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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 4, 1909.
4 . -r HOTTEST JUNE 3 ON "VACATION" WEATHER SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY AND SATUR DAY'S AFTER-SUPPER SALE. 1 The Mercury Hung at 105 But Cooler Weather is on the Way. Ladies' Lawn Shirt Waists Regular $2.00 and $2.25 values; excellent quality of material; nicely trimmed with Valenciennes. On sale Saturday and "After Supper" at $1-43 27-inch Dress Linen Real linen, superior soft fin ish, in stripes or checks, in all good fast colors and combinations; sold regularly at 33c, oftentimes at 50c. On sale .Saturday and "After Supper" at. .20c 45-inch Persian Lawn, Pure White A good 25c cloth, first quality, regular thread; nice, clean, fresh sto'-k. On sale Saturday and "After Supper". .10c All Silk Dresden Ribbons Good bright colors in . pink, blue, lavender and green, full four inches wide; a regular 35c ribbon. On sale Saturday and "After Supper" at 19c Ladies' Gauze Vests Regular 10c quality, full bleached, full size, taped neck band, lace .trimmed; a good 10c Vest on sale Saturday and "After Sup per" at 5c Hooks and Eyes. Shoe Laces. Safety Pins. Corset Laces. Cotton Embroidery Floss. Cotton Tape, black or white. Toilet Pins, in cubes. After Supper only After Supper only Saturday ev ening for one hour, from seven to eight lc Several other equally good specials not listed here. Having discontinued our "Balcony Bar gains," we are re-establishing our "After Supper Sales" for Saturdav evening and vou will find them verv interesting. Jones Dry Goods Co. WE CLOSE AT NOON ON FRIDAY. Our store is cool and you can shop with case, comfort and pleasure here all summer. THE EXQUISITE CLEANLINESS OF OUR BAKE 8HOP Appeals to particular housekeepers. Bread at 6 and 10 cents; delicious Dinner Ro.ls and Buns at 10 cents a dozen. Raspberry, Red Cherry and Gooseberry Tarts, 5c each. PHOENIX BAKERY & CONFECTIONERY. Est. 1881. Edward Eisale. Prop. Phone M. 89. Vote for Center St. Bridge and a Greater Phoenix. JUST LIKE HOME Is the way you will find the cooking at California Restaurant, 33 N. 1st Ave. TOM'S AMERICAN HITCH EN 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 ail night. 13 North Center Street. Phoenix. Arizona. Garden City Restaurant Coolest and Cleanest Place In Town to Eat. Nice Private Rooms (or Parties and Families. Short Orders at All Hours. Noa. 31 and 24 East Washington St. REGULAR MEALS, 25c MARK LAND, Proprietor MMMMIIMMMtiMMUMlii H'HHfMMMMMf VOTE Walter A. Wood TWINE BINDERS $150 PHOENIX HARDWARE COMPANY. FOR CENTER STREET BRIDGE AND A GREATER PHOENIX. A FULL LINE OF Gas Ranges JUST RECEIVED CALL AND SEF Pacific Gas and Electric Co. i?o-i32 West Washington St. Vote for Center St. Bridge and a Greater Phoenix. The Phoenix weather Bureau broke its own record yesterday by six torrid degrees. The best previous efforts of the department for June 3 was only 99 for that day in 1900 and again in 1904. The century mark was never before reached till yesterday when the liquid silver kept on climbing till 3:30 p. m. when 105 degrees was reached. Two records were broken. For the first three days in June the pre vious record had been 101 on June 1, 1900. The very hottest day that Phoenix ever experienced was July 3, 1907. when the mercury touched 117. "The hot weather of the past week is quite unusual for this time of the year," said Director Jesunofsky. "Just one year ago the highest temperature of the day was 78. 'Through March, April and May we had- a large accumulated deficiency in temperature. This condition last ed up to May 31. Then the hot spell broke. Since then the readings aver age excess of five per cent a day. The people now in Phoenix, and es pecially the new comers who are afraid to look a thermometer in the face should be cheered by the fact tnat cooler weather is on the way. Just when it will arrive will depend on meteorogical conditions, but it Is coming. Summer has not yet come. That is to say, the present warm weather is not the beginning ol that long period of uninterrupted heat. You will be wearing your coat again soon." With these cheering words Mr. Jesunofsky went to the roof to read the temperature. It was then 3:45 o'clock and the thermometer had dropped one degree. The reporter al most ft It cool as he went out of the building. ACCIDENTAL DEATH. John S. Scanlon of the Eighth In fantry, stationed at the Presidio, ac cidentally shot himself in the stomach while cleaning a revolver In his quar ters this morning. He died an hour later. "Arizona OstrlcfyTarm. OSTRICH FANS The finest line of Ostrich Fans in America. Nothing nicer for the wedding gift. Vote for the Center Street Bridge and a Greater Phoenix We Fill Mail Orders. Salesroom 1st and Adams. Have you selected jrour Trunk or Traveling Bag? If not, you had bet ter see us at once. 15 per cent off on the entire line. HOT WEATHER NECESSITIES You'll find ours the best place in town to buy the things you need at this season of the year in a Refrigerator, Hammock, Ice' Box, Lawn Chair, Ice Cream Freezer. SPECIAL-SATURDAY ONLY $18.50 Velour Couch for $14.75 $16.50 Velour Couch for $13.25 $16.75 Box Bed Couch for. : $13.50 45c Mattings, best quality, for 30c 25 Per Cent Off on our entire stock of Lace Curtains. 