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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 14, 1909.
r 1 r While Invoicing We find we have left the best and biggest line of fine sheer White end Colored Lawns and Summer Goods in Phoenix for ladies, and they are here for ou Monday and all next week at bargain prices. , JJomsWrit $0ods(io TOM'S AMERICAN KITCHEN Parties served with extra fine real Chinese China dishes. Private room and faintly style when desired. Tom does all his own pastry. For a good, dinner on special occasions or at ordinary times come to Tom's new American Kitchen. Regular meals, Tbc. Short orders. 4 eight (2 North Center Street, Phoenix, Arizona. Walter A. Wood TWINE BINDERS $150 PHOENIX HARDWARE COMPANY. THE PHOENIX Produces over 150 varieties of Bread, Cakes and Pastry every work ing day. A lew favorite sorts: Spice Cup Cakes 15c dor. Macaron Tarts ., 30c doz. Two Layer Cakes .....25c each. Boston Brown Bread 10c Almond Paste Coffee Caketi 25e each. Bran Bread 10c Delicious French Pastry 50c doz. BUTTER NUT BREAD Tie best bread and the largest loaf 10c PHOENIX BAKERY & CONFECTIO NERY. Est. 1M1. Edwsrd Eisele. Prop. Phone M. M. H -1 -M ! lHi I '! 1 rl-"i1H-4-H-H"M-W "I "H 111 I 1 1 III BREAK THEM UP AND BRING THEM IN. Ws Fix 'em at Jack's Place. PHOENIX AUTO COMPANY. X Phone Main 145. .H..l..H....nn.,i,.;,,;.,i..n,.n.H.lt FOR UP TO DATE GDOfFDIPQ of Every Description UlVVljl 1 JQO CHOICEST as well a MEDIUM goods of best brands snd grades Don't Miss RULE-MATTHEWS GROCER CO. " 230 East Washington St. Phone Main 8.. ARIZONA SCHOOL OF MUSG- North Center St. . Phoenix, Arizona "M"M 'M11!1 1"l I 1 11 HI H Mil BEST MEATS We carrv the best Meats obtainable. We never sacrifice quality to make a low price. We use the utmost care in - selecting' our Meats. Prompt delivery. . . ' Independent EVIeat Market Phone Main 297. 1-3 West Washington St. tll 1 i I II I II I 1 i' H-fr-M-M l 11 llill f i I I 1 ! I I 1 f -h4-H-4-4-H4--H4y4-W-l 1 ! I K H ..;i...l..... IHH l I AUCTIONS HELD EVERY SATURDAY WE BUY AND SELL ANYTHING. GOODS SOLD ON COMMISSION. - i W. W.HUTCHISON & SON 119 North V' l"l' lyH"l'i 't "l"i"l 'I'ii"r'W 'l III t i .frH-4-H-4-4-m-W-4- flU I I 1 til 1 111 EH H Mill H"l"M'l"j"H"l"l"H I I lllllllHUtll; fffT IT TASTPft nirrrpruT where you tnjoy HOME neat Quick and none loo goon. nrrtrt-ar YE BEN'S Phone Red 2121. M"H"M 1 M-I-H H H-l M X M-H-M-M' REMOVAL NOTICE. - We are now In our new store and garage: Wlnton, Cadillac, Kessel-Kar and Oakland Auto. Indian, Reading Standard, Thor, -Light and Merkcl Motorcycles. Columbia, Light and Knibletn Bikes. All makes of Tires, Sundries, Oils, etc Give us a trial. . . 26 & 38 East Adams St. Arizona Motor Company BAKERY. 34-38 E. Adams St. i-yyi ri lli n til IHHIllI in t if ; i i ;. 3 .H"M"M II 1 1 1 I I HI First Ave. the meal. Everything clean and X, courteous service. The best, la " FRENCH KITCHEN. 11 W. Washington St. I I I 1 I 1 I I 4"H"M"M"M' Mil a -l- I -I WIIM H 11 1 11 111 I 1; OF LOCAL INTEREST f I 1 I i ii n :llll n t in in. NEW NOTARIES Richard A. Watkins and Sims Eaton of this city, were yesterday appointed notaries public by Governor Sloan. VACATION TRIP Mr. and Mrs. L. Baswitz left last night for a vaca tion in Los Angeles. T,liey will at tend the convention, luter going to the beach, where they will spend sev eral days visiting friends. GONE A HUNTING filler, Drake. Marshall and Dr. Barlowe, members of the Los Angeles Gun club, which annually 'makes a sojourn to Arizona in quest of game, passed through Phoenix yesterday on the way to the grounds at Helena. -; CANALS AND WATER The canal and river conditions yesterday were unchanged, there being 22,820 inches of water in the rivers at Ritchtns station. The water will be- In the Arizona and Salt canals today, the same as yesterday. TO COAST FOR OUTING Miss Fay McKee left last night for the coast where she will Boend her sum mer's outing visiting friends at the different summer resorts. She will take In the Elks' convention the rest of this week, going on to Long Beach and Santa Monica the coming Mon day. A DETAINING WRECK Passen gers and mail over the Southern Pa cific did not reach Phoenix until four o'clock yesterday afternoon, the east bound train due at Maricopa in the mnrojng having been held up by a freiglft wreck east of Yuma that con gested traffic for several hours. The nature and cause of the WTeck were not learned but it was staled that nobody had been hurt. LAND COMMISSIONER COM ING Though no definite information has been secured at the local offices that are most concerned, it is re ported that "Fred Dennett, commis sioner of the general land office, left Washington about ' the first of the month for a general western trip. It is expected he will visit Phoenix sometime during the tour, but there are no advices as to the date. . WHY RENGO REDUCES