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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 1, 1911.
f PAGE TWO . 1 Wm Men's Summer Underwear Natural balbriggan shirts and drawers in all sizes the same quality you pay oOe a garment l'or every where: just for today only, take your choice at 35c each Not more than six to a customer. (HE 4 bbbw Mf 134 3 SUMMER RATES IN T T KEEP POSTED' wish t say that this Mi 1 . s. And the further two months ahead of the usual time, three weeks before Easter, makes the offer decidedly attractive. 5 77 r S. Second I streot ff THE KISSEL KAR 'IJObtJotY NEW STATE AUTO AERIAL COMPANY, TERRITORIAL AGENTS 233 W. Washington Street, Phoenix, Arizona ye THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN'S HOUSEHOLD PREMIUMS APRIL 1st, 1911 REGULAR COUPON No. 138 This coupon signed with the name and address of e. reader of The Republican will be redeemed on any HOUSEHOLD PREMIUM offered by the Arizona Publishing Co. NAiOB '. ; Address City NOTICE A complete set of coupons consists of 30 coupons of consecutive dates only one coupon of each date will be accepted In each set. You can begin saving coupons at any time. Hold your cou pons until you have the full set. Address all orders to CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT, THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN. 12ic Dress Ginghams in , plain colors, cheeks, stripes and plaids, all - new, pretty patterns and the standard 12Vfi qual- ity; just as a special for' todav oulv Not more th'an 12 yards to a customer. m mi aasssT Mm m a m m mm aasssF u tm abbbbv m j m mm - 136 East Washington Street. 8c yard APRIL will certainly be to my many friends and patrons to know that on and after this date Summer Rates will be in force at this shop. To the uninformed I saving to tnem on tneir buit or bKirt. fact that this cut naisman e:,and The Ladies' Tailor ALWAYS IN STOCK TODAY White Shirt Waists in tailored or lingerie styles, all sizes from 32 to 44. You'll pay .$1.50 each of these waists any- where else; just for today onlv take vour choice at 98c each Not more than two to a customer. WHEJACQUTft SECT & TREAS. pleasing news means a large goes into effect K,I TEMPERANCE MEETING BY PHOENIX WOMEN Preparation for Taking Part In Lo cal Option Campaign. By request the following call for a temperance meeting at the Central Jit E. church next Sunday Issued by a large number of the women of Phoe nix, is re-printed. TO THE AVOMEX OP MARICOPA COUXTY: A campaign has been started to rid this city and county of the saloon. It is not necessary to say on which side the manhood and womanhood, the In telligence and righteousness of this community are enlisted. Xor i3 it nec essary to say on which side the women are enlisted. But It is necessary that we, the loyal women of this city and county, do what we can to make our influence felt for the cause of right eousness. It is necessary that we do what we can for the suppression of the saloon infamy. Xext Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at Central M. E. church a meeting for women will be held. Let every woman who possibly can do so attend that meeting. This move is for the defense of the homes and children of Phoenix and Maricopa county. You are interested in this fight. More than any other one class, the wo men of tnis