THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 4, 1909.
That's the way It goes as shown
above. Thousands of house wives to
day are delighted users of the
Schram Jar that were once dissatis
fied with the ld kinds that were
made of poor glass and poorly adapt
ed for keeping fruit. The Schram is
the newer, better way, and has nice,
clear glass with a wide opening. Is
easier, more economical than any jar
Call and see for yourself.
DAVIDSON'S CASH STORE
22-24 West Wach. St., Phoenix, Ariz.
If you are so unfortunate as to need
the use of an artificial eye, remember
that we carry a large assortment of
both "reform" and -shell." All first
class grade. Don't send a-way for
them, we can save you time and
DR. E. MUNSON
118 West Washington Street
Many diseases and much ill
health can be prevented by dis
infecting all suspicious places,
such as sinks, closets, traps,
drains, garbage cans, cesspools,
cuspidores and cellars.
We have a full line of disin
fectants Carbolic Acid, Chlo
ride of - Lime, Kreso, Creoline,
Lysol, Cresyline, Formaldehyde,
eta, at lowest prices.
LARSON DRUG CO.
Vote for the Center Street
Bridge and a Greater Phoenix
N. W. Corner Center and Wash
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We Have Just Received J
a shipment of fine, fresh Kan
sas Graham Flour. Have you
tried our Graham Bread? It I
will do you good.
Home Baking Company
M. J. Pettid, Mgr.
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Vaudeville and Pictures
"ITS THE SHOW"
AND IF YOU LIKE
THE ARIZONA CLEANING AND
Mrs. Lilur Wilson. Prop,
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Daily Weather Report J
I Local Daily Weather Report for 7.
I Forecast for today Fair.
Data for 24 hours ending 5: SO X
T P. m. yesterday.
a. m. p. m.
X Barometer, inches... .29.66 29.61 I
Temperature, degrees. 70 102
T Dew point, degrees.. 41 34
Humidity, per cent.. 35 9 J.
Wind direction XE W t
Wind velocity, miles 2 ' 6 T
X Rainfall, inches 0 .0 X
Weather Clear Clear T
X Mean daily humidity 22
Mean daily temperature 87
T Highest temperature 105
4 Lowest temperature 69
Total daily rainfall 00
. Accumulated excess in tern
' perature since January 1, 7
T Accumulated deficiency In
f rainfall since January 1, 1.31
I N. JESUNOFSKT.
Of Local Interest
MRS. DAVIE DEPARTS Mrs. R. P.
Davie will leave today for the coast
where she will pass the greater part of
RODE ON SIDEWALK Allen
Smith was fined three dollars yester
day by Judge Thomas for riding his
bicycle on the sidewalk.
THE SALE OF A RANCH John
Vance of Mesa was in town yesterday
and reported the sale of one of his
ranches near Mesa yesterday at a good
figure. The tract contains eighty
acres. It brought $16,000.
FORESTERS' WEEKLY DANCE
The fourth of a series of weekly
dances being given by the Foresters
will be held at Eusliuke park tonight.
This is u week-end '-.'frit thai means
lri-on-liht walks, a row n the lake,
music, .'.! dancing, anJ a sod time
FOREIGN MISSIONARY SOCIETY
The Women's Foreign Missionary
society of the First M. E. church will
meet today at the church parlors at
3 o'clock. This will be their lust meet
ing for this year and the annual Mite
Box opening. All members are re
quested to be present.
A SOLITARY CASE The criminal
docket of the United States court was
quickly cleared yesterday. There was
only one case, that of Hinginio Ber
dusco, who had been indicted for a vio
lation of the Edmunds act. Several
witnesses were examined. The Jury
was out only a few minutes, and except
for the looks of the thing It need not
have left the box. A verdict of guilty
ESCAPED FROM ASYLUM Dan
Hampton escaped from the asylum for
the Insane Wednesday afternoon. The
police were notified to be on the look
out for him late the same night.
Hampton is described as being 43 years
old. and weighing about 165 pounds.
He has dark hair and a short black
moustache. He was dressed in a blue
cotton shirt and overalls. He is not
considered dangerous. He is very quiet
and talks but little.
RECITAL OF YO'JNC MUSICIANS
A very attractive program was ren
dered at the School of Music yester
day afternoon by young students. The
program consisted of piano solos,
duet, trios, and quartettes and read
ings, twenty-nine children taking
part, eighteen of them under twelve
years of age playing solos entirely
from memory'- They were the pupils
of Miss Trump, Miss Trott and Mrs.
