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THE WOMEN DO NOT DO THE WORK. THE WONDER DOES IT FOR THEM. We have received a shipment of THIS REAU.Y WONDERFUL washer an.l can supply those wlm have been waiting for them to arrive. We G CARANTKE he WON'DEU WASIIKR to do MURK work, BF.TTKR work, with LESS lalor, ttian any other washer. If it does do this, it is the one you want: If it don't you pet your MONEY BACK. SOLD ONLY AT Davidson's Cash Store THE MISSION A resort for gentlemen. The original BUDWEI8ER BEER on draught. FRANK CONNELLEY, Pr NOTICE On July 20 I will leave on a vacation and recrea tion trip, returning the first part of September. Dr. J. 0. 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. BRUSHES FOR THE HAIR We have many different styles of hair brushes. Long "live" bristles, clinched with solid backs They range in price 50c to 85.00 LOVETT DRUG CO. Phon Main 18. N. W. Sorner Center and Wash ington Street. I tllll'HIHIIII'ttHHlllHt jj Home Baking Company :! M. J. PETTID, Mgr. :: :; Bakes a full line of the very best Bread, Cakes '.' ; ; ;; and Pastry. Give us a .. :: trial. AIRDOME Vandeville and Pictures "ITS THE SHOW" M-H I 1 1 I I I 1 1 1 1 1 H I 1 1' 1 X G. A. btreitz, County Surveyor. J f STREITZ & THOMPSON ? CIVIL ENGINEERS U. S. Mineral Surveyors City, country and mineral sur- veys. Mine work. Engineering designs. Estimates and Con- I struction. Room 6 Monihon Block. Phona Red 24L ! I I I I M-M 1 1 1 1 I I 11 11 14 H-H-M Mlllll 1i1i.HmH"M"M"M--; I Daily Weather Report f Local Daily Weather Report. The Arizon Republican. Forecast for today Partly cloudy. Data for 24 hours ending 5:30 p. m. yesterday. Barometer, int-hes ..19.71 Temperature, degrees SO v Dew point, degrees ..67 Humidity, per tent.. 62 Wind direction E Wind velocity, miles. . 4 2S.62 9f. 95 3G N 4 0 Rainfall, inches 0 Weather PCld P.Cld. Mean' daily humidity Mean daily temperature. Highest temperature .... Lowest temperature Total daily rainfall . 49 . . 90 .103 . 78 . 0 Excess in temperature yester day, 3 degrees. Dofiriency In temperature since first of month. 61 degrees. Accumulated deficiency in temperature since January 1, 114 degrees. Deficiency In rainfall yester day, 0.03 inch. Excess in rainfall since first of month, 0.90 inch. Accumulated deficiency rainfaTl since January L . inch. in 0.59 X. JESrXOFSKY. Section Director. II i 11 11 1 M1HI 111111111 M I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I OF LOCAL INTEREST! Ml I I! I I I I I MM I I I I I I H M UNION SERVICES TTnion services at the First Methodist church, corner Monroe and Second avenue, today at 11 a. m. The Rev. George M. Smith will preach the sermon. WILL HAVE SLEEPER A sleep er will be attached to the excursion train from Tucson tonight, which will leave that city between 11 and 12:30 o'clock in the morning. HARRY McLEAN HOME Harry McLean left last night for his home on the reservation near Saeaton, where he will for a couple of weeks work up a new supply of muscle till ing the soil. LOST BURR Some one lost a burr from a heavy carriage vehicle, be tween Seventh and Ninth street, on Monroe, about 6 o'clock. The same can be had by calling at The Repub lican office. A NEW YOUNGSTER A rosy, nine-pound boy arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hudson yester day morning. Both the mother and boy are doing nicely. Mr. Hudson is in the employ of the Diehl Shoe com-1 pany. j SUDDENLY CALLED W. B. I Twitchell received two telegrams yes terday morning calling him to Kansas City to the bedside of his sick moth er, and also to the illness of another member of the family. He will prob ably be gone a week. ..HAS LINCOLN PENNIES A bunch of Lincoln pennies in the win dow of the Page-Hanlen Keal Estate company are made to advantageously advertise the Lincoln addition. The new pennies are interesting. They are quite a departure from the Indian head. MIGHT HAVE BEEN WRONG For fear of a wrong impression made recently regarding the transfer of the Oliver Typewriter representative, A. W. Barlow, it is thought best to'state that Hinckley's postoffice news stand is the authorized Oliver agency for Phoenix, and that the same machine may also be had from L. W. Coggjns, who is the duly authorized agent for the Territory of Arizona. ' HE UNDERSTANDS HIS LINE. Harry Wainwright, an excrienced wall paper and paint salesman, arriv (H yesterday from Seattle and will at once take charge of the wall paper and paint department of the Dorris Heyman Furniture company. Mr. Thompson, formerly in charge of that department, is no longer with the firm. HIS TRIP CUT SHORT R. L. Balke