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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31, 1909. ,
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Painting Time
Give the old place a good coat of paint,
and see how much better it will look.
Paint that property you want to rent
or sell, and see how much easier your
task will be. Get the paint habit it is
a good one. Keep it up. Remember,
we carry a full, line
PAINTS, VARNISHES, OILS,
BRUSHES, ETC.
Come in and let us figure with. you.
Or, drop us a line or call us by 'phone
and our representative will call on you.
Ezra W. Thayer
1 1 mu iiiiMinii i in mini nm km mm
An Enviable Reputation
When you need a plumber the
chances are you need him pretty badly.
And why not get a good one!
Gosart Plumbing Co.
28-30 N. Second Ave.
Phone Main 285. Residence Phone Main 230.
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PADDY QUINN, POET.
A Spokane Judge Insensible to Fin
Art.
Spokane. Wash., Aug. 30. (Special
Correspondence f T'le Republican.).
"Paddy" Qulnn, a type of Bohemian
found only between the covers of a
cheap novel, was sentenced by Justice
Samuel C. Hydo, concessional repre
sentative during territorial days, to
serve ten days on the rock pile, after
confessing that he had worked only 75
minutes during bis stay of two months
in Spokane. Asked by the court to
explain how he" earned a living, the
prisoner said: '
"I am a poet, but there is no use of
explaining to you that which would be
unintelligible to your mind. I will re
cite some of my poetry instead. I will
read a few stanzas from my master
piece." Before Quinn could give voice to the
second line of his latest work the
court had imposed sentence and the
sweet singer was on the way to the
city jail, where his tattered gar
ments, Oxford shoes and flesh-colored
hose were exchanged for overalls, a
jumper an hob-nailed brogans. His
long blank hair and flowing beard were
also trimmed for hygenic purposes,
and armed with a six-pound hammer
he started for the rock pile, mumb
ling as he left the station: ..
"The muse got an awful jolt that
time at the hands of an unsympa
thetic Judge, but, then, there's hope.
Recognition will come some time it
must come. Officer, please see that
Pegasus is properly cured for until 1
return."
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n-H 1 III 1 1 II I I II --l 1-1 M I H I M I I M M 1 H 1' MMIH't
AUCTIONS HELD EVERY SATURDAY
WE BUY AND SELL ANYTHING. .
GOODS SOLD ON COMMISSION.
W. W.HUTCHISON & SON
- 119 North First Ave. '
M'M-H llllt I 1 I' M-l "M"H"I H 1 M' t IIMH I M 11 1 M 111 1 I-T
MESA
(Continued from page 9.)
seven miles north of Phoenix for a few
riavs stay.
J. D. Il'ilisnn is ill at his home south
east of town.
Rosel C'ooley of the Mesa Land com
pany wa3 a Phoenix business visitor
yesterday.
Ben Harrison is iu Mesa from Xcw
"Skccter Skoot"
Pi
Is easy to apply acts quickly
kills pld bites and by those
who have tried all ... mosquito
dopes is proven the BKST.
Main 121.
Mexico for a few days sojourn.
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Green of Phoenix
were Mesa visitors Sunday, the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hoglc.
Miss Tena Mots was reportetf not
quite so well yesterday.
Mamie Earle if seriously ill at the.
Mesa hotel with appendicitis.
Iick Pedcrson was a passenger for
Hodsevelt yesterday morning via stage.
He expects to go to Olobe later on.
J. L. Waring will leave this evening
for (Xcari Park for a two weeks stay.
Mrs. Waring and the children will ac
company him home.
C. T. Hirst of rhoenix was a Mesa
business visitor yesterday.
Mrs. K. T. Pomeroy has found that
the summer spent in Prescott has been
the means of her complete recovery.
C L. Page of the reat.estate firm of
Page & Hanlon of Phoenix was a Mesa
bus incss visitor yesterday.
J. fj. Spangler and family are ex
pected to arrive from Ocean Park this
morning, where they have noun for the
past several weeks on a vacation.
I. ('. Harris at the head of the trans
mission line department was a pas
senger to Fish Creek station yesterday
morning via stage.