Cate. The following took part in the
program: Frances Long. Grace CIs
ney, Mildred Marks, Beth Thomas,
Lois Tuckey, Maytae Smallhouse,
Elizabeth Wilson, Eugene Fulton,
Alexandra Loomos, Lucile Fulton,
Beatrice Metten, Marguerite Blendin
ger, Mary McDermott, Kathrine Cor
sell, Martha Casey, Carroll Rhoades,
Russell Rhoades, Elva Sturges. Mat
tye Steele, Gail Baker, Robert McCoy,
Elma Chipperfield, Edith Llebenow,
Gretchen Isaac, Elsie Miller, Selma
Dye, Mildred Sackman, Emma Dilley.
A VISIT TO KENTUCKY Justice
Johnstone and his son, C. W. John
stone Jr., will leave in the early part
of August for a visit to their former
home, Louisville, Ky. This will be the
first time that Charlie has seen Louis
ville when he left it a little boy for
Arizona. The colonel has been back
there twice since coming to this terri
tory, but his last visit was made more
a shipment of Crane's
Linen Lawn and
Crane's Kid French
Society Note Paper, in
all the correct sizes.
H. II. McflEIL GO,
Opposite Court House.
than twenty years ago. He Is there
fore prepared to encounter some
changes without being overcome by
SENT TO INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL
Judge Kent yesterday sent Leona
Holland,, a 14-year-old girl, to the In
dustrial school at Benson. The case
came up on the complaint of the father
of the girl, who "said that he could not
keep her at home. She has a step
mother with whom she could not get
THE DOG TAX City Collector Bar
nett serves notice that the dog tags
for this y?ar, of an exceptionally hand
some pattern, are now ready for dis
tribution. Notwithstanding the lower
price of copper, which enters largely
into the material of the brass tags, the
price Is the same as last year. The
fiscal year for dogs will not begin
until June 10. but the tags and licenses
are now ready so that owners need not
wait until that time for very soon aft
er the beginning of the fiscal year the
dog catcher will be sent on his bloody
rounds. . .
UNINJURED BY FALL DOWN
SHAFT Testerday afternoon Charles
Jones, a lad of twelve or thirteen years
of age, took a headlong dive down
the elevator shaft of the Pioneer
Transfer company, and was pulled out
of the hole none the worse for the
twelve-foot drop. Several boys were
playing on the walk in front or the
transfer company's office. The ele
vator which. Is pn the sidewalk and
which is usually iip even with the walk
happened to be down on the cellar
floor. The boy in dodging one of his
playmates fell head first down the
shaft. That he escaped without seri
ous Injury Is a .marvel.
Our line of quality Oxfords
speak .for themselves. The fin
est grade of material,' worked
into the highest class of an
Oxford by the world's best
workmen. Oxford's that fit,
but at the same time are cool
H. L DIEHL & CO.
8 Wes Washington 8L
A Fit For Every Foot.
Vote ' for the Center Street
Bridge and a Greater Phoenix
CARE OF THE CHIEF There is
a telegram at the police station for
Will La.-svn addressed care of the
chief of police.
PARTY LEAVES FOR EAST Dr
and Mrs. F. G. Angeny left yesterday
for Avon-by-the-Sea. near Asbury
Park. N J. They were accompanied
as far as Kansas City by Mrs. J. A.
Moore and Mrs. Hattie EX Hill. Dr.
Angeny will practice during the sum
mer and will be connected with the
Samaritan hospital In Philadelphia
They went by way of the Santa Fe.
GRATEFUL MINISTER W. R.
Burgess, pastor of the Second Baptist
church, expresses his thanks to the
ladies aid society for the donation of
books and other things for the bene
fit of the church building being erect
ed on the corner of Fifth Ave. and
Jefferson street. The donations were
sold for cash amounting to $25 which
goes to the church fund.
NEW PICTURE MACHINE J. T.
Vance, who runs the auditorium at
Mesa was in the city yesterday. He
said he had just made arrangements
for the. installation of the first perma
nent picture machine ever brought to
that town. The machine was pur
chased in Los Angeles and will arrive
in a day or so. It will be seen for
the first time at the Saturday right
dance at the auditorium. It will be
In use about two days of each week
and will be constantly supplied with
ANOTHER JUNE WEDDING H
M. Thornton of the Goldwater store
and Mrs. Hope Betts of Glendale, were
quietly married at the home of Dr. and
Mrs.' John W. Foss. Wednesday at 6
6 p.m. The ceremony was performed
by the Rev. Bertram R. . Cocks. A
wedding supper was then served and
the bride and groom left immediately
afterward on their honeymoon. There
were very few present and the wed
ding was kept as quiet as possible.
Mr. Thornton has been with Gold
water brothers for some time. . He has
had charge of the firm's advertising
and later has been store manager.
