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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AtJGUST 18, 1909.
A Birthday Suggestion The new line of factory lockets arrived this morn ing. AM the latest Crafts man Ideas. FA.HILTOAN (S GVIPANT The Store of - " Quality. THE MISSION A reeort for gentlemen. The original BUDWEISER ICER on draught ' FRANK CONNCLLKY, Prop. Larf" lMWrKVtil n m m mm You Must Stop t FOR A COOL ROOM AND A QUIET NIGHT'S REST THE WILLIAMS HOUSE MARICOPA. ARIZONA. NOTICE On July 20 I will leave oil 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. LYIunson OPTICIAN. Phoenix - - Arizona. Stop That on that poor, helpless horse of yours by the use of our cele brated Mange Cure. We seldom ever fall to relieve entirely a case of mange or alfalfa itch when our directions are carried out and our remedy used. LOVETT DRUG CO. Phone Main 18. N. W. Corner Center and Waah " lngton Btreet. HllilllllllHMIHMMt i Pettid the Baker 1 Bakes 155 varieties of bakery goods every twenty-four hours, each better than the other. We are paying less for flour now, and for that reason are now T selling bread for five cents a X loaf. H"l IIIIIIIIIMIMIIIIIUII' AIRDOME Vaudeville and Pictures "IT'S THE SHOW" 4Wim IM 1III11II1IIII1H X G. A. Streitz, County ' Surveyor. J f STHEITZ & THOMPSON f CIVIL ENGINEERS U. 8.' Mineral Surveyors City, country and mineral surveys.- Mine work. Engineering designs. Estimate and Con ' struotlon. : . - :. Room 6 Monition Block. Phone tted : 124 V HHIIIlfl HlllUMill iltniiniiiii nm m i mn Dailj Weather Report J Local Daily Weather Report The Arizon Republican. Forecast for today Partly X cloudy with local showers. Data for 24 hours ending 6:30 I p.m. yesterday. Barometer, inches. . .29.89 29.80 Tcmierature, edgrces.75 94 Dew Mint, degrees.. 71 66 Humidity, per cent.. 87 39 Wind direction NE SW Wind velocity, miles 2 8 Rainfall, inches T .0 Weather Clear. Pt. Cldy. f X Mean daily humidity 63 Mean daily temperature 8a Highest temperature ....... 96 Lowest temperature 74 Total daily rainfall T f Deficiency 'in temperature yesterday. 4 degrees. Deficiency in temperature I since first of month. 63 degrees. Accumulated deficiency In temperature, since January 1, 118 degases. Deficiency in rainfall yester day, 0.03 -inch. Excess in rainfall since first of month, 0.94 inch. Accumlated deficiency In rain- Jfall since Janary 1, 0.53 Inch. Accumulated deficiency In rainfall since January 1, 0.56 T Inch. L. N. JESUNOFSKT. Section Director. ,! i in ,hh nun ii i H-H i i 4H M I I I I II I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I f OF LOCAL INTEREST 1 1 1 1 h 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n i h n DIED IN IOWA Arthur Chisholm. who was a Phoenix visitor last win ter, died in Council Bluffs last week. THE RETURN OF MR .CLEAVE LAND J. F. Cleaveland, private sec retary to the governor, is expected home today from Anaheim, Cal., where he went to attend the funeral of Dr. Bailey, the father of Mrs. Cleaveland. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Suit for di vorce was brought In district court yesterday by Ruth M. Campbell against H. D. Campbell on the ground of habitual intemperance, covering a Ieriod of five years. The parties were married In Phoenix in 19U3. A NEW NOTARY A notarial com mission was issued yesterday to J. G. Gung'l of Douglas. What the ais trophe in this name stands for is a mystery which perhaps Mr. Gung'l himself can explain but he was not called upon to do so as a condition precedent to the issuance of the com mission. SUPERVISOR ORME'S PILGRIM AGE Supervisor J. P. Orme will ' leave today for Globe to make a short visit to his daughter, Mrs. Al Kyle. He will go from Glpbe to Los Angeles, where he has been author ized by the board to negotiate with an engineer to assist in the super vision of the plans for the Center street bridge. PACKED AGAIN Two other pack ed houses met Juliette Laurelle in her sensational, dazzling, electrical "Ja. Ciel" dance last night at the Grand theater. An act surpassing all the conceptions of the mind for grace, beauty, and color