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FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, .APRIL 2, IKJ.7.
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JOc FEB OOFlf
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A circumstance by which YOU can save money
and that's what we arc all after these days,
isn't it ?
WE HAVE A SNAP !
In What ?
SASH AND DOORS
We have just ordered a carload of Sash and Doors,
and to. make room must clean out some of those
Fancy Marginal, Chipped and Cathcdralled
Mnxlco Is ii"t tii l) coinpaivil w,,
Flatttir. For dajs at a fln tln
conditions would Ijh Klmo.u pmfect
anil then MiuMrnly tlm iiim.isplipiv
would bectiniB mi iiiiRicad.v an to ivii.
iler work with tlm Hi-e :1iim ver.
unreliable. It is tlm upininii of tli'
pntfpMur that tliBio U no pl.inn on tin.
North Anifiicau rouiinenl that cm
rompaip, nnti day with anotlmr f.,r
Mm u'holn 365, uitli FlaLMiafT m
it for an aslrononiicjil oliqi-rviitoi-v."
E, P. GREENLAW
C. A. GREENLAW
and Queen Anne
YOU MAKE PRICE-Wedothe Rest
Put a fancy F,ront Door or Window in your house and see
how much it adds to its beauty.
FIRST OOME, F-IRSTT FICK !
THE ARIZONA LUMBER & TIMBER CO..
THE OLD RELIABLE
IS DOINO BU8INE.8S AT TtlE
-'Makesa Speoialty of Fino Watoh Repair
ing Absolutely Guarantees All Wotk
PRICES REASONABLE PROMPT ATTENTION
UAIUUES THE FINEST LINE OK
OX THE LINE OF TIM: ATLWTtG .' 1'AOIFIO
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HKUChKV tfVW rmi9t1EXJZ turn.
The Lowell Observatory Roturns
Tho Cllmntlc and Atmospheric Con
ditions of Old Mexico Prove
SKYLIGHT CITY BEATS MBHSlSltSff" ' """" '""
Liof-Rsor Lowell, after trying nearly
every locality and Section of North
Atneiict to obtain tliH best annus.
li.-rlu condiiioiH for lint e.trrying'on
of liis work, lias coiuii to lint cihiiOu
sinii l hat Flagitaff cxi-mW all, ami will
miikti tliu Sk) light City tlm penii.i
neiit hoinii of Lowell Observatory.
The following diii itch wna sent to
olio of tho press a4oeiatloiis and has
been given widu publicity in the
p.ipers throughout tliu United States:
"City or Mexico, April 10. IVo-
fesitif Lwull, lilt l"jt.ei astronomer,
I . . . ,
who moved his observatory from IIih
Mogollon mountains of Arlsiolla In
this c!t six mouths ago,. has concluded
after mouths of trial in this republic
to leninvu his observatory back to
Flagstaff, as mueh butter result was
secured iu that dry, clour atmosphere,
than can ever be ntlained in this
country, and begltlus thu New England
men, including! the professor, say that
thuy 1 1 refer to observe tliu stars undr
the starry Hag of tliu United States,
although thu Mexican citizens have
treated them ro)ally.
"It lius been found that though the
atniosphero of Mexico equals that of
Arizona iu dryness and clearness, and
it being farther south, gives u butter
view from the higher deulioa'.ion of
the planets, in particular, it lacks that
other most essential requirement for
an Ideal obsurvulory, steadiness of tho
The unsteadiness uf tho air from
heat radiation U the bane of tho larger
telescope, and four months experience
has proved that io that great essential
The eon tempi. I led return of Lowell
Observatory from tho City of Mexico
was announced by lift soinu Weeks ago.
Tho big telescopti has already been
taken down, packed ou boaid a traiu
and shipped lltu'o.
Tho observatory building used last
summer was found to be not hih
tonough and has iieeu torn down and a
new ouo. some ten feel higher, erected.
Sykcs Bios, have just completed tlm
work nud are now electing the dome
for thu telescope.
Profetsor Lowell and his corps of
astronomers, Including Dr. T. J. J.
