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.THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 29, 1909.
6 Florence Automatic Oil Stove ; v Like'" Burning Gss. The" Florence Automatio Oil 'Stove the nearest jthinfl to.. burning nat ural gae in the flame, in economy, and in safety. SUMMER COOK STOVES Art a matter of economy a well 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 Jars ask to see the Florence Automatio 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, Arix. What Price Do you put on your eyes? Not for sale. Of course not. A million dol lars would not be enough, yet how many for the Bake of a very few dollars will neglect to relieve their eye strain. . A word to the wise Is sufficient. DR. E. MUNSON pPTICtAN.C . 1. . 118 West Washincton Street. RELIEVES . SUNBURN Nothing so sooth ing and healing to sunburnt or blister ed skin as WHITE ROSE COLD CREAM. You can get it only of LARSON DRUG CO. -'-fa. Absolutely" Right. N. W. Corner penter and Wash- . ngion Bireec miiiiiiiiiiiinitniiiiii; i The best Loaf - of t Bread in the ;city i that's PETTID'S. - IHlHlllllllll Hit Mii I Vandevflie aid Pictures "IT8 THE SHOW" Notice to Republican . . . .Subscribers. . . . Before going, away, on your .vacation, do not fail to give orders to have The Republican follow you. No trouble to change your address as often as you wish. The Republican is 75 cents per month, (seven days a week.) Phone Main 47, and the circu lation, man will do the rest. H I 11 1 I I IHHIil H"H"M I I'l" Daily Weather Report !: X Local Dally Weather "'Report for The Arizona Republican. T a forecast tor toaay--r air. :: t f T Data for 24 hours ending 5:30 X p.m. yesterday. 6:30 0:30 f am p.m. T 1 Barometer, Inches ...29.80 29., ti Temperature, degrees. 76 97 T Dew, point, degjyes. . .68 60 X Humidity, per cent.. 52 30. .'..4. Wind direction E NftT f Wind velocity miles 4 2 Rainfall, inches 00 T- Weather Pt. Cldy. Clear., T Mean daily humidity 41 I Mean doily temperature 86 Highest temperature 97 X Lowest temperature 73 i Total daily rainfall Trace f 4 Deficiency in temperature' yes- t -erda 2 degrees. Excess in temperature since i first of month, 4 degrees. Accumulated deficiency In X temperature since January 1, 7 degrees. Deficiency In rainfall yester- I day .01 inches. T I. -f i i. . n - In I n fo Tl bIhpa t" first om month .10 Inches. - X Accumulated deficiency in rain- y fall since January 1, 1.40 inches. T G. W. LADY, Acting Section Director. sMMtl If MMI Of Local Interest HERE FROM OHIO E. E. Esta brook. brother of Mrs. H. A. Diehl, Is In the city for a few days. He has paid Arizona and the Salt river valley many glowing compliments. A SCHOOL DISTRICT WANTED A petition was received by the board of supervisors yesterday asking for the re-establishment of district 31, better known as the lialsz district east of the city. IS IMPROVING Mr. Gass,.of Gass Bros." restaurant, who" lacerated his hand one day last week while cutting meat, is improving. For several days It was feared that blood poison would set in. ' : RETURN OF PRINTER Geo. Mc Farland, who is to be the foreman of the Kingman "Our. Mineral Wealth, was a Phoenix visitor yesterday. Most of his time since his last visit here has been spent by Mr. McKarland in Globe and Tombstone. DIDNT RAIN Many. and many an old resident predicted rain yehtfrday morning as the firmament took on a threatening attitude, . but It all blew away and Old Sol claimed the eentef J of the stage and will probably hold it for many days more. EIGHTY-FOUR HOUR TRIP Henry George made a flying trip to National City and back, making the Journey in eighty-four hours, return ing. Mrs. George, who has been in poor health for a time, went with him, believing that the change of climate would benefit her. AWAY FOR SUMMER Mrs. J. H. LInebarger, accompanied by her son, left Sunday for Prescott. She will re main away for the summer, also going to Colorado Springs and