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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING JULY. 5, 1909. '
SHOES f We carry the kind x that are guaranteed. Our .line of Children's Shoes are said to be t perfect. Salira Ackel 16-18 E. Washington. H"! M I 14 1 t 1 I t 1 I1 1-1 H 1 1 1 1 I r DRINK HEALTHFUL ' VITALIZING VI-TO-ZONE THE NATURAL i MINERAL WATER HI ij 1 IfMiH 11 111 II l ! FINE, ISNT IT, To he able to see PYV''S jusi ime you useu , to when you were 5iL young? Many pco- ,v pie who come to us 1 1 are greatly surpris- f ed at the improve- $V mcnt made in their ' vision with a pair J 'of ""right glasses." i, " Their vision had failed w gradually that they hardly was until shown by actual test. Why not allow us to tiemonstrate to you the value of a pair of "right glasses" in your case? DR. E. MUNSON OPTICIAN. 1" 118 West Waehinston 8treet. Our Only Specialty Is doing our level best -to sup ply our customers with goods which will give them entire satisfaction. We want each customer to be thoroughly pleased with every purchase he or she makes here. LOVBTT DRUG CO. Phone Main 18. N. T. Corner Center and Willi, lngton Street. aH t l HiiiniHlll 11 1 ! :: The best Loaf of :: Bread in the city :: I that's PETTID'S. in; i n m m m i i iniiii i ! lAIRDOME Vaudeville and Pictures "IT8 THE 8H0WV Notice to Republican Subscribers. . . . Before going away on your vacation, do not fail to give orders to have The Republican follow you. No trouble to change your address as often as you wish. The Republican is 75 cents per month, (seven days a week.) Phone Main 47, and the circu lation man will do the rest. II I Dailj Weather Report ! Local Daily Weather Report for The Arizona Republican. Forecast for today fair. ncrally . X - Data for 24 hours ending 6:30 4 p.m. yesterday. 6:30 a.m Raromctcr, inches. .. .29.72 Tcra perat ure, degrees . 78 lKv point, degrees. . .66 Humidity, per cent... 67 Wind, direction, E. Wind, velocity, miles. 2 llainfall, inches 0 6:30 p.m. 29.69 98 W. 6 .0 T Weather Cloudy Clear T Mean dally humidity 47 Mean daily temperature ....88 Highest .temperature 9$ Lowest temperature .76 Total daily rainfall (W Deficiency in temperature yes terday, 1 degree. . . Excess in temperature since first of month, 8 degrees. Accumulated excess in tcm lerature since January 1, 10 degrees. Deficiency in rainfall yester day 0.01 inch. Deficiency in rainfall since first of month, (K04 inches. Accumulated deficiency in rainfall since January 1, 1.46 inches. L. N. JESUNOFSKT. Section Director. MM MM ttt Of Local Interest t MMIMII TICKET OFFICE OPEN. The Santa Fe ticket office will be open from 9 a. in. today until noon. VISITED TEMPE A number of Phoenix Odd Fellows visited Tempe Saturday night to participate In the installation of the newly elected of ficers of Tempe lodge. BETTER STILL The Eagle bar ber shop is making greater improve ments than at first . had been plan ned and with the Fourth here it is probable that the shop will not be opened for two or three days yet. HAD GOOD TIME A large num ber of Elks had a stag social at the club last evening, to celebrate the Fourth. Many good stories were told and bits of American history gone over. DIRECTOR CAUGHT It Is believ ed by immigration officials that in the capture of Durango at Lapsa. on the border, the director of the whole sale smuggling of Chinese for the past six months has been captured. DONA (ED TO FOURTH Some In- dulger in too much Fourth of Julyj fire water, lost his canvas oxfords Saturday night, and a little ccle bratnr, armed with a large cracker of the cannon variety, found the two pedal coverings, and placing one on each end of the noise maker, sent the shoes to meet the rising sun. . WEATHER MAN GOOD Though the weather man played the game of teasing yesterday by painting the blue above a foreboding grey, it was all a bluff. The many picnickers were not compelled to wear the rain ac cessories that were carried along with them. SUGAR MAKING The best record for size of output made yet by a single shift at the Glendale sugar factory was last Friday night, when 700 sacks were . turned