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THE ARIZONA EEPUBLICAN: SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 12, 1895.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Mai Bfttdra Absolutely pure LOCAL BRIEFS. A Record of Yesterday's Happenings. -Churches Whose Gates Are Open Today Real Estate and Other Transactions. Guns and ammunition at Talbot & Hubbard's. License to marry was issued yester day to Alma Alien and Irene Cordelia Holder!. AU base ball players are invited to meet at Phoenix park today at 1 :30 to day for the purpose of permanent or ganization. ' Dodger Stewart, the enthusiastic base ball fiend, is now organizing a picked nine in Phoenix that will wipe up the earth. Alex Barsanti yesterday deeded to Paul R. Eaton one-half interest in the International mine in the Harqua Hala district. One of the most popular fabrics for summer wear in ladies' dress goods is duck. Alkire has a large stock, both plain and fashionably printed. The ladies are delighted with the tasteful designs in shirt-stud sets and silver buckles which are on sale at Cook & Bell's, the postoffice jewelers. A gentleman, who for a number of years waB a German student at Berlin, says the Tribolet-Budge sausages sur pass anything he ever tasted in the Vaterland. Hot only does Clay Leonard get his strawberries earlier each morning than any competitor, but he frequently has a stock on hand when all others a,re entirely out. A telegram was received at the sher iff's office last night from Deputy Sheriff Scott of Mohave county, saying he was en route on the southbound o. F., P. & P. with a crazy person. Sunday services at Trinity Episcopal church today will be as follows : Sun day school, 9 :30 a. m. ; morning prayer, 11 a. m. ; young people's meet ing. 6 p.m.; evening prayer, 7 :30 p. m. All welcome. M. E. Hurley not only supplies his butcher shop with the very beet quality of meat that can be found in the valley but says tbat there is no better, cleaner or more healthful meat to be found any where in the country. The S. F., P. & P. extension survey is progressing rapidly. One prelimi nary line has been thrown across th river at Tempe about 1,300 feet above the Maricopa & Phoenix bridge. Two or three other lines will be run, how ever. Maricopa & Phoenix passengers last night were Hugh McCruin and G. M. j Fischer, for Los Angeles ; W. B. Mess ier, for El Paso; Governor Hughes and Attorney General Satterwnite, for Tuc son. All persons holding application blanks for the approaching civil service examination for the grade of clerks and carriers are requested to file them with Secretary Pierce at the postoffice on or before the close of business hours on May 13. It is not an unusual thing to see the Alkire store crowded with customers as early as 8 o'clock in the forenoon. Since the new line of Oxford ties were placed on sale the attention of the salesmen has been occupied almost constantly. First Methodist Episcopal church, G. L. Pearson, pastor, church services today in the opera house as follows : Sunday school at 9 :45 a. m. ; preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Epworth League 6:30 p. m. Seats free. Every body invited. Trinity Episcopal church Sunday school will enjoy a picnic at Miller's grove near Tempe next Wednesday. The party will leave Phoenix by roil at 7 :30 a. m. and will be met at Tempe by hayracks. The fare for the round trip will be 50 cents. Outbound passengers over the Santa Fe, Prescott & Phoenix last nighty were S. T. Anselmo, for New York ; Mrs. E. Anderson and daughter, for Springfield, 111.; B. Douglass, for Williams; W. Roscoe, wife and daughter, and J. M. Curran, for Springfield, Mo. ; Mrs. Hans Herlick, Mrs. R. Stein and Miss Annie Orth, for Chicago; Hugh Butler, for Los Angeles. Van Johnson came in yesterday from the Agua Fria construction works. Fifty men are now employed on the dam. On one side a stretch of solid masonry 300 feet long and thirty-five feet high has been completed and work has just been begun on the other side. Seventy-five men and teams under Toohey & George are engaged in canal work. Dr. J. H. Gentry, who recently came o Phoenix from Shelbina, Mo., re moved with his family to Mesa. He had engaged in practice here and had already entered upon a flattering prac tice. He was induced to go to Mesa by friends who live there and knew him in the east. He will retain a part of the practice which he had already created here. At the Church of Christ at 11 o'clock today the pastor, Wm. H. Matlock, talks on the theme, "Of What Does a True Life Consist?" Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. ; Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:15 p. m. The Wednesday evening meeting takes for its topic "Jesus Before Pilate," the Sunday school lesBon for May 19. The evening services will give way to the temperance meeting to be held in the Presbyterian church, Prof. Hill speak ing. The Good Templars' training school will be held in Gardiner's hall at 2:30 p. m. today. The regular session of Garden Valley lodge tomorrow night will be transformed into a training school and will be largely attended by outBide Good Templar6. The initiation of candidates will be the first part of the program and it is desired that as large a class as possible be inducted into the order while Prof. Hill is pres ent. The Sunday Bchools yesterday made a final settlement with the Santa Fe, Prescott & Phoenix and paid over to the company half the proceeds in ex cess of the amount already paid the company. There yet remains to the Sunday schools about $160. Two pro posals for its disposition are made. Some favor a distribution of it among the schools and others desire to leave it intact and place it in a regular joint picnic fund. Lovers of flowers should visit the residence of Dr. Woodruff to Bee the opening of an Egyptian lotus which will take place between 9 and 10 o'clock this morning. The flower first unfolded yesterday morning and remained open nearly i half an hour. The flower is of a beautiful creamy white, nearly eight inches in diameter. It is seen to best advantage at its first opening, but its appearance today will more than war rant a visit. The following transfers of real estate reported by Coggina & Brown, abstract ers, were yesterday entered for record : J. B. Montgomery and wife to Ida E. Boyd, 100xl37 feet in ne corner blk 7. Montgomery addition, $500 ; Ivy H. Cox to Ann Qox, 1 acre in nw cor of tract in sec 29, tp 1 n, r3e;F. C. Averv and wife to Lewis Clark Moore, lot 27, block "P," University addition, $400; A. G. Utley and wife to David J Flett. w, iwM. neJi. sec 26, tp 2 n, r 4 e, $50; Elizabeth Anderson to Vic tor E. Heikes, neJi, nej, sec 24, tp 1 n, r 5 e, $500. Quite a little group of gentlemen gathered last evening in the salesrooms of the Sol Levi Tailoring company to see that the weekly drawing of the suit club was done fairly and decently. W T.Smith, manager of the T telephone agency, which is on the same floor with the tailoring company, allowed his son to insert his hand into the box which contained the numbers. When the hand of the offspring came forth it clutched a card bearing the number held by the genial W. Tom himself. The spectators couldn't see how it was done. It appeared all right and re monstrances were uaeles : , Tom set. them up gladly. The Levi brothers think the world of Mr. Smith, but wish he required less cloth for a fit. Dr. Sawyer, diseases of men and women and of the Bkin. Ground floor, Gilson block. , Keep Cool. " The Phoenix Light and Fuel company are prepared to furnish the latest and best thing in ct-iiiiig and dfsk fans at lowest ratn. Office 15 S. Center street (Cotton block). Ask your grocer tor a sack of Gar diner'e best patent flour and you wjll never buy any othsr. If your gro cer don't keep it you can be supplied at the Capitol mills on East Adsms street. Every Hack of this flour iB fully guaranteed and if nut found as warrant ed purchase price will be refunded. Thre Graces, Style-Fit-Wear. Cherries 1 7 . ' Rhubarb ; ; 'AND " Spring Chickens SALT RIVER VMM PRODUCE CO. Washington Street, Opp. Monihon Building. : ! These are ihe three graces in the shoe business. A shoe may oe of good sty te aud yet not fit or wear well; orit may tit or uot be in style and the wearing qualities amount to little unlets it fits properly. But the three graces the ttio o perfection in shoes Style, fit and Wearmust be combined to insure entire satisfaction to all parties con cerned. This is the lesson we are teaching the shoe buyers. L. HARRIS Has ooened at Mrs. I ee's millin- ery B;ore with a lot of Unredeemed I Pledges, Consisting: of latches. X X L. Chandler . SHOE COMPANY.' Musical Instruments, Guns and Keyolvers. An opportunity of securing a fine watch for ' $10 a. Washington St. Opposite City Hall. All will be sold at less than naif the cost i of manufacture. Ixtefrtilass! I i Cost AN EMPTY STORE tThatNis what Johnston's Dry Goods Establish ment will be when the great Clearance Sale is over. Imperative business calls the proprietor to Europe and he has concluded to close out his entire stock before leaving. Beginning tomorrow everything will be marked at COST price, positively at cost, until the STORE IS EMPTY Dost I " HIRES' Root beep There's lots of snap and vim in this Hires' Root beer. There's lots of pleasure and good health in it, too. A delicious drink, a temperance drink, a home-made drink, a drink that delights the old and young. Be sure and get the genuine HIRES' Root beer A 25 cent package mafcei 5 gallonl. Sold everywhere. The Chas. E. Hires Company, Philadelphia, Pa. The Tribolet-Budge EVIeat Go The Only Cold Air Storage n Arizona, ' i'lwc j Pork, Lard and Hams, A Specialty. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all kinds of v Fresh, Salted and Corned Meats, Poultry, Game and Fresh Fish. Washington Street, Opposite City Hall. A FRESH LINE 0F- Sterling Silver: Belt Buckles (With Belt.) VANTILBURG & DAVISON, Leading Phcenix Jewelers. 17 E. Washington St.! HAY AND GRAIN. NSURANCE. E. E. PASCO E, 15 South Center Street. J