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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 9, 1909. Florence Automatic Oil Stove .' x , Like Burning Gat. The Florence Automatio Oil Stove le the nearest thing to burning nat ural gaa in the flame, in economy, and in eafety. 8UMMER COOK STOVES Are a matter of economy ae well, at luxury and comfort aiid every Ari zona housewife should have a Flor ence Automatic Oil Cook Stove. When you call to buy our Schram Auto mata Sealing Fruit Jars ask to see the Florence Automatio Oil Stove. You will need one to keep that kitch en cool while putting up fruit. Davidson's Cash Store Hardware and Furniture. 22-24 W. Wash. SU Phoenix. Ari. You Must Stop FOR A WARM ROOM AND A QUIET NIQHT8 REST THE WILLIAMS HOUSE MARICOPA. ARIZONA. NOTICE On July 20 I will leave on a vacation and recrea tion trip, returning the first part of September. Dr. J. C. Bowman, a competent optician, will have charge of the office during my ab sence, and your patronage is solicited. All work guar anteed. Dr. E. Munson OPTICIAN. Phoenix . - - Arizona. A Little Perfume and Toilet Water Is a very nice and necessary ar ticle to have In the house these hot days. We have as (rood as the market affords. Palmer's and Colgate's toilet powders, waters, foas and perfumes. LOVETT DRUG CO. Phone Main 18. N. VT. Corner Center and Wash ington Street. HIM' l 1141 1 1; Eat Pettid's I bread and be I happy. The kind mother used to make. HIIIIHIIMHHtHHMH AIRDOME Vaudeville and Pictures "ITS THE SHOW" H H I I 1 H I I I 1 I I I I H I I 1 1 I I X G. A. Streitz, County Surveyor. l STREITZ & THOMPSON CIVIL ENQINEER8 U.' 8. Mineral Surveyors X City, country and mineral aur- T veys. Mine work. Engineering T I designs. Estimates and Con- X structlon. Room 6 Monihon Block. Phone Red (241. IIIIIIIIII1IUIIIIIIIH 8 i n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m i n i n i n i Daily Weather Report f The Arizona Republican Local Daily Weather Report for t Forecast for today 1'air, fol- t lowed by Hunt showers. Data for 24 hours ending E:S0 n m vesterd&v. - Barometer, inches ... 29 74 Temperature, degrees 80 Dew point, degrees.. 70 Humidity, per cent..BS Wind direction SK Wind velocity, miles 2 Rainfall. Inches 0 29.70 92 r.2 3S w 7 .0 cidy. Weather Cloudy Pt. Mi an dal'y humidity 5i Mean duil tein;.erati'io 86 Highest temperature 93 Lowest temperature 78 Total daily rainfall T. Deficiency I n Temperature yesterday, 4 degrees. Deficiency t n Temperature since first of month, 27 degrees. 84 degrees. Accumulated deficiency In temiwrature since January 1, 80 degrees. Deficiency in rainfall yester- T dav. 0.02 Inch. Excess In rainfall since first f of month. 0.59 inch. Accumulated deficiency In X rainfall since January 1. 0,90 T inch- U N. JESUNOFSKT. Section Director. 1 11 II I 11 1 11 1 1 I I I 11 U U H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I OF LOCAL INTEREST U 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 him i ' i m' : WORKED ALL DAY The roofing force on the Security building was working all day yesterday. GOES TO KANSAS CITY H. C. Van Allen leaves today for a trip of two weeks in Kansas City on busi ness. TRANSIENTS MANY The regis tration at all the hotels was unusual ly heavy yesterday for this time of NOT BUSY The dog catcher has not been active, for the past week. So far 169 dogs have been killed at the pound. MANY CHURCH GOERS It was reported that all of the churches had the largest attendance yesterday, both morning and evening. during the summer. RESTING COMFORTABLY Es teemed Squire Scott, of the local or der of Elks, survived a critical op eration at the Sister's hospital Sat urday morning, and is resting com fortably. . . INDUSTRIAL LIBERTY BAND The Industrial Liberty band played its seomd best concert at the Ford piazza ; last night- The court house park across the way was packed with music lovers. TO NEW YORK H. J. Biggs starts tomorrow for Creater New York, where besides buying for the Jones Dry Goods company, he will meet old friends and school mates. He will be gone several weeks. IT WAS GOOD The band concert given by the Pioneer band, at the city plaza was well attended. The new numbers that were rendered were good and showed a degree of harmony between director and play ers not heard or seen at the begin ning of the season. SHE LOST HER KITTEN A little girl was found crying as if her heart would break last evening, because her pet kitten had Indulged too free ly at a "bug fete" under a nearby street light and had gone to the oth er shore