combinations. De cotrct and Rego in their comedy act also were good. ARRESTED ON A TELEGRAM S. Eckrc, employed in one of the mer cantile houses of the city, was taken into custody last night on a request from the authorities of Navajo county. The nature of his crime was not ex plained in the telegram. For some time after coming here he had been working for the Singer Sewing Ma chinal company. AN INDUCEMENT TO PATRONS Harry Hudspeth, the manager and operator of the Ford hotel bootblack stand, is determined to corral all the business In that vicinity and attract patrons from all over town. His last offer is to relate to patrons while their shoes are being cleaned the story of his eventful life. But if any patron prefers silence Harry keeps a good brand of that on tap also. HELD FOR ASSAULT TO MUR DER Ford Smith, colored, who a few days ago, without provocation, stab bed an old colored - woman, Melinda Curtis, was before Justice Parker yes terday afternoon for preliminary ex amination on the charge of assault with Intent- to commit murder. Smith offered no defense and declined to cross-examine the witnesses for the territory. School Trustees Attention! Now is the time to place your order for School Supplies. Call on or write to us for prices before placing your orders. T H E MCNEIL COMPANY Opposite Court House. i ) HERE FROM KELVIN Harry Splller, who has the management of the mercantile establishment at Kel vin, was In the city a portion of yes terday afternoon. SURPRISED AT HOME Regina Heyne returned from a visit of medcy yesterday afternoon, to her home on Pierce street, to find a party of girl friends awaiting her with a birthday surprise. . A pleasant afternoon was spent In games, music and story tell Ing until 5 o'clock, when light re freshments were served. The guests were Anna fetedman, Mary Fitzgerald, Ellen Helmer, Josephine Baltz, Gcr trude Skinner, Myrtle Tisher, Mirella Crowley and Mabel Hardy. NO MORE SUDS "Take away the suds. Back with all common stuff. Give us champagne," remarked a cer tain young sport yesterday afternoon in the Ford saloon, "bring on the sparkle." He wanted "joy water." For three months he toiled and tolled dav after day, and he wanted to forget It all. Not until J185 worth of "bubbles" had passed over the bar, was the young "champagne fiend's" thirst appeased. Not until a cab carried what seemed to be a lifeless figure to a certain resi dence, did his many friends leave the Ford cafe. POLICE COURT Francesca Robles was sentenced yesterday In the police court to fifteen days In Jail on a charge of conducting a disorderly house. Ramon Ramera, who was ar rested with her, was also given the same sentence. The woman has been out of the penitentiary but a short time. She served out a sentence at Yuma for stabbing Ignacia Pena and Joe Garcia. Manuel Martinez, who has been in the city jail so often that he rather likes it and consider it his home, will spend five days there this week. Whiskey, that's all. WATER STILL RISING The ele vation of the water flowing over the Roosevelt dam yesterday was 113 fct, or four-tenths of a foot higher than Monday. The discharge of the Salt river ot Richin's station was 1688 sec ond feet, and the Verde 4024, making a total of 228,480 Inches for the two rivers. The Salt is still rising and the Ver.de fluctuating. Water will be cut out of the Arizona canal today be yond lateral 12'i in order that repairs may be made to the headgates which were damaged by the Cave creek flood. The water will be turned in again Thursday night. All the other canals are running full. Off On all Tan Shoes and Oxfords for Men and W omen, beginning Monday August 9, for one week only. Men's heavy tan work shoes excepted. H. A. DIEHL & CO. S West Washington St A Fit For Every Foot. GOT DISCOURAGED AND DRUNK Francisco Verdugo was before Jus tice Parker yesterday charged with a been cursing all through the red light district. No attention might have been paid to that outbreak, but verdugo carried his outlawry Into other neighborhoods. It was brought out at his examination that he lives at Congress and is a hard