The change contemplated by the
Wells Fargo Express company Some
days ago was not put in force and
Klmer Ruse will continue in the post
tion of cashier of the local office.
Mrs. George Edmunds will take
charge of the Alhambra hotel dining
room today.
DEATH OF MISS TENA METS.
Miss Tena Mets. one of the most
estimable young tidies of this place,
died last night at 6:30 of typhoid fe
ver after an Illness of three wpeks.
Her father, mother, brothers and sis
ters,, with the exception of two broth
ers, one residing at Tucson and the
other at Prescott, were at the bedside
when the end came. Miss Mets had
been such a part of this community
that the news of her death created a
shock.
CASE OF WILLIAM ADAM.
FALL
STREET
SKIRTS -
Some of the new Fall
Skirts will arrive iu a
few days. Watch for
announcement.
The Latest Ideas
FRANCIS
Third and Washington.
I Washington, Aug. 30. In the ar
rest of Guilli-mo Adam, the alleged
I bandit at El Paso, on a charge of
I violating the immigration laws, the
Eagle Pass uprising in Mexico more
' than a year ago is recalled- The
Mexican government js desirous of
having him returned to Mexico in
order to prosecute charges against
him, and it Is declared that Adam
will be killed if deported. . '
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TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE
ARIZONA-HERCULES COP
PER COMPANY.
Notice , is hereby . 'given that . the
annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Arizona-Hercules Copper Com
pany will be held at , their office in
the City of Phoenix, Arizona, on the
seventh ' day of September,. 1909, at
the hour of 5: 30 p. m., for the pur
pose of electing a board of five di
rectors to serve during the ensuing
year and to transact such other busi
ness as may properly come before
said meeting.
Dated, Los Angeles, Cal., Aug. 27,
1909.
W. P. DUNHAM, President.
K. G. THOMAS, Secretary..
THEATRICAL NOTES.
Francis Boss Is to appear in George
M. Cohan's new musical comedy, "The
Man From Broadway."
H. Cooper Cliffe will be engaged by
William FJVcrsham for Stephen Phil
lip's production, "Herod." He comes
direct from an engagement in Eng
land. .
Marlon Lome and Louise Drew are
great factors In making the pace-setting
hit of Honrs- W. Savage's latest
production, "The Florist's Shop."
Harry Rogers has recently returned
from England, where he has been one
of the top-notchers. Ho will appear
In "Told In a Flat."
"On the Wrong Foot," one bf the
impressions in vaudeville. Is featuring
Naym Kelso, who has had a phenom
enal rise.
One of. the newest American vaude
ville fads will be a troue of Russian
dancers. The act as heralded in ail
vauce Is nothing short of a great hul-
luboo, resembling, a Japanese festival
dance, tooth as to action and articula
tion. Mlle.'Dazle, the petite novelty danc
er who has set the eastern vaude
ville and musical comedy circles agog,
will remain In' this .country the com
ing season, Jiavlng finished all of her
bookings already.
'It-is stated with good authority that
Belasco is to give David Warfield a
chance to take "Shylock" at a not
far away date.
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HOW BEES PROTECTED A LEOP
ARD FROM HUNTERS.
"If the lair of a leopard Is known,"
says a writer in the September Wide
World Magatflne, "atones will gener
ally dislodge the lurker. I recall one
occasion when a leopard was supposed
to be located in a. cave nir camp.
The guns were placed around In posi
tions commanding the exit and a few
stones were then thrown in. There
was no result at first, but as more
and larger stones crashed In there
came a faint humming, and then a
roar like the sea under the cliffs. In
a moment the air above the cave's
entrance grew dark with bees! As
one man, sportsmen and gun-bearers
fled for the camp. A few were
slightly stung before they could reach
their tents and pull the. flaps over the
entrances, which the bees for some
time besieged. Incrdible though it
may sound, it is the truth that, al
though the camp wa3 full of native
servants, horses, etc., none of those
who had remained behind and were
not concerned in the attack on the
bees' cave were stung. It was a
considerable time before the bees beat
a retreat, but during all the time that
they stayed in the camp It was the
tents of their aggressors exclusively
around which they angrily buzzed."