FAT Anti-Fats and Starvation Diet Result in Wrecking of the System. In cases of fat. the food Is not properly atreiniilated that is, part of the fiod Is retained" by" the body which should not be retained, and part which should be retained Is thrown out. This does not always mean dyspepsia or indigestion, for one. may have a very healthy stomach and yet begin to grow fat, through rfo apparent cause. Jt is evident to, any one, then, that to try to starve away the fat hi both ridiculous and dangerous. - The use of anti-fats, remedies that positively stop digestion sooner or later, results in a break-down of some organ and consequent disease. Certain tropical fruits . have been known for some time to be remarka ble regulators of the system. This Is what Rengo does. It con tains a tropical fruit mixture which has this faculty of perfectly assimi lating food taken into the "body. That is the secret It has resulted In mak ing Rengo a marvel as a fat reducer and a health builder, and a Godsend to all fat people. There is nothing "just as good" as Rengo. For sale by all druggists at $1.00 per full sized box, or by mail prepaid, by The Rengo Co, 3364 Rengo Bldg.. Detroit, Mich. The com pany will gladly send you a trial package free by mail, if you write them direct to Detroit; no free pack ages at drug stores. ' ' ' For sale and recommended in Phoe nix by A. Is. Boehmer. Ostrich Feather FANS Nothing sets off the summer evening gown like the Ostrich Feath er Fan. 2Vrlzona Ostrlcl)7arm. m TTTl A ; THERMOS BOTTLE on that picnic for two. It will keep ' the "drinks": cold even in Ari zona. We sell them. In Hotel Adams. Tel. M. 213. THE GRAND OPENING 1 SATURDAY NIGHT Raymond Teal and His Company Will Arrive at Noon of That Day. Raymond Teal and his merry mak ers are at Prescott tonight and toinor- J 'lit A Evelyn Constance, the Prim row night and will arrive In the city Saturday noon all 4t readiness for the opening of the sparisius Grand, Satur day night, all .will be'in readiness and a packed house will no doubt be the issue. ' Evelyn Constance, the Prima Donna with the Teal show will be heard dur ing the engagement in some excellent musical numbers. Miss Constance was I MAROONED Letters and .tele grams from Kansas City announce that quite a number of I'hoenix peo ple, who were en route east, have been held "up"ln Kansas City several days by floods, unable to ' get out over the railroads on whjch their des tinations are situated. One man says he has formed a mental picture of the railroad company handing him over a twenty dollar bill for the sustenance of his family during the delay. He has not, however, been so unwise as to buy a frame for the picture yet. HARRIS-CAIN Cards were re ceived by Phoenix friends yesterday announcing the marriage of Richard Spencer Harris Harris and Mrs. Nancy Johnson Cain, in Baltimore, Md., June 30. The bride will he remembered as a former Phoenix girl of more, than passing popularity. She has lived In Baltimore for over two years past, the rest of her father's family having moved to Oregon. The groom is not known here but that he is the choice of Mrs. Cain is sufficient recommenda tion of his worth, for ' her' Phoenix friends, who will wi.sh them both pros perity. SOLD A RESIDENCE Mont And erson was in the city yesterday from Flagstaff, where he has been in con nection with the construction of a saw mill three miles north of that city. He came down chiefly to close the sale of a fine residence property he built about three months ago. It is situated at the corner of Second and Fillmore streets and Is a two story, concrete block, tn room house. The buyer was Mr. Griffin of Texas, a brother of Hi Griffin of Glory Hole fame, and who came here a short time, ago expecting to remain per manently. The consideration was $4,200, the deal being a cash transac tion. , REAL ESTATE RUSH Dick Erd rrians claims that his real estate of fice suffered the . greatest real es tate rush since he has been in busi ness, yesterday forenoon, (ver a choice residence lot that he had just placed upon the market Some un known Individual unable to get through the crowd made a grand foot ball rush for the plate glass window, shattering it Into a thousand pieces and cutting himself so badly that he had to retire to the care of a sur- I geon instead of getting into the desk j to see Dick Erdmans. The plate glass I was a large one and will be no -small I financial item to replace, not to men- j tion the replacing of the elegant real ! estate sign that decorated the win- j dow. I BACK FROM CONVENTION A. R. Gatter, general agent for the Southern I Pacific returned yesterday from the j Elks' convention at Los Angeles, and states that undoubtedly it will be the ; greatest jubilee of any organization ever held in the United States. Kv- ; eryone Is having a good time. The Arizona Elks are the "candy