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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 30, 1909.
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN Published Every Dy in the Year By THE ARIZONA PUBLISHING COMPANY. QUO. W. VICKER3, Free. Gen. Mgr. Exclusive Morning Associated Press Dispatches. , PubUcation office: Corner Second and Adams Streets. Telephone Main 47. Enterel at the poutoffice st Phoenix, Arizona, as mail matter of the second class. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. By mall, dally, one year IJ.jJO Weekly, one year w BT CARRIER. Daily, per month 75 eta. The Arizona Republican Is on sale at all of Amos' street news stand wagons In Los Angeles, Ban Diego, and Long Beach. UNiOMjfcJl ABCL FHOEXIX. ARIZONA, JULY 50, 1909. f ' The Association of American 1 Advertiiers ( New York City I hat L examined and certified to the circulation I oi this publication. Only the figures o! r circulation contained in it report are 1 guanuiieea oy we Association. I No. '77 Secretary, j The Republican is tne omy newspaper In 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, 19i6. to March 31. 1907 23 From Jan. L 1908, to Feb. 8, 1909 M These figures represent a larger circu lation than that of all other Phoenix dailies combined, and Is the largest In Arizona by more than 20o0. 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 recognized authority in the United States. A SCHEDULE OP ILL LUCK. People with superstitious notions will be inclined to put their money on the winner of the American league lennant this year in the contest with the National winner for the cham pionship. Supposing that even the Chicago Nationals should be the leader of that league again, as it has been for the last two years, the magic of Frank Chance can hardly prevail against the continuous stream of ill luck which has been directed against the Nationals from the beginning of the season. Early in the play there was a cancellation of one day on account of the funeral of an officer of the New York club. Shortly after, another day was lost by reason of the funeral of another magnate. More recently Hon. Israel W. Dun ham of Philadelphia, a backer and officer of the league, died and was buried and the National schedule was set back still another day. Now comes the tragic end of Presi dent Pulliam of the league, and in respect to his memory still another day must be lost. Misfortune in still another form has followed the Nationals from the very beginning of the season. Its schedule has been disarranged more seriously by rain and cold weather than that of either the American league or the Asosciation. Last week one day all the National games in widely separated parts of the country east of the city had to be postponed on account of rain. It singularly happened that on the same day there was no meteorological in terference with the American schedule at any point. Another curious thing In the Na tional playing is the large number of games which were called on account of darkness after from twelve to seventeen innings, the strength and time of the clubs thus being wasted to no purpose. Plainly the National baseball league Is under the displeasure of the god of the diamond. THE DESCENT OF SPAIN. It has not been so very long, count ing by the age of nations, since the power of Spain was almost sovereign in Europe; since the mighty Charles V and the less able but hardly less powerful Phillip occupied the center of the stage and affected all those policies in the civilized world, which they did not actually direct of compel. In a few short world-days it has become, with the possible exception of Portugal, the weakest of nations and whose strongest present anchor is the matrimonial alliance with Great Brit ain, an alliance possibly not strong enough to uphold the throne. There has for years been an in tense dissatisfaction in Spain with the existing order. When Alfonso was happily married the nation turned to him as the world does to the lover and it seemed that Spain had taken an upward step in the rank of na tions. But below there was the seeth ing discontent which is now breaking forth in a volume which may over throw the monarchy, place a republic upon its ruins, though in the. present state of the country anarchy is more likely to succeed. 