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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 8, 1910.
Py.mps We cany the Fairbanks Morse Standard Line of these goods, and would like to figure with you on your requirements. Rem e m ber NO JOB IS TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL FOR US TO HANDLE Windmills Ezra llf. Thayer A SPECIAL BARGAIN ARMADILLO HAS STRAN6E ' IN OSTRICH FEATHERS From the Big Curio's New and Much Larger Stock. It will be remembered that at the .'.se of the holiday trading season the ostrich feather stock of flalke's BiR "urio store had been all but demol ished; so neariy so that what remain ed of it was sold at a sacrifice in or der that this department of the Big Curio store might start entirely over r.Kin. It has done so; the ostrich T-iume stock has been replenished. An Almost Unbelievable Tale Told of Haffner. Odd Pet. Theodore Haffner and family moved to their ranch yesterday and left the J'ord hotel to the new management. Mr. Haffner took with hlnl "Jock." the armadillo that formerly created amusement for the Ford hotel guests. THE TRAIL OF IKARTHY ENROUTE SOMEWHERE His Recent Presence in Doming Dis closed by Receipt Here of Worth less Check. One. V. V. McCarthy, who operated in Phoenix recently, is leaving a. trail on his journey toward Mexico, where he is now supposed to lie. Mr. Mc Carthy while in I'hoenix wan a digni fied tiieariii wntlfiiiuii of apparent greut meaiis. all of which ho intended to invest in Phoenix and the Salt River valley. Most of ,the real estate men formed his acquaintance and talked with him about this or that ranch or this or that block. Ho was always) going to buy but never unite reached the point of buying. His caution sharpened the appetite of the real estate men. for he was evi dently a man with money who knew the value of it and when he once got started to buying there was no tellmg when he would stop. The first agent who would break the Ice would be lucky man. Suddenly Mr. McCnrlhy 'disappeared from town. The day before he hnf borrowed a tririe of sr.rt from a mni who exwc ted to get far moo back ti he- shaio of commissions. The gen tleman who let liim have the mone has not 1een shouting the details of that transaction from the housetops. He probably would not have men tioned it at nil if the subject of Mc Carthy had not been revived yesterday by the receipt at the Valley Rank at several checks on that institution which he had cashed at Dentins;. While here McCarthy did not deposit any part of his great wealth in the Val ley or any other bank. V 03 You Cannot Buy Better Than the Best YOU CANNOT GET MORE THAN THE MOST. If you seek Clothes to suit your body, your charac ter and your purse, you owe yourself the treat of inspecting ' STEIN BLOCH SMART CLOTHES For Gentlemen. The highest grade wholesale tailors in America. Full showing of Winter Suits and Overcoats in endless variety. Every new weave and fabric that is stylish is ready, here for your choosing. $20.00, S25.00, $27.50.and Up to $40.00. Our salesmen will be pleased to show you the as sortment, try them on and will not urge vou to buv. Tho busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made is Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They do the work whenever you require their aid. These tablets change weakness into strength, listlcssness intov energy gloominess into Joyousness. Their ac tion la so gentle one don't realize they have, taken a purgative. Sold by all Dealers. Dr. Emmons, optical parlors, 368 N Fourth avenue. THE MAKING OF AN AMERICAN. It is a matter of everyday observa- Jock was temporarily placed in the j tion that the first generation born of chicken coop till better quarters ate made for him. He got into trouble almost at once. The chickens eyed There is a larger stock' than evor. him with displeasure and occasionally Only black and white plumes are kept but arrangements have been made so that plumes of any color may be made up within twenty-four hours. It Is only necessary for those desiring col ored feather to bring the article which they wish to match and it will be done. The stock of the Big Curio store consists entirely of native grown feath ers and all of th'in are made up here took a peck at his boiler plate. The armadillo didn't even feel the pecks and went on picking up bugs with his long slender tongue that looks just like a watch spring unwound. He rambled about the coop in search of game and finally without malice or forethought approached the big Minorca rooster. The rooster had his eye on a mealy bug and so had J'Kk. The Minorca's except the willow plumes, of