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WIDE MOUTH EASY - SEAL J , I BA8Y CLEAR GLASS THE CHEAPEST VIDE MOUTH JAR OX THE MARKET. Best at any price because it is the onl fruit jar that relieves the housewife of all jar troubles. No struggling or twisting with screw caps. No break ing in opening or closing. The jar with no rough edges to injure the hands. With no rubber rings to bother with. The jar that seals ABSOLUTELY air tight. That keeps the fruit in perfect condition. Pints, $1.00; Quarts, $1.25; Half-Gallon, $1.50. DAVIDSON'S CASH STORE ITCHED A YEAR: C 111 II WEEK Hands Cracked Open, Bled, Burned ' and Ached Could Not Sleep nor Even Dress Himself Professional Treatment Failed to Help Him. MAN OF 70 OWES SKIN COMFORT TO CUTICURA Walter A. Wood TWINE BINDERS $150 PHOENIX HARDWARE COMPANY. t f THE PHOENIX BAKERY Produces over 150 varieties of Bread, Cakes and Pastry every work ing day. A few favorite sorts: Fplce Cup Cr.kes 15o dor. Maoaron Tarts '. 30c do. Two Layer CjiKps 25c each. Bnsn Rrown Hroail .' 10c Almond I'hpIg Coffee Cakes 25c each. Bran Bleml 10c Twiif-i.-ie hVcnt'h p.isirv , 50c 6oz. BUTTER NUT BREAD The best bread and the largest loaf 10c PHOENIX BAKERY . CONFECTIO NERY Eit. 1U1. Edward Eitnle, Prop. Phone M. II. "I am a man seventy years old. My hands were very sore and cracked open on tne insioes ror over a vear with large sores. They would crack open and bleed, itch, burn and ache so that I could not sleep and could do but little work. They were so bad that I could not drees mvse'f in the morning. They would bleed and the blood dropped cn the floor. I nn two doct.om. V but thev did me no good. . Icould'netnothinRtodo me any gooa im i K" me Cutieura Soap and Cutieura Ointment. About a veer ago my daughter got a cake of Cuticiira Soap and one box of Cuti curn Ointment and in one week from the time I began to ue them my hands were all healed up and they have not lieen a mite sore since. I would not be with out the Cutieura Remedies. "They also cured a bad sore on the hand of one of my neighbor's children, and they think very highlv of the Cuti eura Remedies. John W. Hasty, So. Kf fingham, N. H., Mar. 5 and Apr, 11, 'OU." -7 r For Baby's Skin The purest, sweetest and most eco nomical method of prexervinf . purifying and beautifying baby's delicate skin, scalp and hair is the constant use of Cuticiira Soap, assisted, whon necessary, by gentle applications of Cutieura Oint ment. For raphes, itching. Inflamma tions and chafings of infmi's. children and adults, as well a for shaving, xham pooing. sanntive. snfieptie ln,ieg and aU purposes of the ti!". 1 r;'h end nursery Cutieura Soap and Ointment are unrivaled. rBU'orm Sy ?v . rwicnr Ontn-nt iSOr.) tnrt ruilrurm Rrnolwnt f.W l. In ihe t'm of Ch-ol1 CWii Pills. 5V pr rrl -I rr wld throushont Ih. worll Potior liMr t'hrm Ctfrp., Prop. 136 rolnirhtlfl Aw.. HoMnn. M. r:-Mw. ruMmr Hook, r.allwl fw. mnt rripuoQ nl trraimant at hundred m tficcuam. mini "I have been using Cascarrts fot In omnia, with which I have been afflicted for twenty years, and I can say that Cns csrets have riven me more relief than any other remedy I have e.ver tried. I shall certainly recommend them to my friends as being all that they are represented." Thos. GUlard, Elgin, HI. Pleasant, Palatable. Potent. Tula Good. DoJood. Never Sicken.tWeakea or Gripe. 10c. 25c. 50c. New sold la bulk The ro aln tablet atampnd C C C Guaranteed to core or rour money back. U4 4H..1 ii HUM t H-l 1 1 t I-1HI 1 HWt'M II 1 I HII I IIH CHAS. DONOFRIO Furniture, Crockery, China, etc. T Fourth Ave. and Washington St. Phone Main 138. T H"HI I 1 H"H"H 1H11 1-M"H"H"H"H' IWffM M H ill I 1 1 M ! FOR UP T0DATE nnAfCn TEC CHOICEST as well as MEDIUM goods of best brands and grades Don't Miss RULE-MATTHEWS GROCER CO. 2S0 East Washington St. Phone Main S. of Every Description ARIZONA SCHOOL OF MUSIC North Center St. Phoenix, Arizona The Fall Styles Will soon be ready. Ostrich Feathers will be all the go this coming fall. 2Vrlrona 0itrlcl)"7arm. "P'r'iMs.'rUona H1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 111 I I II I I I I H 11 If tn II 11 i 1 1 1 1 III M IHUH BEST MEATS We carry the best Meats obtainable. We never sacrifice quality to make a low price. We use the d utmost care in selecting our Meats. Prompt uenvery. Independent Meat Market Phone Main 207. 