50 PerCent Off on all Fancy China Jugs arid Glass Vases. DOR RISHE YMAN ' FURNITURE CO COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS Phoenix m THE MANY CONTESTS 'LARGE MAIL HANDLED ON DIAMOND FIELDS The Standing of the Clubs in Three Leagues To-date. National. Playet Pittshurg 40 Chicago 42 New York 35 Philadelphia ... 35 Cincinnati 42 Hrooklyn 3t St. Louis 40 Boston 38 Detroit .... 39 Philadelphia ... 39 New York 34 Boston 39 St. Louis 38 Cleveland 38 Chicago 3 Washington .... 37 (menu) That our Sherbets and Creams are the finest in the territory is an acknowledged fact. Try them. Sherbets Apricot. Pineapple. Ice Cream Maple Pecan. Chocolate. Vanilla. Tutti Frutti. Orange Truffle. Strawberry. Try them for the dinner. Coast. San Francisco.. 66 Los Angeles . 64 Sacramento .... 62 Portland 61 Vernon ... 63 Oakland 64 Won Lost Pet 28 12 .700 26 16 .619 18 17 .514 17 . 18 .486 20 22 .476 16 20 .444 17 23 .425 12 26 .316 I. Won Lost Pet. 26 13 .667 23 16 .619 19 15 .559 21 18 .538 17 21 .447 16 22 .421 16 22 .421 12 25 .324 Won Lost Pet. 42 '24 .636 38 26 .594 34 28 .548 31 30 .508 23 40 .365 22 42 .344 m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m i n 1 1 n i n n 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 r ON RURAL ROUTES Route 2, Phoenix, Is Equalled in Bus iness Done by Few in the Country. Increase of Business at Postoffice Indicates Large Growth of Community. YESTERDAY'S GAMES National. Pittshurg 9 9 3 Boston ,..8 13 2 Batteries Camnitz, Powell, Frock, Phillippe and Gibson; McCarthy, Mat toon and Smith. At Chicago (Twelve innings) R. H. E. Chicago .4 4 9 2 Philadelphia 3 8 5 Batteries 0.-raU and Moran; Mo ren and Dooin. At Cincinnati R. H. E. Cincinnati 6 8 1 Brooklyn 2 6 0 Batteries Broome and McLean; Mclntyre, Rucker and Bergen. Main 281 kNDY STORE.' 37-39 E. Wash. American At Boston iB. H. I Detroit 5 11 Boston 3 9 Batteries Willetts and Schmidt Steele, Cicotte and Donohue. Wakelin Pharmacy $2.50 AND $3.00 r7 IMPORTED RAZORS " ' C . "We ste selling all the leading brands of raOTS. including the Wadr Butcher, Wostt-nholm Pipe I-X-L. Brandt, Rogers, Ben Hut. Blue Steel and Lewis. These razors are sold all over the country for 2 Wto 3 Ootpric., 7 canto amch. Mail orders filled. These goods are sold on It at our store as we are bole agents for same. First Ave. and Washington St Philo H.Ozotrw.PK.G. Prop. At New York R. H. E. St. Louis 5 8 3 New York 7 7 0 Bateries Waddell, Pelty and Ste phens; Brockett, Warhop and Kleinow and Blair. At Philadelphia R. H. E. Chicago 9 9 2 Philadelphia 3 13 2 Batteries Scott, Feine, Smith Payne and Sullivan; Coombs, Krause, Vickers, Plank, Dygert and Thomas and Livingston. At land Washington Washington-CIeve- game postponed, rain. Coast At Los Angeles R. H. E. Los Rngeles 2 8 1 San Francisco 3 7 0 Batteries Tozer and Orendorff; Eastley and Berry. At San Francisco R. H. E. Sacramento 7 14 5 Oakland 6 11 5 Batteries Mair and Lewis; Ehman, Whalen and Byrnes. At Portland R. Portland , 9 Vernon ,-. 4 H. 10 7 OIL EXCITEMENT HIGH AT TACNA All the Land in That Been Filed Upon. Vicinity Has Ynma, Ariz., June 3. Locators of oil lands, returned to Yuma from the scene of the new discoveries near Tacna. report immense excitement In that district.- The original find was made by Henry Laudernzllk, an old- timer in the county, who in cleaning out the shaft of an abandoned mine a few days ago, found on .the 110-foot level a dark fluid believed to be oil. His opinion was confirmed by others and the news of the find .spread. Every foot of land in the vicinity has been filed upon and Yuma parties are largely Interested. It is understood an oil expert will shortly vlsflt the district and report upon the value. : NEW NOTARY Albert C. Byrnes Yuma was , yesterday appointed a A report made to the postmaster as to the amount of mail handled by the carriers on the four rural routes of the Phoenix postoffice shows pleasing results and illustrates the value and convenience of the service to the many people who be fore the installation of the rural ser vice had to go to the city for their mail. The report covers routes 1, 2, 3 and 4 from this city. During