THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31 !1909.' ' V
Now and aain you sec two women pass
ing down the street who look like sisters.
Yon are astonished to learn that they are
mother and daughter, and you realize that
a woman at forty or forty-five ought to be
at her finest and fairest. Why isn't it so?
The general health of woman is so in
timately associated with the local health
of the essentially feminine organs that
there can be no red checks and round
form where there is femulc weakness.
Women who have suffered from
this trouble have found prompt
relief and cure in the use of Dr.
Pierce Favorite Prescription. It give vigor and vitality to the
organs of womanhood. It clears the complexion, brighten the
yea and reddens the cheeks.
No alcohol, or hahit-fonning drugs is contained in "Favorite Prescription'
Any sick womun may consult Dr. Pierce by letter, free. Every letter is
held as sacredly confidential, and answered in a plain envelope. Address:
World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R.V. Pierce, Pres., Buffalo, N.V.
WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD
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The buckeye number Jo. is belter prepared
than any oilier yard in Phoenix to take care of its
rapidly increasing trade. A large stock of good
material. Saw and planer in connection. Lumber,
Lath, Cement, Doors and Windows; Paints, Nails,
Builders' Hardware, Corrugated Iron and Fence
Posts. You will make a mistake if you do not see
us before you bin.
Buckeye Lumber Co.
Mont Anderson, Prop. E. W. Bahr, Mgr.
A REPRESENTATIVE LIST
TOM'S AMERICAN KITCHEN
Partlee served with extra floe real Chinese China dishes, Prlrate room
and family style when desired. Tom does all his own pastry. For a rood
dinner on special occasions or at ordinary times coma to Ton's new
American Kitchen. Regular meals, 25c. Short orders ad eight.
tt North Center Street. Pnoenlx. Arizona.
at the Council Meeting
More Sidewalk Ordered
Slaughter House Ordi
Walter A. Wood
TWINE BINDERS $150
PHOENIX HARDWARE COMPANY.
The first step toward the entertain
ment of the president of the United
State? hy the city of Phoenix was
taken last niRht hy Mayor Lloyd
Christy at the regular meeting of the
After the regular business had been
transacted the mayor announced the
committees that are to aid jn the en
tertainment of President Taft on his
visit on October 13th. The commit
tees were appointed at the request of
Coverncor Richard El Sloan. In mak
ing the announcement Mayor Christy
"In making the selection of those
who are to take a prominent part In
the reception of the president, I have
endeavored to make up a list of the
representative citizens of Phoenix. If
President Taft should happen to have
any preconceived idea that residents
of this territory are wild and woolly,
that it is chiefly inhabited bv cow
boys, Indians and Mexicans, that Idea
should be effectually dispelled by the
personel of these committees. The ,
business men of Phoenix are well
dressed, intelligent 'and refined and
compare favorably with the business
THE PHOENIX BAKERY
Produces over 150 varieties of Bread, Cakes and Pastry every work
A few favorite sorts:
Pplce Cup C::kcs 15c doz.
Macaron Tarts 30c doz.
Two Layer Cakes 25c each.
Boston Brown Bread 10c
Almond Paste Coffee Cakes 25c each.
Bran I treat 1 -..10c
Iiiriotis French Pastry , 50e doz.'
BUTTER NUT BREAD The best bread and the largest loaf 10c
PHOENIX BAKERY & C0NFECTI0 NERY.
Eat. 1U1. Edward Eiaale. Prop. Phone M. II.
' Furniture, Crockery, China, etc.
Fourth Ave. and Washington St. Phone Main 138.
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FOR UP TO DATE rJDHrPJDTPC
of Every Description UKUIiKl
CHOICEST at well at MEDIUM goods of best brands and grades Don't Mla
RULE-MATTHEWS GROCER CO.
230 East Washington St. Phone Main 1
ARIZONA SCHOOL OF MUSIC
North Center St.
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We carry the best Meats obtainable. We never
sacrifice quality to make a low price. We use the
utmost care in selecting our Meats. Prompt
Independent Meat Market
Phone Main 2'J7. 1-3 West. Washington St.
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GOOD ,T TASTES DIFFERENT
where you enjoy the meal. Everything clean and
HOME neat' -!ui"k an(l courteous service. The best Is
w none too good.'
f nnnvrxm YE beits French kitchen.