Manitou. Mr. Linebarger, who haa been detained for a few days because of business, will Join them a little later. GOOD DOGS AT POUND Each day the public will be given the privilege .'f buying the best dogs In the pound bt-fore the dog execution at noon. Of course the owner of the dog will be fclven the first opportunity to elam his dog. Many a good dog can be pur chased in thjs way. . . -, , OFF B. H. Hueneryager has been given a leave ' of absence of three months by the M. & P. railroad, acting as chief clerk in this city. He left yesterday' with his family, for. Tucsoft,. where, after visiting with friends for a few days, he will go on to Chicago, his former home, where he will spend the rest of his vacation. MONSTER BUILDING One has no idea of the exact enormity of the Noble building until the huge piles of scaffolding has been noticed. Pile aft er pile has been stacked outside, reach ing' to the second story, and has been carted away, yet the scaffolding is still being torn down. It seems as though therewas enough scaffolding to have built the frame houses in an average town of 500 population. WITMERE LOSES CHECK While out riding with some friends Saturday evening Mr. Witmere, the baseball 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 11.11. McllEIL CO. Office Outfitters. . player, lost a check from his pocket Not only did he Ipse his check, but his coat as well. And only not only did he lose coat and check, but while, in search for these, lost his watch. Ji. was purely a case of everything going out and nothing coming back. MARATHON RUNNER FINE -Never have I 'seen a runner in better condition than Harry McLean Is in," said Trainer Lewis . last evening, m speaking about the meet at Los Ange les during ti.e Elks' convention. "He Is dolnsr some marvelous work. If he doesn't makf the whole west sit up straight and take notice it will be be cause something Is the matter the last minute. He has been making time that is remarkable. , I can not give it out at ire!-nt." According to Lewis, phoe nix )s going to be htfard from. -POLICE NEWS Ffve drunks of Mexican 'lineage were brought before the police judge yesterday afternoon and were allowed to separate them selves from the regular amount of American dollars. Phoenix police have Information regarding the New York Chinese murder in the way of minute descriptions and photographs. It is not thought, however, that the Mon golian will ever get across the Missis sippi, and that he will more than likely remain In the heart of New York's Chinatown. OFFICES SEEKING THE MEN The board of supervisors of this coun ty have several offices open which they would like to fill. Applicants are In vited to call. Those who come first will bo first served. There is wanted one delegate to the trans-Mississippi congress to be held at Denver from August 16 to 21. All the holder of this office will have to do will be to pay his own expenses. He will not be re quired even to perform the trivial duty of signing the county pay roll for his salary. It la a nice, easy Job. There are also five delegateshlps to the na tional irrigation congress going begging. Classy Shoes For r Stylish Dressers- A shoe for every foot. . A shoe for every taste and cos tume. We carry the swell shoes seen on the street, at the function. H. A. DIEHL & CO. S West Washington St. A Fit For Every Foot. TUCSON VISITOR William J. Lln denfeld, city recorder of Tucson, was a Phoenix visitor yesterday, coming over on irivate business. TO VISIT PARENTS D. M. B. Pea troso, a draftsman tn the office of the surveyor general, has gone to Mis souri for a visit with his parents. . WITHDRAWING FROM FIELD Xotice was received at the governor's office yesterday that the Federal Uh ion Surety company of IndianapUis, Ind., haa withdrawn from the Arizona field. The company has not tried to do business here since 1907, when Its last insurance was written, but until now has neglected to serve the written notice