working man. He had come to town after his wife, who refused to go to Congress with him, preferring the lively exist ence at Pitto Lazarro's rooming house. It was then that Verdugo got drunk. ACCUSED BY A SISTER Miss Maud Keen was before the probate court yesterday afternoon for ex amination for Insanity on the com plaint of her sister. Miss Viva Keen. She had been taken at the train as she was preparing to leave for Califor nia, by Deputy Sheriff Wood. About the only complaint against her was that she could not be kept at home. It was admitted that she was not dan gerous either to herself or to others. There was nothing aftout her to in dicate Insanity and Acting Probate Judge Kirkland construed what had been mistaken for Insanity to be nothing more than dissatisfaction. She was aiscnargea. xne two young women had come here some months before with an invalid brother. FOUGHT FOR HIS LIFE Walter E: Miller, an Invalid, who had Just arrived In the territory, Imagined yes terday morning that he had got into a fight for his life and he fought so vigorously and so savagely that W. N. Osborne Is laid up with a broken nose and other facial and bodily In juries. Miller is not so far gone with consumption to Interfere seriously with his hitting powers. He was In the Washington saloon paying for a drink. The bartender placed his change on the counter and at that mo ment a man by the name of W. W. Osborne lurched up to the bar and seized it. Miller asked him" to sur-" render ft, and when he refused to do so. Miller, remembering all he had heard of Arizona, landed on the plund erer, knocking him off his feet. Miller then completed the Job of rendering him helpless and before bystanders could Interfere, Osborne was covered with -blood and senseless. The ar rest was made at once by Deputy Sheriff Davis and Miller was ar raigned before Justice Parker, who set Mb hearing for today. HERE FROM MOUNTAINS H. J. Tllley took & trip down to this city yesterday on business. He will return this niorninj. ' JUST FOR THE DAY W. II. Than pcr of Jerome stopped over in Phoe nix yesterday for a day's visit with friends and to attend to business in terests here. MEXICO CITY Charles. Kuther of Mexico City Is a visitor in Phoenix for a few days. He stutes that It Is not as warm in that southern city at this time of year as It Is here. TEMPE BUSINESS MAN F. J. Jamesof Tempe was In Phoenix most of yesterday on business. He stated that the storms had not compromised business to a very great extent in that city. ARE TALKING RACING The dif ferent cyclists in the city are doing considerable rustling for a series of motor cycle races the coming fair week, this fall. Phoenix ought to be able to turn out several fast events. HAVE HAD THEIR DAY The crickets, -which for the past two or three vrks have held nightly carni vals under the arc lights, have had their day, and now the tumble bugs are occupying the ground for a short sea son. MANY WILL BUILD THERE Auctioneer Getsinger, who Is at pres ent spending his outing at Prescott, in the Phoenix colony, Idylwild, states that many new cottages will soon be in construction. The promoting of this summer resort has been one of the real estate triumps of Phoenix, and con- j siderable credit is due Mr. Getsinger... TARIFF MAKES TROUBLE The recent changing In the United States tariffs will make all manner of trouble for the revenue collectors and other employes In this department. It will necessitate the learning by note of a whole new code, that in most Instances will be more than double the former codes. This is no small matter, when it is remembered that the custom offi cers have to, like the mail service em ployes, work rapid and accurately. In looking over and sizing up imports and exports, the work is mechanical, or In ther w'o'rds- Is" involuntary as to the fixing of customs and with an entire new schedule of duties the troubles of the custom corps is when fully realized ahnlost unsurmountable. NOT MANY-a-The hotel registers for the past three days have shown few transients. This is mainly due to the fact that railroad schedules have been