1-3 West Washington St. 4 i 1 1 11 H I I M 1 I 1 1 1 11 1 I I 111 m t I ; ; 1H-H ! 1 1 Mill 1111 H"t I H 1 I I Mil 1 I 11 1 i I 1 1 1 H 1 1 1 I I 1 1 t 1 1 1 1 I M 1 1 1 1 1 11 If ! 11 I 1 GOOD . IT TASTES DIFFERENT ;; where you enjoy the meat Everything clean and ! ! HOME Mat, Quick and courteous service. The best Is none too good. YE BEN'S FRENCH KITChEN. I 11 W. Washington 8t ellllUllllH l-H -HI Mil Wfi t I I I 1 I I 1 1 1 I ! 1 j 1 I I I I It I t 1 ' COOKING Phone Red Have your Bicycle Tires Biven satisfaction ? ? If not why not? There Is but two good reasons. They are either old stock or poor quality goods. We have a TIRE CELLAR and have fresh new J2.5" to i Hartford and a nice stock of tires. Trices from 0. Kisk. Goodrich, Diamond brands. Arizona Motor Co. East Adams St. Phone 36 & 38 1 I I 1 I 1 1 I I t I 1 1 1IHW W ll I l-l t'HWHHsH-l i 8 t IVih AUCTIONS HELD EVERY SATURDAY WE BUY AND SELL ANYTHING GOODS SOLD ON COMMISSION. : W. W.HUTCHISON & SON 119 North First Ave. f-H-r-H-l ! 11 1 j M"M--K"M-M-M' MIliltlM M-1 The Soap problem of our thi t solves hard water, the "Cornell's Benzoin Cosmetic" In every way a splendid Toi let Soap. 25c a cake. 65c a box. Sold In Phnlx at the Ct ,41 or. MAJESTIC THEATER NEARLY FINISHED There May Be Bigger Airdomes, None Quite so Well Equipped. But Work on the Majestic theater, which will o;ien for the first time next Tues day evening, Is completed save for a few finishing touches. Every detail from the perfectly appointed stage, with its high grade scenic work, to the modern equipped box office, will be completed In its entirety. Although there are larger airdome theaters In the territory. It Is said that there Is not another open air amuse ment house as complete In appoint- tv,..nt Tl.e stnire will be large and deen. One of the best of San Fran cisco's scenic artists has been at work for the rust four weeks. The seating arrangement will make the farthcrcst spectator in the rear have a full view of the stage which has been made pos- lhl hv the deen slope. All of the seats wilf be comfortable, roomy, and easy of exit. It is said that the house by Its many exits can be emptied In two minutes. In the early fall the Majestic will be covered, and with Interior decora tions and leather backed opera chairs, will rr've Fhocnix showgoers a theater that will be hard to equal in either of the two territories. ' The opening bill composed of head liners contracted for with the Sullivan Oonsidine vaudeville agency will, ac cording to the statement of Manager Echlin last evening, be the finest vaudeville ever seen In Phoenix. Carroll Johnson, known from coast to coast as the "minstrel man," heads the bill, and is considered the peer of America's minstrel artists and has been so for the past thirty years. Joe Edgan. who left the telegraph keys in Ihoenix several years ago for the vaudeville stage, to handle song and dance sketches, is another top run ner who draws a pay roll each week that is not surpassed by any one In his line of work. Another comedy sketch team, John son and Cooke, will present a skit en titled. "After the Ball." a comedy sketch that has made a hit with the Orpheutn mad show. Manager Echlin stated last evening that it "as not his Intention to close the Airdome, but for several weeks he had thought of remodeling this opular place of amusement and when it was found that the ireat La Ciel act could not be placed on that stage, he thought it a goon" time to remodel it. It Is his intention to reseat it, rearrange the stage and nnke .a high class moving picture and song and dance amusement place out of the Airdome. Perhaps It will be possible to own the Airdome next week and then again It may not. BASEBALL AT THE PARK. The All-Stars and the Maroons Will Cross Bats. Just to keep In practice for the Labor day celebration at Prescott. the rhoenix All Stars will play the Maroons at East lake park next Sun day. The line-up will be Morris catcher; Williams, pitcher: Hersey, first; Cuber. second; Warner, short; Duhnson. third: Sullivan, left field: Steverson, center, and Byers, right. It will be practically the same line-up as the team will show when they go to Prescott to get all that money. At Prescott they will have, however. Aver, Cuber and Pierce in addition to Williams for the pitcher's box. Hersey. and Wtlliams are both new men on the nine, the latter