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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, 1 WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 23, 1909.
8 SEE US FOR INDER Our Price is Right EZRA W. m in i ii 1 1 1 m n i in i An Enviable Reputation When you need a plumber the chances are you need him pretty badly. And why not get a good one? Gosart Plumbing Co. 2S-30 N. Second Ave. Phone Main 285. Residence Phone Main 230. 7 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i i EMINJIN FOR GOVERNMENT JOBS Numerous Positions to be Filled From Eligibles Secured at July Examina tions. Chances Good, as Some Places Have No Eligibles Listed. Examinations wi.l be held at the local office of the United States Civil Service commission and elsewhere on the following dates for the following iiositfons: n June 30. Poultry laborer, male. The salary for this position ranges from $480 to $720 per annum and the position is. in the bureau of animal industry at Eethesda, Md. The ex amination comprises the common branches and fifty per cent of the I value Is calculated on experience In feeding chickens i-hd stock. The ! candidate rou.it be between the ages' of 25 and 55. 1 On July 8 and 9. Computer in the supervising, architect' office. The. salary is $1400' per annum. The ex.- animation demands a knowledge Of materia's and . construction, specifi cations anfl Oie candidate must have two years experience. On July- .8 Trained nurse, male, for service- on the Isthmus of Pana tufe. The salary Is $72' per annum with board and quarters furnistied. The applicants .must -have had' lit least a two .years' courne in training and must have knowledge or anatomy add physiology, h'ygieiie. of the sick room, general and .surgical. One fifth count on practical experience. Applicants' must be between the ugt-s of 20 and 45. On July. 8 and 9. Clerk-translator, The salary Is $1G(M per. annum. The candidate must be proficient in French, German, Italian, ' Spanish, Swedish and Danish. No eligibles for tiiis position were ' secured for this position at the last examination and (jualified persons ; are urged to enter. in July 8 and 9.- - Assistant classi fier geological survey.- The salary in from Jitfia to $150H per annum. The examination demands knowledge of l:i:t t hematics, geology, . topography, diafting. Experience is rated on the application. ( on July g. Guard, t'nited States penitentiary. The' salary is JS40 per annum. The examinations demands a knowledge of the common branches. The ape limit is from 22 to 50 years. On July 14. Pathologist, male. The KIMONOS Xow is the Avcathcr ? when the Kimono reigns supreme. The only house- wrap of eomfoit. See my new line. FRANCIS .Cor.. 2nd &. Wash. Sts. f "jfe s Cool I v ' ' TWINE THAYER hi 1 1 1 n 1 1 tn ti 1 1 miiimu 1 1 1 1 n i u 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 u 1 1 1 u 1 4- salary is $2000 per annum. The ap plicants must be graduates of a first class medical college and must have had one year's work in a patholoblcal laboratory subsequent to their grad uation from college. On July 14. Laboratory helper, de partment of agriculture. The salary with this position is $800 per annum. The examination demands a knowl edge of the common branches and fifty per cent is counted on training and experience. Age limit 18 years or over on the date of examination. In all of the examinations in whicii the age limit is not stated, the limit is 20 years or over. All applications for examination must be made at a time sufficiency long before the date of the examination to allow the pap ers With the examination questions, to be sent from Washington to the point where the examination .Is held. WHAT SOME PEOPLE ARE DOING. Some people let a trifling thing like weak nerves run along because they think it will remedy itself. If they would take Sexine Pills in time they would , save' many a dollar, and be strong and able to work' beslles. $1 a box( 6 boxes $5, with full guarantee for all forms of nerve Weakness. Ad dress Or call Elvey & Hulett, drug gists, where they sell all: the principal remedies and do not substitute. FINE PROPERTIES'; , ' CHANGE OWNERSHIP W. G. Folleson and H. P. DeMund Parties to a Trade Through the Val ley Realty Co. One of the most Important real es tate trades made in the last three weeks, in fact In the last month, was pulled orf yesterday, when W. G. Tol leson took over the residence of H. P. DeMund, for the Bradley; ranch south west of town. Mr. . Tolleson has come into iosse sion of one of the best residences in Phoenix, located at-1608 West Jeffer son. Shade is in abundance on the four lots that go with the place. The house is of the two-story variety, with 12 rooms, every modern . appointment, with wide verandas: There an? elec tric lights, complete water service, and a garage at the rear of the houi.