4 They are not going to cancel many mail routes in Arizona if Delegate Cameron finds it out. Mr. Cameron has an acquaintance in Washington, one Frank Harris Hitchcock, who has more or less to do with matters re lating to the postal service. We suppose, of course, the Calhoun trial is still in progress, though we have heard nothing of it for a day or two. We trust they will hold the news back five or six months and then the country will have a mild Interest in knowing how it turned out. THE WESTERN SKIT WINS AT COLISEUM The DeChantel Twins In Musical Act, Have Good Voices and a Manner That Cannot Help' But Please. "A clean bill worthy of patronage." is the comment made on this week's stand at the Coliseum. The moving pictures, feature pictures, music fine, and the illustrated songs the best heard since the opening of the house. The acts headliners. The DeChantal Twins in their musi cal act, are clever, und give a high class act that in itself is worth more than the admission. Their burlesque on the music hall duet Is original, and refreshingly new, altogether different than anything heard here on the vaudeville stage. Two attractive sis ters exactly alike in appearance, yet so different in mannerisms. Their costumes have caused considerable comment. Voices that will be remem bered long after they are gone. "The Cowboy and the Tenderfoot." a wisp of Montana plains, a catchy west ern skit, originally, and genuinely handled, is worthy of much praise, and from echoing yells of the Arizona cow boys, to the cowboy yells of Tannehill and Radcliffe who put on the a.-t there is not a single doubt in the mind of the audience but what the character work Is true, and the heart of the wild and wooly veteran of the plains has been touched. NOTICE TO PATRONS. The Baswitz Cigar Co. has sold Its Interest in the Anheuser cigar stand. The genial face of Lewis T. Baswitz. which has adorned the front thereof so long, will hereafter be found at the Baswitz pool rooms and cigar store, 42 East Washington street. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, Office of Indian Affairs, Wash ington, D. C. Sealed proposals for letting grazing privileges on the Truxton Canyon Indian Reser vation, Arizona, under the permit sys tem, will be received at the Office of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Washington, D. C, until two o'clock p. m., on Monday, August 30, 1909, and will be immediately thereafter opened in the presence of such bidders as may attend. Maps showing the location of the reservation and all necessary in formation may be obtained on appli cation to the Superintendent of the Truxton Canyon Indian School, Trux ton, Arizona. R. G. VALENTINE, Com missioner. This Is Bargain Time If a slightly used in strument will suit you, get it now. Everything must go before our big stock arrives in the fall. Redewill's 224 W. Washington St. I'none Jtiain zoy. CHIHOPODIfri. Painless removal of Corns, SO cents each Bunions, Moles aud Warts, removed bj electricity. Ingrow ing Toenails a spe cialty. Men, Ladles and Children treated day or evenings. Between First and Center St, on Adams Phone Red 072. FRANK SHIRLEY. ;h 1 1 liii nun 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1- For a TRUNK, SUIT CASE TRAVELING BAG See the COLLINGS VEHICLE AND HARNESS CO. 4 First Door East of Hotel Adams KM MUM MM I 1 I I ! I I ! I M -H 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 2J You can always get a nice fresh smoke at Jones pool room when in Fligstaff. Opposite depot. $2.50 