coming from a Minneapolis nine and the for mer from an eastern college. It Is said to be one of the strongest aggregation of ball-twirlers the valley has seen In a long time. The game at Eaatlake park will be called at 3 p. m. o EIHIIL HAUSER FARMER ACCUSED OF WIFE BEATING He Will Have a Hearing Before Judge Parker Today. In Hotel Adams. Tel. M. 213. Emil Hauser. a farmer living near town, was arraigned before Justice Parker yesterday charged with a felony, aggravated assault, in the beating of his wife. His hearing was set for this morning and Ms bond fixed at J:;00. The complaint was not made by Mrs. Hauser, but by one of the neighbors, and the wife is trying to excuse his offense. She has of fered several theories which do not stand well to gether. She told the officers at first that she and her hus hand were only playing; at another time she said that he had acted tin der great provocation and yesterday she said that while her husband had a bad temper, hers was the worse. she added that there was more fighting among the neighbors than in the Hauser household. It Is not lwlieved that she Is trying to shield Hauser on account of her affection for him, but because she is fearful of the consequences when he regains his freedom. She is said to have told a neighbor that her husband had threatened that if she ever got him into Jail there would be a bloody settlement on his release. These seances at the Hauser house hold occur only when Hauser has been drinking. At first the outcome of the battles were uncertain. Mrs. Hauser, whs Is no weakling, some times carried off first money. When Hauser is intoxicated his violence is sometimes directed against his chil dren as well as his wife. What the result of the trial will be is uncertain. It Is sure, though, that : the territory will not receive any I w illing aid from the injured iarty. i The warrant for the arrest of Hau j ser was issued on Monday, hut he I could not be located that day. ' He was Intercepted by Deputy Davis as j he was leaving his house early yes terday morning. USE ordinary soap for ordinary pur poses; Ivory Soap for better-than-ordinary purposes. That is the rule in most households; and it is a good rule. ' - It applies most partic ularly to colored goods, wash silks, lawns, dimi ties, etc. Ivory Soap 99Vioo Per Cent. Pure ARIZONA WILL SCORE AT CAMP PERRY MEET Careful Prediction Point to Honor Won for the N. G. A. It Is the generally accepted opinion that the team sent out by the N. G. A. to the national rifle shoot at Camp Perry, Ohio, will return victors in their class. That means that they will bring back a silver cup and have a look in at the money. Col. J. H. McClintock thinks they will do even better. He says they will steal on ward and upward, get out of Class t. where they don't really belong, and show the city boys from the cast that they can shoot, even if they do come from Arizona. "And that is one of the queer things about target shooting," said the colonel yesterday. "One seems to think Just because you hail from Arizona you can shoot the fleas off a jackrabbit. Perhaps you can, but you might miss a target at a thousand yards. A deer is seldom shot at a range of over two hundred yards tr two city blocks, but the target range runs from two hundred yards to one thousand. To shoot at a target when you are ten city blocks away from it ami hit it Is vastly different from Ktting a deer as it comes around the corner. We don't have a chance to practice long range target shooting here as much as they do in the east. Then they have another advantage. The total strength of the N. G. A. is 630 nien. and from this number the team must be picked. New York, whh'h stands high in the shoots, has 14.000 men to pick from and the other eastern states in proportion. Last year Arizonu stood thirty-fifth at Camp Perry, where there were fifty competitors. There were four teen states below her. This year she will move up. I base this prediction In a comparison of scores made at the Huacluca meet "and her scores last year at. Camp Perry- The aver age Individual score made at Camp Perry by the Arizona delegation a year ago was 215, and the average at Fort Huachuca was 232. If that means anything It means that the boys are going to Jostle a few of the other states down below Arizona in the final score table." During the meet at Huachuca