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. THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 27, 1910..
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CASH STORE FOR
Woven Wire; Fencing
Large Size Steel Ranges
, Remember always
that we save you
money in the Big
22-24 West Washington
.1 ACCURACY -
' It is .all-Important that efficiency
and accuracy,, predominate in optical
work simple' or complicated.
"We hold your eyes and our reputa
tion above" all financial . interest.
The courtesies of our office are
cheerfully extended to .you always.
Optician and Optometrist.
11S W. Washington St. Phoenix. A. T.
A 10-cent cigar in qua
lity but sells for 5c.
Try it the next time
LOVETT DRUG. CO.
N. W. Cor: Center and
Telephone Main 18.
S. A. Echlin
JAS. P.. LEE & CO.
In the Travesty production
. Big Feature Musical Program
New Wirtirob. and Scenery
New. Pictures and Songs.
Big Dance Friday Night
Highest market price paid for
all kind of .hides, wool pelts,
eta - t .t .,, M
Fifth: .and Jaeksga Streets.
PKomyTIain 'Sit P." O. Box 36.
J. U SCOTT, MGR.
DAILY WEATHER REPORT
Local Daily Weather Report for The
Arizona Republican. '
Forecast for today: Par.tly cloudy,
Data for 2i hours ending Gf30 f. in
yesterday: 5:30 5:30
liaromctcr. inches 2U.7S 2U.72
Temperature, degrees SS
Sensible, or wet temp.-: ..G8
Dew point, degrees..'. 57
Humidity, per 'cent . ....3S
Wind direction E
Wind velocity, miles C
Hainfull, inches .......... 0
Weather Pt. cldy Cldy.
Mean daily humidity , 30
Moan daily temperature
HigheSt Venifieraturo- ...
Lowest temperature . . .
rainfall ,. 0
Excess in' temperature yesterday It
Excess in temperature since- first
of month 2S degrees.
Accumulated excess. in temperature
since January 1. 0 "degrees.
Deficiency in rainfalf yesterday 0:03
Deficiency in rainfall since first df
month 0.S3 inch. .
Accumulated deficiency in raJilfall
since January 1, 2.7S inches.
L. N. JESUXOFSKY. .
STORED WATER SUPPLY.
The elevation of the water in the
Kooscrelt reservoir -yesterday way
S3.75 "feet indicating it stored water
Supply of 53.130 acre fnt. Tli
mal flow 6f the Salt and" A'erjle fivers
at Cnihlt? Reef danf whs 'lS.Gii.l
miner's inches. The flow of the Salt
river at the joint head was 2320
inches. Water used for irrigation yes
terday amounted to 25,000 inches on
the north side ami 12.CC9 inches on
the south side. The water will run
in the canals today as follows: Ari
zona canal IS hours to the quarter
section; "Grand-Appropriators 24
hours; Maricopa 21 hours. The Salt
Will he dry.
PRESCOTT ATTORNEY rtobert
E. Morrison of Prescott is a visitor
in Phoenix. He is staying at tlie
TO VISIT IN LINCOLN MisS
Evangeline Fosburg left last evening
over the Santa Fe for Lincoln.. Neb...
where she will be the guest of friends"
BACK FROM TRIP Mr. and Mrs.
D. II Shultz of 1130 East Van Burcn
street have returned from a. two
months' trip fo the toast cities and
ARTICLE BY GOVERNOR 'fllie
September number of the Sunset
magazine contains an article called
"Arizona, the "Forty-seventh Star." It
was written by Governor Sloan.
LUTHERAN SERVICE The Eng
lish Lutherans have services in the
"VV. C. T. U. hall on Monroe street,
between Second and Third avenues;
August 2Sth", at 10:30. All Lutherans
cordiaiy invited. Sermon by Rev.
George Luetke. ;
ARIZONIANS ON THE COAST
The following are recent Arizona arid
EI Past arrivals at Hotel Rosslyn,
Los Angeles: Thos. Dc Molloy, Yu
ma: Bob Hersey. Tuceton; M. AVeUcfc
and wife. AVinsiow; F. J. Coyle,
Phoenix: Tom Coyle, Phoenix; Enos
Coyle, Phoenix; .Mrs. F. J. Coyle
Phoenix; Preston Jones, Phoenix: R.
M. Euehler. Phoenix; I. J. Aycrs and
wife, EI Paso; K. Meyers, Phoenix;
Thos. Light, Globe.
AN ARIZONA JUDGE Judge Geo.
Ii. Davis, formerly of Tucson, was
one of the three judges of tlie su
perior court of Los Angeles who was
snowed under by the Goo-goos In the
recent election. Judge Davis was a
man of fine legal attainments and
occupied with distinction a position
ori the superior court bench. He watf
formerly judge of the district court
at Tucson. All three of the superior1
court judges were turned down. '
SURVEYS APPROVED The sur
veyor general has approved Mineral'
Survey No. 2S13, Only Shov ioda
mining claim, situated In the Afo.