T Phone Red 2021. 11 W. Washinaton 8t
See the. invisible hat
fasteners. X 6 more
need of punching the
hat full of holes.
AX ELEGANT LINE
HAT PINS NOW BE
ING SHOWN. EX
QUISITE IDEAS FOK
THE GIRL . WHO
The Store Of
men of eastern cities of the same
The mayor added that he hoped he
had not omitted anyone who desired a
place on one or other of the commit
tees; If he had he would be glad to
The committees are as follows:
Decoralon committee B. M.' Gold-
water, chairman; M. C. McDougal,
Ftank Thomas, P. A. Tharaldson, R. U.
Burmister, . Frank Lee per. ,
Finance committee: J. J. Sweeney,
chairman; Claude Cisney, Aaron
Goldberg, Vernon L Clark, George
Mintz. Klllott Evans.
Conveyances and route: G. P. Bui
lard, chairman; W. D. Fulwller, Frank
Hilderbran, Frank Lane, C- T. Hirst,
James Griffin, Arthur Ainsworth,
Reception by school children: Pro
fessor Loper, chairman; A. K. Stab
Ier, Professor Fulton, Clinton Camp
bell, B. F. McFall. J.T. Bone.
Bands and militia committee: Jas.
McCllntock, chairman; E. P. Grin-
stead, C. t Stacy, I W. Cogglns. Carl
Reception committee: Mayor Chris
ty, chairman; E. B., O'Neil, Joseph II.
Kibby, J. C. Adams, J .L. Irvln, J. W
Dorris. E. J. Bennett, C. F. Ainsworth,
B. A. Fowler, D. B. Heard, A. J
Sampson, G. M- Halm, E. G. Gage,
W. K. James, E. Hackett. Charles
Stauffer, Charles Akers, Frank L.
Stewart, Charles Donofrio, Lewis Hill,
George Christy, Charles Goldman,
Thomas Armstrong, Jr.; P. P. Parker,
J. A. Gelsslnger, II. P. DcMund, Or-
ville Coats, Linn Orme, A. K. Stacy,
T. J. Prescott, L. M. Hoghe, Harry
Kennedy, Justus Goebel, R. L. Balke,
A. L. Moore, A. F. Jones, J. W. At
wood, T. Connell, Bishop Kendrick, C.
M. Sturgis, H. B. Wilkinson, P. T.
Hurley, A. C. Baker, Frank DeSouza,
E. Ganz. I. T. Hosey. E. Kays, Selim
Michaclson, C. W. Johnstone, C. W.
McKee.. C. M. Scott. Homer King, A.
B. Williams. Don C. Babbitt, A. J.
Chandler, Mesa, Ariz.; L. W. Slillwell,
Mesa; Walter Wilbur, Tempe; W. H.
Slaughter, Glendale; Edw. Kent, E.
Dunlevy, J. H. Page, J. F. Cleaveland,
E. E. Kirkland, W. C. Foster, Kirk
Moore, J. D. Carter, H. S. Griswold. O.
H. Christy, Harry Tritle, Win Wylle.
C. S. Berryman, Charles Arnold, Paul
Ingles, Frank Parker, Walter Bennett,
W. J. Murphy, Lewis Melczer, Sims
Ely, j: L. B. Alexander. S. Oberfelder,
J. W. Foss, Ancil Martin, L. H. Chal
mers, G. II. N. Lubrs, George Lut
gerding, W. S. Goldsworthy. R. W.
Craig, 11. J. McClung. H. H. McNeill,
C. W. Goodman, I. T. Stoddard. C. H.
Pratt, H. A. Diehl,, H. S. Reed, II. A.
Hughes, Robert,. Frldel, George W.
Vlckers, W. T. Smith, R. P. Davie,
Clay Leonard, H. C. Yager. ' W. II .
Stilwell, J. C. Phillips, R C. Douglas,
V. S. FU krcll. J ..P. Orme, F. H. En
sign. George WCowgill. A. Redcwell,
Ed Elsie, J. A. Marshall. W. B. Twitch
ell, Walter Talbot, J. W. Swetnam. E.
W. Thayer. John T. Dunlap, William
Creighton, E. S. Wakclin, C. D. Dorris,
H. M. Campbell, Andrew Miller. E. M.
Lamson, Charles Korrick, Clinton Lau
vcr, S. J. Tribolet.V. Gatter. J. L. War
ing, Mesa; A. J Peters, Tempe; W. J.
