THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, dUNE 1, 1!)l;i
J .'AG J T WENT Y'-Jb'O UK
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"Let's -tnrt next week right. Our modern wash tubs. -aatont wringers
.iii.l other wash 'lay necessities lighten the burdens of islue Monday.
Kvery h"usekccp, r should con'ie to our store and look at our line of
wash' day things. You will feel better, we'll feel bettor, anil the
ilrudir- ri.-s of wash-day will be changed to pleasures.
WE SELL EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE
EZRA W. THAYER
bin Kast Washington St.: 127-1::.". Hast Adams St.
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2 Act Melodrama
All "Star Cast
4 Reels Motion Pictures
Croat Political Battle is
Fought Out at the Foils
With Numerous Import
ant Issues to Be Decided
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34 W. Washington St. New Pictures.
New tonight. Moving pictures con
tinuous 12 m. to 10:30 p. m. Changes
of program Tues., Wed. and Thurs.
JACK AND BUDDY WHITE
Singing, Dance and Change Art
ists. SCOTT AND ANNETTA
Comedy Acrobatic Act
SID GILMORE '
"The Merry Entertainer."
DUNS WORTH AND VALDEN
Comedy Singing and Talking
ST. GAUDEN & REMINGTON
"A Laugh a Minute"
ios Angeles Union Stock Yards Co.,
339 South Hill St.,
LOS ANGELES, CALIF.
Please send me your book giving particulars
of Union Stock Yards Project..
SYDNKV, X. S. . May 31. The
Australian commonwealth '.s await
ing in suspense the outcome of the
great political battle that is being
fought out at the polls todav. Never
before have the issues at stake in
a campaign for the election of mem
bers of the commonwealth parliament
been so momentous and never before
has the feeling between the opposing
parties been so high. "Whether the
iabor party now in power shall be
i tired in favor of the liberal oppo
sition or shall be returned to power
for another period of three years is
the great question to be decided by
During the earlier years of tolera
tion in Australia little was accom
plished looking to the permanent wel
fare of the new nation, but . during
the last lew years, under the control
of the labor party, a pioneering
policy along economic. social and
political lines lias been adopted. What
actually has been achieve.! is start
ling and what has b.-en proposed id
even more so. government owner
ship ol railways. street car lines,
telephones. telegraph. cold storage
warehouses, and wireless s stems lias
existed for some time. Recently there
have been established old atje and
invalid pensions, "baby bonuses." a
t.-dei-al land fix. compulsory military
n-jininr find a iiO ver II 1 1 en t bank.
Within the past year the labor party
has started construction of a trans
Australian railway system to cost
$ ::u,aii) ,o"0, and more recently the
corner stones of a new national cap
ital on which it is proposed to e
'icnd f 25.1"'". a"", were laid.
Altnougn mere are le.- m.o. . .
million, people on the island eontiiieih
ibe A leral government manages to
collect an annual revenue of $100.
(m. latino, this from the federal Sand
tax. customs and excise and the po.-c
oil ice department. During the re
cent campaign the federal land tax.
which imposes a graduated tax upon
id I "Holdings valued at more than
$2.iH"'. received the brunt of the at
tack from tle opposition. Second
only in disfavor with the opposition
is the proposal to spend s large
a sum upon the construction of the
n( w national c apita!.
The comer stones of th- new city
were officially laid on March I
!.ist by the governor general of the
commonwealth. Lord Thomas D--?i-nian.