Mining district, Pima county, ami
claimed by tne New Cornelia 'Conncfj
company', as well as Mineral Survey'
.No. 2U9, embracing the New York
Chicago and Sah Francisco lodes,
situated in the Black Hock Minim
district, Yavapai county, and claim
ed by the Black Rock Mining com
pany. Limited, iind- J. W. Muhchus.
Better See l)
The McNeil Co.
126-128 Washington St.
All Kinds of -School Supplies.
OF LOCAL INTEREST J
TO KANSAS CITY D. O Le
v;i a. passenger last eveninir uuon
J the jCalifor,nia Uimited of the Santa
i-e .en route to Kansas City, when
he will visit, friends and relatives for
GOES TO DENVER Mrs. S. II.
Sherman left last night over the
Santa Fc for Denver. She will be
absent frbin city several months
ari'd frl'li visit at riiany joints in
returning to Phoe-
SUIT FOR DIVORCE Action for
divorce was filed in district court yes
terday by Louise E. Boone against
,Wl.llifUi V. Boope on the ground of
failure . to support. The parties were
married in Union City, Tcnn., almost
thirty years ago. The papers were
filed by the plaintiff in person.
HAS TAME FOX Some'bcidy
brought a young fox to the fire de
partment house yesterday and the
minilte Lester O'l-pnrv Knotted It lie:
Oeclcicck to have, the brush with the-'
fox attached. lie finally succeeded
in making the purchase, and another
net has been added to the collection
al the hbild of which stands the
vriyotc Of tiie fire boys.
GOES EAST. TO BUY Mrs. Kate
Kirtlund, buyer for the hiillinery de
partment of the New York store, left
last evening for New York and other i
eastern cities. She will meet Man-
y.t . . T 1.-1- .1... X
iiger amines vorricK ui uic ! i
yiiii simu, WI1IIU III ltMh, mm
together they may be depended upon
to secure the season's latest offerings
in .millinery. Mrs. Kirtland will bo
gone several weeks.
STORE IS BURGLARIZED The
Midway confectionery store at Five
Points, conducted by AValter George,
was entered sometime early yesterday
morning by burglars, evidently boys,
whd took away a large quantity of ice
cream, tobacco, candy, grapes, water
melons and two cases of pop. George
reported the affalrto the police, but
no clue liad been obtained last night
as to the probable identity of the ma
rauders. - '
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Services tohiorriw, August 28th, will
be as follows: Sunday school, 9:45
a. in.; Y. P. S. C E. prayer meet
ing, '7 p. m. ,Morping and evening
church services will be union meet
ings at tlie Baptist church, corner of
Third avenue and Monroe street, at
11 and 8, respectively. AH are In-
vited to these meetings. Presbyterian
church at the corner of Adams street
and Third avenue.
.FOREST FIRE SMOKE For the
next ten days or so there will be less
sunshine in this sun-kissed land than
usual at this time of the year. Yes
terday morning the drifting smoke
from the northwestern forest fires
made its appearance and grew denser
witli the day. Late in the afternoon
it was so pungent as to be unpleas
ant and the mountains nearest the
.city were obscured by it. It may be
expected to increase In density for
ihe next day or two.
OFF FOR THE COAST Leon Ja
cobs, assistant clerk of the board of
supervisors, irft last night for the
coast, where he will spend a month.
He will put In the greater part 6f
his time with his sister, Mrs. Alex
'.Mendelsohn, at Ocean Park, and will
devote himself to breaking the fish
ing record in tlie adjacent waters.
The departure of Mr. Jacobs was
made possible by the return of Clerk
V. E. Thomas, who had been spend
ing a few days at Iron Springs.
IT WAS NOT MR BULLARD The
friends of District Attorney Bullard
insisted yesterday that he was the
"politician" mentioned in the story
yesterday morning of an automobile
accident on North Center street, wnen
two machines were racing at fifty
miles an hour. The Republican hap
nens to know that Mr. Bullard was
no! concerned In the accident, uc
side, though he is an enthusiastic au-
tomobillst. he is not a speeder, ami
he has done more than any other
man to Impress upon automobile own
ers and drivers the necessity of an
observance of the laws regulating
NOT THE RIGHT WHEEL Ed
ward Mori-ell borrowed a wheel from
a friend yesterday morning and rode
down town. Later he mounted it and
rode back from his starting place.
