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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 4, 1909.
1 1 1 n ui n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i i !i ii im hi n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n i n t i m ' m M " """nmni M,.i.li.,i,.i,i,i,ii,.li,,iMi ii,in..i,,t,,i,n.,i.i,i,i in . iiani inn nnininn niniiiniiiMinuiiiint , Mesa Departtmeint i H I M H I I I I I 1 i i j 1 1 I I i H M ,tiHHH.fHI'WWHH'H"H4 r I I I I-f I l-M-H-t-H-t-W H-M-H t ! I 1 I t I H-l-H I I I I I I I I I H liM III III I II I I ! HI I llll rH'l H I I I I I II H I I 1 I I 1 I I 1 I t H 4"r l H I I I I I t I I I III I I I I H t Every SteUon lftjjxtf bear the jt3-ft Stetson Name j V Hats olT to the Stetson It is always the standard of standards in style, beau ty and finish. It leads in every fashion centre of the world and has no rivals. We have I he Strtaoa Soft mmi Dtrbr Hall la aU iLc lalikl ttjrlca. FOR SALE BY LesuenrGibbons Co. SKIDOO 23 SKIDOO MOSQUITO Yon ran get a good night's rest liy using Everybody's Mosquito Dope. 25c a buttle. HM 1 1 I-H-HW-M 1 I II 1 I I I I T The best bread: the most fcro T cerlea (or the money at Mesa Bakery & Cash Store j Peterson & Home. A I 1 I I tll 'H I 1 I I 1 1 I I frl-H-t-H-r I M 1 1 I I ? I 1 ! I I I I 1 I 1 I I I I I I ! i REMEMBER .t t Vou get a square deal at the I MESA JEWELRY STORE. . ..II ...... .1 1 u i . 4 ti-. n-r uva IT ...... Tha laumlrv k'l.,rn nut- . .1. ii" . . j . " in the '"handler blxk. 41 1 I HI I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I 1 I I a 1 1 hi i ii i t 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii The Salt River Valley Bank :: The repre sentative '' bank of Mesa. "We ; welcome your account. I I I M I i I I I l I I I I I I I I I I I I HI LOY'S RESTAURANT The Best Meals in Town. Short Orders. North Side Main St. , ;. .;, ,i. .;. ,fr ... ,., i .;. ... ... ... ill '1 j; FIREWORKS Cheaper than ever at GROVER'S PLACE. 1 1 4-:....i,, i ; m m-h-M' i1 1 1 1 n SCHRAM The Schram Jars are hermetically sealed and will positively prevent fruit from spoiling. The tops are not screw ed on but pressed down. "They can't leak." For sale onlv bv 0. S. STAPLEY & CO. Holladays is the place to go when you are hot and thirsty. Spend your idle mo ments under the swinging palms. If it is sold at a soda fountain we have it. HOLLADAY'S. TOIid ISA'S DAY Last Touch Put On the Pre paralions FOB THE NATAL DAY EVENT Money Has Not Been Spared in Getting Ready an Entertainment for the Multitude. Which Is Urged to Come. The only celebration of any conse quence in the valley will be that of tomorrow, when M.sa Is g.itng to throw .1 verything open to the visitors who will be within the gates. A good deal of money ha been siM-nt on the entertainment, and it is a guaranteed' attraction. The visitors will be entertained in the very best possible way and every one wi'l re ceive a cordial welcome t make himself at home. Kverything is practically in rtadi ness for the monster cell bra'lon to take place In Mesa Monday, July .1th. While there are a few minor d' tails to be worked out It can b said that the general plan of the celebration is complete in every way. The program, which is very ex haustive Is in part as follows: 9 a. m. Mammoth salute of six shells. 9:43 a. m. The parti-s will form on Main and Kobson streets and inarch east on Main thence north on Center to the Xorth Side plaza. Up on the arrival of the parade at the w;.tcr tower two arrial salutes will be fired. 10:30 a. m. John D. Lopcr. as master of ceremonies will introduce tint speakers. The following program will be rendered at the grounds in the Xorth plaza. Invocation Rev. A. I... Hawley. Address of welcome Mayor J. H. Harnett. Song. "America," Mrs. ittilr.? Phelps and Tabernacle choir. . Heading of ,Ieclarution of Inde pendence," Hon. J. F. C'leaveland. Discharge of day shell, displaying flags of ail nations. Selection by the band, patriotic airs. Speeches by John V. Kosm, Phoenix; J. C Phillips, Phoenix; Eugene Brady O'Neill, Phoenix; George W. Silver thorn. Mesa; M. G. Dougherty, Mesa. Awarding the prizes on parade ex hibitions. Judges on floats and decorated autos, carriages, etc.: L. V. Slilwell, W. A. Macdonald. W. M. Newell, Mis. C S. Steward, Mrs. iiuth Hub-r. Judges of stock: Dan Kleinman, Andrew Houston, A. H. Davidson. "Star Spangled Banner," by the band illustrated by the discharge of an 18-inch shell displaying a large American flag suspended by a para chute 2000 feet in the air. Display of day fireworks. This pro gram embraces a complete assortment of very amusing day shells. The display will be Interspervid In frequent selections by the band ami will be cm luiled by an immense shell which will produce a genuine thunder storm (all but the rain.) 1 p. m. A dance at the Vance audi torium. Music furnished by the Mesa orchestra. 