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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, JULY 5, 1909.
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN Published Every Day in the Year By THE ARIZONA PUBLISHING COMPANY. GEO. W. VICKERS. Pre, & Gen. Mgr. Exclusive Horning Associated Press EHaiiatcnvs. Publication office: Corner Second and Adams Streets. Telephone Main 47. Entered at the postofflce st Phoenix. Arlsona, as mail matter of the second SUBSCRIPTION RATES. By mall, dally, one year $9 .00 Weekly, one year 2.00 BY CARRIER. Dally, per month 75 cts. The Arizona Republican la on sale at all of Amos' street news stand wagons In Los Angeles, San Diego, and Long Beach. tyNIOMJSVJi. ABCL PHOENIX. ARIZONA. JULY 6, 1909. f The Association of American j Advertisers (New York City) has examined and certified to the circulation at tail publication. Only the figures ot circulation contained is its report art guaranteed by the Association. r No. I? The Republican Is the only newspaper tn Arizona holding two certificates of circulation from the above Association, and bases all advertising contracts thereon. The average circulation, per day, thus certified to Is: From Oct. 1. 106, to March 31, 107 KM From Jan. 1, 190S, to Feb. 8, 1908 64S4 These figures represent a larger clrcu ation than that of all other Phoenix dailies combined, and Is the largest in Arizona by more than 20oo. The Re publican Is the only Arizona newspaper that makes public its circulation as cer tified to by the Association of American Advertisers, which is the only recoguized authority in the United States. TWO KINDS OF WOMEN. When college or high school youth go on the rampage and raise Cain it is usual for wise people to ex claim "Oh, well; boys will be boys!" And because they are "boys," which term under those conditions, means hoodlums and toughs, they are per mitted to destroy property, insult respectable citizens and make insuf ferable . nuisances of themselves. As we read the story of the freaks and antics of the English suffragettes In London, last week, when they made another attempt to see Pre mier Asquith, how would it do to gloss over the queer, humiliating nar rative with the remark, "Oh, well; women will be women"? Is that sort of thing really to become typical of the new order of womanhood? Mrs. Parkhurst, we read, without provocation slapped Inspector JarvlsJ in the face. Mrs. Saul Soloman knocked off the inspector's cap twice. Other women en masse tried to rush the police line, but failed. The win dows of the government building were smashed with stones wrapped In pa per. The police exercised the utmost forbearance in their treatment of the obstreperous females, but were oblig ed to arrest over 100 of them. All this was designed by the gentle creatures who engaged in the per formance to show that women are entitled to the ballot. They wished to give England and the world an object-lesson which would prove the sweet reasonableness, the self-control, the respect for law and order which are essential to the possession of the franchise in self-governed communi ties. A calm-minded man, looking on when Mrs. Parkhurst was slapping policemen's faces, and Mrs. Soloman was knocking their hats into the mud, would say: "Why, surely, these peo ple are entitled to vote. They . have all the qualifications for the dignity and responsibilities involved in the right to go to the ballot-box and de cide questions affecting the peace and welfare of society." Nevertheless, the calm -minded man might wend his way homeward cher ishing secretly the hope that his wife, sisters and daughters were not mem bers of that mob in Parliament square. The other day at a meeting of the Washington State Suffragist associa tion there was a quarrel, about what we have not been informed, in "Avhich the participants called each other "scoundrels" and liars. At a still later meeting the national associa tion was insulted for attempting to assume jurisdiction over what was supposed to be a constituent asso ciation. In this country we decline to ac cept the brawling suffragette as a type of the womanhood It is desira ble to encourage. The gentle-hearted, low-voiced woman, gracious, modest, courteous and considerate, in whose tongue Is the law of kindness, who Is feminine enough to shrink, from the market place and the hustings, whose children "rise up and call her blessed, her husband also, he praiseth her," who is the light and comrort of the home, whose life Is fragrant with sweet and thoughtful ministry for others, who doesn't pine for mas culine functions, but is glad the good Lord gave her a woman's lot