AND $3.00 q n IMPORTED RAZORS & C We are Belling? all the leading brands of razors, including the Wade Butch ft Wostcnholm Pipe. I X-L. Brandt, Kogcrs, Ben llur, Illue Steel and Lewis. These razors are sold all over the country for 2.p to oo. Our price, 97 cents each. Mail orders filled. These goods are sM on ly at our turc as wc arc sole agcuU fur aaaic Wakelin Pharmacy PKiIoH.Oz&rvro.PK.G. INDIAN MOTORCYCLES ARE THE BEST ON EARTH. Riders and mechanics know it. Wise ones have it to learn. Motorcycle, Automobile and Hicyclc Sundries, Supplies and Expert lce pairing. ARIZONA MOTOR CO. 36 and 38 W. Adams St. SHOES We carry the kind that are guaranteed. i' Our line of Children's Shoes are said to be $ perfect. Salim Ackel ic-18 e. Washington. f . -H-H-K-M-K-H-K-M "H-H-M-H- THE PERFECT FLOUR EMBRACES U of the good qualities of other brands and some extra ones of its own. The Perfect Is not a flour that Is su perior in only one or two qualities. It Is superior all round. It bakes better, goes farther and stays molster than any other. Try a sack Just to see what the best of all flours Is like. Ask your grocer. I'M 1111 MI tllllDIIIIlllH- DRINK HEALTHFUL VITALIZING VI-TO-ZONE THE NATURAL i MINERAL WATER ti l 1 1 1 H I MM M M M l 1114 1 HASSIE HAS 'EM Maaslo has Massie has Massle has Massie has Ma.isle has Massie has Massie has Massie has Massio has Massie has Massie has Massie has bles. Massie has Massie has Massie has Massie has Massie has Massie has Massie will Massie will Trunks. Suit Cases. Telescopes. Dressers. Iron Beds. Cotton Mattresses. Rope Edge Springs. Hammocks. Wicker Hockers. Mission Chairs. Mission Rockers. Mission Extension Ta- Axmlnster Rugs. Folding Beds. Cook Stoves. Penny Post Cards. Window Shades. Matting. buy your goods, pay the best prices. MASSIE & SONS 114 & 116 W. Washington St. Phone Main 257. B Open Until j A Cool Proposition Km Mid- ( l I night . I i i On a hot lay what is more cooling more pleas ing .or more satisfying than a glass of soda1? It's" pure, it's cold and delicious A wonderfully appe tizing drink to quench your thirst and please your palate. Sparkling, luscious- each one perfect in quality and full flavor, served cleanly and conducive to the "have anol her" habit. I l A f ROFHMFD'Q fTZZ I IB ( www ) M IJ. lllfl.llilllll J w. , I n BUSY DRUG STORE Z?J bsJj N. E. Cor. Center and Washington. JJ jM M I! !! M -M 11 M vt 1 11 1 11 i vMsmammmemsmmmmmsssBBBmammmm THERE'S A REASON $ I I WHY i Stewart k Templin such a large per cent of the T J. bicycle work of Phoenix. -It's the 6a be." t BIKE HOSPITAL. I I Next to P. O. Phone Main 363 X V 4H t I .l i Mil 111. H ,M 1 ii, H.,. W. A. REYNOLDS ;; Contractor and Builder:: Plana and specifications tarn ished freo on all work con tracted or superintended by him. Let plan yeur bona for yoa. SATISFACTION GUARAN TEED. Phona Red 8255. Residence, 111 W. Fillmore Bt. Office, JT1 Points, Phoenix. t i 1 1 I I 1 it t ili.t i if .! lill ill t nti.I .1 it .11 1 , f FAMILY LIQUOR STORE i Liquor and wine for medicinal purposes. .We handle the best California Avlne, also Italian and French. ' All - kinds whiskey, brandy, cordials, liquors, cigars and beer. - CALIFORNIA WINE AND LIQUOR CO. 25 and 27 S. Center St. 4 i frfr .W-M-H' H 1 M I I 1- Needs no Gasoline er Repairs. Columbus Electric "My Lady's Car" Central Auto Co. Main 345. LOOK OUT FOR SPECIAL8 TODAY. This Is the place, sure, to get your meat at reasonable prices. FARMERS MUTUAL PROTEC TIVE ASS'N. 36 North 1st Ave. J "VIA VI" representatives wanted for Phoenix, Tempe and Mesa. Mrs. M. A. Stevens, Mgr. 42 N. Fourth Ave. HAMILTON BROS., Pi&no Tuners. With Wiley B. Allen Co., Inc. ;j Austin & Souther, I 53 State St., Boston. Members :; Boston Curb Exchange. ', ) Orders executed and Infonna- tloii famished on all listed ' stocks. ; ; Our market letter with Inter- j ) estlng facts concerning VULTURE i pon application. Now 8 on local market DO I