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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31, 1909. THE WOMEN DO NOT DO THE WORK. THE WONDER DOES IT FOR THEM. We have received a shipment of THIS KEAM.Y WOXUKKH'I. washer and can supply those who have been waiting for them to arrive. We fil'AUANTEE the WtiXDEK AVASHKK to 1 MdRK work, BETTER work, with IJ'S lalMir, than any otlier washer. If it does do this, it is the one you want; if it don't you fret your MONEY BACK. SOLD ONLY AT Davidson's Cash Store THE MISSION A resort for gentlemen. The uriKtnal BUDWKHEH VEEN on draught. FftANK CONNELLKY, trip. NOTICE On July 20 I will leave on a vacation and recrea tion trip, returning the first part of September. Dr. J. G. Bowman, a competent optician, will have charge of the office dnring my ab sence., and your patronage is solicited. All work guar anteed. Dr. E. Munson OPTICIAN. Phoenix - - Arizona. White Rose Cold Cream relieves Sunburn and removes Tan. Eases the irritating results of riding in the wind. It is cooling, soothing and healing. Perfectly pure. A de lightful toilet neces sity. Sold only by LOVETT DRUG CO. I Phone Main It. N. T. Corner Center and Waab lnrton Street. i 1 11 llllllllll HMi PETTI D'S BREAD IS BEST 4- Pet t id's bread is made for X retail and not for wholesale trade. Wholesale bread makers have to make loaves to sell at X much less than 10 cents. One I loaf is full value. Try one. 4iM M 1 I H 1 1 1 I I I I I I I 1 IH AIRDOME I Vaudeville and Pictures "IT'S THE IHOW TTTTTTTT t I TTT I I'TT'I Tl I I 'I 'W W t G. A. btreitz. County Surveyor. 1 f STREITZ & THOMPSON 1 CIVIL ENGINEERS U. 8. Mineral Surveyors X City, country and mineral sur- veys. Mine work. Engineering T T designs. Estlmatea and Con- X eirucuon. Room 6 Monihon Block. Phone Red 241. sMsfcil ili ili iti ili - ttatt TTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTf f .,,,H"H"M 11 Mil M ! 1- M I 1 1 ' I Daily Weather Report f X Local Daily Wcathar Report. The Arizon Republican. T Forecast for today Partly cloudy . X Data for 14 hours ending 6:30 X ! p. m. yesterday. Barometer, inches ..29.84 Temperature, deg. ..84 Dew iKint, degrees. . OS Humidity, per cent.. 59 Wind direction . ....SE Wind velocity, miles 8 Rainfall, inches T Weather t'ldy. 29.79 2 fit; 5S w 8 0.04 CIdy. Mean daily humidity 5S Mean daily temperature SO Highest temperature 86 Lowest temperature "4 Total dally rainfall 0.04 i Deficiency in temperature yes terday, 6 degrees. Deficiency in temperature since first of month, 63 degrees. Accumulated deficiency in temperature since January 1, lit! degrees. Excess in rainfall yesterday, 0.02 inch. ' Kxcess in rainfall since first L of month, 0.S9 inch. Accumulated deficiency in rainfall since January 1. 0.60 inch. U. N. JESITNOFSKV. I Section Director. jr II I I II I II Ml I I I 1111 I'llH 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 f Of LOCAL INTEREST niiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiii SUNDAY AT THE SPRINGS Fen Hildreth spent Sunday at Irm Springs. RETURNED FROM EAST. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Doyle have returned from a trip to Chicago and other east ern points. WILSONS FROM CASA GRANDE H. D. and G. S. Wilson of Casa Grande were in Phoenix yesterday on business and visiting with friends. WAS AT COLORADO Mrs. C. I. Stacy has returned from a pleusant sumer's outing spent at I'.lackhawk. Colorado and Iron Springs. MONTANA VISITORS D. P. Mil liken and wife of Montana are stopping at the Ford. They are In the c ity vis iting and will be here some time. HERE FROM LOS ANGELES Miss Gertrude rishon is in the city from I-os Angeles, visiting her broth er. Charles Pishon. She will stay in definitely. GALPIN WENT HUNTING A. W. Galpin went on a duck hunting trip Sunday and had very good luck. He was somewhat modest about the number shot. A LITTLE SISTER Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Hill, residing at the corner of 7th and Garfield, are being paid a visit by a little miss of eight pounds. Both the baby and