which ) attention was distracted from tho bug there is a Till stock.' Thej are hand- j as the armadillo bore down on him tied and are therefore guaranteed to, like a toy battle shin on four legs. nuiwieniy jock snot out his long slim last as long as other plumes. Willow plumes have fallen into disrepute on account of the slovenly work in the preparation and in consequence some of them have hardly lasted a season. Those of the Big Curio store are guar- nnt..od :inrl norchsiRers of these Illumes .. ,.11 .... oil nthfw Ci-jVf.fi ' one-third of the price they would have to pay cisewhere. The Hig Curio store h:yi made this special feather offer which will be ;,-.v.d lor only one week: A beautiful rooster returned the look and would j.l'iine twenty-six inches in length and ; not let go. He could not let go for he from ten to teb- inches wide, wfll ' had swallowed most of it As he could lie sold for Mil, hut not, more than one 1 rot lute it off or swallow the arr-a- to the same person. ili'lo hi- just glared and Juvk glared buck tongue eight inches of it and nailed the mealy bug on the end. The roos ter saw this slender, writhing tongue and said to himself, "Ah, ha! an angle worm, and out of the season at that!" So he at once seized on the delicacy his end of it and swallowed it gulps. Then the rooster found himself face to face w ith the armadillo. Jock looked the rooster in the eye and made a low, whining noise. The Navel Cull Oranges. $1 .00 per box. Crump Hay & (Train Co. LATEST DESIGNS IN TAPESTRIES. Mr. Haffner was attracted by the scuffle in the hieken yard and opened the gate and went in. At first he did not quite realize just what had hap peneil, but presently he saw about an Just received, the latest patterns in; inch of tongue that the rooseter had silk damasks, tapestries and velours. not swallowed and that bound the two They are beauties! During this month! together. only we will make special low. prices t is with d-p reluctance that the on workmanship and supply materials conclusion of this sad tale is chron at wnoiesaie rates. ve nave oniy a i. led. for some might think that the iew ! our grey nalr Hiiuiresses i-ii halo of Ananias and the medals of which we will continue to sell at M"i; i(.,r()n , unf.ilaMq..n h:id m.e,i t , iirlhy citizen of Phoenix. Mr. Haffner had no desire to am putate his pet's lingual apparatus, so long as thev last. You'd lietter hurry! Mattresses made over and re turned 'same day. 1'IIOKNIX rPHOLRTERT CO. 42 W. Washington St. Phone Blk. 4781. Nrtvel Cull Oranges, $100 per box. Crump Hay & Grain Co. Have your Suits cleaned and .pressed at Kals man's The Tailor 17 South Second Street Tel. 1 Slack :iiiiiiiiiiiii3iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiEiiiii'i he hurried back into the house and quickly returned with a small can, at Cayenne pepper. This he held for a brit i rpace under the Minorca's nos trils and a moment later the big roos ter sneezed out all that he had swal lowed of the armadillo's tongue. Jock is now chained out in the front yard and used as a watch dog. Clearance Sale Of All Millinery P Off FRANCIS Cor. Second St. and Washington. YOU CAN SOLVE ine -weaK stomach problem very quickly and satisfactorily if, you will give the Bitters a fair trial, and the sooner you start the better It will be for you. HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS has a record of cures extending bac' over 56 years, so that you are not ex perimenting when taking It. You'll fin it splendid in cases of Indigestion, Dys pepsia, Costiveness, Cold and Grippe Be sure to get a free copy of our 191 Almanac from your Druggist or Dealer u Navel Cull Oranges, 11.00 per, box. Crump Hay & Grain Co. foreign stock upon our soil shows an extraordinary change in manners and appearance. Perhaps the change in dress accounts for a good deal of the alteration, and the American speech and slang, so readily acquired by chil dren born here, count for much. . But some change in features and expres sion is usually to be noticed; and not infrequently the alien nationality seems wholly lost, save as a remote suggestion. All these rough impressions are now in a measure confirmed by the recent report of the immigration commission The statistics apply to too small an area of Investigation to warrant con elusive findings, but as a tentative generalization the report is of striking interest. The investigation has been conducted under the supervision of Professor Franz Boas of Columbia university, and has been confined to this city, and to two types of aliens. Sicilians and East Kuropean-Hebrews'. The summary of the conclusions in dicated