and mission that Is the kind of woman, thank fortune, who Is still preferred by sane American men and can do the most for society, the country arM mankind. There Is a possibility that Mr. Roosevelt may stay In Africa a year longer than he intended." He prob ably means to be on the safe side and remain away until the last echo of the tariff discussion has died away. Who could blame him? ONE HOUR IS GAINED. The city council of Cincinnati has added an hour a day to the leisure time of working people, simply by passing an ordinance setting the clocks ahead an hour, "so as . to en able people to begin their tasks an hour earlier In the morning and knock off an hour earlier In the afternoon. thus gaining an additional hour of daylight for recreation." The feasi bility of this scheme was first sug gested in England, where it was the subject of considerable debate In Par liament. It has also been under dis cussion in other places. but Cincinnati is the - first com munity in the United States to pass a measure of this kind. It becomes effective May 10, 1910, and will continue until October 1, 1910. It is to be feared that any possible ben efits which might accrue from the scheme, if applied to a state or na tion, will be lost when limited to a city, because of the inevitable con fusion which will result from the clash between local and general time. Among the "simple rules" for hot weather "which all should observe,'' the New York Mail Includes this: "Keep cool." It would be just about as sensible to say to a drowning man. "Keep dry." THINGS THEATRICAL. Joseph and William Y. Jefferson, who have been associated with old English comedies for the past several years have wisely abandoned that antiquated style of play and have se lected Bronson Howard's delightful comedy, "The Henrietta," as their of fering for the coming season. This will be a welcome relief from the pedantic mannerisms of the period of a century ago and the boys should ap pear to most excellent advantage in a thoroughly modern play like "The Henrietta," A company of theatrical bright lights will accompany them in the tour of "The Henrietta" and it is safe to expect a great deal of he at traction. "The Henrietta" is one of the choice bills that will be offered at the Elks' theater in Phoenix the com ing season. The two distinctive successes of the season In Chicago are "The Prince of Tonight" and "The Golden Girl." both under the direction of Mort H. Singer. "The Prince of Tonight" Is the suc cessor of ' A Stubborn Cinderella" at the Princess theater, and is playing to big audiences. The piece Is the most lavish production ever staged by Mr Singer, and the scenery and costumes fairly dazzled Chicago when they were first displayed. "The Prince of To night" already has passed Its 12"th performance, and there is every Indi cation that it will run all summer, du plicating the tremendous sucess of "A Stubborn Cinderella." At the La Salle theater, "The Gol den Girl" Is well along toward its 150th performance. This production is by far the best thing Mr. Singer ever has put on at this theater, and its popularity is filling the playhouse with greater crowds than were attracted by "The Time, the Place and the Girl" or any other of Its Illustrious predeces sors. The most gorglous scenic achievment of the season is the rain M III I lilllll ! I M"M' III I I i Krouskop -AT- f Five Points t 15 lbs. Sugar $1.00 :: 1 doz. Jelly Glasses .60 :: i 1 doz. Pint Jars . . .70 t 1 doz. Quart Jars .90 I 1 doz. !o gal. Jars 1.15 I I must sell the goods I while the market is 1 X open. i Jar Caps, dozen. . . .30c 3 doz. Jar Rubbers 25c X t Colanders, Stew t Pans, Basting Spoons, " ? all kinds of Cooking Utensils for canning I 3Tour fruit. t Phone your orders to X Main 270. G.W, KROUSKOP i 5 POINTS GROCERY t 1 1 1 I I 1 11 II I II II 1 11 i ! 1 H liT of gold and the golden ballet In "The Golden Girl." Both 'The Prince of Tonight" and "The Golden Girl" were written by Frank Adams and Will Hough, with music by Joseph E. Howard. The scenes of the former are at Palm Beach, Fla., during a water fete car nival, and those of the latter are at West Point. Head of a Great Exposition. John Edward Chilberg, president of the Alaska-YuUon-Pacific exposition, is credited with a wider acquaintance upon the Pacific coast from Cape Barrow In the Arctic to Valparaiso, Chili, than any other man, for his activities have carried him into most of the mining camps of Alaska, all the principal cities of the Pacific Coast states, into Mexico, the Central American republics and South Amer ica. It was his intimate familiarity witlwtlie people of the Pacific coast, as