mother are doing nicely. GONE FOR DUCKS W. L. Pin ney and a party of friends left Phoe nix yesterday for a hunting trip 18 miles from the city. They claim that the good luck sign has been given them. WALTER BENNETT BACK Wal ter Bennett returned from Iron Springs yesterday. He has been away a month, his time being divided be tween the Springs and Oak creek, where he hunted and fished. IN NO DANGER E. C. Lamson underwent a serious operation at the Sisters' hospital yesterday afternoon. It was stated last night that he was rest ing comfortably and was in no danger from the effects of the operation. WARRANT ISSUED A warrant was issued yesterday by Judge Parker against G. R. Gomes, who was arrest ed while driving about the streets In a rig belonging to the Burger corral. Two otlier men, who were with him, escaped. NOT INVITED Press Hill, the city aanjero, found an uninvited visitor in his house when he returned from work yesterday. He led him gently to the police station where the man gave the name of F. Gray. He Is part Mexican. No charge has been placed against him as ret. OVEkLOCK SWORN IN Visitors returning from Tucson yesterday re port that Charles Overlock. the . new I'nited States marshal, took the oath of office there yesterday afternoon before Judge Campbell of the supfVme court. His J20.00U bond was placed and approved. All our Show Cases and Counters for sale H E IVFNEIL COMPANY Opposite Court House. J FUNERAL SERVICES The ( fu neral services of Dan Martin, who was struck by lightning Saturday . night, will be held under the direction of the G. A. R. post this afternoon at 3 o'clock In the Moore & McLellan un dertaking parlors. WILL GO TO FLORENCE For the first time in many years, since a youngster, B. Reed, Jr., met his fath er yesterday morning. His father is mines near Florence. B. Reed. Jr., will remain visiting his grandmother for a few weeks, going later to the mines at Florence. DID NOT SELL OUT B. W. Get singer of the Arizona Auction and Ikwelopment company stated yester day that W. AV. Hutchinson has never bought out his entire interest in the company, but that in the future will have charge of the chattels. It Is the plan of the company to handle the Suit River sales exclusively. MUTUAL LIFE MEN HERE T. J. Norton, traveling Inspector for the Mutual Life Insurance company, and J. H. Coons, the new district manager for the same concern, are at the Ho tel Adams. Mr. Coons will occupy the position recently vacated by Shir ley Christy. He is from Pueblo, Colo rado, and has been superintendent of the company's agents in that district. HOTTER THAN PHOENIXt-G. W. Shaw, masonry inspeeter of the Roosevelt dam, has just returned from a two months' trip to South Dakota He has taken a house in Phoenix and will locate his family here perma nently. His first comment on re turning was that he was glad to get to a cool sM)t. He said he had never exiicricnccd such a hot thirty days In his life as the time he spent In the northern state. MOTHER MISSING Charles H. Butts, who lives on South Sixth ave nue, reports that his mother is missing. She left the house last Thursday and Butts thought at first that she had sim ply gone to te country to visit friends. When no word was received from her, he notified the police. He learned that rhe had bought a ticket for Bisbee. and as she has neither relatives or friends in that town, a telegram was sent to the marshal there to find the woman. A GROCERY SHOWER Pedes trians were made to enjoy a grocery commodity shower in front of the Owl drug store yesterday afternoon about two o'clock, when one of the A. Wetz- ler delivery wagons hitched to a rath er sleepy horse, made a sudden dash. overturning the wagon and filling the atmosphere full of kerosene, gasoline. Ivory soap and all manner of fresh vegetables. Breaking awav from the wagon, the horse stopped after going around 4he corner, and was taken to he barn with one shaft dragging. No one was hurt. 