of withdrawal required by law. , NEW NOTARIES The following named have been, granted notarial com missions by the governor: W. H. Mer ritt of Prescott, Miss May Schockmann of Tucson, R. C. Stanford of Phoenix, G. A. Marsh of Parker, Kugene Schwab of Clifton, G. K. Coombs of Florence, Chester lckerson of Ash Fork, Robert B. Johnson of Walker, P. S. McKimmin of Globe, George B. Pirosh of Phoenix, T. D. Williams of Tucson. SPENT SUNDAY IN PRESCOTT J. Fred Cleaveland spent Sunday in Prescott In conference with Governor Sloan, for whom he is private secre tary, returning yesterday morning. He says the governor may not return to Phoenix for a week or ten days unless some incident of official business shall necessitate It. He has received sev eral Invitations to deliver Fourth of July addresses and has tentatively ac cepted an invitation from Flagstaff. THE WICKENBURG COUNT The board of supervisors yesterday can vassed the returns of the first munici pal election ever held in Wickenburg. The result was as follows: For mayor, C. W. Piatt 56, Harry Cowell 61; mem bers of the council, R. W. Baxter 60, J. W. Munchus 46, Eugene Bailey 57, H. C. Sprunger 68, J. I. Bachtiger 60, Felipe Garcia 61, J. A. Wisdom 60, C. H. Widmeyer 67. Harry Cowell was declared elected mayor and the mem bers of the council are R. W. Baxter, J. I. Bachtiger, Felipe Garcia and C. H. Widmeyer. BLUFFED BY A GHOST In front of one of the down town sporting stores stands a stuffed, undersized wild cat, muzzled and tied to the side of the doorway by means of a large and substantial chain. Shortly after dinner yesterday afternoon, an enor mous mastiff dog, with ribs protrud- ; ing and with sunken eye, gave a start as upon casting an optic toward, this doorway he met the fierce eye of the stuffed cat-. The dog growled and as sumed attitude of defense, every muscle tensely drawn, but the cat moved not. The e.e of the canine grew red with desire for' the fray. Some youngster bent on mischief caus ed the cat to move with a steady slow ness, by means of a stick applfed from the rear. The dog became terror stricken and retreated as fast as his loosely knit bones would allow him. For several moments pedestrians on the sidewalk became alarmed, thlnk- , Ing that perhaps the dog had become mad. For all we know the canine is running yet. ' THE' REPUBLICAN CUP RACE This paper has received a letter from District Attorney Bullard in Los An geles saying that there is an excellent outlook for The Republican cup race in November. Mr. Bullard will have a meeting with the Los Angeles auto dealers on July 12. If a substantial purse is raised, he says, the indications are that an Apperson car. White Steamer, Franklin, Elmore, Locomo bile, Thomas Flyer, Maxwell, Pennsyl vania, Thomas, Detroit and Big Chad wick Six will compete. This, he says, would make a wonderful race. Mr. Bullard haa heard that Bisbee will put up a good purse for the Los Angeles Phoenix race. The auto dealers are kindly disposed to Arizona and an ex tra effort will be made by them to make this a historical road race. The race will probabl be run over the same course as last year, as Mr. Fen ner objects to the proposed new one. In conclusion, Mr. Bullard writes that the fastest cars In the country will be seen at the territorial fair on auto day. DOG POUND AT LAST Phoenix has at last been given a dog pound that will defy burning up and from which dogs will be upable to escape. Another qualification in its favwr, is that no one will be needed to watch It. Even If some one should attempt to get the dogs out, only one canine can be removed at once and the rest of the dogs would start such a commotion that the burglar of the pound wouldn't be able to gpt -many out without being caught. Where the pound is located Is being kept a mystery! by Chief Moore, who, how ever, offered the information that it is an old well by an old house, about ten feet deep by about the same diameter, with