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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 23, 1909.
r s Florence Aalomatic: Oil Stove Like Burning Gas.' The Florence Automatic Oil Stove is the nearest thing to burning nat ural gas in the flame, in economy, and in aafety. SUMMER COOK STOVES -"' Are a matter of economy at well a luxury and comfort and every Ari zona housewife should have a Flor ence Automatic Oil Cook Stove. When you call to buy our Schram Auto matic Sealing Fruit Jara ask to ee the Florence Automatic Oil Stove. You will need one to keep that kitch en cool while; putting up fruit. Davidson's Cash Store Hardware and Furniture. 22-24 W. Wash. St, Phoenix, Ariz. means "hidden eye." )Tj The "near" lens is y f actually hidden in the "dis tance" lens, making a solid piece of glass. - No "lines;" no cement and perfect sight with the discomfort and unsigntliney ieft out Can't we show them to you? DR. E. MUNSON ' OPTICIAN. 118 West Washington Street. Your Drug Store Shopping Is the most important shopping that you do. It is the shopping upon, which depends health and strength and oftimes life and death. The best is always the cheapest quality but In drug store goods the best is the only quality you should have any thing to dil with.,, Von may feel sure that every purchase you make at LARSON DRUG CO. Is Absolutely Right. - N. W. Corner Center and Wash ington Street :: ...The Bread That's :: Guaranteed. :: pettid'S bread. :: :: Home Baking Company :: t M. J. Pettid, Mgr. 4- -S H I I 1 11 i i 4 1 1 1 1 1 M l I 1 1 1 i -w -sr-v T -x ar -w4 1 AlKUUMb Vaudeville and Pictures "ITS THE SHOW" 9 I Notice to Republican . . . .Subscribers. . . . .'. " ' Befere going away en your vacation, do not fail to give order to - have The Republican follow . you. No trouble to change your address as often as ycu wish. kThe Republican is 75 cents per month, (seven days a week.) Phone Main 47, and the circu lation man will do the rest. H-M-H M 1 1 1! 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 l 'H"V I Daily feather Report J Local Daily Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. T X Forecast for today Fa'r. Data for 14 hours ending S:S0 p.m. yesterday. . 6:30 am Barometer, Inches. . .29.7" Temperature, degrees 69 Dew point, degrees.. J5 Humidity, per cent.. .29 Wind direction E Wind velocity, miles 4 Rainfall, inches 0 Weather Clear 6:30 p.m. 29.68 102 '40 12 W 4 .0 Clear Mean daily humidity 20 Mean daily temperature 84 Highest temperature 103 Lowest temperature .. 66 T Total daily rainfall 0 Deficiency in temperature yesterday 2 degrees.- Excess in temperature since first- of month 3 degrees. Accumulated . deficiency in temperature since ,r January 1, 8 degrees. . ' T , Deficiency In rainfall yester X 'day, .0 Inches. Deficiency in rainfall since T first of month, .06 inches. Accumulated aenciency in rainfall since January 1, 1.36 Inches. G. W. LADY, Acting Section Director'. MMMM6MMMMMl MHMIIMIMMMIMH i Of Local Interest 4MIIIMHMIIIHI11IHMI DICK HALL IN TOWN D. W. Hall dropped in from Salome last evening, registering at the Ford. GO TO NEW JERSEY Capt, G. B. Norton and wife will soon leave for New Jersey to visit their daughter until the latter lart or October. ON NOBLE BUILDING Thomas Foul ken of the Foulkes-Gaylord Elec trical company of Los Angeles is here on business relating to the wiring of the Noble block. BOSTON MIXER SICK The Boston Mixer, dispensing at Elvey & Hulett's has been sick the past few days, but hopes to be able to go to work again day after tomorrow. GONE FOR THE SUMMER H. P. DeMund has left for the coast with his family and will not return until fall, when he expects to build one of the swellest residences in this locality. TO WORK OUT TEAM The boys In Company A of the A. N. G. will ex change gloves this afternoon to pick out the bent material to meet the base ball boys from Company B on July 3. ' COOK CUTS HAND One of the cooks at Gass Bro.'s cafe severely lacerated his hand yesterday morning while sawing meat. He will be able to go back to work in a day or so. WATER AND CANALS Water will be in the Arizona and Maricopa canals today as yesterday, the Salt and Ap propriators being dry. The water in the river Is gradually diminishing, the measurement at the Roosevelt