there was a meeting of the Territorial Rifle association, which has not been re ferred to before. P. G. Apgar is presi den of the association. It was de cided at this meeting that steps should be able to promote at the national shoots some sort of, a con test, preferably under novel condi tions, for an Arizona cup. While the details have not been arranged, it was suggested, that the cup be made of pure copper suitably en graved. The Arizona, association as now formed consists of the Eighth cavalry, stationed at Fort Huachuca: the Bisbee Rifle club and the First infantry of Arizona, with several companies of the regiment as sup plemental members. The Tucson Rifle club, a new organization, was voted Into the association. BAD DREAMS Caused by Coffee. "I have been a coffee drinker, more or less, ever since I can rememlwr until a few months ago I became more and more nervous and Irritable, and finally I could not sleep at night for I was horribly disturbed by dreams of all sorts and a species of distressing nightmare. "Finally, after hearing the experi ence of numbers of friends who had quit coffee and were drinking Pos tum, and learning the great benefits they had derived, I concluded coffee must be the cause of my trouble, so I got some Postum and had it made strictly according to directions. "I was astonished at the flavour and taste. It entirely took the place of coffeee, and to my very great satisfaction, I began to sleep peace fuMy and sweetly. My nerves im proved, and I wish I could wean every man, woman and child from the un wholesome drug ordinary coffee. "People really do not appreciate or realize what a powerful drug it Is and what terrible effect it has on the human system. If they did, hardly a pound of it would be sold. I would never think of goyng back to coffee again. I would almost as soon think of putting my hand In a fire after I had once been burned. "A young lady friend of ours had stomach trouble for a long time, and could not get well as lone as she used coffee. She finally quit coffee and began the use of Postum and is now perfectly well. Yours for health." Read "The Road to Wellville." in pkgs. "There's a Reason." Ever read the above letter? A new oone appears from time to time. They 1 ii am numrinii Iiii. I..II f L. - -'- " i inn hi numan interest. DORMS -HEYM AN FURNITURE COMPANY Arizona's Largest House Furnishing Store The completion' of our mammoth storis now only a question of a few weeks. Some of our departments are in fair shape to sevxu you now. Kebuilding prices are yet inT&ree. ANTICIPATE YOUR WANTS.' IT MAY BE OF PROFIT TO YOU. Extra special on Jfefrigerators. special on iron beds. Extra THE ENGLISH KITCHEN RESTAURANT 44-45 EAST ADAMS STREET. Everything New, Nice and Clean. Private Family Dining Reema. CHARLIE LINO A CO. Props. Standard Furniture Co. A complete line of New and Second Hand Furniture, Rags, T Crockery and Oranltewars. WE SELL FOR LESS Phone Mala S7. I4-K W. Washington. f JUST LIKE HOME la the way you will find the cooking at California Restaurant, 33 N. 1st Aire. TIHIIIIIIIHinillHIIIIIMIIiiillHIHIIIIIIIIIIIII Just received, our last shipment of Electric Fans for this season. X Better buy if you want one of them. E. THOMA MANUFACTURING CO. 22 S. 3rd Ave. Phone Main 361. Z Tt 1 1 1 1 1 1 n i n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 m ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 h 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 t Ball Bearing Mowers I LONG HARDWARE COMPANY. tlHIHIIIIIIHHIHIIIIIIHIIIIIHIIIIIIHimHHI A FULL LINE OF Gas Ranges JUST RECEIVED CALL AND 8EF Pacific Gas and Electric Co. 130-132 West Washington St. rH4IIHI II I I 11 H 1 II I 1 I I I I-1 I I I II I M I H I 1 I I I I I I I I 1 u , During Warm Weather You will find Meats procured at the Hackett Mar ket far superior to melons. If you have that tired feeling and your Meats don't please you, call Main 132. Our Meats will make you forget the heat. The Hackett Market 31-33 E. Washington. Phone. Main 132 1 1 1 m i m 1 1 1. 1.1. nun 4H-M"t -h. t 1 1 m n iv ii until Our Laundry Work has the odor of sun-dried washing. 'It's the result of using good soap. There's none better; than ARMOUR'S SHREDDED SO AF You don't get that purity and sweet odor anywhere else, because we are the oidy local laundry that uses this soap. ARIZONA LAUNDRY White Wagons.