a padlocked top. The dogs will be cool throughout the day,' and will have plenty of air. Chief Moore is to be congratulated upon hitting upon such a scheme, for it will be possible for the owner of a caught dog to get his property tagged in a sufficient length of time. The dogs will be killed on each succeed ing noon of the day they are caught. AUTO TURNS TURTLE While EL M.Woodbury of Florence and his chauffeur were attempting to cross the Queen Creek Saturday the ma chine lost itself in making the de scent to the creek, and hitting a dumb of boulders turned two revo lutions. The chauffeur escaped with out Injury, but Mr. Woodbury suf fered a dislocation of the bones in the wrist. Goingj Before starting on your trip, a visit to our drug store will suggest many things that you will need. We are, now displaying the following inocmplete assortments: Hair, Clothes and Lather Brushes, Razors and straps, all makes; Combs, Tooth Brushes, Soaps, Talcum Pow der, Traveling Cases for wash-rag and soap and toilet a rticles; Manicure Articles, etc. Too many things to mention all, so cal and see the line. ELVEY & HULBTT Quality Druggists Never" Substitute. Same Old Phone--Main One . 27. East Washington St. (1 is &7L IS IN TUCSON A. R. Gatter, gen eral agent of the M. & P.. was in Tucson yesterday on business. WOND6BFUL DECORATIONS Th6 decorations at Los Angeles during the Elks' convention will alone be worth traveling across the country to see. The electrical effects will be equal to those seen at the big expositions. BACK FROM ROOSEVELT C. M. Etter has Just " returned from the Roosevelt dam. After Inspecting the work there in detail, Mr. Etter speaks very' favorably of everything. He states that the lake above the dam has assumed proportions far beyond the comprehension of people in the valley. AWAY FOR VACATION L. R. Gass, one of the proprietors of the Gass Brothers' restaurant, has left for the summer to spend a vacation of two months. Mr. Gass has been unusually bard worked during the past year and deserves a vacation is anyone does. He will spend most of the time In Harrington, Arizona. DOG OWN CATCHER A dog of lean proportions, of a streaked . drab appeufance, and of a shaggy and gnarled coat of hair, became entan gled In the protruding nails of a box or garbage early this morning, back ing off down the street with canine howls toward the dog catcher, who was advancing with swinging rope. HELD TO THE JUVENILE COURT Jose Orduno, eleven years old. was before Justice Johnstone charged w(th the embezzlement of a bicycle from Stewart and Templin. The boy rented the wheel several weeks ago and took it to the home of an aunt where he lives. He told her that It belonged to a picture show where he was employed and later he told her that the proprietor of the show had given it to him In lieu of his salary. On this showing the aunt sold the wheel and on Sat urday complaint was made against the boy. On account of his tender years. Justice Johnstone held the de fendant to Commissioner Johnstone, who, sitting as a juvenile court will investigate his qualifications for en trance into the famous Industrial X Silver Bits and Spurs.' Stock Saddles, Saddlery Goods of all kinds. See our Suit Cases. N. PORTER 40 West Washington St. Telephone Main 69. ! Don't Forget The Dolls for the bhil- ... 4 .. ...... drcn before you go.; We have the finest stock in Arizona. F. B. Baptist & Co. 11-13 N. Center St. ' NO! NEWM ARK'S EXTRACTS Are Not Adulterated or Doctored in Any Wfcy. 