Boys' .
Wear For
Fall
This is pre-eminently - the
Boys' Store of Phoenix the
place of all others for Boys'
Clothes from the youngster
In kilts to his older brother,
getting along toward hia
' majority.
Always complete, our as
sortments are unusually
wide just now for the new
Fall ideas in Boys' Wear are
here Hats, Shoes, Clothing.
Furnishings every detail of
Jloys' attire.
Visit our Juvenile Depart
ment; it's worth seeing.
You'll find what you want.
In good assortment, at reas
onable prices. Our guaran
tee of satisfaction goes with
every purchase you make
here.
See
Display in Our
Show Window
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OUTFMTTEHS
TO ME ft
AAD.BOJ'J
CANAL ZONE JARRED.
He who has once deviated from the
truth usually commits perjurv with as
little scruple as he would tell a lie.
Cicero. .
No Damage is Believed to Have Been!
Done to the Waterway. j
I
Panama, Aug. 30. A strong earth-
quake was felt here this morning. j
The people were greatly ulapucd, but
no serious damage was done. No
one was injured. .The administra
tion buildings here and at Aeon were
severely shaken. The quake was felt
In several other cities.
CANAL UNINJURED.
Panama, Aug. ' 30. Nothing has
been learned yet to indicate that the
canal was damaged.
THE CALHOUN TRIAL.
FIRST LOAD OF CONVICTS A
carload of convicts, all long time men
and many life men, were received at
the new territorial prison yesterday.
They were taken there In the Chinese
deiHirtation car which left Yuma on
S,unday night. . Fifty-six constituted
the carload. About 130 are still left at
Yuma and they will be removed as
rapidly as possible
BEAT IT
San Francisco,-fal., Aug. 30. Pat
rick Calhoun's case was continued to
day until Friday when a definite date
ror the resumption of his triul will be
fixed. ' -
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From all parts of the globe arc
gleam d stories., troc tales of adven
ture, anecdotes and.- topics of interest ,
for the Wile World Magazine, and
the September number of that excel
lent publication offers a very generous
amount of real Information and en
tertainment, i
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Truth and justice arc the immuta
le laws of social oWler. :Far from us
be the dangerous maxim that it is
sometimes useful to mislead, to en
slave and to deceive mankind, to in
sure their happiness. Cruel experience
has at all times proved that with im
purity these sacred laws can never be
injured. Laplace. . .
ft 8Klrr cf Ceauty ta a Joy Forever.
T. Felix Ooureud's Oriental
Cream or Meglcal Boeutlfler.
Itnwt Tan. Plmpja
Raife, a&d Saia
aca fvery Dlrmva
wi be nit-, and .jr.
a? ilrtcUiim. If
bad sluoti ibe ti(
of no rara, and
In an t.arml'f
tartRit lnbeiirtl
la pr'.prly .nnl.
AccnH nocGunti-r
felt of ainilUr
Kamf. Pr. L. A.
ftarre aal4 to a
ta!r of lb- hauf
tin (a patient u
"Ai j"u iadlra
wUi in Ibf-m.
I iHuttmoJ
iinwrnn4'm Cream aa toe taat harmful of all tha
kin prpparaoon .'' Ft nala by all druggi, and Faitcf.
voodi lA-altra 10 Uta Guiwti stotai, Canada and Kttropa.
FERD.T. KOPKIKS, fog, 37 JL at Jwes Sited. R M
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BEAR'S
MOSQUITO
DOPE
Imitators increase
"Our Sales"
IiVin('inl(.T none Imt the
genuine made at
THE BEAR DRUG STORE
Potter & lioziene.
Opposite City Hall. -
NEW
Shoes For School Days
OLD
HOMESTEAD
FLO
R
The Best By Test
Maple from
best Kansas
hard Wheat.