the past three months 61,071 pieces of mail have been handled by the carrier on route 1, 76,892 on route 2, 56,725 on route 3 and 36,293 on route 4. The total for the four routes is 230,981. The value of the stamps on iiatter mailed on the four routes totalled $624.09, an amount equal to the busi ness of an average third class post office, for instance that of Roose velt. During the same period 247 postoffice money orders were issued to the patrons of the routes. The record of the rural carriers of the local office is a remarkable one throughout and there are very few routes in the United States on which there is as much mail handled as there Is on route 2 of the local rural service, which shows an average total for each month of 25,000 pieces of mail handled. The amount of business on the rural routes, shows the growth and development of the valley and con tributes its full share to the wonder ful growth of the business of the local postoffice in the past few years. The income of the postoffice for the past five months equalled the in come for the whole of the first year of CoL McClintock's term in the office. Postoffice receipts are one of the beet indications of the growth of the community and the increase of its business and the reports which have been made by the Phoenix office during the past year have shown a tremendous increase over the reports of the years that have recently passed. o SHE FELT THE TOUCH OF A STARTLING TESTIMONY AT COR ONER'S INQUEST. Belief That Physician Found Dead tn a Hotel Was Not Suicide. Chicago, June 3. The coroner's in quiry into the death of Dr. John T. Binkley Sr. of Evansville, Ind., .who was found dead in a local hotel last night, was continued today until after June 10, after Coroner's Physician Reinhart made a post mortem and dis covered what he declared to be evi dence in support of the theory that the aged physician did not commit sui cide. A startling statement supporting the murder theory was made by Miss Elea nor Upchurch, Dr. Binkley's grand daughter, at the coroner's hearing to day. "My grandfather was murdered, for I am sure it was the murderer who seized me lust as I left the room right after discovering the body," said Miss Upchurch. COLORADO HOTEL FIRE. Grand Junction, Colo., June 3. Schwelbach Inn, the oldest hotel in the Grand valley, was destroyed by fire today. Several guests jumped from the second story windows, but no lives were lost. Welcomed By weak or strong stomachs Grape-Nuts The pre-digested food. Rebuilds body and brain. "There's a Reason," Ball Bearing' Mowers J LONG HARDWARE COMPANY. I II I I I II I II I I I I I I I I I 1 1 I I I H I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I II I I Hi i i i i inn i n 1 1 ill 1 1 ; i ; ; i ii-nnti 1 1 1 1 1 u : i H't'iiWH i. MEATS FOR LUNCHEON Housewives who have investigated have found ; our line of Luncheon Meats the finest in Phoenix. ; Have you tried them? ; Independent Meat Market ! Phone Main 297. 1-3 W. Washington St. Vote for Center St. Bridge and a Greater Phoenix. : -H Mil H 1 I I I I I I I I 1 I 1 I I H ' I I I I I 1 1 ' 1 I I I I M"H"H"I"H"t."M' I-fr Standard Furniture Co. A complete Una of New and Second Hand Furniture, Ruga, Crockery and Granlteware. f Phone Main 357. WE SELL FOR LESS S4-3C W. Washington. REMOVAL NOTICE. We are now in our new store and garage. Winton, Cadillac, Kessel-Kar and Oaitland Autos. Indian, Reading Standard, Thor, Light and Merkel Motorcyc es. Columbia, Light and Emblem Bikes. All makes of Tires, Sundriifs, Oils, etc. Give us a trial. 36 & 38 East A Jams St. Arizona Motor Company PHONE RED 9506 PHOENIX AUCTION HOUSE 119 North First Avenue W. W. Hutchinson & Son Auctioneers J. P. HAMAN, - - MANAGER FOR UP TO DATE GDOrPDIPQ of Every Description vllULl llwJ CHOICEST as well as MEDIC M goods of best brands and grades Don't Miss RULE MATTHEWS GROCER CO. 230 East Washington St. Phone Main 3. n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 h 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 r WE FIX 'EM. None too complicated, nons too simple, but all guaranteed at Jack's place. PHOENIX AUTO CO. Phone Main 145. 229 E. Adams St. I 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 1 u 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 it n THE ENGLISH KITCHEN RESTAURANT 44-45 LAST ADAM3 STREET. Everything New, Nice arid Clean. Private Family Dining CHARLIE LING A CO. Props. Rooms. ARIZONA SCHOOL OF MUSIC North Center St. Phoenix, Arizona H"M"r'H''H"H"8"H"H"B' V I I M MH"M"iiiHi 'M"H ii H'iiiiiiii i ifr BEST ON THE MARKET. MARICOPA CREAMERY CHEESE X SUITS THE TRADE. MARICOPA CREAMERY PASTEURIZED CREAM SELLS ALL OVER ARIZONA. i ii ;! ! i f i natary public. . tMH'l'H'i'H'l'H'Miiiii'H-W I Ml'ttt n nrn'