well as his achievements in busi ness and in the development of the Northwest that placed him at the head of the Seattle exposition, which represents an expenditure of ten mil lion dollars and is now running full blast. The Seattle fire of 1899 wiped out a shipping business which young Chilberg had taken over from his father and left him several thousand dollars In debt. He went to work harder than ever, this time in trade between Puget Sound and Central and South Amer ica, In this business he laid the foundations for a comfortable for tune. When gold was discovered in Alas ka Mr. Chilberg disposed of his South American interests and joined the ur gonauts. He established a line of freight boats on the Yukon river and in Seattle, when the Nome excite ment broke forth, organized the first stampede Into the new camp. He took twenty-five hundred men down the Yukon to the shores of Bering Sea in flat-bottomed river boats. Later, In Seattle, he became associ ated with the Scandinavian-American bank, and with associates erected the Alaska building, the tallest structure in the Northwest (fifteen stories), the New Washington hotel of fourteen stories and several other notable Seat tle buildings. For two years Mr. Chilberg has devoted almost all of his time to the exposition, without remuneration, and has been the moving spirit behind the development of the enterprise. Among other enterprises organized by Mr. Chilberg are a life insurance company and a fire and marine in surance concern; he built light and power plants at Fairbanks. Alaska, and at other points, and he has ac quired heavy mining interests in the north. As may be inferred, he Is a typical western hustler. He Is forty three years old and Is a native of Iowa. Hampton's Magazine. Main 184. THE COOL STORE. Are you hungry? If not, get a 50? box of PAPE'S DIAPEPSIN for indigestion and loss of appetite. "We have it. Wakelin Pharmacy PhiloH.Oz&rvrve.PK.G. MASSIE HAS 'EM Massle has Trunks. Massie has Suit Cases. Massle has Telescopes. Massle has Dressers. Massle has Iron Beds. Massie has Cotton Mattresses. Massle has Rope Edge Springs. Massle has Hammocks. Massie has Wicker Rockers. Massle has Mission Chairs. Massie has Mission Rockers. Massle has Mission Extension Ta bles. - Massle has Axmlnster Rugs. Massie has Folding Beds. Massie has Cook Stoves. Massle has Penny Post Cards. Massie has Window Shades. Massie has Matting. Massie will buy your goods. Massie will pay the best prices. MASSIE & SONS 114 & 116 W. Washington St. Phone Main 257. HI 1 1 I I t I 1 I I I 1 I I I 1 1 I jj Austin & Souther, ;j :: 53 State St., Boston. :: I Members I Boston Curb Exchange, t - Orders executed and lnforma- ; ; tlon furnished on all listed stocks. v Our market letter with Inter- eating facts concerning VULTURE j . . upon application. 'itll 11 lllHWitWHU f II Open Until S Mid- night SUMMERTIME ALL THE TIME The most perfect protection for the skin from the summer's sun can be had in our big stock of toilet helps. Ladies' dainty toilets are made to withstand outdoor exposure and sunburn. Baby's tender skin can be free from chafing or any skin eruption or blemish. Gentlemen find shaving helps here. . We have a fine complete line of summer toilet goods every article and preparation being new and true and satisfactory to a degree. II Free j I Delivery ISejriceJ A. L. BOEHMER'S BUSY DEUQ STORE N. E. Cor. Center THE PALACE 8aloon, Pool and Billiards. Budwelser on draught. Old Crow, Mayfleld and Guckenhelmer Rye Whiskies, are sold over the bar. JOHN P. BODET. Prop. I I i i l l itiiiii i ; i i i i i THERE'S A REASON WHY Stewart & Templin such a large per cent of the bicycle Work of Phoenix. "I fa tho Saba." t BIKE HOSPITAL, f Naxt to P. O. Phona Main 363 i I I I 1 1 1 1 lilt M Hill tl H aeooooi W. A. REYNOLDS ; Contractor and Builder! Plans and specifications farn- tshed free on all work eon- trmcted or superintended ay him. Let an plan your houaa tor yoa. SATISFACTION QUArTAN" TEED. Phona Rad 8255. Residence, 1111 W. Fillmore Bt. Office, fire Points, Phoenix. mMMMMMMMHIM I 1 1 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 n i ; M"i- m i i f A. FAMILY LIQUOR STORE j T Liquor and wine for medicinal 1 1 purposes. We handle the best : 4- California wine, also Italian and 4- j French. All kinds whiskey, ' : ', brandy, cordials, liquors, cigars , and beer. ! CALIFORNIA WINE AND j;; liquor co. j 25 and 27 S. Center St. i-riiii-K-1 1 nwi m-m-e Needs no Gasoline or Repairs. Columbus Electric "My Lady's Car" Central Auto Co. Main 315. WANTED Boys 15 to 18 for machine work. Girls and women ironers. Good wages. 