badly mixed, because of washouts. The traveling man has certain sche dule times In making his territory and when railroad service, because of bad weather becomes mixed the commer cial traveler has a hard time to make connections. Oft times poor connec tions necessitate his jumping whole sections in his trip. Many of the large wholesale houses at this month in the year call In a large percentage of their salesmen, making the men who are out on the road double up. Naturally this means that when connections are broken because of several storms fol lowing each other the over-worked salesman has a harder time of it to make his customers than in any other time pf the year. Telephone us your order during the hot weather. "NVe deliver promptly. No matter what you want from our drug store, we have it. Insist on trading here and enjoy the" privileges of delivery and the economy of highest grade goods at fairest cost. Something you need now: Drugs, toilet goods, rubber goods, sick room, bath room or necessary needs. ELVEY u HULErTT Quality Druggists Never Substitute. Same Old Phone Main One 27 East Washington St. Enter any school day for the Phoenix, COLONISTS' EXCURSION TO PHOENIX Ten-day stopovers will be allowed on the colonists tickets from California to Phoenix which will be effective September 15 to October 15, via the Santa Fe road. It was at first reported that stopovers at Ash Fork, Prescott, Wickenburg and Phoenix would be for five days, but the time has been extended so that the Califor nia visitors will have plenty of time to look over the Salt River valley and decide Just where they would like to locate. DEATH OF F. O. KNFTON F. O. Knifton died Monday, August 16, at his . residence, 1133 East Fillmore street, of cancer of the stomach. He was a machinist by trade and came to the Salt River valley ten years ago from Denver, Colo. For several years he was enployed at the Phoenix foundry, lately taking a position with the Congress Consolidated Mines com pany at Congress. About a year ago he was afflicted and from that time until his death steadily declined in health. He is survived by a wife and five children, one married daughter residing in California. The funeral will be held Wednesday at 4 p. m. from Moore & McLcllan's undertaking Parlors. REVENGE OF RAMON LARES Victor Sanchez, one of the leading Spanish-American residents of Phoe nix, called at the office of the sheriff yesterday morning with a badly bat tered countenance. He had a long gash on the side of his head and an other across the bridge of his nose. He said that the nigtit before he was at home peaceably drinking beer when he was called by two men from the street. They said they wanted him to treat them. Then they asked him to come out. He did so but at first did not recognize them. ComingJ closer, ne Knew one or them to he Ramon Litres, who had no love for him, for a few months ago he ac cused Lares of arson. He told Lares that .he wanted no trouble with him and suggested that they embrace, ac cording to the Spanish fashion, and make up. Lares was agreeable and Sanchez extended his arms for a loving embrace when he got a welt across the nose -with a beer ' bottle. and as he was falling be received Silver Bits and Spurs. 8tock 8addles. Saddlery Good of all kind. See our Suit Cases. N. PORTER 40 West Washington St Telephone Main 69. Write 24Lettersfor 25c We will sell you 24 sheets of fabric finish writing paper with 25 envel opes to match for 25c. Ask for "Royal Fabric." HINCKLEY'S POSTOFFICE NEWS i STortK, Books, Stationery and Office Supplies, 136 N. Center. Telephone your wants. Main 116. ICE TEA The cup that cheers but docs not change the gait. We have it in our fine Blended Teas from 50 cents up. Try our blend of India Tea, 40 cents the pound; especially prepared for Ice Tea. AVe will be pleased to sub mit samples. Ring us up. Phone Red 2601. VALLEY TEA & COFFEE HOUSE. 