out on the night run. The average run for twenty-four hours recently has been In the neighborhood of a thousand sacks. BRONCO CELEBRATES For fully half an hour last night a small, wiry bronco plunged, kicked, struck and chased a bunch of cowboys all over the city park and surrounding road way until its patriotism played out and the little outlaw allowed its rider to. mount and then cantered happily away. PARKER WON The Tarker base ball team and the Wickenburg base ball team crossed bats yesterday in tho latter town, the game calling out an immense crowd of people. H was a lively and interesting session and the visitors carried away the honors by a score of 7 to 3. HORSE LOST Chief Moore was notified yesterday afternoon that -a small mountain pony had been found and the owner would ' no doubt be glad to regain his lost property. The particulars as to where the horse was found and who has it in stable can be learned by inquiring at the police headquarters. r FIREWORKS FLAGS ETC Wholesale (, and Retail THE H.H.McNEILCO. Office Outfitters. FIFTEEN FIGHTS Two newsboys 'fought fifteen furious fights last evening for the championship of the jiewsies' organization. The prjze was seven bunches of small firecrackers. The iyoungntrrs fought until nearly prostrated,-.cutting each others faces and hands, then quietly linked arms and sauntered off down the street to a- soda . haberlahcr. Neither one succeeded in getting the best of the other. RECORD BREAKER Bisbee had the largest crowd' yesterday In the history of the city. The mask' car nival In the evening at the plaza was a mass of grotesque beings repre senting every creation on the face ;of the earth and some never before seen. Young America was w'ild, happy and celebrating as only an American knows how to celebrate. The drilling contest today will undoubtedly still be a greater drawing card, and even larger crowds than Saturday's anil Sunday's are expected. ANOTHER IMPORTANT QUES TION Where is the proper place for a young lady in an automobile? Is the question of the hour. What "Is considered proper as regards the sit ting of ,a young lady in a "Joy wagon?" Should she occupy the front seat or the back? Is it proper for a young lady, married or single, to take the driver's seat while the mas culine occupants sit by and take in the beauty of the trip, throwing all the responsibility of the handling of the machine on the shoulders of their sister? If the car contains three young men and a young liidy, is it proper for the lady to occupy the rear seat with one of the two men? Should she take the front seat with the tlriver? Should she go riding in a machine with three young men? With two young men, or alone with one? Is it best to take along a chaperon when two young people go for a spin in an auto, and if so where should the chaperon sit? When two young ladies and young men go for a while in the gasoline wagon should the two young ladies sit together, or hot. and if so, where, in the front seat or in the back? One thing has been decided upon, however, and that Is that a young lady must sit some where, and until this Important ques tion has been settled to the satisfac tion of all concerned she has the right to sit anywhere. There is Satisfaction In wearing a pair of our Dress ' Oxfords, for they are stylish, of quality, fit and stamp the wearer a person "who knows." H. A. DIEHL & CO. 8 West Washington St. A Fit For Every Foot, GOVERNMENT JOBS The United States civil service commission is particularly anxious to secure eligi ble to fill vacancies in the osition of apprentice plate cleaner in the bureau of engraving and printing at Washington, at W per annum, and to that end will hold examinations July 21 in I'hoenix and elsewhere. The afe limit Is sixteen to eighteen years at the time of examination, and applicants must have had theoretical and practical training of a mechanical character in metal work. An exami 'nation will also be held the same date for the iiosition of designer of bridges and buildings of steel and reinforced concrete, in tho Fhilippine Service, at a salary of $1,800 to $2,000 per an num, according