1 1 1 1 I I I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I H I I I 1 1 1 1 1 :: Rogers & McMurtry Auction House. ; I 24 W. Jefferson St. " ' A reliable Auction House con- . . ducted by competent Auctlon- ', eers. Goods sold on commls- sion and prompt returns made. ' Regular sales at 1:30 p. m. ev- ) ery Saturday. Outside sales of any description solicited and will endeavor to give satlsfac- ' 1 Hon; particular attention given to the patronage of ladies, who will never find anything in our ; auction room to offend the most fastidious. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m m 1 1 1 1 1 1 u 1 1 1 HAMILTON BROS., Piauo Tuners. With Wiley B. Allen Co., Inc. I Phone Main H j I 118 1' Phone Main j Bf 186 S ( Mail Orders I I Promptly 8 and Washington. GET BUSY! Millet, Milo Metises Kaffir Corn, Sorgh um and Corn. Plant Them Now ! Dill's Seed Douse 126 N. Canter St DAILY AT THE FORD GRILL Shell Oysters, Clams, Mussells, Lobsters, and the best Steer Loin Steaks, Spring Chicken, etc FARMERS, MINERS, PROS PECTORS, ATTENTION. I have the reputation of being your best outfitter In the city. I know what you need. I know bow much of eacb article you need. I know how to select good economically. Call and we will make up the order to your satisfaction. If not able to call, send list and I will select goods, pack and ship to you promptly. Coffee and tea a specialty. fRANKGRIEBEL'S 218 W. Waah. St. Phone M. 43 THE MISSION A resort for gentlemen. The original BUDWE1SER BEER on draught FRANK CONNELLEY, Prey. The Old Reliable Established In 1897. Twelve years' experience has taught us the needs of the pub lic In moving Pianos, Furnture, etc This long experience 'a at the public's disposal at most reasonable prices. Two phones. Lightning Delivery Phone Main It. It S. Center. in 1 1 1 1 n m 1 1 1 1 hi n i n H YOUR mother! would be pleased to receive a real '. '. NAVAJO BLANKET j: from her boy. We have the va- j rlety. You make the selection. ARIZONA SADDLERY GO.:! 45 North Center St. Phoenix, i WJ tl LI 1 1 U JJ J IWjLI I H4 PhoenixFoundryGo. All Kindt of IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS Good work and pnimpt delivery our specialty. Contractors (take notice) meet all competition. Let us figure with you. Rogers eV Moor a, Proprietor 461 S. Seventh Ave. Phone Main 212. inanaHHe r- The Phoenix National Bank Phoenix, Arizona. , Capital, Surplus and Profits. . . $ 2"0,000.00 Deposits $1,500,000.00 E. B. Gage, President. II. J. McClung, Vice President. R. B. Burmister, Cashier. II. M. Oalliver, Ass't. Cashier. DIRECTORS: E. B. Gage. F. M. Murphy. W. F. Staunton. Geo. N. Gage, F. T. Alkire. W. A. Drake. hi i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 tmMMti ! The Prescott PRESCOTT - - - CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS ...... ......f 270.000.00 X Roll of Honor Bank No. U5. , . Aijra X United 8tates Depository. Territory of Arizona Depository. County of Yavapai Depository. City of Prescott Depository. F. M. MURPHY, President. R. N. FREDERICKS, Cashier. HIHI MM I 1 1 I I I I M M I ..Hi-H i I 1 1 I I 1 1 I 1 1 1 i I 1 1 I I I The National Capital Stock $200,000 Surplus $100,000 Has removed to its temporary quarters, corner Wall and Washington streets (old Valley Bank building), jj where it will be ready for Tuesday morning. 'I HI II 1 I 1 1 I 1 1 1 11 I 1 1 1 11 I I I WHAT A COMFORT To know that vour valuables are absolutely secure against fire and theft. You have this positive as surance when voir put your valuables in a Safe De posit Box of our Fire and Burglar-Proof Vault. Safe Deposit Boxes to rent, $3.50 and up per vear. The Valley Bank DEPOSITS $1,200,000.00 W. F. N1CHOL J. K. tWETNAM, QaKX H. LUTOrRDtNO, President. Vice-President. CukJoc UNION BANK & TRUST CO. N NORTH CENTER ST. GENERAL BANKING PROMPTNESS, COURTESY AND ACCOMMODATION. Removal Notice We are now located in our new quarters, cor ner Second Ave. and Jackson St., one block west of Santa Fe depot Send us your work. Vote For the Center St. Bridge and a Greater Phoenix. Kunz Bros. & Messinger MOHN & DRISCOLL FUNERAL DIREOTOR8 M. L. VIeux CEMENT CONTRACTOR. Proprietor Artificial Cement Co., Arlsona Lime Co.. and Asphalt Paving Co. Works, & First St Office, 40 W. Adam St. Phone JUL Phoenix. Arizona. Freight and Baggage carefully and qslckty nandleO. Storage at reasonable rates. Pioneer and Consolidated Transfer and Storage Co. Baggage office, 111 North Center Bt Telephone Main 142. General office. 41 South Center Bt Telephone Main 74. Gl LLETT The Tailor Carries the Largest Stock of Goods in Arizona. 17 WE3T ADAMS STREET. 1 D. M. Ferry. L. M. 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