a contest to see 'vhich one could go in swim mini ti.e most times in one day. H was a oead heat for they w.o all in and cut aP day long. LAST OF JOHN L. SULLIVAN. The farewell appearance of John L. Sullivan met a record breaking house at the Coliseum last evening. Not only, was the house itself packed, jammed and crammed with humanity hungry for amusement, but for half a block from the Coliseum the crowd stood waiting. Miss Christe Dene, in her Losserella dance, which resembles the famous grace dance, Salome, is the classiest extravaganza of its kind ever introduced in Phoenix. The lover of beauty, grace and rhythm, cannot afford to miss this : number. The foreign high class tumbling at traction by the Belfonts is altogether different from anything ever brought to the coast. Those who do not be lieve that a woman can be dainty, at tractive and at the same time pos sessed with strength greater than the average man, should go to the Coli seum before passing judgment. The whole bill was better than has ever been placed on the Coliseum boards. Honest , DEATH OF JOHN B. HUTTON. John B. Hutton died yesterday at his home at the advanced age of seventy-three. His funeral will be held in the Eaptist church Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Deceased came here about five years ago with his wife, who survives him, having at the time an invalid son In Phoenix who died about a year and a half ago. The eldeV Mr. Hutton was formerly a Baptist minister and since coming here he had the Baptist church in the Fowler ditsrict under his care for two or i three years. He is survived by three grandchildren and the wife of his late son, who is now quite ill at Long Beach, Cal. MARK SMITH WILL ORATE The high school board of trustees has ar ranged' with Hon. Mark Smith to de liver an address to the high school graduating class at Elks theater on the occasion of their commencement exercises Thursday night. It will be a great pleasure for the graduates to listen to a speech by one who has served so long in the national legis lative bojy, where all the boys and possibly the girls hope some day to "make a record. As Mr. Smith Is a very pleasing talker his address will also be greatly appreciated by all others who are privileged to attend. GOVERNOR SLOAN BACK'. Go" ernor K. E. Sloan returned yesterday afternoon ' from Prescott, where he has been for several days. BACK FROM RAY Walter Harvey Weed, geologist for the Lewisohns, returned yesterday from nay, accom panied by Ralph Williams of Ray. Vote for the Center Street Bridge and a Greater Phoenix. THE BETTER KIND SHOES OF CLASS FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN. To wear a Laird Scholar Shoe means to wear the highest grade shoe on the market the shoe of style and economy. For worm who know. See the new line of Merriam Shves. A shoe for every taste. A Fit for Every Foot H.A. DIEHLCO. 8 West Washington St The Store of Quality Shoes. RED MEN TO CONVENE The sixth annual convention of the Order of Bed Men of the territory will be held in Globe this week. Representa tives are expected from every lodge in the territory and extensive prepara tions have been made for the enter tainment of the visiting delegates. RETURNED FROM KELVIN.Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Turner, Llewellyn J. Turner and Oscar It. Turner and Ar thur Skeltofc Wily, of New York, re turned yesterday from a stay of a few days in Kelvin and vicinity. i h IM1 HI M"M "1 "t "i 1 ! H M l - Talcum Powder If you use this article then see our mammoth line now on display in our corner window. "We have them all, and some that are riot sold elsewhere; 15 to 50 cents per can. ELVEY & HULETT QUALITY DRUGGISTS NEVER SUBSTITUTE 27 E. Washington St. Alkire Co. Old Stand Phone Main 1. Vote for Center St. Bridge and a Greater Phoenix. t ,! H'l'M'H'i I H 1 'K"H..M"M"H.l H"H' H"i"M 'M H"1"H"M"1"M"H-' The Summer opens June 1st. SERMON TO GRADUATES The baccalaureate sermon to the class of '03 of the Phoenix high school was preached last night at the First Bap tist church by the Rev. Orville Coats. Allyf the other churches in the city omitted their services and held a union service at the Baptist church. A large crowd of the friends of the graduates was present and the church was filled to Its full capacity. The sermon was a strong and forceful address of good advice to the young people just enter- fing on the trials and about to meet the temptations of a maturer life. All I of the ministers of the city were pres ( ent on the rostrum and all took some part in the service. LESLIE GILLETT'S NEW JOB A special to The Republican the other day mentioned that Leslie M. Gillett had been appointed practical miner In connection with the land office. He will be assigned to duty in New Mex ico. His