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FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1896.
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"the prices we have will please
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THE LEADING HOTEL
Tourists and commercial travelers will find the
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no pains to cater to the wants of his patrons.
. ROOMS BY THE DM WEEK OR MONTH.
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OF NORTHERN ARIZONA.
Session of tlie U rand Lodge at Tucson
Election of Officers.
The Gram) Lodge of tlie Masonic
bodies of Arizona adjourned their an
nual session in Tucson tbis morning,
installation being tbo order of the day.
The following named have been
elected officers of tbo several divisions
of tlie order:
Grand Lodge. F. & A. M W. F.
Nichols, G. M.; VV. M. Griffith. D. M.;
Joseph Creamer, S. G. W.; F. M. Zuek,
J. G. W.; Martin W. Kales, G. T.;
George Roskrnge, G. S.
Grand Chapter Royal Arch Masons
Morrjs Goldwatcr, G. H. P.; John M.
Otmsby, I). U. If. P.; James Monibon,
G. K.; George Sliand, G. S.; Mai tin
VV. Kales, ,G. 'IV; Geoige J. Roskrugo,
G. S. ,
Grand Commamlery Knights Temp
lar Grand Aimmamlor, J. M. Oims
by of Tucson; Grand Junior Com
mander, R. N. Fredericks of Prcscott;
Grand Generalissimo, P. P. Parker of
Phoenix; Grand Captain-General, H.
B. Underwood of Tucson; Grand Treas
urer; G. ti. N. Luhrs of Phoenix;
Grand Warden, Gcorgo J. Roskrnge.
According to returned Phoenix Ma
sous the pcoplo of Tucson hare been
most hospitable, and! the stay of the
brethren of the triangle has been mado
pleasant in a hundred 'ways. The uni
versity, the ancient, church of San
Xavier and other points of interest
have been visited by the Masons as
guests of the city, and a reception and
banquet was tendered the visitors.
Jtisbeo has been li.xcd upon for the
next grand session of the Masonic
bodies, and, most curious and yet most
logical, the convocations will be held
in the gieat cave oftlie Copper Queen
mine. This is at the suggestion and
invitation of I5unVi plains, manager
of the Copper Queen, who will have
the interior of the great cavern bill-
liautly lighted by electricity by the
time of tho session next November.
This unique lodgcroom will be util
ized sti icily in keeping with the his
tory of the Masons, for tho first Masons
wcc the artisans of Solomon's temple
and their meeting place' was the cav
ern beneath Jerusalem, by them ex
cavated in quairying tho stono for thu
temple's walls. At this latter dny a
return will bo made to first principles.
The approiehus will bo well gu.uded
and the walls will be thick, and thu
graudciir of the lodgcroom, by tho
Supt cine Architect himself coustiuctcd.
will give added solemnity to the iltes
of tho fcllow-ciaft. Herald.
A, O. U. W.
Tho Ancient Order of Uuitcd Work
men established its first lodgo in Aii
zona at Tucson in 1880. This lodge,
Aiizona, No. 1, has now a nicmbeiship
of over 250. ThuniHccis ale: Clias.
Shibell, master workman; P. P. Lope?,
foicnmn; Chailcs Tully, ovciscer; V.
M. Coidova, guide; W. F, Felix, finan
cier; Dr. W. V. Whitmoie, leceiver;
F. B. Wightman, iccorder.
This lodge has been exceptionally
prospcious since its establishment.
The ground upon which this order
intends erecting a building to cost
from 20,000 to $25,000 has a frontage
of 90 feet on the south side of Con
giess street, between Stone avenue
and Belknap street, and is ono of the
most desirable locations in Tucson,
and certain to prove increasingly valu
able. Tho ground was purchased from
separate owners at a total cost of about
5,000 and will bo fully paid for next
month. It is expected building will
be commenced in March, 1897. Star.
Forest Camp No. 1, W. 'O. W.,
have decided to givo a grand masquer,
ado ball on Thanksgiving Eve, Nov
25. Masquorado costumes will bo
rented for tbis event from Los Angeles,
All who attended tho last Woodman i
ball will remember the great success
of it, and tbis one will be greater.
The ball will be beld.at Babbitt's
opera bonse and the tickets are within
the reach of all, $1.00 a couple,
She fooled Them.
An interesting case is being tried in
Justlco Jobustono's court. The prin
cipal actors in the drama aie Fred
Mittendoif and Mrs. Sadie Thoiua.
The latter is charged by the former
with having embezzleda a bar of silver
woith 800. Thereby bangs a tale.
Mrs. Thoma, the defendant, has a
brother, Edwkvd Shackleford. The
latter has for several months been run
ning a mill in the Biadsbav basin, on
ores from the Luke mine. His lease
terminated and he found himself in
debt a few thousand dollars. His prin
cipal creditor, accoi ding to the testi
mony, was his sister, Mis. Tlioma,
who held an overduo note amounting
to $2,200. lie turned over to her the
last mill run, two bats of silver, valued
at $2,600. Tlie note held by her was
The other creditors learned of the
transfer and raised a row, for they ex
pected something out of the last clean
up of the mill. Mrs. Thoma and an
other person started for Phoenix with
the bullion, but several of the creditors
with a constable who had legal papers
galoro drove to a point where tlioy
thought to intercept the woman and
tho precious bullion. She was too
smaitand outwitted them by coining
over a ciicuitnus loute, aniving beie
with her escort. The creditois ar
rived heie shortly afterwards m high
dudgeon, and one of the number, Mit
tendoif, swore to the complaint charg
ing her with embezzlement. The cud
is uot yet, for tho case" was continued.