EVERYONE-'
AFFUCTED WITH A
IM0N1C DISEASE
' SHOU1D CONSULT
D? MlBBARD.A
SOME GOODjBSONS '
for ronsulting Dr. Hibbard. 1. M;iny
yars located In Phoenix during which
an enviable reputation (or remarkable
curr-.i 'ha been established. 2. Un
doubted reliability. All fake systems are
discarded. No advertising free treat
ment, no cure no pay. trial samples,
electric belts, et- and other decep
tions. 3. All inetholi are progressive
and scicntinc. free from anything Inju
rious slid objectionable..
I ask no man to take my treatment
until convinced (1st) as to a thorough
knonledge of my profession. (2nd) A3
to my umpicstioncd reliability. 3J
That my treatment is based 011 knowl
edge and experiment, not experiment.
I invite anyone with a chronic disease
to consult me without charge, and I will
tell each person exiictly what can be
done as to a cure. Investigate my
methods and appreciate why I have for
years enjoyed the confiileiwe and pat
ronage of the best citizenship of Phoe
nix and Arizona generally. Cancer and
external growths successfully removed
without the knife or severe measurea.
My specialties are diseases of Wood.
Nerve. Throat, Lunss. Stomach, l,lver
and Kidneys. Consultation free. Hours
10 to 12; 1 to 3. Oftlee and residence
Monroe and Third avenue. Southeast
corner, two blocks from center of city.
Get it at your
grocer
Goldman
& Co.
DISTRIBUTERS
Also Wholesale Grocers
SALE
will be continued
all week at
THE FAIR
212 E. Washington St.
I1IHHI1IIMIIHHMHII
LAUNDRY
SATISFACTION
fThe girl from up them," says, X
there Isn't a collar, cuft or
T ahirt front laundered anywhere T
, , in in is country mat can coin- , ,
pare with our laundry work.
!! PHOENIX LAUNDRY I!
t Phone Main 130.
OMMMHIHUllllltnHl
, The HOFFMAN
Evert hlng First Class
Famous Tort Faust Beer on
Draught
Billy Gamble, Proprietor.
MOEDEN'S BIG SECOND
HAND STORE.
Euys, sells and rents stoves.
New and second hand fur
niture stoves and ranges.
Jars! Jars! Jars!
Wouldn't it Jar you you or was you
ever jarred? Well, sumo peopie can
be Jarred and never know it, but the
jar I am talking to you about is sec-,
ond hand Fruit Jars. We want Jars
and must have: Jars, so bring: your
Jars to us and -you will jar .the
money out of us. We want 00 dozen
Mason Fruit Jars. Get them out of
the cellar or under the floor and
brini; the Jard to u and we will pay
you so much money it will jar you.
See ?
We buy everything that is loose.
Bring on your goods and get the
douth- We have lots of room and
want the goods. No grass growinK
at our store. Everybody works but
father. Come and tee him at
MASSIE & SONS
HOUSE FURNISHINGS
114 West Washington Street. Phone
Main 257.
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 : 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m m-i i t: r t n vi n n ?
BEST ON THE MARKET. MARICOPA CREAMERY CHEESE I
8UITS THE TRADE. MARICOPA CREAMERY PASTEURIZED I
CREAM SELLS ALL OVER ARIZONA. f
H IH I j 1 l l..H.H..l... Ullllllimill H ImH-M-I It . IH
WE are daily recciviiip; new installments of our new
Fall Shoes for children, and if you will inspect
them you will he convinced that our school shoes repre
sent the latest and highest ail in shoe making. Our
reputation of selling shoes of quality stamps us as the
leaders in this line. We cordially inv'ite you to come and
inspect our new arrivals, just 'for comparison's sake,
whether you wish to buy or not. Remember, our chil
dren's shoes give full play to all the muscles and bones
of the foot and-permit them to perform their natural
functions with absolute, freedom, ease and comfort.
. 1 1' '
Donv't Worry
About
Hard Work
v and
Hard Water
Uae
Hydro Fur a
Tahen Worry Ceases
In Toilet, Bath, Hitcnen and
Laundry Best Water iSoft
' ener and Cleanser, Harm
less to S Kin and Fabric. For
sale by all Grocers and
Druggists. We are distribu
tors for.Pnoenix.
E. S. Wakelin Grocer Co.
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