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! DO NT 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. WE'RE THAT KIND. H. A. DIEHL & CO. I West Washington St. A Fit For Every Foot. COMING FROM KANSAS William Vest of Phillipsburg. Kansas, with his family, arrived In Phoenix yesterday after taking an overland trip through Oklahoma. Texas, New Mexico and coming by the way of Roosevelt. He is stopping at the home of his brother-in-law. Frank M. Cole, for a short time. Mr. Vest has been won to the Salt River Valley through the col umns of The Republican, which he has taken for several months. He ex pects to procure a ranch here and make Phoenix his home permanently. William Vest Is a veteran of the civil war, having fought with the Sixty fourth Illinois, enlisting in 1800. DIDN'T KNOW WE HAD STREET CARS F. P. and G. M. Fowler, who have been In the central states with an Arizona exhibit, returned Satur day. The exhibit consisted of the products of the territory's mines and u large hutnber of photographs of the vallev, many of them the panoram views that give such an excellent Idea of things as they are out here. They exhibited in Indianapolis, Ind.; Milwaukee and Sheboygan, Wis. Mr. Fowler stated that the ignorance in regard to the territory that they met with was something appalling. "They don't even know that Phoenix is the capital of the territory and seemed surprised hen 1 told them visitors we had street cars," he said. A NEW ONE "Harvey" Betts of the Santa Fe has sprung a new advertis ing stunt for the famous Fred Harvey meals in the shape of a very artistic little booklet, which will make one hungry to even look at the cover. The illustrations are exceptionally fine, the matter interesting and easy to read, and considerable information is given, not only aliout the Harvey menu, but about the points of interest along the Santa Fe and hints to travelers. Elbert Hibbard has said of the Harvey meals: "Fred Harvey? Do you know that name? If not, your education has been neglected." Mr. Betts has said that Fred Harvey set a standard of excellence, and it is none too easy to live up to the Harvey reputation. "GOOD CLOTHES AND NO OTHER KIND" You've only a few days more in which to buy these splendid clothes at such low prices. We can't say too much about the wisdom of buying now; but the prices speak for themselves; read oyer what follows and then see if you don't think it will pay you well to buy today. All Ilirsh-AViekwire and Alfred' Benjamin Two-Piece Suits' in the store are priced this wav; The $35.00 ones ." $23.35 The $32.50 ones .$21.65 The $.0.00 ones. .$20.00 The $27.50 ones $18.40 The $25.00 ones $16.65 The $22.50 ones $15.00 The $20.00 ones ....$13.35 The $17.50 ones .$11.70 And the Three-Piece Suits are juiced this wav; The .$35.00 ones " $24.50 The $32.50 ones: $22.75 The $30.00 ones .$21.00 The $27.50 ones $19.25 The $25.00 ones , $17.50 The $22.50 ones $15.75 The $20.00 ones $14.00 The $17.50 ones $12.25 We've still a big lot of those line $2.00 and $2.50 dress shirts; pleated and plain bosom; A pi white and colors &LyZj All broken lines of summer underwear which sold at from 75c to $1.50 are KEZr priced now, garment 1 DC All Elkskin shoes and oxfords, white, black, cream and brown; which sold at $4.00 are now CIO priced at, choice ipUJ I5HESHUB 3E 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 what you want. ELVEY & HULETT Quality Druggists Never Substitute. Same Old Phone Main One 27 East Washington St. Fall Term, twenty-lirst year, Phoenix. DEATH OF W. B. CHAPIN Civil Engineer W. 15. Chapin, who for the past live months has been a resident of Phoenix for his health, died Satur day night after an illness that had lasted over a year. Mr. Chapin. who is well known In Boston engineering circles, comes here from one of the old aristocratic families of New Eng land. Close confinement and over work brought on the illness which he could no tshake off nor the health restoring air of I'hoenix relieve. He came here from Springfield, Mass., in April, acompanied by his wife. He lived in a little cottage nt 71 Third avenue until his dentil. Sat urday night, seldom coming to town. The services will he held under the auspices of the Masonic l.Mlge of the city today at 4 p. m. and his body will be placed in the Rosedale ceme tery. Members of the Masonic lodge und sojourners are requested to be at Sporting Goods We are prepared to equip Baseball and Football Teams, and for the next fifteen days we will sell Heath's Official League Balls at $1.25 each or per dozen. Berrjhiirs Big Book Store "The Thirsty Man's Retreat." 