See and Mr. Cogshull will arrive in a
short time. Pi of essor Drew is already
Professor Drew informs us that tlie
Amorican astronomers were treated
with every couitesy by tho Mexican
Government, whoso representatives
took a personal Interest in tho gentle
men and mado their stay very pleas
ant. The atmospherlo condition of the
City of Mexico are such as to hinder
sselng, and the-expedition, from a
nmernon Iftsili School Pnnsfn tli Firm
Mllrlonooflt KtMtiMice With
The first annual coninnMiepmpiit of
Emerson llth School occurred lat
Thursday evening. Spieious Emr
on Hull was i-iiilv tilled with Un
friends mid patrons of (he school and
when the. exercises began Hie nislps
and corriders wi-rn crowded with
Indies and gentleniHii uiikMh to Hud
seatn within tint hall. The wide en
tiauce doors were thrown open so thai
those fttandin; in IIih corridors were
enablul to hear the excicises nml view
the prettv picturo presnnted within.
The wnlls iu tlie trinity of tbeRtaire
Wert beautifully decorated with ever
greens and blooming 11 ivvers; thn back
of tho stasft was prettily embellished
with rugs, Navaj blankets and other
unique articles of ornamentation,
while across ilio fi out of tlm stnre.
extending from wall to wall, from Ihe
cellinji liung a festoon of eVergreMis,
enillbizoned III letters of silver with
tho claps motto: "Nou fieri. Neqne
Pra, Sed Hodie." r-Not Yesierdav,
Nor To-morrow, lini&To d,iv."
"The Rslny Div Son''" and the
"Fan Drill" were features of the
el niiii; exerrisus hnld"bv the school iu
he afternoon and l) reqii-st were
presented . n pretty ti tit llm regular
Five little go-I. dit-ssed in ui
aoieis and w-ii hiih hliii-k umlnellti.
llnup"'d out on tlm NUti!"- and lemlfiHil
ihu "Udny Div Jjong"' most beauii
fully it li their childish voices.
Tlm "Fan Drill" came next. Six
teen pretty maidciH, dressed in blu
and pink, went thioiigh tlie v:iiiou
evolulions of tho drill Willi a jiiu'c
and manner that won tin) admiration
of tlie eutire audience. Thuy nriduu
beautiful picture on the singe,
Il.iv. II. P. Corner invoked the
Divine blessing and the progr.itu be
g.iu. A violin solo by Charles Ed ward,
rendered in ids usual excellent manner,
was followed by Rev. F. Dill io no
eloquent live miiiojo oration on "Oi.r
First Coiumeiicum-iit " F. C. It-id
followed wlih a Vocal solo, "Tliu N-w
'11 it-it came tho oration by Reiliieu
Neill. "Iu tliu Uealni of Asti nn."
A Very pretty voc.il solo, "I'Iiiiik
diy," by Mis. F. V. Sisson piecedeil
the oration by Ilnuli Audeisoii. on
tilled "In tliu Realm of Natural
Miss Alien .ut)iz iioweil Willi a
vocal solii, '-Otiuilti V'tlt'es," and Miss
Margaret Wsill.io iIihii gave her
uratluh, "In the Realm of (Jeologv."
Mrs. D. ,1. Hrannen next favored
tho audience with a vocal selection,
Thu Day is D miu."
Thu presentatiiin of diplomas dc
yolved upon M. J. Riordan, and it is
needless to say that he ably did UU
Benediction by Rev. C. P. Wilson
closed tho exercises.
f The orations of the graduates. Miss
Margaret Wallace. Roue-en Neill and
Hugh Anderson, all were splendid
compositions, showing a thorough
kuo wedge of the subjects, and were
delivered with freedom and good
oratorial effect. As they coucluded their
orations tlmy "" presented with
handsome bouquets by their friouds.
Professor Wasson is to be congratu
lated by the patrous of Emerson Higli
School on the result of his labors as
principal and for tho success of the
first annual commencement.
Pay no attention to the space above) of "
the Greenlaw Lumber Company; Theyr
- only advertise a good quality of lumber,"
and lots of it. We want to say to 3ou
yr.- Wafcwe h'Ye thp b$st quality ofugrub"
ever seen in tarn part or tlie country
and more of it; that our prices are kiyher
Jhaa (ver before heard of!
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. .65 per can.
" Punken " ( Arkansaw) ... .40 per can.
Onions, soap and other table luxuries
ANY OP THE ABOVE DAINTIES WILL BE
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