When he offered his friend the bi
cycle he had ridden back there was
the dickens to "pay. The "friend vowed
that it vasn't his wheel and Morrell
was equally positive that it was the
wheel he liad taken. The bicycle
"was finally left at the police station,
while search is being made for the
.missing wheel. The wheel at the po
lice station is' a Pierce, with a red
frame, silver forks and spring sad
dle; The wner can get dame by
proving' ' property.
OVERCbME feY H EAT A Mexican
was brought in frpm Burris' ranch,
twelve miles west of the city, last night
iria bad way with heat. MV. Burris
arrived with him a little before mid
night. The Mexican had been em
pljycd.buifdfng fence and when lie did
rolni-n tn tilP llMl'lHA .'it flight Ml",.
Burris Went to look him tip. 'He founfl'i
him unconscidtis. Yesterday was said
by Observer Jesunofsky t6 be the
Worst dav of the season. The ther
mometer did not make' auitc so high
a showing as it has done on other 'days.
hut th? combination of neat and humi-j
dity made it the least bearable of all X
days for this season ana one oi me
worst of nvhich thefc is any Ipcal rec
HAS BLACK EYE Motorcycle Po-i
iicomun Thompson has a "badly bruised
ontic. He might have Teceived ft in
conflict "with an unruly violat r of theH
sliced laws or he. might have been
bucked from his-gaisoline bronco. There!
are many things which might have
happened which didn't, to .give hTm the
"(loused jrUm:1" 3Cot because it's any
particular bit of news, but 3ti.-t so thaH
his many frlonds inay be able to cease
inquiring U '-an fee stated that "Mis,
sourl'' was engaged in a friendly 'box-;
In bout Thursday afternoon. In wme
manner his foot slipped "and "as hel
'luhfced forward -his ei'o came in forei
Me contact AVfth the 'elbow or iMse
friendly antagonist. And -that's all",
there -is about 'it. except 'that Thompson
used up about an the iuTcy eef-stea'ks
la Jown ., yesterday dn endeavoring to
dispel the discoloration. Boxing is bail
for the pyes anyway you go at it.
GONE TO LOS ANGELES C. A.
Grommett, who has been connected
with construction Work oh the Ari
zona & California railroad, left last
evening on "The- Phoenix" for Los
EVIDENTLY DEMENTED Frank
Oliver was yesterday turned over to
the county by the police and h3 will be
examined as to his sanity. fJIiver ap
peared at the police station arid told
all manner of things about himself,
stating that he was a stenographer and
an expert at mowing lawns. He had
worked at the. Texas state capitol and
on a ranch in Arizona. He claimed he
came here from Globe.
A GAME INFESTED REGION Ob
server Jesunofsky of the weather
bureau yesterday made application to
Chief of Police Moore for a permit
to hunt within the city limits. He Jiad
with , him a list of the game he ex
pected to bag. It included two skunks
innumerable rabbits, two coyotes, a
covey or two of quail, meadow larks
and pigeons without number, one wild
eat and one civet. Mr. Jesunofsky is
not intending to engage in the hunt
I for the sport of it .but in defense of
his growing crops and chickens.
Soft Shoes For
A largti shipment ,of
these in both low and
high cut, just received
Prices are Teasomible,
and i the quality the
8 West Washington Street.
MRS. PASCOE VERY ILL Pr
Win Wylic who Is attending M-s. E
E. Pascoc who was seriously in
jured in the automobile accident on
Xorth Central avenue Thursday even
ing, stated last evening that the pa
tient was a very sick woman. He
does not apprehend a serious out
come although her condition Ts still
Among other passengers leaving, this
city last evening on ."The Phoenix."
of the Santa Fo were Mr. and Mrs.
H. C. Mallory, O. It. Feist,. Miss Ger
trude Harvey. E. H. Bauer, for l.os
Angeles; Leon S. Jacobs. J. M. Brown
for San DIcgo, and W. J. Murphy
for Santa Barbara.
IS GIVEN SIXTY DAYS Kay
Robles was before Justice Johnstone
in police court yesterday afternoon,
charged Lwlth vagrancy. There was '
evidence to show that he was able
bodied and could work If he wanted
to. and. lie was given practically the
limit of the law. A number of drunks
also faced Justice- Johnstone and
were given the usual sentence of
fivo dollars or five days In each In
stance. TEMPE REPUBLICANS The Re
publican club of Tempo was reor
ganized last night and is reedy for
the business of the campaign. Be
side the election of officers, h. com
mittee of arrangements was appoint
ed to take charge xof the republican
rally tonight. It is the opinion of
the members of the club that Tempo
will cast a larger majority for the
republican ticket at the coming elcc-J
tion thafiwas ever rolled up in that
precinct" '- "
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BACK FROM THE MOUNTAINS
- VlT. ...Pricc. Sterling Price and P
V. Reibcr returned yesterday from a
forr wcks sojourn in the White
moiuitains where they went on a
firhing and hunting expedition.