dam be ing 110 even which indicates a flow of about three feet over the dam. . WHEN BIDS WILL BE OPENED In the advertisement of the board of supervisors calling for plans for the Center street bridge a quite essential matter was inadvertently omitted. That was the fixing of a date for the opening of proposals. That was ar ranged yesterday by naming July 7 as the date. BACK FROM ROOSEVELT Dr. Redewill, his mother and sister and Kirk Moore, superintendent of public instruction, returned yesterday noon from an automobile trip to Roosevelt on which they left Phoenix Sunday noon. They report a ' delightful but uneventful trip, except that they were constantly delighted with the new scenes breaking upon them at every turn of the road, and the immensity and magnificence of the big dam and its correlative works. DEATH OF N. G. HARER N. G. Harer died at the home of his daugh ter, Mrs. D. J. Peter, 912 North First street, yesterday afternoon, after hav ing been a sufferer from a cancer for over three years. Mr. Harer was a man of sterling character, an earnest Christian, respected and loved by every one who came in contact with him. He wag one of the old pioneers of the Salt river valley, having come to this coun try In the early eighties. He leaves a family of four children Albert Harer of Liberty, Mrs. George Webb of Tuc If you want the best printing, we do it. If anything in Loose Leaf Ledgers, we will make them. If filing devices in wood or metal, we furnish them. If Typewriters to rent or purchase, we have them. THE H.UNEILC0. Office Outfitters. son and Mrs. D. J. Peter of this city. Hia- good wife preceded him to the great beyond several years ago. Mr. Harer was 68 years old. The funral will be held this afternoon at' 3: 30, at the home on North' First street. GOING TO OCEAN PARK Mrs. Minnl K. Siankard and family leave tonight for Ocean Park, Cal., to spend the summer. OFF FOR HOLLYWOOD E. A. Marshall expects to leave today for Hollywood, Cal., and will remuln In definitely at Hotel Hollywood. IRON SPRINGERS Mrs. Walter Talbot and grandson, Donald Martin, will leave for Iron Springs Thursday morning. F. S. Hildreth leaves for there this morning. THE FINISHING TOUCHE&--T. J. Whitney will leave Thursday " even ing for Los Ange'.es. His mission is to see that the last touch of art is placed on the big Arizona Elks' float tb be displayed during the parade next month. ELKS TO PLAY . TUCSON The Phoenix Elk will go to Tucson to array themselves against the Elks at 'that place in baseball next Sun day, i Captain Pishon, though not making loud boasts, states that the things that will be done to the Tuc son Elks will be numerous and Htart ling. . DEATH OF A BROTHER Mrs. Erhil Ganz, who left with her hus band for the Grand Canyon a few days ago, was culled home suddenly by a telegram announcing the sud den death of a brother in Los Ange les, a newspaper man connected with the Dally Express. She left here at once to attend the funeral. ' MANY TO TAKE SUNDAY TRIP A number of inquiries have been made during the past two days concerning the tickets for the Saturday afternoon train to Iron Springs and Prescott. The fare on this train is $V for the round ' trip with a thirty-day limit unless the j holder has one of the commutation tickets which give five round Irips to Iron Springs for $20 or the same num ber of trips to Prescott for $25 . A large number of Phoenix people took the trip to the Springs last week and all are well pleased with the new serv ice. The new train is bound to prove popular with the bushiess men of this The Elks' Special Have you had an opportunity of looking over the new line of "classy" dress Oxfords for men? Just the thing for the Elks' Carnival at Los Angeles. New shapes, and every shape a fit. Oxfords of quality. H. A. DIEHL & CO. 8 West Washington St. A Fit For Every Foot. cltv. ELKS' MARCHED About seventy, five Elks answered the roll call last night for the marching club. They are doing exceptionally fine work, tackling a class of military tactics, that is . seldom attempted by even veterans. Captain Mintz Is going to take a company to Los Angeles that will certainly make things "doing." GOES TO OHIO The state com mander of the Maccabees, Mrs. Wald ron, who was so royally entertained at Eaxtlake