Lady penman christen- d th
new city i'anberra. The site of tat
proposed fe.b ral city is situated in
the center of what is known as
federal capital territory. This is
r.Oo.uOO acres in extent and was
deeded to the national government bv
the state of New South Wales. The
plan of the city is by Walter TV
Griffin, a Chicago architect, who won
a $.o0o prize in a competition open
t to th; architects of the world. The
reads in the district have already
been completed, the city laid out. the
Cotter river dammed and now ready
ir furnish water, and a national ob
servatory erected upon Mount O'Mn'-
ley. There is also in operation as
vrut 'of the plan the Duntroon MiK-
eteil within tiie year
sn,l modelled after West Point. Til
t,;ivp n-.e eotumission form
The new railway from Port Augus
ta in South Australia to Kalgoorlie
in West Australia, will be completed
in about two vears. The new" Com
.n.vmiiih lliink i modelled along
the lines of the1 Dank of the Argen
tine Republic and will have its per
manent headquarters in Canberra.
During the first three months of its
operation its deposits aggregated
The "baby bonus" act came into
el feet on the first day of this year
1. nd since that time the bureau in
charge of the disbursement has dis
tributed nearly $1,000,000 to mothers
who applied for their bonus of $25
tor each new baby.
Under the old age and invalid pen
sion acts created by the labor party.
$1,100,000 have been distributed an
nually in pensions. The compulsory
military training act went into ef
fect last October and under that law
25H.000 youths between the ages of
fourteen and twenty-one are leceiv
ing a certain amount of military
training. The labor government has
established various wage boards
which deal directly with the question
of wages in all the industries. These
boards have proved a great help in
maintaining peace between empSoeyrs
The labor party, is headed by An
drew Fisher, now serving his second
elective term as prime minister of
the commonwealth, while the Hon.
Joseph Cook, whose free trade ten
dencies have caused a split in his
party, is leading the liberals. Al
though the forces are fairly evenly
matched it is believed from certain
indications that the labor party will
again be successful and that Premier
Fisher, once a coal miner in Wales,
will bo returned to power.
The Toledo Mud Hens, got a poor
start in the American association
scramble. The shifting of Cy Falk
enburg from Toledo to Cleveland
put an awful crimp in the Hens.
SALT RIVER VALLEY MONUMEN
Call and seo our designs in finished
monuments, gravestones, statuary, etc.
b fore placing your order.
VERNON E. LINDSAY. Prop.
409 W. Washington St.
Phone Overland 1197.
You'll Do Better at Goldbergs'
now for a warm
Just step into a new Stein Flo- h
Smart Suit and glance at your
self in our big mirrors you v.iil
find out j'ist how to sidetrack
any possibility of uneomforuiHe
clothing for the arm weather.
Stein Dloch Clothes fit. and fit
with that easy comfort that will
make you twice glad.
There are so many patterns, and
fabrics that you will enjoy select
ing the one most suitable to you
tomorrow is a good time. Whv
To the Discriminating
The J. M. Martinez
CREAM OF ALL HA
VANA CIGARS, offers
perfection in itself; made
especially for this market
with a mild filler as well
as mild wrapper.
E. S. Wake I'm
SHEET MUSIC, 15c
201 West Washington
MEXICAN EMPLOYMENT OFFICE
Mexican Girls, Mexican Women, Mexi
can Men, for all kinds of work, also
American help furnished.
Collection Agency P. O. Box 243
BERN AL & MEJIA, Props.
No. 5 S. 1st Ave. Phoenix, Arizona
i, miTirr ' i ' SSata" cr ''?!?7g!?yi.
On. Razors I
Protect Your Clothes H
Phone 1530 jj
jj Dividends from Realty :;
: Securities stock will help jj
;i you to buy more stock. j;
i:DWARD KISKLi:. Proprietor
Wholesale. Retail. I he Genuine
ln AVrappers Only)
7 West Washington St., Phoenix
Overland 334. Con. Main SO
$3.00 & $3.50 Razors
MUST GO AT
FOR MONDAY ONLY
Remember the time
BEAR IN MIND THE PLACE
ear wusf store
OPPOSITE CITY HALL
The Barter Asphalt
321-322 Phoenix National
Harry A. Drachman ShoeCo
29 WEST ADAMS ST.
Chocolates---nut and-'; fruit' bars,
that are made in our own fac
tories we know thev are pure.
Phone 509. 19 E. Wash.
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