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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 14, 1909.
Going Away? - If so, you'll need a Suit Case. We believe -'you can Ret a better -bargain here, than elsewhere, because we have lut low prices on our Suit Oases. We want to close them out. 'In our little store we haven't Dom to handle v SUIT CASES Therefore,- If you need one, get it here at a bargain. Our cases vere -friade. by iT.-C. Lilly :& Co, Colum bus, Ohio, Who stand well as makers. ' You can : depend on these cases for materiat, workmanship, lasting quality and appearance. We'll describe one for you: No. COO Genuine cowhide leather suit else. Shirt fold in the lid. Brass lJck. , Leather, corners .with large, brass plated rivets. All hand riveted. Neat aiid durable. y ; - $5.25 , ' CV'ne In fcnd see it. " HINCKLEY'S Po9toflfice News Store BOOKS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE - .: SUPPLIES. THE PERFECT FLOUR EMORACES all of the good qualities of other brands and Borne extra ones of Its own The Perfect la not a flour that Is nu perlor in only one or two qualities. It la superior all round. It bakes better, goes farther and stays moister than any other. Try a sack just to tee what the best of all flour Is likn. Ask your KTfcer Torie Lenses give n. greater rarge of vision rotation of the eyes. The r center of curvature Is at every po ut of -' the glass, giving distinct vision to the edges. Can , be worn neai: the yese Reflections from behind -are eliminated. -Toric Lenses are superior to; any other lenses. '-:dr. e. mukson . OPTICIAN. .. - 118-Wast Washington Street.' Whenever .There's a Baby- There will - be need for many things which . wee can supply. Infant's- Foods";the very be-st quality, fresh and'- pore.- Teeth ing, N'ursing and Baby Toilet Goods "of all " Kinds. ' . Ve .spend milch time and care in setectlng things for baby and we. feel sure every mother in Phoenix will . enjoy examin ing our stock, and will. In every Case', find exactly what she de- LOVETT DRUG CO. Phons Main 18. y N. W. Corner Center and Wash ington Street. 4111 I H I Mill 4 I r I HI I h Y .The. ; best Loaf of I Bread in the city 1 i that's 4 PETTID'S. 4 i n miiiiniiiniiiiiw AIRDOME Vaudeville and Pictures "ITS THE SHOW" H II I 1 I HI 1 1 A HI IIHUI( G. A. Straits, Coanty. Surveyor. jj STREITZ THOMPSON j CIVIL ENQ! N E E R 8 U. 8. Mineral Surveyors City, country and mineral sur veys. Mine work. Engineering designs. Estimates and Con struct ion. , r .Room 8'Monihon Block. . -' Phone Red 8241. Ml I I IH 11 II I II I I I IH 1 i-n W Pi n I -M. a. ...... I Daily Weather Report l Local Daily Vaather Report for The Ari-wi3 Republican. , Forecast for tcduy: Fair . I Data for 24 houra ending 6:30 p.m. yesterday. - 5:30 6:30 a. in p.m. Barometer, Inches 29.70 29.58 Temperature, degrees. 79 108 Dew point, degrees. .. fl 45 Humidity, per cent ..38 12 Wind, direction, .E. W. Wind, velocity, miles. 4 10 Rainfall, inches 0 .0 4 Weather .Clear Clear Mean daily humidity...' 4 Mean daily" temperature 93 Highest temperature ...110 Lowest temperature 76 Total daily rainfall 0 Excess in temperature yes terday, 2 degrees. Excess in temperature' since first of month, 3 degrees. T . Accumulated excess in tem perature since January 1, 5 de grees, v. Deficiency In rainfall yester- I day, 0.03 inch. Deficiency In rainfall since first J of month, 0.20 Inch. X Accumulated deficiency In 4. J rainfall since January 1, I.G2 T inches. . UN. JESUNOFSKT. Section Director. 4. frM-M H 1 11111111!! Ull I- I HI I I 1 1 I 1 1 I I I I II I I I I I M I iOF LOCAL INTEREST 41 II MM II I I II II I II I I I I II I I IN MESA Mrs. Rebecca Berkshire has gone for a few weeks vacation In Mesa, where she will "stay with friends. GONE TO SEATTLE Charley Besse, who Is a member of the Air dome orchestra, has left for Seattle where he will take in the exposition for several months, tie will also stop for visits with friends on the route. SURVEY APPROVED The sur veyor general has approved Mineral Survey No. 2619, the Hoop Up lode mining claim, situated in the Bunker Hill mining district. Pinal - county, claimed by the Calumet & Arizona Mining company. . A GREAT FIGHT It is said that over 3,500 Elks will see the great try-out between Battling Nelson and Wolgast at " Vernon camp. This will undoubtedly be the biggest, fight ever held In Los Angeles, and the greatest amount of money will be turned at the ringside. HAD