3C opens, Monday, Sept. 13, at Arizona the lodge room at 3:30 today. Mrs. Chapin will probably return east In a few days. There are no children. LICENSED TO WED A marriage license was issued yesterday to Joso Iteyes and Dolores Arcia. MASONIC NOTICE. The memlwrs of Arizona Ixidge No. 2, F. and A. M.. are requested to meet at the hall at 3:30 p. in. for the purpose of attending the funeral of Hro. Vm. B. Chapin, late a member of Springfield Iodge at Springfield, Mass. Sojourning brethren are fra ternally invited to attend. S. J. MICMELSON, W. M. Silver Bits and Spjrs. Stock Saddles. Ssddlery Goods of all kinds. See our Suit Cases. N. PORTER 40 Wsst Washington 8t. Tslsphone Main 69. EDISON RECORDS for . i SEPTEMBER are now on sale. Come in and 1'iear them: Miller-Sterling Co. 9-11 East Washington Street. : uilders3 I Hardware 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 designs from the moderate priced to the nioiv costly kinds. We will gladly furnish you an estimate on your requirements. Talbot & Hubbard "The Hardware Store." GOOD TIME A clean watch means good time to you for years to come. True economy In a time poce lies in cleanliness. The delicate parts doing Indescribable w .rk 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 n'jw, bring it into us and we will guarantee you good time. Our charges are reasonable. ROSENZWEIG CHIROPODIi. Painless removal o Corns, (0 cents emel Bunions. Moles anf Warts, removed b electricity. Ingro 2. S in 'foe-nalls a spe t-iait). Men, Ladles and Childrei treated day or evenings. Betweei First and Center St, on Adams Phone Red 1071. FRANK SHIRLEY Quality Counts In conjunction with the best Teas and Coffees in the market you probably do not know that we carry the most complete line of Heinz goods in the city. Come in and investigate. VALLEY TEA AND COFFEE HOUSE, Phone Red 2601. 131 N. Center The Place to Buy Your Vegetables and Fruits. Where variety and price are combined and that is A. WETZLER 35 W. Washington St., Phone Main 259. V M' M I I M 1 1 I I ? 1 I 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 For a TRUNK, SUIT CASE J or TRAVELING BAG See the COLLINCS VEHICLE AND HARNESS CO. J. First Door East of Hotel Adams J, ELECTRIC FANtS Sold, Rented and Repaired. ARIZONA ELECTRIC CO. Tel. Black 8534. V. R. N Moore & McLellan Undertakers and Embalmere, Lady Assistant. 11 West Adams Street Telephone Main 123. MUHUHIIII IIIHMII1I I We make a specialty of X Box Trade Drachm Cigar Co I n 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 WHAT MONEY WILL DO AT D. W. WHSIams Grocery Cs No. 42 No. 1st Ave. 16 lbs. Beet Sugar for.. J 1.00 15 lbs. Cane Sugar for.. g?. 00 S cans any kind of Lye....25 Columbian Pie Pumpkin, 154 Gallon can Pie Pumpkin. 45 Gal. can Pie Blackberries 50 GaL can Pie Peaches 5044 Gallon can Pie Apricots... 45 Gallon can Pie Apples 45 Armour's Pork and Beans. can X0 Van camp's Pork an! ens, 10 If you warn It quick Phone Main 173. . ttMMIMtlHtiiniMMl W. A. REYNOLDS Contractor and Builder Plans and specifications fur nished free on all work con tracted or superintended by him. I.et me plan your home for you SATISFACTION GUARAN TEED. Phone Red 8255. Residence. 1119 W. Fillmore St. Office, Five Points, Phoenix. t lMM Notice to Republican . . . .Subscribers. . . . Before going away on your vacation, do not fsil to give orders to have The Republican follow you. No trouble to change your address as oftsn as you wish. The Republican is 75 cents per month, (seven days a week.) Phone Main 47, and tm circu lation man will do the rest. orris. Prop. 41 a 1st Ave.