Tho composition of the ueit logisla
turo will be as follows:
Coconino A. A. Dutton. K
CochUo B. A. Packard, I)
Orahnm .., ,... Dan M. Ming, D
Gila Geo. P. Hunt. D
Maricopa ; C. It Hakes. D
Mohave W. II. Lake, D
Navajo F.T.Asplnwalt, E
final P.lt. llrady.D
I'ima V.O. Hushes,D
YaTap.il J. W. Norton, D
Yuma J. H. Carpenter, It
Democrats, 0; Republicans, 3.
Apacho , J. n. Patterson. D
Cochlso. . .
Graham .. .
.II. I. Ashurst. D
. ...1. M.Ierrlll.D
J. N.Jones, D
Leroy Ikenbcrry. D
II. L. Rogera,!)
L.O. Cowan, D
. ...P. P. Parker. D
.Aaron Goldberg, I)
J. W. Wool f, II
. J. ('. Goodwin. I)
J. N. .Smith, K
.... 0. D. Ronnv. I)
1'inal C. D. Mason. D
1'1-na A. C. Ilernard, I)
t'lnu 1). L. Chalmers, II
Pima J. 11. 1'lnley, D
I'luui A. V. Prtston, D
Yavupil D.J. Warren, D
Yavapai,., G. W. Hull, D
Yavapai W. J. Mulvenon, D
Yum.i MuratMabtcrson, D
Democrats, 23; Eejmbltcan, 1.
Up to Dutc.
The manager of a tiavcling thc.itii
cal tioupu wioto to the manager of
tho opeia liouso in a piominent Ari
zotia town asking for his open lime for
four nights in Febiuary 1897, for the
following reppriorj : Samson," "Vir
giuus," "01116110," "Damon aud Py
thias," and thin is thc.aiisucr lie got:
"Dear sir I must say that I never
heard of but two of the actois you
mention in ycur company. Samson
was hero last summer with a ciicus,
breaking fake chains and baisotiron.
Othello played in Albuquerque last
winter. They say ho is a good actor
but I don't care about playing colored
stars at my house, as I cater to the
very best of lady audiences, aud then
I don't tbink I would like a show With
all men in it. I want shows with
plenty of singing and dancing, sou
brcttes and comedians with funny
gags and a good disrobing act. That
is the stud for me."
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It is guaranteed to give perfect satis
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Globe is putting in an electric light
The first cailoail of oranges ever
shipped from the Salt River valley will'
be shipped over the S.'F. P. & P. rail
road next week.
The Aiizona Agiicultural Associa-,
tion will hold its second annual meet-,
ing in Phoenix Friday and Saturday
of this week.
An Odd Fellows lodge has been insti
tuted at Globe by V. D. Morton,
grand master, anil George Mints,
Judge Hawkins yesterday at Pres
cott scutenccd William Dinkley to ten
years in the Yuma piison. Binkley
placed dynamite under aPrescotttgi-'i
loon in order to kill his wife, who was
in the building.
Hoi brook is recovering from tho dull
times. Last week a large amount of
wool was shipped from that place. Ou
Saturday last the film of A. 1$. Schuster
sold to customers from the southorn
part of Navajo and Apicha counties
goods to the amount of $1,500.
Arizona ranks twelfth in the produc
tion of unwashed wool in the .United
States according to the estimate given
by tho ufilciiil bulletin of tlie National
Wool Glowers' Association. Thu total
product of tho couutiy this year as
estimated is 272,474,570, or 115,204,
570 scouted, Aiizona jieMiog 2,170,
Jlellovcs In FlacstatT.
S. Gosney, who has larco sheen
aud cattle inteicsts in Northern Ari
zona, called on tho "Republican" last
night. Mr. Gosnoy, whose residence
is Flagstaff, has ,i firm faith in thu fu
tuio of that town as a summer resort.
He also believes- that that section of
the Tenitory is capable of gicatcr
flgiicultiii.il possibilities than aro gcu
ei.illy acci edited to it. Tho soil is '
licli and loamy and well adapted to the
cultivation of potatoes anil giain. The
Coconino spud is a particularly fino
tiibute to the soil, being an unusually
largo and toothsome pioduct. Mr.
Gosney, having taken 200 head of
cattlo to Hicks' Tempo pasturo to
fatten, returned home on tho evening
train. Phoenix Republican.
Two Lives Saved.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas of Junction
City, 111., was told by her doctors she
had consumption and that there was
no hope for her, but two bottles of Dr.
King's New Discovery completely cured
her, and she saj-s it saved her life. Mr.
Thomas Kggcrs, 139 Florida street,
San Francisco, suffered frotn a dread
ful cold, approaching consumption,
tried without result everything else,
then bought ono bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery, aud in two weeks was
cured. Uo is naturally thankful. It
is such results, of which these are
samples, that prove the wonderful ,
efficacy of this measure in coughs and
colds. Free trial bottles at D. J.
Brannen's drug store. Regular size,
50c and $1.00.
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