TUCSON NEXT SUNDAY What
will probably be the last game of the
'spring baseball season will be played
at Eastlake park next Sunday Detween
the Tucson nine and the Salt River
Valley nine. After the three decisive
victories from Prescott last week Tuc
son is looked to as the only rival of
the Valley nine. The games that have
been played this season with this team
have resulted in a tie. Tucson won
one game with the score of 7 to 6 and
the Valley nine won the other to the
tune of 6 to S. The scores would ap
pear to indicate that the nines are
pretty evenly matched and a fine ex
hibition of the national game may be
looked forward to next Sunday.
18-20 West Washington St.
is what you're look
ing for today. You
want cool clothes:
They're here. Every
sort of hot weather
clothing is ready;
thin underwear, hos
iery, light belts, sus
penders in fact any
thing you need at any
price you want to
the soft collar shirts
we'll show you fine
ehambrav and soi
sette, $1.00 to $3.00;
mercerized silk in
white and several col
ors, $3.50 to $5.00;
beautiful, thin, im
ported Japanese silk,
white or fancy fig
ures, $5.00 to $6.00.
Over fortv stvles
from which to select.
All sizes, 14 to 20.
of light striped mohair, fine
French fannel, rich cassl
meres, unfinished worsteds,
blue serge in fact, most any
kind of material you'll want
$4.00 to $8.50. You ought
to see the splendid white
serge we're selling at $6.50;
or you can have white with
black stripe if you'd rather;
same price. And we'll -show
you more Trousers at $5.00
than any store in this town.
Come and see.
You ought to see what's
doing in Straw Hats forty
styles all shapes, $1.50 to
$6.50.. Panamas $5.00, $6.50,
$12.00', up to $25.00.'
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ii Grand Free
will be rendered all Saturday evening at our large and commodious
place by the Phoenix Indian School Band. The Boston Mixer will
be on hand with his big smile and ready to serve the public with
the purest and most delicious drinks and eatables in the cool and
refreshing line, that can be had In the southwest. EVERYBODY
COME. Plenty room. An enjoyable time; do you good.
Egg Chocolate, the ladies' favorite. (The Home of Egg Drinks.)
I ELYEY & HULETT
Phone Main 1. Alkire Old Stand. 27 E. Washington St.
VOTE FOR CENTER STREET BRIDGE AND A GREATER' PHOENIX.
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AT THE COLISEUM The Coliseum
made an entire change of program
last night, and as a whole was good,
as usual. J. B. King, the 'Tramp
Equilibrist," introduced some new
stunts in Juggling that were away out
of the ordinary'. Mr. King is one of
the best In his line on the western
circuit today. W. W. Wilson, the
world champion buck and wing dancer,
can't help but deliver the goods; it's
a way he has. The pictures and Il
lustrated songs were above the av
erage. Tonight is amateur night.
A VISITING POSTMASTER Geo.
D. Burtis, postmaster of the town of
Roosevelt, Ariz., was a Phoenix visitor
yesterday. Mr. Burtis is the man who
for a tim defied the raising water I
In Salt river and refused to move his j
little old postoffice until he got In- i
structions from Washington, but he
hail to give .In finally or drown, and
he refused to drown. This incident
recalled, reminds one of another which
was mentioned in Wednesday night's
dispatches and which in some respects
was quite a coincident. It was that
of another town in a northern state,
also named Roosevelt, and which was
also submerged by the water rising
behind a dam. The dam, though, was
constructed by a landslide in the
twinkling of an eye and the postmaster
waa given even less time than Mr.
Burtis was in which to move.
GONE TO WASHINGTON M. O.
Bicknell of the Arizona railwav com
mission left Wednesday night for
Washington to be present at the re
hearing of the Spokane freight rate
case before the interstate commerce
commission June 9. The Spokane
chamber of commerce wired the Ari
zona commission Wednesday . urging
the importance of a member being In
attendance, and the matter which had
already been seriously considered by
the members, was taken up with Gov
ernor Sloan, who agreed that It was
SADDLES & HARNESS
Look us over before buying.
Vote for the Center Street Bridge and
a Greater Phoenix.
ADDLE AND HARNESS CO.
SPURS AND BITS.
44 West Washington St.
Telephone Main 89
F. B. Baptist & Co.
ERY & NEWS STORE
11-13 N. Center St.
We have one of the best as
sorted stocks of Post Card Al
bums. Let us show you.
Vote for the Center Street
Bridge and a Greater Phoenix
ICE TEA. -
If you want to improve your un
derstanding, drink Tea; it Is the in
tellectual beverage. But there are
Teas and Teas Teas that are good
and Teas that are not good. It's to
drink the best; besides the best is the
more wholesome, the most economical.
We have special blends for Iced
Tea: try them. They are good.
VALLEY TEA eV COFFEE HOUSE.