-. The Hradley ranch, which Mr. De Mund received for the residence, con tains 40 acres of Improved land, with one of the best records' In the valley. The ranch is well Improved and well ditched for irrigation, etc.. There is a $5000 residence on the place as well as a big roomy, new barn. Sixteen acres of the ranch is in pears that have given bumper crops every year. Ii. II. Smith, or the Valley Realty & Trust company is given , credit for making the transaction'. A game: PRESERVE Delegate Cameron Trying to Have One Set Aside in the Catalinas Washington, D. C, June 21. (Spe caii.) Delegate Cameron haa receiv ed a large number of petitions asking that the Santa Catalina mountains : be made a game preserve. The matter will be taken up with the department at ince. ' Delegate Cameron has recieved a protest against the executive order regarding the Roosevelt project of February 25, prohibiting the killing of birds on the irrigation project. Anyone contemplating 'spending the summer at Flagstaff win find all the modern conveniences and good service at Commercial Hotel. We keep Jill the Arizona papers on file. J. H. Dona hue, Mgr. A COMPLICATED SUIT . , FOR REPAYMENT OF RENT LITIGATION WHICH HAD ITS ORI GIN IN FIRE. The Story of a Store Front in the Rear. A complicated civil suit was tried before Justice Johnstone yesterday and it would have been still more compli cated if a part of It had not been dis missed. A. H. Reeves one of the pro prietors of the Coliseum and formerly proprietor of the Electric theater In the Winters building brought suit against the owner E. H. Winters for the recovery of $200 the amount of rent paid for the months of June, July, August and September of this year. A lease for the room was renewed at the beginning of the year, the rent to be paid in advance and which was paid at the beginning of the year. This pe culiar arrangement was doubtless made to secure to Mr. Winters his rent for what might be supposed to be dull months in the show business. One night in February a fire broke out In the theater which made the theater uninhabitable for show pur poses and Mr. Reeves moved else where, at length, entering Into partner ship with Mr. Wood in the Coliseum. In the meantime, Mr. Winters re paired the damages inflicted bv the and rented the room to the Singer Sewing Machine company which has occupied it since the first of the month. Mr. Reeves demanded repay ment of the rent on the ground that the fire had terminated the lease and that Mr. Winters was already receiv ing rent from the Singer Sewing Ma chine company. Mr. Winters put In a counter com plaint asking the court to award him damages in the sum of $625 for the destruction of the front of the building by the fire. Here the complications began to come in. The statement that the front of the building was in the rear at the time of the fire Is no? as paradoxical as It might seem at first glance, and without explanation. The front was not suited to the purposes of a picture show and Mr. Reeves had had another put In. The original front Was stored in the back part of the building and was burned with every thing else in it that February night when it looked for a time as if the whole block would go. Objection was made by the defense to this cross complaint on the ground that it was beyond the jurisdiction of the court which is limited In adjudica tion, holding that the plaintiff might as easily begin, an action in a justice's court for the recovery of as large a sum as was asked for in the cross complaint. Thereupon the cross-complaint was amended bringing the amount prayed for to $300 but elsewhere there was mentioned another sum the plaintiff owed the defendant of $125 so that the complaint