community will be affected by the result of the coming election. This fight is distinctly for the pro tection of the home. The invitation to attend this meeting Is addressed to YOU. It doesn't matter to what club you belong, or whether you belong to any club at all. It doesn't matter to what church you belong, or If you belong to any church at all. This meeting is for all the women. WILL YOU COME? Speakers will tell you something about the saloon business. They may tell you something you never knew nor guessed before. Let every woman who can possibly do so attend this meeting at 3:30 o' clock the afternoon of Sunday, April 2. We respectfully ask the women from the farms to attend. Mrs. Imogen Lachance, 1625 E. Wash.; Mrs. Chas. W. Hunter, 807 XV. Adams; Mrs. E. B. O Xeil, rural route Xo. 2; Mrs. J. C. Wrights. 716 E. Adams; Mrs. C. T. Walters, 1704 E. Wash.; Mrs. A. H. Linebarger, 379 X 2nd Ave.; Mrs. E. A. Braxton, 348 X. f.th Ave.; Mrs. L. B. Christy, 1026 X. Center; Mrs. A. T. Jones, 1324 W. Adams; Miss Olga Coggins, 18 S. 7th Ave.; Mrs. Luella Thomas, (John Wix) 1926 W. Wash.; Mrs. Stanford Collier, 1314 E. Monroe; Mrs. L. D. Dameron, 804 X. 5th Ave.; H. H. Fridline. 406 W. Van Buren; Mrs. Annie Llttlejohn. 221 X. 9th St.; Mrs. Robert S. Fisher, 226 W. Monroe; Mrs. Clara Watts, 820 X. 3rd St.; Mrs. E. W. Reed, 820 X. 3rd St ; Mrs. A. L. Higgins. 606 X. 3rd St ; Mrs. XV. G. Tolleson. 323-X. 7th St.; Mrs. W. Watkins, 2020 W. Wash.; Mrs. H. J. Brazee, McDowell Roaod; Mrs. E. A. Spaulding, 505 X. 6th St.; Mrs. E. C. Bond, 770 E. Pierce; Mrs. W. XV. Ed wards, 1104 X. 2nd St.: Mrs. J. XV. Dor ris, 430 W. Jefferson: Mrs. Frank Reed, 715 E. Pierce; Mrs. John XV. Coverdals, Park Place: Mrs. XV. M. Burk, 315 E. .Westmoreland; Mrs. Anna C. Hirst, 1020 X. Center; Mrs. J. C. Xorton, 344 X. 2nd Ave.; Mrs. A. E. Stewart, 822 X. 3rd Ave.; Mrs. J. H. Langston, R. F. D. Xo. 3: Mrs. C. C Cutehshaw, Maricopa Road; Mrs. A. G. Dulmage, 362 X". 2nd Ave.; Mrs. Samuel Mitchell, 1414 E. Wash.; Mrs. H. A. Hughes. 300 E. Adams; Mrs. F. A. Jones, 356 X. 5th Ave.; Mrs. E. X. Phillips, 521 X. 5th St.; Mrs. Xorris Crossman, 1600 E. Wash.; Mrs. Ellen B. Cole, 309 E. Polk St.; Mrs. C. H. Daidson. 372 X. 2nd Ave.; Mrs. H. A. McKee, 722 XV. Filmore; Mrs. J. L. Irvln, 208 S. 7th St.; Mrs. L. XV. Cog gins. 519 XV. Jefferson: Mrs. F. M. Avis, W. McDowell: Mrs. Walter J. Pepper. Center St.; Mrs. Charles Donofrio, 903 X. Center: Mrs. J. D. Loper. 823 X First Ave.; Mrs. J. Hnrvey Deere, 3rd Ave. and Bennett Lane; Mrs. Geo. Smith. BIde-a-Wee, Park Road; Mrs. Helen Burg. Creighton BIdg.; Mrs. Mary McCormack. 1144 E. Wash.; Mrs. Amy Gandy, 911 XV. Wash.; Mrs. Jen nie C. Gibson, R. F. D. Xo. 2; Mrs. M. A. Donn, R. F. D. Xo. 2: Mrs. E. Mann, R. F. D. Xo. 2; Mrs. J. A. R. Irvine, R. F. D. Xo. l; Mrs. Olive F. Kissling, R. F. D. Xo.. 2; Mrs. M. A. Isvinc, 414 W. Van Buren; Mrs. F. B. Wise. 328 X. 4th Ave.; Mrs. M. A. Thompson, 850 X. 2nd Ave.; Miss M. J. Battin. 504 X. 6th St.; Mrs. A. B. Grfegg, R. F. D. Xo. 4; Mrs. J. F. Pinkerton. 1309 E. Van Buren; Miss Zora L. Smith, 702 X. 4th St.; Miss Dallas M. Lyall. 60S X. 4th St.; Miss Lulu Clifton, 750 XV. Taylor; Mrs. c. A. Massie, 135 W. Monroe: Mrs. T. F. Brown, 950 E. Roosevelt; Mrs. B. Zimmerman. 