Kingsbury, Tempe; 'James G. Ham
mell, Glendale. Also all other mem
bers" of all" olheTc'bjnmlttees.
The only absentee at the council
meeting was Mr. Campbell. The first
work taken up was the ordinance de
scribing the form of the negotiable
coupon bonds which were issued to
replace $155,000 worth of city warrants
which will be taken up as soon as the
money is obtained from the purchasers
of the bond.s. Very minute instruc
tions were received from the attorneys
for Thomas J. Bolger, the chief pur
chaser. The ' details of procedurl
were followed with the utmost accu
racy so that If any legal flaw is found
In the bond Issue it will not be the
fault of the council.
According to instructions, the ordf-
nance was first referred to the- fin
ance committee. The committee re
ported favorably. Then the rules
were suspended and the ordinance
read a second time. The roll was
called and the rules again suspended.
After more reading and more suspen
sion of the rules the ordinance was
finally declared carried:
The bonds are to be known as
"Funding Bonds, '09." They are due
July 1, 1934, although they may be
gradually paid off in installments be
ginning in 1924. They are of the $1000
denomination and bear 5 per .cent In-
of the California Fig Syrup Co. and the
scientific attainments of it chemists have
rendered possible the production of Syrup
of Figs and Elixir of Senna, in all of its
excellence, by obtaining the pure medic
inal principles of plants known to act most
beneficially and combining them most
skillfully, in the right proportions, with
its wholesome and refreshing Syrup of
As there is only one genuine Syrup of
Figs and Elixir of Senna and as the grn.-'
uine is manufactured by an original
method known to the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, it is always necessary to buy the
genuine to get its beneficial effects.
A knowledge of the above facts enables
one to decline imitations or to return them
if, upon viewing the package, the full name
of theCalifornia FigSyrupCo. is not found
printed on the front thereof.
Our claim that The Bitters is
a Buperlor remedy in cases of
Poor Appetite, Sick Headache,
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Costive
ness and Malaria has been posi
tively proven during Its 56 years
before the public.
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THE CNGLISH KITCHEN RESTAURANT
44-45 EAST ADAMS STREET.
Everything New, Nice and Clean. Private Family Dining Reams.
CHARLIE LING aV CO. Props.
Garden City Restaurant
Cooleat and Cleanest Place In Town to Eat Nice Private Rooms for Partis
and Families. Short Orders at All Hoars.
REGULAR MEALS, t5e.
No. 2$ ana 24 Tast Wathlngtoa St. MARK LAND, Pro prists.
terest. The bonds are now being lith
ographed and a copy of the ordinance
will be sent on, so that no further de
lay should be experienced before the
city gets the money.
Bv petitions of more than 5 per cent
of the property owners resolutions
were passed ordering cement side
walks to be built on both sides of
North Fifth avenue between Bennit
lane and Washington street, aid on
both sides of Jefferson street from
Eleventh to Center street.
The slaughter house ordinance,
which prescribes the district south
west of town near the river as the
place for this business and prohibits
the slaughtering of food animals In
the corporate limits or within a mile
of them, was passed unanimously.
The garbage ordinance also came up
for considerable discussion and was
The assignment of A. S. Arthur of
the bill board privilege to the Elks'
lodge was approved by the council at
the request of Paul R, Ingles.
But one bid was received for the
printing of the city charter and ordi
nances. The Phoenix Printing com
pany bid $1.62 per page for 250 copies.
Their bit! was accepted.
The alleyway running baik of Don-
ofrio's store between Washington and
Jefferson streets will hereafter be
known as Cactus way. The request
of the proprietor and sole owner of
cactus candy was granted.
Mayor Christy announced that on
Thursday he would start on his vaca
tion and be awav about three, weeks.
In the Interim Claude Cisney will be
DORRIS -HEYM AN
Arizona's Largest House Furnishing Store
The completion of our mammoth store is now
only a question of a few weeks. Some of our
departments are in fair shape to serve you
now. Rebuilding prices are yet in force.
ANTICIPATE YOUR WANTS. IT MAY
BE OF PROFIT TO YOU.
Extra special on Refrigerators. Extra
special on iron beds.
Standard Furniture Co.