was open to the same ob jection as before. On the motion of the defense this complaint was dismissed and the trial proceeded on the plain tiffs complaint alone. Mr. Reeves had brought several witnesses to testify In the matter of the cross-complaint but they were not called. It was expected to prove by them that the front had been stored in the building at the Instance of Mr. Winters who had declared that he would hold the plaintiff responsible for it if It were stored in a regular ware house. It was also expected , to be proved that In the adjustment of the Insurance, Mr. Winters had received $200 for the front which had been put in by Mr. Reeves. Justice Johnstone Will announce a decision today. BEATEN BY BLIND HE NEEDED IT Nicolas Samaripo Wa Engaged in Murdering Sleep. Nicolas Samaripo was befilre Justice Johnstone yesterday charged wVh a disturbance of the peace. He looked rather as it his peace had been shat tered. One tooth had recently been knocked out; one eye was In mourn ing and there were abrasions and con tusions all over his face. The most wonderful thing about the affair was tliat all this ruin had been wrought by a man who was totally blind. Samaripo had Invaded th southern part of town the evening before and hud stopped in front of the house where the bund man lived. He had made the night hideous by his .singing and yelling and the afflicted one came out and begged to be allowed to sleep. Sa.maripo cursed him and yelled and sang more vociferously than ever. It was then Unit the second stage of tlie disturbance of the peace wan ushered in. Samaripo did not know how tins blind man did it, for In the ensuing minutes ie did not have time to look. But it was done, and well done, and when It was over Samaripo was ar rested and taken to jail. He presented such a sorry spectacle when he was brought into court that the judge tiwdi pit. on him and let him off with five days in the county jail. It will take about that long for his injuries to mend, so far as they will ever mend. Btit the tooth will never mend for it was one of the second set.' o "' ROOTS, HERBS AND BARKS. You can no doubt recall the collec tion of roots, herbs and barks your grandmother made ever- fall for the futnily medicine chest. . It is interesting to note that the -most successful remedy for female ills had its origin more than 30 years ago In one of these home medicine chests, and Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound is made today in immense quan tities from those same roots and herbs with extreme accuracy, care and clean liness. o 1,000 LBS. BIG RIPE CHERRIES, 10c PER LB. 1,000 BOXES CALI FORNIA BLACKBERRIES, 3 FOR 25c. McKEE'S CASH STORE, SIGlMlEADAQiiE Positively enred by these LiUle Pills. TUcy also relievo Dis tress from Dyspepsia, in digestion and Too Heart Eating. A perfect rem edy tor Dizziness. Nausea, Drowsiness, Bad Taste In too Month, Coated Tongue, Fain In the Side, TOItPID LIVER. They regulate tie Bowels. Purely Vegetable, SMALL PILL SHALL DOSE. SHALL PRICE CURE SICK HEADACHE. Genuine Must Bear Fac-Simile Signature SEEK UNCLE SAM'S BONDS BL POSTAL BANK FIGHT Motive Prompting Anomalous Stand of Banking Interests Disclosed by Effort to Increase Public Debt. Chicago, June 19 (Special Corre spondence or The Republican.) Alarm expressed by national banks at the diminishing supply of government bonds because Uncle Sam is reducing the puolio debt In spite of billion dollar congresses has proved one explanation for the obstinate opposition offered by the American Bankers" association to the postal savings depository system, notwithstanding big bankers frankly admit that it would bring vast hoards of cash back into circulation. Recently the line of opposition has disclosed the anomalous position of the national and state banks of the cities, notwithstanding bank dcMsits will be increased some half billion dol lars by the "national school of thrift" which has been successfully in oper ation in Canada. England, France, It aly, Belgium and Austria for many years and has been adopted by the cortes of Spain within the fortnight. The secret is out, the banking interests are making every effort for new na tional bond issues. The plea Is made that the deficit can be cared for In no other way. The relation of bond Issues to postal savings banks is direct: unless the ostal depository system is blocked Uncle Sam will have no excuse to Is sue bonds, because it is realized that the aggregate of postal deposits will be huge, large enough to build Panama canals many times. In Great Pritain the postal deposits In 1907 had reached the total of $7fi6,474.12r. though the average account was but $71. 