227 W. Monroe; Mrs. C E. Tannehill, R. F. D. Xo. 2; Mrs. Jen nie Conger, Fowler district: Mrs. J. L. Gant, 120 E. Adams; Mrs. Velma Cus ter, R. F. D. Xo. 2; Mrs. Mary C. Mich aels, X. Center; Mrs. J. W. Mardis, 1505 E. Adams: Mrs. Mira B. Donn. 702 X. 4th St.; Mrs. C. B. Wood, Osborn dis trict; Mrs. T. E. Irvine, 715 X. Taylor; Miss Jennie gevertson, 750 W. Taylor: Mrs. M. A. Ricketts, 1154 E. Pierce; Mrs. B. O. Brown, 390 X. 5th St.; Mrs. Kline, 390 X. 5th St. , Short addresses will be given. The speakers will be Rev. Mr. Campbell, Rex. Robt. Fisher, Charles Cutehshaw and W. M. Burke. o - The following arrivals registered at the Phoenix hotels: At the Hotel Ford R. P. Tally. New York; L. D. Baker, Enid, Okla homa: Orput, Plattsvllle, Wis.; Hen ry B. Shepherd, Chicago; R. T. Rog ers, Xogales: J. E. Sullivan, Los An geles; James Purdy and wife, Hous ton, Tex.; B. R. Baker. Ft. AVayne, Ind.; E. S. Richards, Los Angeles. H. F. Smith, Los Angeles; J. W. Bennle, Clifton, Ariz.; E. Shaw, Globe; Orval Simpson, Chicago; A. W. Hea veurlcl, Xew York; L. Cohen. Xew York; F. E, Cobler, Los Angeles; D H. Calder, Provo, Utah; L. B. Ram PERSONAL MENTION j sey, Shetojcn, Wis.; F. M. Hutzol. El j Paso; Fernand Lungrun, Santa Bar bara, Cal.: D. Zabriska.- Lo's Ange les; Marie P. Cribley, Los Angeles; Ida H. Danny, Los Angeles, John H. Isgrig, Los Angeles; J. W. McGal Hard, Los Angeles; F. L. Richmond, Vicksburg; E. B. Moore, Vicksburg; William Ferdon. Xew York; M. Green berg, San Francisco: C. E. Schultz, Los Angeles; A. McD. Brooks, Roose velt: Mrs. Edwin Paseal, Tempe. At the Adams J. Smally, Tucson: XV. XV. Lewis, Prescott; C. V. Dowd, Eagle Grove, la.; Mr. and Mrs. XV. S.' Pettibone. Cleveland; D. B. Ma roun. Riverside. Cal.; C. E. Schultz, Los Angeles. At the Stag XV. R. Green. Los Angeles; E. P. Conway, Los Angeles; A. J. McMillan, Salt Lake City; F. H. Gorham. Los Angeles; R. Young. Washington, D. C; L. Lewkowits. Denver, Colo.; B. A. Robinson; Stephen A. Abbey, City: G. R. Sta pleton, St. Louis: II. W. AVard. De troit, Mich.; R. R. Larkln, Las Vegas, X. M. At the Commercial hotel AV. - Y: Price, Florence: L. O. Saunders, Pres cott; A'. S. Schranke, Milwaukee, AVIs.; C. Opeltaff. Dayton. O.; H. A. Cartwrlght. Los Angeles; F Hastings. Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Guy Schultz. Hillside. Ariz.; J. H. Keppens, Hill side; W. A. Barnes, Morristown. Ariz.; Bert Rodebach, Salt Lake City; J. S. Mower, Lancaster, Pa.; E. A. Sawyer, AVinslow, Ariz.; M. Gabriel. Los Angeles; II. S. Albers, City; George Hamlin, Relief Mine; H. P Shaddeston, Bisbee; J. II. Pettlt. Bis bee. o ADATICE TO MOTHERS Mrs. Wins low's Soothing Syrup should always be used for children's Teething. It soothes the child softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. S5c a bottle. o NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS MEETING. March 21, 1911. You are hereby notified that thero will be a meeting of the stockholders of the Juanlta Mining and Milling company at the office of E. J. Bennltt, treasurer, Phoenix, Arizona, on Tues day, the 11th day of April. 