BIG HOUSE The high class bill at the Airdome lust night was met by a large house. The bill this week is -one of the best placed on the Airflome docket this season. The orchestra has lined up a good masical program, and the - moving pictures have caused . considerable comment from everyone who' has attended the bill. A TRIBUTE TO GRILL A very high tribute was paid the Adunis Grill when Colonel Brudy, who has been visiting' . here from the east stated that he has tried the famous Harvey meals,, dined at the cafe of Delmoni coes, and lunched at Levy's In "Los Angeles, but the finest fifty cent xlin- ner he has ever partaken of was at the Adams' Grill. CONTEST SHARP The election of the next grand exalted ruler of the Elks is sharp, and many close bat tles will be fought between the dif ferent favorites who have all of the qualifications, but will have to de pend upon pull and numbers for a decision. "Garry" Hermann, of Cin cinnati, who has risen from the news boy ranks, will be more than likely to get the plum. J. IT. Sainmis, of Iowa, Is "going some," as is also Warren G. Kayre, or Indiana. PECULIAR ACCIDENT A queer accident happened in the reportoriai room1 of .The Republican yesterday aft ernoon when a Chinaman who had had called to ask for Information re garding the capture of Ling, the nrnr derer of " Elsie Si gel, of Hew ' York City, backed too close to an electric fan and caught his cue in, the "buz zer" removing large tufts of glossy black hair. The reporter present dis covered that the mongolian language contains more exclamations than ail the other languages combined: When the fan had been stopped Cholly never even stopped to say "thank you" but "beat it" down the street at a rate that would have made Harry McLean look pale with envy had he been a witness. DURING THE U.L SEASON iy not install a LOOSE LEAF SYSTEM , Or ynprove your filing, equipment . by ustfcg the Ver tical Letter File CabWet? LET. US DEMONSTRATE. T . H mcn: CO MP A i 5 .THEY MAKE A HIT in a tele gram received by one of the at homo Elks last night. It Is stated that of all the numerous bands taken by dif ferent delegations of Elks to Los An gecls, . including the 64th Regi ment band from Iowa, the New York Military band and . several other mar tial bands, the Indian school band has made the real hit, and is occupying the center of the stage. When real music is wanted for any of the attractions of prominence the Indian school bund is called for. WILL BE WEDDED Announce ments have been received of the wedding cf Itcv. William - McLeod George to Anna Mary Pritchard at Scottpdale, Monday : evening, July 13th. Misis Anna .fritchard - Is a daughter of ; Mr.:, and -Mrs. John Wagner PritchuriU of Montclaire, New Jersey, a young lady of many attainments, and,fovl by all who know her. Rev. - William George' Is a popular minister of Scottsdale, who has been in the parsonage of the Reformed Presbyterian church there for seven years, a man of great earnestness, and of scholarly attain ments. The contracting parties were sweethearts of years ago, when both the bride and groom went to school together in New Jersey. - v STATE NEGRO BUSINESS LEAGUE Rev. II. Franklin Bruy. pastor of Tanner Chapel A. M. E. church, who, Is president of the Col orado state negro business league, was .vailed to Denver for a meeting of the executive board of the league poior to the annual meeting, which will open in Denver on the 27th inst. He left over the Southern Pa cific "yesterday morning and will stop for ' a few hours In El Paso, Texas. Mr. Bray will be gone a month, during which time he will speak in all the large cities In Colorado and New Mexico. Great preparations are being made for his visit to Albu querque, where he will deliver the address at the celebration " of the emancipation proclamation on the 4th of August. Several persons will leave here in time to le present at the celebration in Albuquerque on the 4th. and from there -will go for a few days' hunting and pleasure trip through the Grand Canyon. The Hot Weather Shoe That I carry the fin est Hue of summer Ox fords is apparent at a glance to whoever en ters my establishment. H. A. D1EHL & CO. - 8 West Washington 8L t A Fit For Every Foot. NEW BOOKS A movement has been started to place more books in the Carnegie library. Though Phoenix has an elegant library, with all the up to date appointments, the main feature of the establishment is not in evidence as it might be