kids" and can be seen, everywhere, they are the Bills that are sought after, and without a doubt are making the j IMS? V7-. I:. . : for several seasons with Frank Dan iels and later 'with 'the Ada Meade Opera company now playing a summer engagement at Dallas, Texas. J The contractors guarantee to turn the theater over Saturday morning, the ! seenery being all now finished and I ready to install. I The opening show "Variety Isle" Is considered by Mr. Woolf, Raymond i Teal's manager to be one of the best I In the repertoire being a refined , Dutch show . with plenty of good . wholesome comedy to it intermingled Mv Donna With Raymond Teal. with a budget of rich song numbers that are bound to prove popular whis tling airs. The costumes fop the open ing production are exceptionally elab orate and attractive and will prove a feast for the eye for the fair sex. The Innovation that of having a dance' ev ery Monday and Friday night after the show with no extra charge is going to he a big drawing card. greatest showing, with the exception of the California Elks, of all the dele gations present.. The Arizona badge has been so greatly sought after that not a one is left. Mr. Gatter says that he had the time of his life, aitl has never before been so proud of the fact that he. is an Arizonian. The Phoenix float that will be in the par ade of Thursday evening has again and again been predicted to win the prize, and Mr. Gatter again empha sizes the fact. o There are many people who suffer from Backache, Rheumatism, Lumba go and similar ailments who are not ware these are symptoms of Kidney trouble. Pineules for the Kidneys act as a tonic and regulator to Kidneys and Bladder. They tone and invigor ate the entire system, reliere the pain, 10 days' trial $1.00. LARSON'S DRUG CO. If you want a nice cosy newly "Tut nihed room during your stay in Flag staff, call on Mrs. Sunderson, north of depot. x Anyone contemplating spending the summer at Flagstaff will find, all the modern conveniences and good service at Commercial Hotel. We keep all the Arizona papers on file. J. H. Dona hue, Mgr. NEVADA TO BE RACING CENTER. Reno, July 13. According to In formation given out this afternoon by a prominent local horseman, Nevada is to become a horseraclng center. HAWK'S CUT GLASS CAN'T be :. BEAT. "The Store of Qualities." ( OA'IPANf D O RR IS -HEYMAN FURNITURE -:- COMPANY Arizona's Largest House Furnishing ' Store c Every tlhiing' For The Home Very much disfigured,-' doing .business under great difficulties. The contractors have pos session of our immense building, and are con stantly demanding more room. The coming Aveek, the limit of price cutting in every de partment will be reached. Look for The Red Tags To enumerate the many good things is be yond our ability. You have known and done business with us lo these many years, and know what we sav we do. Visit our store NOW. C Buy Now : Excelsior Anto Cycle Wins again, defeating all other . motorcycles and automobiles in two great Hill Climbs. At At lanta, Ga, two Excelsiors, First and Second winning by a wide margin over stripped racers. At Redlands, Cal, four Excelsiors finished 1, 2, 3 and 4 on a hill 15 miles long and one mils high in 18 min. 5 sec. The winning automobile, a 60 H. P. stripped racer, required 24 min. 12 sec These were all strictly stock Excelsiors and their accomplish ment tells the story of Excelsior quality. GRISWOLD, The Bicycle Man. 25 E. Adams. " VIAVT' representatives wanted for Phoenix, Tempe and Mesa. Mrs.:M.'A. Stevens, Mgr. 42 N. Fourth Ave. HAT SALE Continued All This Week at One-Half Off THE FAIR 212 E. Washington St h I I M I I I I I I I HI i II I I 1 Ball LONG HARDWARE COMPANY. T, I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I JUST LIRE HOME 13 the way you will find the cooking at California Restaurant, 33 N. 1st Are. Garden City Restaurant Coolest and Cleanest Place In Town to Eat Nice Private Rooms for Parties and FamlUe. 8bort Orders at All Hoars. REGULAR MEALS. Bo. Noe. It and 14 Hast Washington St. MARK LAND, Proprietor THE ENGLISH KITCHEN RESTAURANT 44-45 EAST ADAMS STREET. - Everything Ntw, Nioe and Clean. Private Family Dining Reeme. CHARLIE LIMQ CO. Preps. 3 - : Pay Later M FOR JUNE WEDDING PRESENTS nothing can be more desirable or ap propriate than the Teco or Van Brig gle Pottery, on sale at the BIDE-A-WEE MISSION j Furniture Sales Rooms, '" 33 Polk Street. 3 This Is the season for ready cooked Meats. . Try our Cold Roast Beef, Mutton, Cooked Corn Beef, Boiled Ham, Pickle Pigs Feet, Pickle Tripe, etc Phone us. Main 6. COLD AIR Storage Market LOOK OUT FOR SPECIALS TODAY. This Is the place, sure, to get your meat at reasonable prices. FARMERS MUTUAL PROTEC TIVE ASS'N. 36 North 1st Ave. 1 M I 1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I ' ' ' " ' ' I ' Mowers H M I I I I I 1 1 I H I I H I I I I III 5 J