of the Eig Curio Store has re turned earlier than he intended from his tour of the Indian trading posts of the reservations. He got as far as Fort Defiance, where he found the roads in an almost impassible condi tion from the recent rains. The ar royas were filled with raging torrents. He made no attempt to go further, and after making some purchases All our Show Cases and Counters for sale THE MCNEIL COMPANY Opposite Court House. there he returned to Gallup, and thence home. On his arrival he sent his son Otto and his niece Elsie to the Grand Canyon. BUSINESS GOOD Business is good In the northern part of this locality. savs A. Redewill. There are consider able imnrovements being made in Winkleman, Wenden, Parker and Bouse and other places in this vicin ity. Bouse and Parker, especially are mnkinc great efforts in building. He thinks that never has the territory been in such an era of prosperity is it Is now going into. And that all of the construction work being done is of a permanent nature, which means that those who are building are doing so with intentions of permanently locat. ing. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Services today, August 29, will be as follows: Sunday school 9:45 a. m Morning worship, union service with the congregations from the Baptist and First Methodist churches at the First Methodist church at 11 o'clock. Sermon by Rev. W. I. Brooks: theme. "Five Dangers." Christian Endeavor prayer meeting 6:30 p. m. Union Young People's rally service at this church, 7 p. til. I'nion evening service in this house, 8 o'clock. Sermon by the Rev. W. I. Brooks; theme, "The Power of United Effort," a sermon to voting people. Special music by male quartet. Solo by Mr. Fred Spauldmg Church at the corner of Third avenue and. Adams street. All are cordially invited to attend these services. VISITING CLERGYMEN Bishop ,C. H. Phillips. A. M. M. D. D. D.. of Nash ville, Tenn, bishop of the Firth Epis copal district of the Colored Methodist Episcopal church in America, is in the city in the interest of the C. M. E. mission here. Bishop Phillips is one of - the most distinguished colored clergymen in this country. He has traveled extensively, both in this coun try and Europe. He is accompanied by his wife, Mrs. Lucy Phillips, one of the most distinguished colored women in the country. She has been promi nently identified" with national move ments among the women for several years. Especially has she labored in the W. C. T. lT. of this country. She will sneak at the mass meeting held today at the Central Methodist Epis copal church at 3 p. m. Rev. S. L. Harris, presiding elder of the Los An geles district; Rev. James A. Stout, pastor of the C. M. E. church at Santa Monica, Cal., and Miss Crystal Albright, delegate to the annual con ference to be held in El Paso, Texas, next week, are accompaning- the bishop and his wife. Shoe Don'ts and Do's DON'T buy your Shoes of a house that always advertises to give something for nothing. It can't be done! DON'T buy Shoes of a house that advertises $5.00 Shoes for $1.98. There's nothing in it it's a delusion and a snare. DO buy your Shoes of a house that always does business in a straightforward manner with no misrepresentation of any kind. DO buy your Shoes of a house that never disappoints you in any way durability, style or price tie to such a Shoe House, f WE'RE THAT KIND. H. A. DIEHL & CO. 8 West Washington St A Fit For Every Foot. C. M. E. SERVICES TODAY Sun day services for C. M. E. church. Model Sunday school at 10 a. m., con ducted by Rev. J. A. Stout of Santa Monica, Cal. Preaching at 11 a. m. by Rev. Burgess. Excellent music by choir, district, at C. M. E. church on North First street, opposite Noble building. Mass meeting at 3 p. m., held at Cen tral M. E. church, south, opposite postoffice. Rev. F. Bray, pastor of A. M. E. church, will preside. Ad presses by Bishop and Mrs. Phillips, Rev. J. A. Stout, Rev. S. L. Harris and Rev. Burges. Excellent music by choir. Preaching at 8 p. m. by Bishop C. H. Phillips, D. D., at Central M. E. church, south. THEY WANT HOMES Council man Stauffer of the Valley Realty &. Trust Company, says that the Salt River valley has never before had the tide of inquiries at this season that it has now. Inquiries are coming from other irrigated sections, too. sections which are in their infancy as to development, sections such as Washington, Oregon and California. the middle west has never clamored for information like it has the past two weeks. Phienix is going to be crowded and the prices of rvuf estate will certainly rise. According to