park the other afternoon, has left for the northern part of Ari zona, and will leave from there in a few days for an all summer visit in Ohio. On her way north she stopped at Yrfickenburg, where she established a Maccabees tent. HERE FROM CHICAGO D. M. Hiliis of Chicago has been in the city the last few days looking at the' opportunities for Investment, as well as tending lr other commercial mat ters. He Is very favorably impressed with Phoenix, surrounding country, climate and opportunities, and though has not as yet made any definite move, will in all probability do so later. MORE MONSTER BEETS Greene and Griffin are exhibiting a number of sugar beets from off Section "20" south of Glendale, that weigh from 8 to 9 pounds. They average 16 per cent sugar and run from 25 ton to the acre. Mr. Griffin states that the specimens, though a bit larger than some 'of the beets In the big patch, will give a good idea of the class of beets that are being taken off from Section "20." ELKS' BALL LEAGUE The Elks of the territory are going to organize a league. Though plans have not sufficiently materialized, i the league will probably be in a po sition to don gloves in the early fall. It is the intention of those in- j terested now to pull off a series of games during fair week. Douglas, Tucson, Bisbee. Prescott, Globe, and Phoenix, are slated for the league at present, though In all probability, fE01lJB 18-20 W. Wash. St Watch and Wait for the Announcement of The Hub's Great Clearance Sale MOSQUITO ENOCKER TliaYs Hulett's. Every time; no misses, and only 25c the bottle. Be happy get a bottle. Worth its weight in gold. ELVEY a HULETT Quality Druggists Never Substitute. others will cyne in later on as thinzs come to a head. ARLINGTON . VISITORS C. W. Peterson and C. G. Deming of Arling ton were Phoenix visitors yesterday, coming partly on business and partly to help boom the Buckeye railroad. They say they need it no less now than thy did a month or two ago when the work for the bonus began. In fact they have got to ' have It and somebody must come In wfth a little more money to help grease the way. The soliciting committees are making a little pro -gress every day and adding a little to the bonus fund but it is not coming as fast as they would like to see It, while the time is getting rapidly and con stantly shorter. NEW SPECIAL RATES The sum mer colonies of. Phoenix people' in the northern part of the territory are rap idly increasing in population. Already a considerable number are established In both Prescott and Flagstaff. In or der to accommodate those who are compelled to make return trips to this city on occasions, the Santa Fe will run an excursion to Prescott every Saturday, -the round trip rates for which wiH be t7 and the limit thirty days. An excursion will be run to Flagstaff every Friday the round trip rate for which will be $12 and the lim it October 31. SUITS FOR DIVORCE Suit for di vorce was filed in district court yes terday by Mae Nelson against O. N. Nelson. The defendant is a physician, a non-resident, but he. .formerly lived in this city. He is now supposed to be in San Diego. Suit is brought on stat utory grounds and Mrs. Croyd of San Diego is named as co-respondent. Te parties were married fn Sacramento in 1898 and lived in various cities in the west, finally removing to San Diego, where the plaintiff lived until the act complained of took place and then she came to Phoenix.. That was in Decem ber of 1907. Suit was also filed by Jesse Bruce Humphreys against Stella Humphreys on the ground of aban donment. THE VELARDE-ROBERTS TRIAL Yesterday morning was the time set p Hand Made SADDLES & HARNESS Our Specialty. Look us over before buying. N. PORTER ADDLE AND HARNESS CO. SPURS AND BITS. M West Washington St Telephone Main 6a Don't Forget The Dolls for the chil dren before you go. We have the finest stock in Arizona. F. B. Baptist & Co. 11-13 N. Center St NOl NEWMARK'S EXTRACTS Are Not Adulterated or Doctored in Any Way. Nothing but pure ingredients used. They suit the taste of more people in Phoenix than all other kinds put together. Their sale is Increasing every day too. The particular house keeper Is better satisfied with New mark's Extracts than with any other kind. Ask your neighbor. VALLEY