88 for the accounts numbered 10.092.55.1. Ic France the postal deposits in 1907 were $258,374,735 although the average ac count was but $53.89. The Carter bill now languishing in congress limits the account of any depositor to $1000 and $100 in any month, so that the larger savings accounts will not be disturbed but the myriad of small savings that are never put into banks, both because of the remoteness of the nearest bank and because of fear of banks, will be certain to accumulate in I'ncle Sam's hands through the deposits made at postoffice throughout the land. "A turning point hits been reached in the nation;. I financing of the L'nited States and every circumstance points to a greater participation In it by the American people, particularly the peo ple of small means," declared the Pos tal Savings Bank League in a bulletin just issued by Chairman George II. Currier. "The political party in power is pledged to the postal savings bank measure, the banking interests are practically the only opponents and the bankers have not yet come to realize that it is tinue and past time for them to capitulate. The postal savings de pository measure is so plainly a meas ure for the good of ail, including bank ers, that It must become plain to the members of congress that the minority must not be allowed to temporize or SKEETER SKOOT 3tt Means a "Skld- i do" to the mos quito and all kinds of insects. -.fc41 TAN AND FRECKLE LOTION. Nothing can compare with this lotion, for keeping the skin free from ummer blemish. BOTH ARE REXALL PREP ; A RATIONS. TheVLstore 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I n I I HI I I I I 1 1 Sogers & McMurtry Auction House. : ; 24 W. Jefferson St. ' ' A reliable Auction House con- . . ducted by competent Auctlon- eers. Goods sold on commls- ; slon and prompt returns made. Regular sales at 1:30 p.m. ev I ery Saturday. Outside sales of . . any description solicited i.nd ', will endeavor to give satisfac- ; tlon; particular attention given to the patronage of ladles, who ! will never find anything In our ; ; auction room to offend the ' most fastidious. . iHARTFRSl OlTTLE 1 1 iwrn III PILLS. CARTERS TOlTTLE IflVER I 1 ni 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 n? 48 :oeie BOYS' BLOUSE WAISTS This' is Hie season of the year when the. Boy's Blouse Waist question looms up. We've made splendid provision for the bovs' wants. We've Just received that shipment of choice waists that we have been' looking for, and they are a swell lot. Blouse Waists, with or without collars, ages from 5 to 16 years, new fabrics, well made and correctly cut. 50 We ask mothers to come hero with their Blouse Walnt Ideas and pee how well we can plt-ase them and fit the boy. you LL o BETTEH AT 30EZXO! delay any more. That program has been followed fourteen years (tiite long enough. Write to your congress men." 1 1111 1 ! I M 11 1 1 I 1 U M1H"M' I PERSONAL MENTION i.H,l,,n"K"M till M"t H-M--W-H- At the Hotel Adams; J. Wi Pierce, San Francisco; D. J. Roberts, El I'aso; Roscoe G. Willwm, Albuquerque; ThoK Poulkes, Los Angeles;; William Wil liams, Globe; Thos. Kavanaugh, Tuc son; Dew Williams, St. Louis; El T. Stewart, Globe. mm Wo fi K 111? she looks forward to the hour with apprehension. Mother's Friend, ty its penetrating and soothing properties, allays nausea, nervousness, unpleasant feelings, and so prepares the system for the ordeal thai sne passes through the event with but little suffering, as numbers have testified and HV said, "it is worth its weight in ML POld sl.H0 per boltl.! t,f dnigrtrta. 6 ISoi.Sl contaiiiing yal jable in- .'ormation mailed free. THE BRADFIELD R REGULATOR CO. Atlanta. Ga. Some Good Shoe News j -. Our latest shipment of Women's. and ? Children's Shoes certainly deserves to be seen. The styles and thing for now. We BUT Ladies" Champagne Gilison Tie, turn sole, mil itary heel, very soft and flexible; Just arrived. lJrke Si. 00 B401 All Linen Canvas Gibson Tie. turn solo, low French heel, very neat last. Price . .... .