to the land from which kittens never return. DISREGARDED Although from time to time, the police have empha sized the fact that automobiles on the streets at night should carry tall lamps placed in such a way as to make the number of the machine visible in passing, the regulation has been ignored, by many of the drivers. MOSQUITO MANIFESTATIONS Many small puddles of stagnant wa ter, the result of the recent rains, have caused mosquito manifestations, bringing nights of unrest to residents in the locality of the puddles. By pouring kerosene or crude oil on the puddles, the pest may easily be done away with. THE LAST NIGHT Tonight will be the last opportunity to see and here Al. Luttinger and Etta Lucas In one of the greatest one act skits ever1 written, "The Girl and the West." full of human Interest, pathos, com edy and bubbling over with the west erner's big hearted love. An act that has brought more favorable com r The Rotary Neostyle Automatically counts, prints and discharges one copy every second. A child ran operate It. Let us demonstrate. THE MCNEIL COMPANY Office Supplies. ment to the managers of the Colise um, than any thing else since the opening of the house, with the ex ception of John L. Sullivan. Wein rick and Waldron, who put on the laughable farce, "The Wise Guy and the Messenger Boy," will also fin ish tonight. The coming change will be announced tomorrow morning. SHOWED THE RESULTS Sever al young men are carrying arms in slings, and patched eyes, noses, and bumps, the results of a free-for-all fight that took place in the rcdlight district Saturday night, in which sevenll Mexicans became entangled In an argument refuted with fists, by several of the American young bloods. THE MOON A GOOD THING That the moon is on full strength, during the nights since the rains. Is a good thing, for the reason that the bugs which gather and bother pe destrians at the street corners where the arc lights are on, do not have a chunce to congregate, for the lights are not a necessity when the moon furnishes the light. ANOTHER POSTAL. Another postal from Harry McLean, the Hopl Indian Marathon runner, was re Kraucisco, stating that he had a chance to limber up, and that "pretty soon be sick." meaning of course that he will take the rest of the trip by boat. Harry McLean will have about ten days to rest and get acclimated before he runs. IN THE GREAT NORTHWEST I.eon Bouvier, living on It. F. D. No. 1, starts today for an extended trip in the great northwest. He will first spend a few days in Sun Francisco where he will visit old friends, going from there to Seattle where he will remain for two or three weeks at the exposition. From Scuttle. Mr. Bouvier will go to Alberta, Canada, and on further north, perhaps to Alaska, before his return- He will be gone several months. HIS DEATH WAS SUDDEN An Inquest was held by Coroner John stone yesterday on the body of An tonio Delgado, who had died sud denly In the lower part of town. He was a man of seventy-six and had been in ill health for sometime. Yes terday morning he arose, feeling no worse than usual and went to the house of a neighbor for breakfast. Soon after, as he was walking in the yard he complained of a sudden sick ness and then the blood gudied forth. In a few moments he was dead. The Jury found that death had resulted from natural causes The Sole That Wears Every pair of shoes that leave our store has SOLES THAT WEAR. Because we only carry good shoes. Shoes that are made to wear, and not to sell. Every pair we sell means another pair we will sell. H. A. DIEHL & CO. S West Washington Bt, A Fit For Every Foot. PLANS ARE STILL GROWING The tilars whirl, are ma'nring foi the Elks attendance at the Detroit con vention have grown within the: past few days, and It Is thought at present that the attendance there next sum mer will even be larger than it was at Los Angeles this year. THOMPSON IN TOWN A tele gram was received at the sheriffs office yesterday from Deputy Sheriff Jeff Adams, who was then at Ash Fork, having In charge Fank Thompson, who was arrested at Den ver on the charge of having em bezzled $6,000 worth of land scrip, the property of D. C. Jackling, E. Stenger and other clients of the firm of Hildreth and Thompson. The deputy sheriff wired that he would arrive this morning with his prison er. HORSE AND BUGGY FOUND A horse and buggy was found lust evening three miles west and a quarter of a mile south of Phoenix and brought to the Cowboy c.rral w:irie the owrer can secure the prop erty. Whether it was a ronaway out