2 p. m. Fire exhibition and demon stration of new water system at cor ner of Macdonald and Kobs.in streets, John Williams, driver, W. ". Wal lace. Ed Guthrie, M. O'Kecfe, hos -man. This exhibition will be a genuine fire and will show the expedition with which a fire can be controlled by proper means. on sounding the alarm the streets between Center and Kohson must be cleared for the run of the fire crew. It will be dang.rous to get in the way. canal, have been given a vacation tomorrow and will be here in force to celebrate the Fourth. FRANCISCO XAVIER UP Francisco Xavbr was taken to the stray pen yesterday by Marshal Pettr son for trying to get away with a wheel that did not have his particular brand. Ramon Navario was the com plaining witness and the owner of the wheel that is said to have in some manner got in Xavler's posses sion. (Continued on page Is I DOUGHERTY A. POME ROY Attorneys-at-La w. All bu;:lnes3 carefully and promptly attended to. Chandler Bldg., Mesa, Arizona. Jl CAR LOAD Genuine Humboldt FENCE POSTS just received. L. W. BLINN LUM " BER CO. i THREW GLASS ON STREETS Tgnacio Araiso was arrested yester day by Marshal Peterson on a charge of throwing glass on the street. Just why any individual would want to commit a crime of this kind is not known. It Is not only a menace to bicycle riders nnd autolsts. but pedes trians as well. Such an offense l not very often committed in Mesa. BACK FROM THE FAIR. George Scott and family arc the first Mcsaites to return from tbe great world's fair now in progress in Seattle. They are loud in their praises of the buildings, but they were more especially pleased with the beauties of the country in and around Portland and Seattle. They will soon leave for their summer home in the northern part of the territory. RYAN'S CAMP COMING IN. All the men employed by J. i. Ryan. In the digging of the Eastern BIG DANCE AT THE VANCE AUDITORIUM July 5th flnTYiTnoTiMTirf af 1 n m ? t and continuing until 6 I p.m. f Moving Pictures at 8 ? o'clock. I !- "d;. rtnvnA vr; v, .U x Best music in the 1 valley. :: f The largest hall; best " I floor. I Everybody invited. f Refreshments. f I Something doing ev- I I erv minute. I 1 ? beleorate m Mesa, The Gem City of The Salt River Valley, on Monday, July 5th. Take a look at The Toggery, the leading dry goods and furnishing store in the Gem City The Toggery $60,000.00 f THE CAPITAL AND I SURPLUS of I THE MESA CITY BANK I. We solicit your patronage Kn Mb mm a strictly fancy creamery product tifSffb a Stmt Tartar for table use, always pure and fresh. For Sale by All Leading Grocers in Arizona and Mexico. THE ROOSEVELT STAGE CO. rill taJte you through to Roosevelt from Mesa In ten hour. ( na ef tbe most scenic stage routes In America, five relays. Phone for Information. Fare, $6.00. MESA-ROOSEVELT STAGE CO. H' i V HH-K-H-H-H-M-K-H-H- 1 i I : I I I I I I 1 ;-H-t--H-i-i-H-H-H A !' -i-V i--5-i-!--r--K Mil! H-H-i-H- Spring and Summer Hats Commencing Monday, June 21st and ending June i:(tli, our entire stock of Millinery goes at Une-liali Urt Exclusive designs and beautiful shades. Latest models. A. HUNSAKERS: - MONDAY, JULY 5 ELEB IRATE EM MESA mm Daylight Renty of Cool Shade, Big Street Parade. Fire1 worlds Embracing the wonderful aerial menagerie-the ' air filled with strange creatures- from Africa's darkest jungles and from the depths of the mighty oceans. An American flag 50x150 feet will float for thirty minutes 2000 feet above the heads of the spectators, while a thousand voices sing "The Star Spangled Banner." ire- Indian School Band will give Day and Night Concerts . at Races. Speeches. Singing by the large Taber nacle Choir. woirRs This will be the most expensive and brilliant display ever seen in the Territory, including the Hiray- B : i l u ma imperial nnporieu mgnt uumu shells, mammoth whistling foun tains, electric Niagara cascades, nest of firey dragons, rockets, etc. GE1LEBKA' 'Excursion Rtes on Railroad' o AT MESA