Charlie Staufier, the incoming invest or, and tourist wants brick houses in preference to the frame structures. . PRESCOTT THE HUB Prescott will be the hub of the territory for Labor day this 'year. The celebration is to be the most stupenduous Labor day celebration Known in the territory, and from the most distant corners large clubs are forming to take advan tage of the rates. The largest aggre gation from any section will be from Phoenix, many of the sports from here going up to take part in the events. All of the athletic events planned are bringing in fast company for all the contestants. Those who are not so interested in the meets will take ad vantage of the trip to have a cooling outing for a few days. An excellent short vacation for the clerk or stenog rapher who has been working in the city here all of the summer days. Next Saturday is the day, and the rate is J3.50 for the round trip. SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH There will be preaching at 11 a. ill. by Rev. S. L. Harris of Los Angeles. Sunday school at 10" a- m. Rev. W. R. Burgess, pastor. Residence 14 North "!i-venth street CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist, postoffice building, entrance on Monroe street Morning service at 11 o'clock. Sub ject of lesson-sermon, "Christ Jesus. Sunday school at 9:45. Wednesday evening meeting at 8 o'clock. All are cordially invited to attend church services. CANAL WATER Water will be turned into the Appropriators' canal Monday and there will he a full head In all four canals. Water conditions at Richln's station are about the same. That is to say, there is plenty of wa ter in the Salt and Verde to insure a plentiful supply for a Mng time. LATTER-DAY SAINTS The Re organized Churclf of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints will hold Sunday services as follows: "Preaching in the Plaza at 1 p. m.: subject, "Origin of Modern Polygamy." Sabbath school at 2:45 p. m. at 929 Buchanan street. Prayer meeting at the same place at 3:50 p. m. Will S. Pender, mission ary, 91S East Monroe street- CENTRAL M. E. CHURCH Central M. E. Church South, opposite the postoffice,- -wrU hold services today a follows: Preaehing at 11 a. m. by the pastor. Sermon subject, "The Leadership of Jesus."-. Union services at 8 p. m. in the Persbyterian church. Sunday school at 9:45 a. ni. Prayer meeting at 8 p. in. on Wednesday. A cordial invitation is extended to all to attend these services. BETTER BUSINESS The daily register of the Hotel Adams is grow ing visibly fast, as far as the number of names entered in it are concerned. For this time of the year there are more transients coming and going than there wire last, and the number of those who have remained at the hotel throughout the summer is larger than usual. It is the first summer in which the dining room has been kept open. Y. P. S. UNION MEETING The union meeting of the loung Peoples Societies of the Phoenix churches will be hi Id at the Presbyterian church this evening. Topic, "Many members. but One Body;" reference I Corin thians, 12th chapter. This meeting is the last of the series of unhm meet ings and is designed as a rally day. The work for the coming winter, as well as schemes that have proven successful in the past, will be dis cussed. INSPECT GRANITE REEF En gineers Reed and Shibley made a trip to Granite Reef Friday to inspect the work there, of which Mr. Shibley has charge. The two gate tenders' houses, one on each side of the dam, are nearly completed and are being enclosed. The hist remains of tin camp are being cleared away and re pairs on the apron of the dam made. The very last lick 4f work at Gran ite IU-ef will be over by Septem ber i. HULETT SAYS if you are in need of any article in the shaving line, just take a look in the cor ner window and you will see wliat you want. ELVEY . HULETT Quality Druggists Never Substitute. Same Old Phone Main One 27 East Washington St. Enter any school day for the Phoenix, .1 , BACK FROM EAST J. If. Fleming has returned from an extended tour of the Fast. He spent some time . in Georgia anil also in New York. MINING EXPERT DEPARTS H. R Alien, the mining expert of the Southwestern Realty company, went to Wicki nburg yesterday to look over a certain property. WILL BUILD FINE RESIDENCE George Tisdale has just let the con- trai t for a fine $4000 house, to le erected on the corner of First street I and McKinley street. The work of construction will begin the middle of the week. The contract was awarded to W. A. Reynolds. THE GRAND CANYON Special excursions will be run over the Santa Fe to the greatest