fit or the horse had merely become untied near where he was found was not learned. The horse Is of a dun color with black mane and tail and black legs with white hind feet. The running gear of the buggy is yellow and It has an umbrella top. GREAT WINDOW DISPLAYS The window display space in the new Noble, building will be spacious, and will excel anything In either of the two territories. This is a wise move, for outside of . a newspaper campaign for the merchant there is nothing to compare with tasty window dis plays, changed often nnd dressed ar tistically. Mr. Landsdale, who Is now in the employ of the New York store, who has been connected with the largest department stores in the west In the capacity of card writer and window dresser, would not state that he would be given the window work for any of the firms who will occupy the Noble building, although it has been heralded from Los Angeles that this as the object of his coming to Phoenix at this time. AN AWFUL PREDICAMENT Mr. Betts of the Santa Fe told of a little incident that happened at Ash Fork on his return trip to Phoenix Wed nesday. . While enjoying one of the CLEARING SALE OF SUMMER - CLOTHING i i Every Suit Guaranteed W I ! I I f L. ADLtCl I Mt a IM Wl - .1 1 Those prices tell the good stor7: 40 Suits now. . ..:, MX) .f:J3 Suits now. . .$2u7J5 $30 Suits now. . .$22.50 $25 Suits now. . .$18.75 $20 Suits now. . .$15.00 $18 Suits now. . .$13.50 $15 Suits now... $11.25 The McDougall & 7 Cassou Co. "Where Men Who Know, Uuy. DRINK CELERY VIG 5 and nothing else and you will feel fine all the time. Sold only by ELVEY (SL HULETT -Quality Druggists Never Substitute. Same Old Phone Main One 27 East Washington St Enter any school day for the Phoenix, famous Harvey dinners, an entire stranger across the table, leaned across towards Mr. Bctts and whisp ered in a subdued voice, that if every patron . was compelled to . clean up the bountiful, appetizing repast set before him in a Harvey eating house, it would certainly kill him. One of the main hits of the Harvey menu, says Mr. Hetts, is the now famous Olendale cantaloupes. CANALS Water will be running today In the Maricopa and Arizona canals, with whatever available sur plus there may be in the Salt canal. The work of repairing the Arizonu was undertaken strenuously on Sat urday with men and shovels, the ground being still too soft for the use of teams. Yesterday, twenty-five head of stock were added to the force anil the work progressed so well that Kngineer Heed announced last night that from 4000 to 5000 inches could now be run by ull the breaks and lie expects to get water clear through to the lower end of the ditch Today. It will probably take all the rest of the week to finish the repairs in their A Poor Weak Woman Ai she is termed, will endure bravely and patiently ejooies which a strong mu would give wey under 1 he loot is women are more patient than they ough to be under such troubles. Every woman ought to know that she may obtain the most experienced medical advice fret of ckarg and in obsoluU caufidtnet and privacy by writing to the World's Diapentary Medical Association, R. V. Fierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y. Dr. Pierce has been chief consulting physician of the Invalids' Hotel antt Snrififal ln.i;i,t. -I u ..a-. I m v . s ..u.b, vt uuuHlu, many years and bas had a wider practical In fh IrMfmitnt nf mtnmmn'm . t . . . u,.,c, III medicines are world-famous for their IHe moat perfect remedy ever derised for weak and deli eaU women ia Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG. " SICK WOMEN WELL. tZJ?U'Z,dnmr?i ymptoma of woman's peculiar ailments are fully set forth in Plam Engh.h in the People's Medical Adviser (1008 pages), a newly revised and up-to-date Edition of which, cloth-bound, will be mailed fret on receipt of 31 one-cent stamps to pay cost of mailing only. Addrees as above. X : 1 8ilver Bits and Spirs. Stock 8addlaa. 8addlery Goods of all kinds. See our Suit Cases. N. PORTER 40 Weet Washington 8L Telephone Main 69. Save $1.25 rUe H. irrr.i iiaiMtr suit case, genuine leather, guaranteed by us; $14 10 case for $13.2!!; 17.00 Save frame case lor 9t.uu case ur .-:. Come here for your Republican, San Francisco Chronicle, Chicago Tribune, or New York Sun. Hinckley's Post- i of fice News Store. Book Stationery land Office Supplies. !'( N. Center at. Telephone Main 116. ICE TEA The cup that cheers but does not eliange the gait. We have it in our fine Blended Teas from 50 cents up. i Try our blend of India Tea, 40 cents i the pound: especially prepared for Ice Tea. We will be pleased to sub mit samples. King us up. Phone ' I ted 2C01. ! VALLEY TEA . COFFEE HOUSE. 