is as follows: "American environment can. of course, exert only a slight influence upon the adult arriving in this couu try; and even the child arriving on our shores is not very much modified in its development. The investigations have, however, given the entirely un expected result that the descendant of the immigrant radically changed liis type. It is shown that the American born children of the long-headed Si cilians and those of the rouiul-headeil East European Hebrews have very' nearly the same intermediate head form. The children of the long-headed Sicilians are more round-headed, the children of the round-headed He brews are more long-headed than their parents. Similar changes are traced in the development of the faces of these types." All this is an interesting and sur prising discovery. Ksccially is the alteration in the type of head note worthy. Professor Boas goes on to remark that these changes appear in children liorn almost immediately nft er the arrival of immigrants and that thereafter the change in type takes place much more slowly. Thus, the conclusion is that the generation born upon American soil, even to parents but newly arrived, displays a marked alteration in type. As is indii-nted In the r .rl itself. caution must Ih- used in dealing with these conclusions until they are con firmed by more extensive investiga tions. Furthermore, the scoie of in quiry may well be extended into other valuable lines of the crossing of ra-es. all of which matter will have a sig nificant bearing upon the whole prob lem of assimilation. These prelimi nary figures, however, are an ex ceedingly welcome contribution to the scientific study of one of the most baffling, as it is one of the most vital. problems of the nation. New York Evening Sun. i - .jiiilM THIS lABEL STANDS YEARS OF KNOWING HOW BOYS' SUITS AND OVERCOATS $4, $5,$6 TO $12. We are showing these in Dlue, Black, Grey and all the new Dark Mixtures. Some of them have tra pants, Bring the boys here and let ex- us Dr. Hibbard la Known Through out tho Southwest a a leasing Specialist In Chronic Disease He has the con fidence and patron age of the leading business men and most Drominent cit izen v .-iriaon. The Doctor is m grad uate of Harvard Medical Col It-Re. Was formerly a member of the Ktiode Island and Coiwrndo State Medical Societies, and United States Pension Kxamin-r. Health Is wealth Economy to be well! Are you sufff-rinir from some chronic affec tion? Are you weak, si' k and unable to perform the ordinary duties of life? If so, bewatH of patent medicines, in experienced am! unskilled physicians. Dr. Jiihbard employs none but rational and scientific methods he uses no .in jurious dru;?3 in removing the poisonous effect, of HIXKtO AND PK1VATK HIS KASKS from the svstcm. SEXUAL WEAKNESS, with all Its ban e ml . r fect positively cured by the latest and lst remedies. Chronic, nervous, blood, kidney, urinary, bladder and special dis eases treated in a strict! up to date manner. All who have been unsuccess fully treated elsewhere are especially invited to call Consultation free. Hours 10 to 12, 1 to 3. Office and residence Monroe and Third Avenue. Southeast corner, two blocks frurn center of city. H i i 1 1 t- m i 1 i i i 1 1 1 1 tf I French Kitchen I BEST EATING I PLACE IN THE I CITY. IlllllllilillllllUllllll them up. Shoes you il so aerrjs at Mm OVTFiTTZtUt TO ME Hats The ENGLISH KITCHEN We have i Room Help. RESTAURANT Army of Dining QUICK 8ERVICE GUARANTEED 44-45 East Adams St American institution. Usually he worked uo from the bottom, where he did handy work In his division or dis- awa' trlet. until he became a district leader.; Then he gathered unto himself a few; fully for the bosses. The old convention system v. as done with. Under the new system all the bosses had to do was to send' uel l,s "Sure with you on the ma- i word to the division leaders to line' '''I-W" can give you the best lum- Are Yon Going to Build? IMMINENT DEPRECIATION. mMiiiimmiiimiiiimiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiir? "What is the valueVif the contents of this trunk V asked the customs in spector. "Which do you mean?" asked Miss Cayenne: "their value -now or after you get through mussing over them?" Washington Star. o Mound City Paints are better. Phoenix Hardware Company. o Navel Cull Oranges, 11.00 per box. Crump Hay Sc Grain Co. more district leaders, who supported, up the voters for so nnd so. The him. arid after that the'y called him. "heelers" rang door bells, got out the boss. j "regulars." and the primary elec tion There developed a gradual resent-1 was" carried with a whoop. The "inde ment