to qualifications. For this position not less than four years' experience in responsible positions is .requisite (three years if the applicant is a technical school graduate, of which at least one year must have been in the class of work above speci fied. No educational examination will be given for this position, but appli cants will be required to file forms wtting- forth their general and tech nical education, their general expe rience and their experience in the special line of work called for, and a technical description of some im portant tngineering work upon which they have, been empolyed. In addi tion, thereto, they must furnish the names, addresses, and occupations of not less than three, nor more than five, persons under or with whom they have worked and vho are com petent to 'certify to their general and technical qualification. PATRIOTIC MUSIC Roth of the bflnd concert programs last night were composed of patriotic numbers. The concerts had a larger attendance than heretofore this season. BUYS QUEER CRACKER Benja min Smith, recently of Ohio, purchased an unassuming giant cracker Saturday evening, that when fired off last night gave out five distinctive reports. How such a thing could be made, possible In the construction Is not known, but nevertheless, the cracker cracked five different times and each report was sufficient for the size of it. PAltftAKfQH 18-20 W. WASHINGTON ST The Hub's - Great " Mid- .Season Clearance Sale is still going on :S7.50 Suits f OG I J now PO I O $35.00 Suits $26.25 no"0.""... $24.40 :r..s":... $25.50 now0"" $20.65 nr."" $13.75 r.!u"....$!6.90 nr.8:1:.3.... $15.00 Not a Single , Suit Withheld From Sale Going Away 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 incomplete 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 end toilet articles: Manicure Articles, etc. Too many things to mention all, so call and see the line. ELVBY Druggists -Never Substitute. Same Old PhoneMain One 27 East Washington St. DID NOT CHANGE The bill at the Coliseum was not changed last night? as has been generally the case in the past. Anita Primrose appeared better J than at any time previous during her : engagement in this city. Her act is j rather deep In characterization, foq the . general run of vaudeville goers, but is so uniquely different in presentation that the. audience cannot help but be appreciative. ELKS' COSTUMES HERE The Klks" costumes, supposed to have been here Saturday afternoon, arrived yes terday afternoon, and can be hnd at the club by applying to the steward. They are considered far prettier than dreamed of In advance, and will un doubtedly be the swellest costumes worn In the Elks' parade during the a convention at Los Angeles.. j ALL COMPLETED The last of the arrangements for the Foresters' cele bration at Kastlake Park have been completed, and Mr. Bandy stated last everiing. that undoubtedly the event wlll'Tie. the biggest of its kind in the vlctnlty. Never have ' the Foresters taken such an active part, and shown such enthusiasm as in the present un dertaking, and those who Kirtake of their hospitality at Kastlake 1'ark to day will leave with a kindly feeling that will live through many a Fouth. There will be plenty of room for the picnickers to have their lunch on the tables that have been especially pre pared for them and the long and un usually new program of events will be Interesting to everyone. The vaude ville In the afternoon, speaking and baseball game, will all take plac e at one 'time, affording something doing for every trend of mind. The dance in the evening will undoubtedly be well w ANTEDBoys 15 to 18 women ironers. Good Silver Bits and 'Spur. " Stock Saddles. j 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 chil dren before you go. We have the finest stock in Arizona. " F. B. Baptist & Co. . 11-13 N. Center St. NO! NEWMARK'S EXTRACTS Are Not Adulterated or Doctored in Any Wy. 