131 N. Center St. summer term now open at 2 V Arizona. entirety, building up the banks to where they should be. MOKI SNAKE DANCE Some time during the next week the Mokl Snake dance will take place at the villuge of Wirpi, about fifty miles north of Holbrook. It has been known for some time that the dance would oc cur between the luth and 3ith of August. As nearly as can be defin itely learned the dance will ccur on Wednesday, Aug. 18. That date will be the beginning of the festivities. These events are of great interest to thohe who study the character and the folk lore of the Indians and there are many who make the trip every time that tne . dance occurs. Cheap rates from this city to Hol brook will be in effect to enable thos-e interested to get to the dance and there will be conveyances at Holbrook which will take people to the scene of the celebration at a moderate cost. Near the scene of the dance there are many points . of Interest, among them the petrified forest which may be visited at the same time with very little extra expense. - -'! 11 . I., IOr experience anv 0Der pnysiciai astonishing efficacy. my other physician in this country. cents A Beautiful Picture Is a delight in every home. CORRECTLY FRAMED It's beauty Is doubled. If AT A REASONABLE PRICE your satisfaction l doubled, too. Our work and our prices are equally satisfying. ,".. MILLER-STERLING COMPANY 91 S East Washington Street. Buggy Whips We are showing what we be lieve to be the best line oi Whips in the city, at fior: 25C to $1.15 Whips of the first quality at a fair price. Come in and see them. Talbot & Hubbard ; : "The Hardware Store." GOOD TIME A clean watch means good time to you for years to come. True economy In a time-piece lies In cleanliness. The delicate parts doing Indescribable w-irk will soon wear themselves to ruin, destroy their high finish and perfect fit when running In accumulating dirt and rancid oil. If you are not satisfied with the "time your watch is keeping now, bring It Into us anil we will guarantee you good time. Our charges are reasonable. ROSENZWEIG T i 1 1 1 n 4 1 1 1 1 1 n i n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 T Just received our last shipment of f Better buy If you want one of them. I E. TH0MA MANUFACTURING CO. I 22 S. 3rd Ave. 4-4 I I I I I I I I II I I I I 1YI O RALES MERCANTILE CO. 244-246 E. Washington St. Have You a Phonograph in your home? For mu sical entertainment you ean't beat a VICTOR MACHINE BerryhiU's Big Book Store "The Thirsty Man's Retreat." jHn..it;n,,H-H-i-H"I"I tU'W-j f DON'T FORGET lo order f MONARCH BRAND SALMON.. i JOCKEY CLUB BRAND SARDINES 35 W. Washington St. A. WETZLER Phone Main 259. M-r-M-H-l-H-H-H-H-t V I I M-W-fr ELECTRIC FANS Sold, Rented and Repaired. gj 'ilJ. E it H ARIZONA ELECTRIC CO. Tel. Black 534. V. R. Norria, Prep.' 41 a lat Ava. m I 1 1 m i i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n i Electric Fans . for this season. 4 Phone Main 361. T. I I I II I I I I I I H IM I I I I I M M Moore & McLellan Undertaker, and Embalmera. Lady Assistant. 11 West Ad. me Street. Telephone Main 121. ARE YOU COMiNG lO THh fcXHUMltuN Hfelnt Uught o4 it'Wtll you brtfrr hurry , sreau rs fn f ttts aJMtM HOMtC miflHirS .Te HOTEL SAVOY I reimetif HOT'c-wgar 1 .Mrttiritiw"t J August 9th is Phoenix day at the fair. WHAT MONEY WILL DO AT D.W.Williams Grocery Co No. 42 No. 1st Ave. 1 las. Beet Sugar for..gl.00 15 las. Cane Sugar for..gl.OO S cans any kind of Lye 25 Columbian Pie Pumpkin. can 15t Gallon can Pie Pumpkin. 45 GaL can Pie Blackberries 50 GaL can Pie Peaches 50 Gallon ran Pie Apricots... 4."t Gallon can Pie Apples 45f Armour's Pork and Beans. can 10e Vancamp's Pork and beans, can 10 If you warn It - quick Phone Main 173. The HOFFMAN Evarthlng First Class Famons Tonv Faust Beer on Draught Billy Gamble, Proprietor. H 11 1 I 1 HI 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II lt THE HOFFMAN CIGAR I STAND, . J. DOYLE, PROP. Z t CIGARS, TOBACCO AND f SMOKERS' ARTICLES. X Corner Broadway and Center. I in nn i m 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 n Notice to Republican I ajuvavuuwia . . Before goina' away on your vacation, do not fail to give orders to have The Republican follow you.' No trouble to change your address aa often aa you wish. The Republican is 75 cents per month, (seven daya a week.) Phone Main 47, and the circu lation man will do the rest.