books. This fact has been noticed for sometime and of late several prominent people of the city have been taking the matter In hand, and have worked out a plan that seems to fill the bill to a "T;" Phoe nix has a population of at least 20.000 people. There is hardly a resident in the city who hasn't some volume that he would gladly give to this public in stitution. If only half of them donated a volume It would mean 10,000- books at least for the library. , Many resi dents would go farther and gle two or three volumes. This Is only one of the many plans that has been talked over and other means of filling the 1I-. brary have been whipped In shape and there is not a doubt but that Phoenix ill have a large and choice library next "winter, the finest in the territory. HAVE GOOD BILL The Colls.-um has a new bill this week that is up to par. It is entirely different front enything placed on the boards of tiat play house. The music Is good, though the illustrated songs are, not wrat the have been sometime. The moving pictures are ente.-Uilntng cnJ ln."tr. .-tive as well, but have ' b.-en shown In the . city before. Adams and Mack of late from th, orpheuin cir cuit place an act of magic with a comic moertone that throws the a i dien;e i::to a fit of laiphur Which lasts the. entire act. Mm-li as Adams tries to convince the spectator of his v.inder'iil tricks of n . !c. Kack ha l- apin.r on t" .u- :u an inop portune moment and either spoil the stunt by exposure or else embarass the magician. Many clever and en tirely new tricks In magic are sprung, and also many a trick that has hith erto baffled the onlookers for years past is exposed. Richards Bros, in a bunch of comedy gymnastics, are the best turn of the .week and deserve two packed houses every night Their work is startling, altogether new, and finished, an act of a high character that has meant years- of grinding practice. Every stunt Is new, not an old one' hashed over. ' - :svVWt'- 18-20 W.' WASHINGTON ST. The Hub's Great Mid Season Clearance Sale is still going on 25 Discount on Every Suit in -The Store All Kinds of On sale at our Drucr Store. eysuckle Toilet Talcunr Powder 25c. Cream of Flowers, the wonderful skin cream, io pure, and harmless; use it; 50c a jar. And Ilulett's Mosquito Knorke always does the work. 7 ; . ELVEY HULETT-T-.Quality Druggists Kpvr finhst.ihit.a Same Old Phone Main One 27 East Washington St. WATER TEMPLE MEETING This afternoon at 2 o'clock is the date an nounced for tn meeting of farmer's and all interested in the project of building a water temple on the T. 3H. C. A. block, by the Salt River Valley Water Users' association, for the Joint use of the association and the reclama tion service. Addresses will be deliv ered by Engineer L. C. Hill and by Judge Kibbey, counsel for the associa tion. There has been .some adverse criticsm of the movement bv well meaning people who It Is- felt are not fully informed as to the facts and It Is hoped that all those who are in oppo sition to the project will attend the meeting today and hear the argu ments. There has been some change of sentiment alread.' since the discus sion of this week was begun and it is believed a clear understanding of the case will disslrrate all opposition. The meeting will be held In the office of the Water Users' association. A GOOD BUSINESS DAY Yester day was a 'good business day in the office of the territorial treasurer. A V. 1 1 1 V. VI . 1 l.V.l I. II VI I .... VI I I. I . I check was received for $40,000 signed I by the treasurer of the United States, j Strong Healthy Women If a woman is strong and healthy in a womanly way, moth, erhood means to her but little sufferinf. The trouble lies in the fact that the many women suffer from weakness and disease of the distinctly feminine organism and are unfitted , for motherhood. This can be remedied. . Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription . f ' Cares the weaknesses and disorders of women. It acts directly on the delicate and important organs concerned in motherhood, making them - healthy, strong, vigorous, virile and elastic. "Favorite Prescription" banishes the indispositions of the period of expectancy and makes baby's- advent easy and almost painless. It quickens and vitalizes the feminine ' organs, and insures a healthy and robust baby. Thousands of women have testified to its marvelous merits. It Makes Weak Women Strong. . It Makes Sick Women Well. Honest druggists do uot offer substitutes, and urge them upon you as " just as good." Accept no secret nostrum in place of this non-secret remedy. It contains not a drop of alcohol and not a grain of habit-forming or injurious drugs. Is a pure glyceric extract of healing, native American roots. - - Silver Bits and Spur. '' Stock Saddles. Saddlery Goods of all kinds. See our Suit Cases. N. PORTER 40 West Washington St. , Telephone Main 69. You Will -Want a Pen, j A Good One f I Why Not a -Waterman Ideal see Fa B. Baptists Co. 11-13 N. Center St. Our B. B. Blend Coffee. Taste It once and you will never forget the capti vating flavor. It well balanced binding of full-ripened and roasted "Old Crop" coffees, and the product is cm; of Mirpassing richness and deli cacy. Its "the kind that niake yo-i want anpther cup. Its flavor and strength are always uniform. VALLEY TEA & COFFEE HOUSE. Phone Red 2601 131 X. Center St. ' In Postoff ice Block. " Hot Weather Snro Powder 25e. Kverv T E A 2 Try Our Special Blend for Ice Tea. It Can't Be Beat -:- -:- A. WETZLER 35 W. Washington St, T-i. '. -sar nr.n ' It is the aimua! allowance of the government for the maintainenee of the ! agricultural college at the terrN torial university in Tucson. -" .81 r EDISON FIRESIDE PHONOGRAPH The latest Edison machine, playing both Two and Four-Minute Itecords, at the attractive price of : ...... $22.00 The Edison Is the only machine playing the Amberol Four-Minute Itecord. THE STORE THAT CARRIES THE STOCK. , MILLER-STERLING COMPANY Successors to E. L. Andrew 4 WaterCoolers DO WE HAVE THEM? Well I guess yes. We have them In. all styles and sizes, and 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 Store.' GOOD TIME A clean watch means good time to you for years to come. True economy in a time pie-e lies in cleanliness. The delicate parts doing indeacribabW work will soon wear themselves to. ruin, destroy their hlKli finish and perfect fit when running in accumulating dirt and ram-id oil. If you are not 'rattened with -the time your 'watch is keeping now. biins it into us and we will guarantee you good time. Our charges are reasonable. i4 ! A .'- ROSEMZWEIG) TH 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 nn 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii i n i n mn i Tungsten Lamps E. THOMA MANUFACTURING CO. f Salesroom 22 S. Third U 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 MORALES MERCANTILE CO. 244-246 E. Washington St. Necessities T Sweet 2oe. Japanese Hon HAMMOCK SEASON IS HERE Are your prepared to " keep as fool as possi ble. . ; ilt Prices. All styles and qualities. BerryhiH'sBig Book Store "The Thirsty Man's Retreat." CHIHOPODiar: Painless removal of Corns, to cents each. "3un1ons, Moles and Wsrtu, removed by electricity. Ingrow ing Toenails a spe cialty.-. Men,- Ladles and Children treated day or evenings. Between ! First and Center St, on Adams. Phone Red 1072. FRANK SHIRLEY. til W. WanMegtea M, Pwaaalx, Atfseaa, SkAdlL.lll.IIIU U lilllinLI UNDERTAKERS 1 til W. WaaJtlcgSsa M, B ELECTRIC FANS Sold, Rented and Repaired. ARIZONA ELECTRIC CO. Tel. Black 8534. V. R. N orris, Prop. . 41 8. 1st Ave. Son. 9-11 East Washington St Avenue. Phone Main 361. I mini iiiiiiiiinimii Moore & McLellan Undertakers "and Embalmar. Lady Assistant. 11 West Adama Street. Telephone Main 122. MORDEN'S BIG SECOND HAND STORE. . Buys, sells and rents stoves. New and second hand fur initure, stoves and ranges. WHAT MONEY WILL DO AT D.W. Williams Grocery Ca No. 42 Na. let Ave. It lbs. Beet Sugar for.. 81.00 15 lbs. Cane Sugar for.. 81.00 t cans any kind of Lye.... 25a Columbian Pie pumpkin, an 15 Gallon can Pie Pumpkin. 4o7 GaL can Pie Blackberries 50 GaL can Pie Peaches 50t Gallon can Pie Apricota...45s Gallon can Pie Apples 45 Armour's Pork and Beans, can 10 Vancamp's Pork and, trni, 10 If you warn it quick . Phone Main 173. The HOFFMAN E rthlna First Class Famous Tony Faust Beer on Draught Billy Gamble, Proprietor. nil i i t 1 1 1 r 8 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 m THE HOFFMAN CIGAR I STAND, E. J. DOYLE, PROP. X t CIGARS, -TOBACCO ' AND f SMOKERS'. ARTICLES. X Corner Broadway and Center. I 111 1 I I II H Ull I U U I I 1 I li i' I I Notice to Republican , Sobscribers . . . . Before going -away on your vacation, do . -not fail to give orders to hatfe 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.) ' v. ? - Phone Main 47. and the circu lation man will do the rest.