I Phon Main 113 Phone Main 186 Millet, Mio Maise, Kaffir Corn, Sorgh um and Corn. Plant Them Now ! Bill's Seed House 126 N. Center SL DAILY AT THE FORD GRILL STEAKS CHOPS and CHICKEN FARMERS, MINERS, PROS PECTORS, ATTENTION. I have the reputation of being your best outfitter In the city. I know what you need. I know how much of each article you need. I know how to select goods 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. fRANHGRIEBEUS 218 W. Wash. St Phone M. 43 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 "s at the public's disposal at most reasonable prices. Two phones. Lightning Delivery Phone Main 1. 18 S. Center. Wllllllll HYOUR MOTHER :; ) would be pleased to receive a real '. ', 1 NAVAJO BLANKET J from her boy. Te have the va- T rlety. Tou make the selection. I ARIZONA SADDLERY GO. I 45 North Center St. Phoenix, t ! M 1 1 1 I t H11J 1111 U f Phoenix Foundry Co, All Kinds of IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS Good work and pnmpt delivery our specialty. Contractirs (tale notice) meet all competltloa. Let us f I sura with you. Rogers A Moors, Proprietors GET BUSY! j The Phoenix National Bank Phoenix, Arizona. Capital, Surplus and Profits $ 250,000.00 Deposits $1,500,000.00 E. B. Gage, President. II. J. McClung, Vice President. R. B. Burmister, Cashier. H. M. Galliver, Ass't. Cashier. DIRECTORS: E. B. Gage. F. M. Murphy. D. M. Ferry. W. F. Staunton. Geo. N. Gage. L. M. Chalmers. F. T. Alkire. W. A. Drake. H. J. McClung. , 1H H llltHmiHtMIMIIIIIIIIlllUIIIIIMiOIj ! The Prescott PRESCOTT ------- ARIZONA. CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS S270.000.00 Roll of Honor Bank No. 65. j,ai 32212123 United States Depository. J.' 2 'JJ -1 J.i.l Territory of Arizona Depository. County of Yavapai Depository. City of Prescott Depository. F. M. MURPHY, President MM Ml Ml MM Hi 'HIIWHUI M M 11 1 M M 11 11 1 Ml4 it 11 I'M' MM M I I II M lllllll'lHKl 1 M M M 11 M M M M M The National Bank of Arizona The Oldest Bank in Phoenix. Capital Stock $200,000 Surplus $100,000 Has removed to its temporary quarters, corner "Wall and Washington streets (old Valley Bank building), during the construction of its new, up-to-date four story and basement offfice building. HI IH l"l"H"l"l"l"H'M M l"! '1"1"1"M YOUR SPARE CASH should not be allowed to remain idle, or be spent for needless trifles. Put it where it will yield you an income. Deposit it each week in the Valley Bank, where it will earn a liberal rate of interest. Come in and open an account. 47c Interest Paid on Savings Accounts THE VALLEY BANK Established 1884. . . Deposits $1,200,000.00 VT. T. NICHOLS. President UNION BANK & TRUST CO. M 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 DIRECTORS M. L. Vieux CEMENT CONTRACTOR. Proprietor Artificial Cement Co., Arlsona Lima Co, and. Asphalt Paving Co. Works. 8. First Bt Office, 40 W. Adams Bt Phone UlX Phoenix. Arizona. freight and Baggage carefully and qatckly handled. Storage at reasonable rates. Pioneer and Consolidated Transfer and Storage Co. Baggage office, ill North Center Bt Telephone Main 142. GenerrJ office, ii Booth Center Bt Telephone Main 74. Gl LL ETT The Tailor Carries the Largest Stock of Goods in Arizona. National Bank I R. N. FREDERICKS. Cashier. 1 - 1' !' I M 1 11 M' H '! 1M1 1 1 M I 1 I I 1 J. M. BWETNAM. GBO. H. LUT31TJtDIN3, Yloe-Presldeaf. Cashier. Clinton Campbell ENERAL CONTRACTOR ResMonee Telepheae S7 N. Fourth Ave. Mala 1T7 GOLD HOTEL ANTON GOLD, Prop. Third an Washlngtea Its. Tlmm, clean rooms, eeatrally located; 10a per night aa ap. Coma and Investigate . ) 1 1 1 I I I I I I I I 1 1 I I 1 1 I I Ml I I I We make a specialty of X j; Box Trade : Dractiman Cigar Co ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 HAT SALE I m aoBalbaasMBMnnHBaalsaBBBSBaaa1 Continued All This Week at One-Half Oft THE FAIR 212 E. Washington St . 451 8. 8eventh Ave. Phona Main 212, f 17 WEST ADAMS STREET. ;