scenic sight in the world the Grand canyon September 19. This is a trip A Fresh Shipment Just Received. Sweet Sour and Dill Also a Fresh Shipment Olives. A. WETZL V. Washington St. p I Silver Bits and Spdrs. Stock Saddles. Saddlery Goods oF all kinds. See our Suit Cases. N. PORTER 40 West Washington St Tclephons Main 69. Every year marks a distinct step forward in the develop ment of the Kodak system. Keep in touch with the latest conveniences and improvements at BerryhilFs Big Book Store "The Thirsty Man's Retreat." THE PALACE Saloon, Pool and Billiards. Budwelser on draught Old Crow, Mayfleld and Guckenhelmer Rye Whiskies are sold over ths oar. JOHN P. BODET. Prop. summer term now open at Arizona. for the money, and what the mone will bring the excursionist cannot be I nt'orlruiL-eil 1 fnUes the sie-ht-seerer to the very brink of the great canyon and back and gives him an opportunity to indulge in the world-famous Harvey meals at a nominal cost; a chance to rest and enjoy the greatest natural wonder of the continent WOODMAN CIRCLE The Wood man Circle. Phot-nix drove No. 1, will meet at 7:30 o clock Mondya night, ENGINEER IN TOWN Ernest the Yuma Cop Haekett. engineer of per company, of Bouse, was in the city yesterday. He left last night for Los Angeles. BEAR hUNTER COMING II. P. Mund, who has been hunting bear in Alaska 'is now at Long Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Do Mund will return to Phoenix in a few days. Phone Main 259. ill iifpfl life ssaRnesaaBsBs EDISON RECORDS for " " ' SEPTEMBER 4 . : : . ' are now on sale. ' Come in and hear them. . ? Miller-Sterling Co. .... , ... 9-11 East Washington Street. MPMWssssBnsTMnisTTM"'"' 1 " MiswMa-BigatwaSMsCTBssssBsaMssssW Builders3 In building that new home the finishing hard ware is one of the most important details. The whole effect of the building can be ruined by poor hardware Artistic finishing hardware need not necessarily be expensive. In "Sargent's Hardware of quality" we are showing an extensive range of designs from the moderate priced to the more costly kinds. We will gladly furnish you an estimate on your requirements. Talbot & Hubbard I 1 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 work 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 and we will guarantee you good time. Our charges are reasonable. ' , - --. ROSENZVVEIP CHIROPODIt. Painless remoTal m Corns, (0 cents each Bunions, Moles and NT arts, removed bj electricity. Jogrow- "fr. ' Ing Toenails a spe cialty. Men, Ladles and Children treated aay or evenings. Betweea First and Center St. on Adams Phene Red I07J. FRANK tHIRLEY. S22L- ,n Hat Pins The latest thing in HAT FASTENERS Call in ajid ask to see . them. 2rUotta Ostrich, TFarm. I"H"H' I'll 11 HIIHHIIIIIIM, THE HOFFMAN CIGAR STAND, EJ. DOYLE, PROP. CIGARS, TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES. . Corner Broadway and Csritsr. H 1 HH I 1 I I 1 1 II 111 1 I I i YOU NEED ONE? j One what? ; One Suit case. We ! stocked a line of them some months ' ago, but our store is small and ' Suit Cases takeroom. We are sell--f ing below their real value, and there are only a few left, office News Store- Hinckley's Post- ELECTRIC FANS Sold, Rented and Repaired. ARIZONA ELECTRIC CO. Tel. Black 8534. V. R. Norris, Prop. ardware Moore & NcLellan ndsrtaksra and Embalms rs. . Lady Assistant. . IS Wast Adsma Strsst, Telephone Main ,12s. fl I t I I I II I I I I I I 1 14 H I II 1 1 X We make a specialty of Z Box Trade hman Cigar Co i n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 in M 1 1 WHAT MONEY WILL DO AT 0. W. Williams Grocery Co No. 42 No. 1ci Avs. 1 lbs. Beet Sugar tor.. S1.00 15 lost Cane Sugar for..gT.()0 S cans any kind of Lye.... 25 Columbian Pie Pumpkin, cn 15 Gallon can Pie Pumpkin. 45 Gal can Pie Blackberries 50c4 GaL can Pie Peaches 50 Gallon can Pie Apricots... 45 Gallon can Pie Apples 45 Armour's Pork and Beans. can .( 10t Vancamp's Pork anu ans, can .i...... 10 If you wane It quick Phone Main 17S. tmMHimHmnMi ;; IV. A. REYNOLDS : Contractor and - Builder rians and -peeificntiqns fur nished free-- on all work con tracted or superintended by him. Let me plan your home for you SATISFACTION GrUARAN- TEED. Phone Red 8255. Residence. 1119 W. Fillmore St Office,. Five Points, Phoenix. IHttHHIH Notice to Republican . . . . Subscribers Befors going away on your vacation, do not fail to give orders to have The Republican follow you. No trouble to change your address as often as you wish. Ths Republican is 75 cents par month, (ssven days a week.) Phone Main 47, and the circu 5 8 lation man will do ths rest. 41 & 1st Ava.