TEA V COFFEE HOUSE 131 N. Center St, Phone Red 2601 THERE IS ONLY ONE Same Old Phone Main One sHaaBa Watermelons j AND' I Cantaloupes ! THE BEST IN THE MARKET. A. WETZLER 35 W. Washington St. Phone M. 259. tor the trial of F. Velarde and Joe Roberts for stealing grain from Isom Phy and Frank H. Parker, but at the last moment Velarde announced that he wanted some witnesses and a con tinuance waS taken until today. In previous accounts of this case the names of various merchants have been mentioned as- the purchasers of the stolen grain. While It is not assumed that the purchaser had any knowledge of the fact that the grain had been stolen, in the interest of absolute ac curacy, and that there may be no mis understanding, it Is staled that the only perxon known to have purchased grain from Velarde and Roberta Is Trinldud Arviso. ; RUMORS OF A WRECK A report reached Phoenix yesterday afternoon that a serious railroad wreck had oc curred on the Southern Pacific this side of El Paso, a collision between a west bound passenger train and. a freight, and that several had ' been' killed.. A telephone massage from Tuc son last night said that there' had been no collision but that passenger train No. 99 had been detained in Texas by a freight smash -up and won Id reach Tucson at 9:45 this morning. IAJBKINS Finest collection of Indian Photographs ever offered in Phoenix. See our east window. MILLER-STERLING COMPANY . i e fjJUCCMSOri TO fc. L.. wnarxw at own. Dog GOLLAKS! With the advent of the Dog Catcher the necessity of a Collar to hold that tag becomes apparent. Our Assortment of Collars IS COMPLETE : V 'from the inexpensive ones to the more eestly kinds Talbot & Hubbard "The Hardware Store." umm TllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIMMf Tungsten Lamps E. THOMA MANUFACTURING CO. t Salesroom 22 S. Third T 1 1 1 1 1 n m 1 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 MORALES MERCANTILE CO. 244-246 E. Washington St. 27 East Washington stJ Celebrate THE--- With Flags and Fireworks Berryhiii's Big Book Store . "The Thirsty Man's. Retreat." CHIROPODIS'.. Painless remoral 01 Corns, (0 cents each. 'Bunions, Moles and Warts, removed by electricity. Ingrow ing Toenails a spe cialty. Hen.' T .ad Ins and rrhlMren treated day or evenings. Between First and . Center St. on Adams. Phone. Red 071. FRANK 8HIRLEY. EASTERLIES & WHITNEY UNDERTAKERS 111 W. Waefclagtea B Pfceeiblx, Arfaaae, FOURTH ssnoaonk. - n E IvECTRIG FANS . Sold, Rented and Repaired. ARIZONA ELECTRIC CO. Tel. Black 8534. V. R. N INDIANS fli1 Waahinflton SI urn a BRIDAL GIFTS which come from tnls Jewelry store are always prominently displayed. People know that our jewelry, silver and cut glassware are stamped with the halt 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. Avenue. Thone Main 3GJ. I m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m i i 1 1 1 h 1 1 Moore; & McLellan Undertakers and Embalmsrs. Lady Assistant. 19 West Adams' Street. . Telephone Main 122. MORDEN'S BIG SECOND HAND STORE. Buys, sells and rents stoves. New and second hand fur niture, stoves and ranges. WHAT MONEY WILL DO AT O.W. Williams Grocery Co No. 42 No. let Ave. IS lbs. Beet Sugar for.. $1.00 15 lbs. Cane Sugar for..gl.00 3 cans any kind of Lye....25t Columbian Pie Pumpkin. " ..15t Gallon can Pie Pumpkin, ATtC jGaL can Pie Blackberries 50 GaL can Pie Peaches 50 Gallon can Pie Apricots... 4 5 Gallon can Pie Apples. ....45a Armour's Pork and Beans, 10 Vancamp's Pork and Beans, CM 10 If yon want it quick . Phone Main 173. - The HOFFMAN Evert hi ng First Clas Famous Tocv Faust Bser on Draught Billy Gamble, Proprietor. :rn 11 in 11 1 1 1 1 ii n 1 u u 1 i? THE HOFFMAN CIGAR I.. STAND, E. J. DOYLE, PROP. CIGARS, TOBACCO AND ' SMOKERS' ARTICLES. Corner Broadway and Center I r i l l I I ! 1"H 1 I 1 1 I 1 I 1 1 I 1 1 1 H i. I t 1 1 H i 1 M 1 1 1 .! 1 1 I 1 X G. A. Streftz, County Surveyor. STREI1Z & THOMPSON i CIVIL ENGINEERS . " W. S. Mineral Surveyor City, country and mineral sur- ! T veys. Mine work. Engineering 1 4. uesigns. jvsiiniaies anu uon- atruction. Room 6. Monition Block. Phone Red 9241. ! -i-r -t- i-1- ! nun ! You Must Stop FUrl A W A K IYI ROOM ANt A QUIET NIGHTS REST. THE WILLIAMS HOUSE MARICOPA. ARIZONA. orris. Prop. 41 a 1st Ave. 111 ,i