$3.50 BARGAINS We are offering some good values today, but the space allows us to only mention these few items: PONGEE SILK Domestic, a good quality at regular price, S'lc per yard, 27 inches wide. Today we are selling same at, per yard G9 Same Silk in 36-inch width, regular $1.1." quality today, at, ior yard...'i S9c SHANTOONG SILK Natural color, with neat figures in Havy and green, regular price !9c; 27 inches wide. To- w - 414 WHITE MADRAS WAISTING 33 inches wide, in stripes; per yard . ............ . ! 30 SPECIAL, SUITINGS If you're going to make a suit now these few items ought to appeal to you: 4 SHADOW STRIPED COTTON TAFFETA, 2S inches wide, in navy, reseda, light blue, Alice, champagne ami white; value 3,1c per yard. Today 23 SOISETTES AND POPLINS In reseda, light blue, pink, lavender, navy, nlack. rose and tan. These are leautiful materials for suits. Special today at. per yard 16 ECONOMY LINEN In all our striped patterns. You know the regular price is 20c per yard. Selling today at, per yard jo '2C TUP RFCT IE30E3fev V w w: ! ft v vv MLr' Cents ovrriTTcns TO MEM ) At the Ford: C. P. Calvert, Elalr, New; Edmund Fenlebacher and wife, Springfield; C. E. Sides, Ray, Ariz.; R. S. Mountjoy. Webb City, N. M.; W. T. VanMeter and wife, Mea; F. W. Austin, Kelvin; E. P. Nolle, irginla; H. Feebai k, Los Angeies; J. J.. Ryan, San Francisco; J. W. Dlake, Los Ange les; G. tt Stone, Silver Hell, Ariz.; I). W. Hall, Salome; J. Arthur Calles. Preseott; Fred C. Au-sbeon, San Fran cisco; Jrs. Roy Smith, Glendale; W. P.. Dups, Homer, La.; T. S. Supece, Ho mer, La. At the Commercial. L. D. Perkin Kon, Chicago; W. Jackson, city; F. T. Pomeroy, Mesa; S. F. Diuia, Mesa; Atha Dorris and wife. Buckeye; W. B. Dalley, San Antonio; W. B. Moore, Gluson; W. F. NeiL Bibee. Is to love children, and no home can be happy without them, yet the ordeafthrough which ihe expectant mother must pass usually is so full of sufFerino- nrri rfrpnrl thit leathers are just the note these few B137 White Calfskin Blucher Cut Oxford, eyelets, turn sole, low French heel; something new at $5.00 F1I Children's and Miss es' Patent Ankle Strap Pump, with patent leather bow, turn sole: to s Si.50 'i t ii S2.00 H'i t, t JS2.5U 2Vi to 4 $3.00 AIXAAVC ia m " ".-r.a fci tut j Specialty Chronic Diseases. COHSUrXNO PtIYSlCIAN. SUCCESSFUL rvMHonr. mun. I 1 J. J t graduate or J ' .Harvard medical college. V" ONE Or THE DCT EXPERIENCE AND KNOWLEDGE TeU tha Stery Dr. nibbard hs been in the ucie loraliiy lor mauv years, hucwfiiul and reliable he bas won 'the public confidence. Hi? sueeess in built upon abiiit and reliability. . The eurwl patient brings another and e continuous ne ird of permanent cures thoroughly eHtablihe r,i.e an havii.i? a reputation for SUPEBIOX SKILL Contagious Blood Foiuon, Neryo Vital La bility, Pelvic iliwase. contracted ailments. ALL CKMATUBAL DISCHARGES along the urwhra ami all i.ntatn.ns of the urinary trai t pertaining to the prontrate itlanil. Bladder and Kidneys as the result of intlaraatory comli li. .is are removed and sound, healthy tisauea established, thereby leaving the part fully resto edas intended by nature. Cancer and external growth.removej with out the kniie or severe mrasuxt-s. Dr. Hibbard, liibbard building. 2C-t South .Second Avenite, Phoenix, Arizona. C'onsulia ion Kree. Hours 10- Li. 1-3. S 7 H Just Received i II A Gar Load of H i I NATIONAL ii BISCUIT CRACKERS AND AliES J All the Fancy i i Crackers and Cookies in , ! pkgS Sold :: :!at Marked:: :: P r i c e on :: Pkgs Ask i . ' ::Your Grocer:: H E. S. Wakelin H II Grocer Co. DISTRIBUTORS OMIMll 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 if wi i i i 1 1 1 i n nun h h 1 1 1 LAUNDRY SATISFACTION jj '. '. "The girl from up there," says,. there isn't a collar, cuff, or ; ; shirt front laundered anywhere 1 in this country that can com- , pare with our laundry work. i: PHOENIX LAUNDRY j! ; ; Phone Main 130. ; HiiiiiiiiniiiMiiiHiu "V i i e t. t . u innnenn cr KPmsnnirnni i' ' - have removed from 22 North - X Second Street to - T 31 SOUTH FIRST AVENUE .;. where they will be pleased to y meet all old customer and many new ones. i HH--MH--4-W-H-K 1 I H 1 H 1