Phone Red 2601. 131 N. Center St
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Band Concert I
Quality Druggists ii
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After all no other household
Soap Is as dependable and also
as cheap as the Soap our grand
mothers used G R A N D P A'S
5c Cake 5c
W. Washington St.
Phone Main 259.
the Center Street
' a Greater Phoenix
very desirable that a member of the
commission should go. Mr. Bicknell
being the rate expert of the commis
sion was decided upon as the proper
A FINE GRANDDAUGHTER
Born, a daughter. May 29, to Mr. and
Mrs. C. J. LaFenor, at Palmer, Neb.
Mrs. LaFenor was formerly Miss
Hazel Strait of Phoenix. second
daughter of A. L. Strait, who feels
quite proud of his first granddaugh
ter. CHATAUQUA CATALOGUE Bus
iness men who have been given space
for advertising In the Phoenix Chau
tauqua catalogue are . requested to
have their copy for the ad ready right
away as Mr. Higgins desires to give
the copy to the printer so he can
begin at once the printing of the
17S YIP !
Is a hit in the list of new
VICTOR RECORDS FOR JUNE
Xow on sale.
MILLER STERLING COMPANY
Successors to E. L. Andrew 6V Son.
We have just received
complete assortment of
ever shown in Phoenix
The p-ice is
Talbot & Hubbard
Vote For the Center St. Bridge and Greater Phoenix.
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E. THOMA MANUFACTURING CO.
: Salesroom 22 S. Third
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In about fifteen minutes we can
convince you that no m'Mlern up-to-date
office can afford to be
Edison Business Phonograph.
BerryhiU's Big Book Store
'The Thirsty Man's
wanted for Phoenix, Tempe
Mrs. M. A. Stevens, Mgr.
42 N. Fourth Ave.
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: Rogers & McMnrtry :
; 24 W. Jefferson St. j
A reliable Auction House con- . .
, . ducted by competent Auction- ' '
) ) eers. Goods aold . on commls-
sion and prompt returns made.
Regular sales at 1:30 p. m. tsv-
) ) ery Saturday. Outside sales of
. any description solicited and ', ',
will endeavor to give atisfac- 1
tlon; particular attention given
. to the patronage of lad.es. who ! '.
will never find anything In our
' auction room to offend the
most fastidious. ! ',
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Sold, Rented and Repaired.
ARIZONA ELECTRIC CO.
Tel. Black 8534.
V. R. Norrie, Prop.
a .tH,,tH,.H -Ml 11 11 111 H 1 1 Hi
where you enjoy
neat. Quick and
none too go 3d.
nnnrTlTi YE BEN'S FRENCH KITCHEN.
LUUJVLNU' Phono Red 2021. 11 W. Washington St.
VOTE FOR CENTER STREET BRIDGE AND A GREATER PHOENIX.
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ADEE M AYE.
9-11 East Washington St.
- is right.
which come from this Jewelry store
are always prominently . displayed.
People know that our jewelry, silver
and cut glassware are stamped with
the hall mark of quality. So if you
have a wedding gift to make, obtain
it here. That will at once prove your
generosity and your good taste.
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Avenue. Phone Main 361. I
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MORDEN'S BIG SECOND
Buys, sells and rents stoves.
New and second hand fur
niture, stoves and ranges.
WHAT MONEY WILL DO AT
D.W. Williams Grocery Go
No. 42 No. lot Ave.
IS lbs. Beet Sugar f or.. g 1.00
15 lbs. Cane Sugar for.. 81.00
S cans any kind of Lye...-25ei
Columbian Pie Pumpkin.
Gallon can Pie Pumpkin, 45
Gal can Pie Blackberries 50
GaL can Pie Peaches 50
Gallon can Pie Apricots... 45
Gallon can Pis Apples 45
Armour's Pork and Beans.
Van camp's Pork and Beans,
If you wain It quick
Phone Main 173.
Evarthlng First Class
Famous Tom Faust Beer on
Bill y Gamble, Proprietor.
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THE HOFFMAN CIGAR
8TAND, E. J. DOYLE, PROP.
CIGARS, TOBACCO AND
Corner Broadway and Center.
Vote for -the Center Street
Bridge and a Greater Phoenix
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t G. A. Streitz, County Surveyor..
i STREITZ & THOMPSON 1
U. S. Mineral Surveyors
X City, country and mineral sur- 4-
veys. Mine work. Engineering T
T designs. Estimates and Con- X
Room 6 Monihon Block.
Phono Red 241.
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You Must Stop
FOR A WARM ROOM AND
A QUIET NIGHT8 REST
THE WILLIAMS HOUSE
41 & 1st Ave.
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the meal. Everything clean and
courteous service. The best is
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