171 N. Center St. summer term now open at Arizona. another on the side of the head. What happened after that he was unable to say, but when he recovered consciousness his visitors were gone. Deputy Sheriff Olea, on the relation of this tale of unfriendliness, set out in search of Lares. Though sev eral Mexicans had conspired to throw him off the track he finally ran him down in an outhouse in Chinese Alley. TRADE J A tinv, chocolate rnnted tonic laxative tablet that gives VIGOR and health to the STOMACH. L1VLU and BOWELS, thereby curing Sirk Headaches Sallow Complexion fyspepsia Indigestion Ix)ss of Appetite Sour Stomach Nausea Biliousneos Torpid Liver Jaundice Heartburn Pimples I izzinrs3 Foul Breath Take only one "VIGORET" at bedtime and they will move the bowels gently yet thoroughly each day and perma nently cure CHRONIC CONSTIPATION Thoy cool, cleanse and purify the blood and are cold by. all druggists in 2fic packages (!0 tablets) and 10c in trial size US tablets). Sold by Larson Drug Co., Elvey & Hulett, and Bear Drug Store (opposite city hall.) ThlssthMJirmflioifl1 cooked Heats. ' Try our Cold Roast Beef, Mutton, . Conked Corn Beef, Botled Ham, Tickle Pigs Feet, Pickle Tripe, etc. Phono us. Main 8. COLD HIR Storage Market S v s. v i s- si n m ;tJli w A Beautiful Picture Is a delight in every home. CORRECTLY FRAMED it's beauty is doubled. If AT A REASONABLE PRICE your satisfaction Is doubled, too. Our work and our prices are equally satisfying. .-; MILLER-STEELING COMPAiNYT V. ALABASTI The Sanitary Wall The Tint That Won t What a difference there Is between the beautiful, soft and har monious tints or ALABASTI NE, when compared with that old-style, unsightly and unsanitary wall paier. ALABASTI NE mixes with cold water and U so simple in oiera tlon that a child can apply it. Unlike most other wall tints, it.iwisi tively will not rub off. Call or write us for tint cards- showing the various fchades. Talbot & Hubbard J. lie Xidiuwaic giiwis. 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 wnrk will soon wear themselves to ruin, destroy their high finish and perfect fit when running in accumulating dirt and rancid oil. ir you are not satisfied with ' the time your watch U keeping now, bring it into us and we vyill guarantee you good time. Our charges are reasonable. u ' n . . ROSENZWEIG CHIROPODIkt. Painless 'removal oi Corns. (0 cents each Bunions. Moles and Warts, removed bj electricity. Ingrow ing Toenails a spe cialty. Men, Ladles and Children treated day or evening. Between First and Center St., on Adams. Pnene Red 1072. FRANK SHIRLEY. -j-h-h-th- The Place to Buy Your Vegetables and j Fruits. Where variety 4. and price are combined and that is A. WETZLER f f 35 W. Washington St. J Phone Main 259. f For best results for the Amateur Use Eastman Kodak. Cet de veloping and printing done at Berryhill'sBigBook Store Local Agents Eastman Kodak Company. Try Our Liners ELECTRIC FANS Sold, Rented and Repaired.' ARIZONA ELECTRIC CO, To'- Black 8534. V. R. Norrie, Prop. ' "41 & 1st Ave. Coating Rub Off. Moore & McLellan Undertakers and Embalmera. Lady Assistant. 11 West Adams Street. Telephone Main 122. ! HIIIHIIIIIIIHHII I We make a specialty of X Box Trade Dractan Cigar Co MiHHtniiniiiHinm WHAT MONEY WILL DO AT D. W. Williams Grocery Co No. 42 No. lot 'Ave. 16 lbs. Beet Sugar for.. 81.00 15 lbs. Cane Sugar for.. 81.00 1 cans any kind of Lye....25 Columbian Pie Pumpkin, 15 Gallon can Pie Pumpkin. 45 Gal can Pie Blackberries 50tt GaL can Pie Peaches 50 Gallon can Pie Apricots... 4 5 Gallon can Pie Apples 4o Armour's Pork and Beans, ,rctul 10 Vancamp a Pork anil ikeans, 10 If you want It quick Phone Main 171. The HOFFMAN Etorthfng First CI as Famous Tcnr Faust Beer on .Draught . Billy Gamble, Proprietor. ., i ,ii H.K.M 1 inillllllHI ? THE HOFFMAN . CIGAR X STAND, EU J. DOYLE, PROP. I T CIGARS, TOBACCO AND ? SMOKERS' ARTICLES.- i. Corner Broadway and Center. I o IH1HUI H I I 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 t I H-t Notice lo 1 Republican TO--- Before going away on your vacation, r do " not fail ' to give orders to iav. TheJ Republican follow you. ; tlo' trouble to change your address as often as you with.' The Republican is 75 cents per month, (seven days a week,) . f Phono' Main 47, and the circu lation- man will do the rest.