Sterling Price said the trout wen so
p!entfHlup thcrc4hiit; it was neces
sary to" stand behind a' tree when
attaching bait to a hook, else the
fish would cmc up and steal ft be
fore the. -proper time. Doves and;
pigeons were plentiful, as were rcar
tracks. They claim to have soon
several bruins but were unable to
get within range. Reibcr said the
hunting wris good, lie never saw bet-:
-ter. ,Ono Could hunt and hunt and
still hunt, but the game wouldnlt
walk Into camp at nil. All three are
brown as berries.
See Berryhill's istock of
BEitRYHILL'S BIG ;
BO 0 K STORE ,
, The Mail Order House.
Harness, Saddles, Silver
Bits and Spurs, Hair Goods,
Navajos, Buggy Canopies,
etc. We have the stock.
. Mter Saddle S
4t W. Washington H,
Phone Main M.
If you need a trunk, suit
case or bag, why not get the
best? It costs you nomore
if you get it at the
433 W. Wash
"Every man is odd,
But we can fit him "
Our experience in the art pf
has spread over many years.
Wo never fail. Sec us at once
if you need a trus3 or suppoVter
of any kind. We keep the stock.
Elvey & Hulett's
Quality Druggists-Never Sub-
- jstltutp. . ,
27-29 E. Washington Stj Phoenix
Phono, Main 1.
Mail orders go out same day
Come In and See
Our Big. Line of Drum
mers' Samples of Box
Paper. The best bar
gain ever offered in
Phoenix. Values up to
$1.50 per ;box, now all
goes at lo 20, 25c.
F. B. Baptist & Co.
11 and 13 N. Center St.
You Can Get it Here.
. .Small size can 5c.. .
By the Case $2.25.
. 'The Live -Grocer.
35 W. Washington .St. ;
Phone M 259.
anil A I
Ink in all colors, mostly
black. Stationery in every
variety. -We can show you
in our store.
i-ll East im t tt nriMrn t tti rr
SPECIFY SARGENT'S HARDWARE OF
and get an artistic as well as a lasting finish at the same price
you would pay for inferior goods. We will gladly furnish you
with an estimate.
' TALBOT & HUBBARD
"The Hardware Store'5 Incorporated
Headquarters for the best of everything in Electrical Supplies.
ARIZONA ELECTRIC CO.
41 8. First Ave. Tel. Black
suits to Order
No More No Less.
See Our Display.
5 West Washington St.
Guaranteed Under the Food and
Drugs Act, June 30th, 190G.
Home Baking Co.
M. J. PETTI D, Manager
' Phone Main 231
PHOENDC - - ARIZONA.
Corner Third and Washington
Call and see the Racy
cle, the best wheel
made. I carry a large
line of Racycles) Bi
cycles and Bicycle Sup
plies. Repairing quick
The Bicycle Man,
25-27 East Adams.
The Racycle Store.
Devote Your Summer
Special Rate for Rental
, W 'Have tho Largest and Most
Complote Stock of
E. THOMA MFG. CO
Housewlrlhg and Electrical SuDnlle
22 South Third Ave., Photnix, Ariz-
A I 11 I w livix f t
the finishing hardware
is one of the most im
V. R. NORRIS, Prop.
Phoenix Oil Co.
City Del. Ph. R 4891:
221 W. Jeff.
"My motor doesn't miss once with"
"Tour gaaoline -works .perfectly In.
"I can burn the last drop, In the
can with my stove."
These are all quoted from the homes
of business men. I guarantee every
drop of oil I sell. If it Isn't good it I
won't cost you a cent for what you
"TIIE HOUSE OF JOHN D."
I. F. WOLPE. Phone, Main 63
S. VV. Cor. Adams & Center St.
5c, 10c and 15c
Biggest values ever teen In
Phoenix at these prices. Trade
where you would in other cities
at the 5, 10 and 15, cent Store.
The R. & I. Variety
1SS E. Washington St.
of Arizona Native Stones is
the most complete in the city.
Call and be convinced. j
Arizona Saddlery Co.
45 N. Center St, Phoenix, Ariz.
Made from especially blended
flour with great care, under
sanitary conditions; It is mixed,
weighed and moulded by ma
chinery scarcely touched by
hand and rnmnLtaJ it :- -
full weight loaf of delicious. -
wiioiciome Dreaa. iuo per loaf.
HALF SIZE 5c.
Phoenix Bakery and
EDWARD EISELE, Prop.
Phone -Main 89.
NEW MODERN i
on Polk Street for rent ?
$15 a month. Inquire ?
212 E. Washington.
fhon, Main .311.
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