bn the part of the people against, pendent" voter, never too ready to run the dictatorship of men not elected byj to the polls, now remained even more them to any office a man who was: obstinately in his home, because the nothine more than a self -constituted i work of voting was doubled. So the ruler. t bosses had things their own way. And at last came the direct prl-j And now comes along Dr. Eliot with maries. AH the big cities put the plan his paralyzing decree against the new into effect. Even Philadelphia, of 'eforni, "Too expensive and Ineffect "corrupt and contented" fame, tried it.' ive." It looks as though the direct pri It was' the new thought movement in' muries will have to go, and just at politics, and, as reform was rampant' a timewhen the bosses were beginning in the Quaker City at the time, theyj to regard the system as an ideal in thought that they would give it a trial.' strument for carrying out their pur And they did. And it worked beauti-' poses. Washington Post. ber for your money as well as insure you against delays from lack of mate rials as we carry a very large and complete stock of everything in Lum ber, Sash, Door and Millwork, Ce ment, Roofings, etc You are always welcome here whether you are now ready to buy or not. BENNETT LUMBER CO. Come in and Look at Our Stock. Bright and Steady T1 JBSRfo Lamp J u JA r A bright and steady light depends upon the construction of the lamp. The best skill has put forth its best effort in perfecting the Rayo Lamp. As the air is fed to the flame so does the light bum. The easy-flowing current of air through the air-tube of the Rayo Lamp secures a uniform light, with never a flicker or flare. The ideal family lamp. Made of brass through out and beautifully nickeled. The Rayo is a low-priced lamp, but yon cannot get a better lamp at any price. - Once a Rayo user, always one very Dealer Everywhere. If Not at Yours, Write lor Descriptive CircuUx to the Keasejtt Agcnty oi the STANDARD OIL COMPANY (Incorporated) DR. O. L. MA HONEY hnving made diseases nf ih f'f fa r sml J throat a spwlalty for ixt?n years before ominje to Phoenix. will now resume t!ie praftloe of hfs for mer Hpecialty. Office at residence, 116 Vtt Wsshincmn St. Office hours from ft to 11 a. m. snd 2. to S p. m. GOLD HOTEL ANTON-vGOLD, Prop. Third and Washington Streets. Fin Clean Located. Rooms. Centrally Give us a call. Nice Restaurant combined. OR. ELIOT AND THE DIRECT PRIMARY. Tn the face of all the plaudits of the populace, the general assertion that di rect primaries have transferred back tn the people the powers taken from them by the bosses. Dr. Charles W. Elliot, formerly president of Harvard. has come out flatly with the statement that the new system is expensive and absolutely futile. Dr. Eliot points out that the direct primaries'. virtually call for two elec tions to carry the candidate Into of fice. This simply doubles the trouble of the voter. It Is hard enough to in duce the average citizen to go, to the voting booth once without increasing the burden. Incidentally, the cost is doubled. The real object of the primary elec tions was to take the nominating power from the hands of the bosses. The city boss had become, a rcmnrlmlilp1 A BIG SALE House Furnishings for ovoryhotly. Wc must make room for two carloads of household goods and money to pay for them. To do this tjuiekly we will sell our entire stock of new and second-hand goods at reduced prices. "We furnish your house complete with little expense to you. The opportunity of the season! Price and quality is our salesman. Sec our goods and hear our prices. H. G. EDWARDS 27 South Second Street. Phone Main 4011. Phoenix, Arizona. MOHN & DRISCOLL FUNERAL OIREOTOR8 GILLETT The Tailor 17 W. Adams St Established 1892. Im porter of Scotch Wool ens. Prices moderate. t i ii i m i M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 i n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i f Ball Bearing Mowers I LONG HARDWARE COMPANY. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n i ii ii 1 1 1 1 1 Woodford NO. 333 NORTH SECOND First-clas8( private hotel. Fine table. Boarders also taken. Cen tral location, one block from new postoffice site. AVENUE. PHONE. BLACK 9101. 3C Best on the Market. Maricopa Creamery Cheese Suits the trade. Mari copa Creamery Pasteur ized Cream sells all over Arizona. THE MISSION A resort far gentleman. The original BUDWEI8ER BEER on draught. FRANK CONNELLEY, Prop. Another Car National Biscuit Co. Crackers, Cakes and Cookies Just . Arrived. All Package goods sold at marked price on -package Ask Your Grocer I E. S. Wakelin Grocer Co. Distributors J