1911. at .7 o'clock p. m.. for the purpose of elect ing seven directors for the year 1911 and for the transaction of such other business as may properly come before said meeting. D. A. SEAMAX, It Secretary CHICHESTER S PILLS WTT-n. TIJB IMAJIOND UKAND.f A lMAMO.NI 1IUAND P1LLM. for yrirs kcoon u Bet. Safest, Alwn ReliatU SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE Don't Let the Dinner Scorch Avhilc you run out to the drug store. Let us do the running. We like it because it's our busi ness. Phone us your drug Avauts and send us your prescriptions, we make it our business to dehVer promptly. PHONE: OVERLAND 786 BLACK 2721 Ruffin DrusCo. 5West Washington St. RANCHERS Take Notice I make Cement Cul verts, 20 inches to 6 feet in diameter. In addition I make Cement Lawn Vases, Cement Pipes, etc. ffl. L. VIEUX Cement Contractor. Phone Main 249. PHOENIX, ARIZONA J We are agents for the Repl Car STANDARD AUTO COMPANY Ladlrtl Au jor UmuUt for a r'a Diamond jlm.dV 1111 la Krd ud Uold mtulUcW botes, seilcd with Blue Ribbon. J Take no olbrr. Hot ofTonr , DrarrLl. AikforCiri.CIlKH.TEns Maraschino Peach Maraschino Cherry Maraschino Pineapple Dipped In Chocolate Creams These Candies are Acry fresh, A'ery choice, and Ave are sure you Avill find them to your liking. In y- and 1 lb. boxes at $1.00 a pound. The Adams Pharmacy Qppoiita Poitoffic. Cor. Ctntral Ava. and Monro. NEW- Airdome PROGRAM CHANGES SUNDAY, TUESDAY AHB FRIDAY We run film exchange for Arizona and Kew Mexico. Getting Stronger Every Day ' ARIZONA FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY Assets $315,000.00 Reserve fund 26,749.00 Surplus t o policyholders 292,055.00 Ask your agent to get the "Arizona" policy. GILLETT The Tailor 17 W. Adm 81 Established 1892. Im porter of Scotch Wool ens. Prices moderate. COLISEUM High - Glass Vaudeville New People Every Week a ir-::r;.:.;:;:::::. ARIZONA SCHOOL OF MUSIC MRS, SHIRLEY CHRISTY Director Hoffman House Cafe Center and Broadway Owned by Avhite men. Only Avhite help em ployed :: :: :: Harry Criswell, Mgr. YOUNG MEN Pibst's Okay Specific Does ih work. You all Af know it by reputation Priceal' Ftr Sah Ij A. L. BO EH ME Ji "' 11 1 - 1 THE LATEST STYLES OF HAIR GOODS FOR SALE. COMBINGS MADE INTO PUFFS, CURLS AND SWITCHES. FOR A HAIR DRESS, SHAMPOO OR MASSAGE, SEE SHIRLEY & SHIRLEY'S TOILET PARLOR. 30 E. ADAMS ST. PHONE RED 8072. OVERLAND PHONE 2622 Call and see the Eacy cle, the best wheel made. I carry a large line of Ivaeyeles, Bicy cles an1 Bicycle Sup plies. Repairing quick ly done. The Bicycle Man. 25-27 East Adaina. The Racycle Store. if You Want Your Plumbing Repaired Phon to R. C. JEREZ Corner First and Van Buren Streets. Phone, Overland 2721. CESSPOOL WORK a ipecialty. TOM & SING'S AMERICAN KITCHEN Regular Meals, 35 Cents Short Orders All Night TOM & SING'S AMERICAN KITCHEN 3G X Center St. Phoenix, Ariz. Garden City Restaurant J 2 Regular Meals 25c Short Orders at All Hours MARK LAND, Mgr. 22-24 East Washington St. We have Just received anoth er bis shipment of those cele brated Blue Ribbon line of Buggies. Don't fall to get our Prices before buying. Our goods, terms and prices can not be beat. Scates Vehicle and Harness Company FIVE POINTS. s i h i ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 h 1 -i j NOTICE! I t French Kitchen Restaurant Is ? I now under new management. T Everything newly changed and I . . serve Detter meals. Fancy Chl . . nese Noodles a specialty. Opea ; ; dny and night at all hours. TOM'S FRENCH KITCHEN a N. 11 W. Washington St. Phosnlx, Arizona. lilw ni III : you snoma To Grswoo ONION SETS AT Kill's Seed House H H I 1 I 1 I 1 H I I 1 HH-i I i t H