duties will be to inspect all mining properties for which patents are applied and to investigate and re port upon the character and value of all coal lands belonging to the govern ment and for which applications to purchase are pending. The job will be a busy one for the six land offices of New Mexico are just now doing more than half the land office business of the United States: A COMPARISON A Phoenix man who doesn't know any more about farming than he does about politics, took a drive yesterday through the country south of Glendale. He came Hand Made SADDLES & , HARNESS Our Specialty. Look us over before buying. N. PORTER SADDLE AND HARNESS CO. 8PUR8 AND BITS. 4 West Washington St Telephone Main 69 F. B. Baptist & Co. Successors to CRAIN'S STATION ERY & NEWS STORE 11-13 N. Center St. Let us show you our fine line of Drawn Work. The proper gift for the coming grad uate. DON'T FORGET that the size of your order doesn't matter. Big or little, we always give it the most prompt and careful at tention. If you cannot come to the store and leave your order, kindly use the phone. Our delivery system covers the city daily. T HE VALLEY TEA & COFFEE HOUSE. Thono Red 2B01. M - M - i - M I M 1 I t 111 II 1 1 I l"t"H-H Term of Quality Store- Fresh Vegetables Arriving Daily. Asparagus New Potatoes Cucumbers Green Peas Tomatoes Cabbage Squash A. WETZLER 35 W. Washington St. Phone Main 259. back enthused after comparing. In his mind, what he saw and what he saw at this time last year. He has no tech nical knowledge of raising crops, but he noted a change for the better that he believes would appeal to the- most ignorant observer of farm life. Where he saw vacant fields and desert brush a year ago. he now finds a vast acre age of sugar beets and other crops, and that all appear to be in a flourishing condition. If farming isn't a good bus iness this year, the evidences are very misleading. Sale C KODAK Jjij ' Will Not Leak These gates have great STRENGTH," can be QUICKLY IN STALLED and are EASILY MOVED. This it) an article that will in terest every rancher and we will be fc'.ad to have you call and examine them. ' Talbot & Hubbard Hardware Store. tm I Vote For the Center St. GRADUATION GIFTS It will pay you to monds, Watches, Solid Novelties. T H I I I I H I I I I I I I II I I i I I I I Tungsten Lamps, E. THOMA MANUFACTURING CO. Salesroom 22 S. Third 1 I I II I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I Have That Picture Framed at Berryhill's Big Book Store "The Thirsty Man's Retreat." And Vote For Center Street Bridge and a Greater Phoenix. "VIAVI" representatives wanted for Phoenix, Tempe and Mesa. Mrs. M. A. Stevens, Mgr.; 42 N. Fourth Ave. EASTERLING & WHITNEY UNDERTAKERS tie W. Wufclaasi . Vheextx, AHmc THE PALACE PRESCOTT. ARIZONA. Strictly on the European plan. Rooms by the day, week or month. Finest Bar and Club rooms In the Southwest BROW, SMITH & BELCHER PROPRIETORS. Frank J. O'Brien BROKER. Tacioa. Branches In Phoenix and Mogalea. Stocks, Bonds and Produee. . Private Leased Wire to all Exchanges. R. a HIGHTOWER, Mineier. Phoenix Office. Phone Main 232. Hotel Adama. ELECTRIC FANS Sold, Rented and Repaired. ARIZONA ELECTRIC CO. Tel. Black 8534. V. R. Norrie, Prop. YOU'LL GET There's quality about what we the way we serve It. Phone Red 2021. YE BENS FRENCH KITCHEN. DEVELOPING FINISHING ENLARGING. FRAMING MILLER- STERLING Company.. 9-11 E. Washington St J i annulling STEELE HEAD: GATES Made entirely of Steel. - Will Not Crack or Rot Out '-" Will Last a Life Time ' Will Not Wash Out Bridge and a Greater Phoenix. look over our line of Dia- Gold Jewelry and Silver f f 6-8 E. Wash. Street IM I I I I I I I I I I II I I II I I I I I I I I Avenue. Phone Main 361. i I I HI I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I MORDEN'S BIG SECOND HAND STORE. Buys, sells and rents stoves. Xew and second hand fur niture, stoves and ranges. WHAT MONEY WILL DO AT 0. W. Wiilianis Grocery Ca No. 42 No. 1t Awe. 18 lbs. Beet Sugar for..gl.()0 15 lbs. Cane Sugar for.. $1.00 3 cans any kind of Lye.... 23 Columbian Pie Pumpkin. 15 Gallon can Pie Pumpkin, 45 Gal. can Pie Blackberries 50 C GaL can Pie Peaches 50 Gallon can Pie Apricots... 4 5J Gallon can Pie Apples Armour's Perk and Beans, can 10 Vancamp s Pork and Beans, can JO If you warn 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. St. Phone Main 15. G. A. Streitz, County Surveyor. STREITZ & THOMPSON I CIVIL ENGINEERS U. S. Mineral Surveyors 9. 4. City, country and mineral sur- 4 veys. Mine work. Engineering designs. Estimate. and Con- X $ struction. Room 6 Monihon Block. X ir-none ea.24i. You Sust Stop FOR A WARM ROOM AND A QUIET NIGHT'S REST THE WILLIAMS HOUSE MARICOPA. ARIZONA. 41 a 1st Ave. THE BEST have to serve and excellence about v X 11 "W. Washington St i i