A complete line of New and Second Hand Furniture, Rasa, T
Crockery and Oranlteware.
WE SELL FOR LESS
Phone Main 217. 24-24 W. Washington. 4.
JUST LIKE HOME
Is the way you will find the cooking at
California Restaurant, 33 N. 1st Are.
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Just received our last shipment of Electric Fans for this season.
Better buy if you want one of them.
E. THOMA MANUFACTURING CO.
22 S. 3rd Ave. Phone Main 361.
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Some Hatless Ell's Have Returned to
The story of the Elks' hegira to
Tucson and back again has been
pretty well told, though there were a
few Incidents ' of ; the trip that were
omitted, some purposely.
The actual score of the ball game is
still a matter of some doubt, but it
doesn't make much difference, any
way. No one has accused Captain
Pishon'B nine of making any runs,
and whether the Tucson nine made
ten or thirteen or twenty-seven is
small potatoes. . A return game was
arranged for by the dauntless captain
of the local lodge's aggregation of
ball players. It will be September 26.
A big excursion will be run up from
Tucson on that day.
After the game the Elks were roy
ally entertained by their brothers.
Among the speakers at the banquet
were Exalted Ruler Pease of Tucson
and G. P. Bulard and Raymond Teal
Musical numbers were given during
the course of the banquet by mem
hers of the Teal company. In the
evening everybody attended the Teal
show at Elysium Grove theater, '
As a result of the excursion some of
the Elks returned hatless to town
Perhaps the saddest of these was
Marshal A. J. Moore. lie had a new
Stetson, the seven-dollar kind, repos
ing on the rack. On either side were
two flimsy straw hats of last year's
vintage. Down near the 'Gila a gust
of wind droped all of the hats out
of the rack. The straw hats fluttered
to the floor, but the Stetson, which Is
built on the monoplane plan, glided
through the window and floated way
up in the air. The marshal thrust
his head out of the window and saw
It floating off toward Old Mexico,
He asked the brakeman to stop the
train, but that individual said .he
would get it on the way hack from
Maricopa. The marshal borrowed, a
checked golf cap from George Byers.
When he pulted It over his ears and
turned up his coat collar he looked
like well, all he needed was a dark
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Ball Bearing Mowers
LONG HARDWARE COMPANY.
HI I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ) I I H I I I I I I I 1 1 I I I I I I I I I M
A FULL LINE OF
CALL AND SEE
Pacific Gas and Electric Co.
130-132 West Washington St.
MINERAL SURVEY APPROVED
The surveyor general ha.s approved
Mineral Survey No. 26660, Oak3 and
Meadow Lode mining claims, situate
in the Turquoise mining district, Co
chise county, Arizona, and claimed by
G. L Van Meter.
All persons having left Jewelry for
repairing with us, 213 East Washing
ton street, please call for same ' at
Salim Akels', 16-18 East Washing
ton street. Namman Bros. "
THE DEN WILL, BE REOPENED
ON SEPTEMBER 1ST, AFTER . BE
ING CLOSED FOR THE SUMMER
Tou will likely want to read the ar
ticle on Arizona and New Mexico, with
pictures. In September Pacific Month
ly. But It at Hinckley's Postofflce
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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
J 31-33 E. Washington. Phone Main 132
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K C. bilickbLqS ANGELES, CAL.JNO- M'TCHELL
New Fire-Proofing. 500 ROOMS Re-Furnished
Venice Villa City
32 MINUTES FROM LOS ANGELES.
Situated In the midst of flowers and a erove of health-Eivin Fjimivntm
Clean, complete, cheap, comfortable. Half rates after September 15. $35 vil
las. Including water, lights and httu.se laundry, $15 per month; $15 villas. In
cluding water, lights and house laundry. $7 to $10 per month. Every com-,
fort at wonderfully low rates for this Fall and Winter. The Venice Villas
constitute a hotel of detached cottages and can rented bv the d;iv week or
month. OPEN ALL. TUB YEAR. "The Nearest Beach." "The Safest Beach "
Address "Villa City Office" Venice, Cal.
244-246 E. Washington St.
We are closjng business on Au
gust 31st and sacrificing all jewelry
at a 35 per cent discount. Do not
lose opportunity. Call at once. Those
having Jewelry repaired, please calL
NAMNAM & BRO.
213 E. Washington St
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