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 & COFFEE: HOUSE 131 N. Center St.. Phone Red 2601 ix Watermelons AND Cantaloupes THE BEST IN THE MARKET. A. WETZLER 35 W. Washington St. Phone M. 259; school, the head of whose faculty is Colonel James Mahoney, .beloved of all boys after they : vome to get acquainted with him- ' . IOWA MAN MINER Mr. Wake man, one of the two gentlemen who recently made the automobile trip from Iowa to Arizona in twenty-six days, has thrown up a $'0O a. month job In the middle west and nas been engagptf "try the Superstition Moun tain Mining company. Though the company is not muking much noise, It is rumored that they are doin; things. . . ANSWERS SWAMP During th last two days, the answers) to Dic: Erdman's Reason contest have been coming In in such large 'quantities that he Is fairly swamped. Th; back room is packed with answern, the majority of which are still un opened. There are answers from all over the country, from 'Cali.'oi-ida, Texas, Oklahoma, Washington, Ne vada, Iowa and even from the far east. Onlv two (lavs npp lfft hfj.r.Y the, close of the contest and as th-J time araws near, the answers com faster and faster, and in larger quan titles. ' i iLUBRINS Finest collection of offered in Phoenix. See MILLER-STERLING COMPANY Successors to E. L. Andrew & Son. Dog COLLARS! "With the advent of the .Dog Catcher the necessity of a Collar ' to hold that tag becomes apparent. Our Assortment of Collars IS COMPLETE from thti inexpensive ones to tlie more costly kinds Talbot & Hubbard "The Hardware Store." Tittiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiinniiiiiiiniiiiiiiip Tungsten Lamps E. THOMA MANUFACTURING CO. Salesroom 22 S. Third i mi 1 1 1 n n i m h n n 1 1 1 NOTICE All users of irrigation water within the corporate limits of the citv of Phoenix that are delinquent are here by notified that the city zanjuros have bfen instructed to deliver no water after July 1st, 1909, unless same has been paid for at the office of the city assessor anil tax collector. G. H. CARP.. ' Superintendent Streets. J FOURTH 0' JULY GOODS. Largest stock of Fire Works in the city. Crackers. Torpedoes. Sky Rockets, liornan Candles. Cap Pistols. Shooting Canes. Flags, Festooning, Bunting, etc., etc. BerryhiU's Big Book Store "The Thirsty Man's Retreat." CHIROPODlfct. Palnleas removal ot Corns, SO cents each. Bunions. Holes and Warts, removed by electricity. Ingrow ing Toenails a spe cialty, lien, I .idles and Children treated day or evenings. Between First and Center St. on Adama Phone Red S072. FRANK SHIRLEY. EASTERLING & WHITNEY UNDERTAKERS t W. WaefclagtM M, Plwoalx, Arias aa. E LECTRIC ;;XANtS -Sold, Rented; ARIZONA ELECTRIC CO Tel. Black 8S34. V. 'R, Nome, Prop, INDIANS Indian 'Photographs ever our east window. 9-11 East Washington St BRIDAL GIFTS which come from tnis 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 win ai once prove your generosity and your good taste. Avenue. Phone Main 3G1. i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 u i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Moore & McLellan Undertakers and Embalmers. Lady Assistant. 19 West Adama Street. Telephone Main 112.. 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.Wiliianis Grocery Ca - No. 42 No. let Avo. 1 lbs. Beet Sugar for.. $1.00 IS lbs. Cane Sugar for. .$1.00 1 cans any kind of Lye. ...25i Columbian Pie Pumpkin, - " 15 Gallon can Pie Pumpkin, 45 GaL can Pie Blackberries 50 Gat. can Pie Peaches 50 Gallon can Pie Apricots... 45 OaHon can Pie Apples 45 Armour's Pork and Beans, 10 Van camp s Pork and Beans, can 10 If you wan It quick Phone Main 173. The HOFFMAN Eh Brthlng First Class Famous Tonr Faust Beer on ' ' Draught Billy Gamble, Proprietor. Mil I 1' II Mill lit H11IIHI- THE HOFFMAN CIGAR STAND. E. J. DOYLE, PROP. CIGARS, TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES. Corner Broadway and Center. i n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ; ii i s 1 1 i 1 1 1 n 'l II I i I W'M"l"l-WH"t 1 I 1 It- G. A. Streitz, County Surveyor. STREITZ & THOMPSON t CIVIL. ENGN EERS U. S. Mineral Surveyors X City, country and mineral sur- T veys. Mine work. Engineering T T designs. , Kstimutes and Con- T struction. Boom 6 Monihon Block. X Phone Red 9241. You Must Stop I FOR A WARM ROOM AND -"QUIET-NIGHTS REST THE WILLIAMS HOUSE j . MARICOPA. ARIZONA. and epfrfsd. ' 41 S. 1st Ave.