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 vour neighbor. VALLEY TEA 4. COFFEE HOUSE 131 N. Center SU Phone Red 2601 This Summer? . y mi 20c-25c-35c M. J. B. AND MONARCH BRANDS. A. WETZLER 35 W. Washington St. Phone "M. 259. . attended. Car service- will be given the-celebrators at the park as- long-as desired. CHILD DROWNS IN WELL Watching thc death struggles of her little daughter, Mrs. Tnez Castanda. of Globe, saw her little daughter drown in " a - well during the afternoon Friday. The . child had been playing about in the yard during the afternoon, and it Is supposed that the little girl climbed upon the boxing around the well, and losing her balance, felfln. Her four-year-old sister ran screaming intcj the house to her mother, who had to watch the little girl struggle and die before help could arrive. ' for machine wort Girls and wages. Arizona Lanndry. f CANNED J PINEAPPLE I I EDISON FIRESIDE PHONOGRAPH " The latest Edisoij. machine, playing both Twd and Four-Minute Records, at the attractive price of . S2S.00 The Edison Is the only machine playing the Amberol Four-Min-' ute Record. -THE STORE THAT CARRIES 'THE STOCK. MILLER-STERLING COMPANY -Successors to E. L. Andrew & Son. WaterCoolers DO WE HAVE THEM? Well I guess yes. We have them in all styles and sizes, aud our prices are right. " Come in and see them. They are just what you need to make these hot days and nights more endurable. Talbot & Hubbard "The Hardware Stored' . A GOOD TIME A i; A clean watch means good time t you for years to come. True economy in a time plecelies in cleanliness. The. delicate parts doing Indescribable work will soon wear themselves, to-roin-. destroy their high finish and perfect fit when running bi -Accumulating dirt and rancid oil. If you are not satisfied with:: rhe time r your watch U keeping now, bring it into us and we Aifll "guarantee you good time. Our charges are reasonable. r ROSENZWEIG t 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 1 1 1 it 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Tungsten Lamps E. THOMA MANUFACTTJRDNG CO. I Salesroom 22 S. Third 4tll II I t t I I I I M MORALES MPnriANTii F no. 244-246 E. Washington St.-Ml OF COURSE! ZIP BANG BOOM Buy Your Fireworks Now at Berryhiirs Big Book Store 1 "The Thirsty Man's Retreat." CHIROPODI6-. Painless removal ot Corns, to cents each. Bunions, Moles and Warts, removed bj electricity. Ingrow ing Toenails a spe cialty. Men, Ladles and Children treated day or evenings. Between First and Center St., on ' Adama Phene Red 1072. FRANK SHIRLEY. EASTERLING & WHITNEY III1LI 1 I UNDERTAKERS til W. WssMsftsa Pfceeatx, Ardssaa, 1 ELECTRIC FANS Sold, Rented and Repaired. ARIZONA EUICTRIC CO. Tl. Black 8534. V. R. 9-11 East Washington St 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 iii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ; Avenue. Phone Main-361. i I I MM I I I I I I HUH MM f Moore & McLellan Undertakers and Embalmers. Lady Assistant. : 1 West Adama Street. Telephone mi. m. MORDEN'S BIG SECOND .. HAND STORE. 'Buys, sells and rents stoves.1 A ew. and second hand fur niture, stoves and ranges. WHAT MONEY WILL DO AT D.W.Williams Grocery Co No. 42 No. 1st Ava. 16 lbs. Beet Sugar for.. $1.00 IS Iks. Cane Sugar for.. $1.00 1 cans any kind of Lye....25 Columbian Pie Pumpkin, n 15 Gallon can Pie Pumpkin, 4 5 ft G&L can Pie Blackberries 50t GaL can Pie Peaches...... 50 Gallon can Pie Apricots. . -4o? Gallon can Pie Apples. ..45 Armour's Pork and Beans, can --10 Vancamp's Pork and Beans, can ........ ...10. It you wane It quick Phone Main 173. The HOFFMAN Everthlng First Class Famous Tony Faust Beer on Draught Billy Gamble, Proprietor. I't'l I I III II M I 1 I1 1 I I 1 t OII14 THE HOFFMAN CIGAR X t STAND, E. J. DOYLE, PROP. I T CIGARS, TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES. J Corner Broadway and Canter. I I I M"H H H H I I I I III I I I 1 H-M- I 1 1 1' 1 ! iill'IM'U 1 1 1 h . G. A. Streitz, County Surveyor. streitz Thompson CIVIL ENGINEERS U. S. Mineral Surveyors City, country and mineral sur veys. Mine work. Engineering designs. Estimates and Con struction. Room 6 Monihon Block. Phone Red 9241. I' I t It I I ! 1 I I I I I I I ; ; -H lil 1 You Must Stop FOR A WARM ROOM AND A QUIET NIGHT'S REST THE WILLIAMS HOUSE MARICOPA. ARIZONA. Norrie, Prop. 41 S. 1st Ave.