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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN TUESDAY MORNING OCTOBER 19, 1807.
Moyal makes the food pure,
wholesome and delicious.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK.
A SLENDER THREAD OF HOPE
Which Seems to be Growing
Into a Life Line.
An Unexpected Change For the Bet
ter In Judge Truesdale's Condi
tionPhysicians Hopeful Arrival
f His Wife.
Chief Justice Iruesdale's life, which
on Saturday night seemed to have all
but gone, "was found hanging on a
very slender thread twenty-four hours
later. By yesterday morning the
thread had "gained in apparent
: strength and thickness and at a late
lour last might Ms physicians and
friends were hopeful, though not con
sent. Dr. Goodwin, one of Ms phy
sicians, speaking of the case last
night, said: "We are satisfied with
the progress he is making. There is
hope as long as he possesses a reason
able degree of vitality."
Before noon the Judge had regained
1 power of articulation ana was able to
recognize persona in the s:ck room
end address them. He could also re
move his handkerchief from the pockei
" -of his gown, wipe his mouth and put
the handkerchief hack again. Th's
was more than his friends had ever
. expected he would foe able to do.
"Whether the favorable symptoms are
indicative of recovery may not be
known for days..
On Sunday morning Mr. S. H. R.
Robinsoni, who was in charge of the
sick room, desired of the attending
and consulting physicians that other
physicians might he vailed into con
sultation. He presented a list on
which were the names of -both regular
and homeopathists. The physic'ans
in attendance replied that -while they
helieived nothing was to be gained by
further consultation, they would offer
no objection to the admission cf reg
ular physicians. They would dec'ine,
though, to consult with the homeo
pathists. Mr. Robinson was insist-
ent and the physicians withdrew.
Drs. Belden and Goodwin then tcok
charge of the case. A telegram was
Gent to Dr. Geo-ga Goodfellow. He was
snally hWfrtid at Nogales and through
President P. M. Murphy of the S. F.
P. & P. an arrangement was made with
Superintendent Randolph to send
a special train to 'bring him to Phoe--nlx.
It is expected that he will reach
here this morning.
The wife of Judge Truesdale, ac
eompanied by her two children and her
brother, Mr. Langdon, arrived from
Minneapolis at 11 o'clock last night
on a special ordered by President Mur
phy from Ash Fork. Forty minutes
was gained over the schedule time
from Ash Fork. The regular train,
Jiowever, would not arrive until 4
o'clock this morning.
Mrs. Truesdale with her children
and, other relatives was at once taken
to the sick room.
Vice-President W. H. Truerdale,
general manager of the Rock Island
route, who left Rock Island on Sa ur
day afternoon, was at La Junta yes
terday morning. He telegraphed from
there that he would .be at Flagstaff
this morning and directed dispa'ches
for him to be sent there, in cars of
train No. 1. He will probably arrive
In the city some time this afternoon.
Hon. N. O. Murphy and Mr. Fred
erick W. Morris, Jr., arrived on a spe
cial from Castle Creek hot springs last
Mrs. Frank Bissick stopped over
Sunday with the family of G. D. Gray
on her way home to Payson, after a
visit of a few weeks in California.
A party consisting of Hon. R. A. F.
Penrose, Messrs. Spencer Penrose, D.
M. Barringer and John Brockmam, all
connected with the Pearce mine, ar
rived in the city yesterday. They
Take time to look over our
It Will Pay You.
GllEEN, The Hatter,
Ranch For rent or sale, 160 acres
alfalfa, three miles northwest
house. Greene, the Hatter,
will remain until the latter part of
Mr. G. Van Daren', a promineni cit
izen of Jerome, arrived in town yes
terday morning on his way home from
a visit to his former home in Mis
souri and through Oklahoma and
Texas. This was Mr. Van. Daren's
first trip east since he came to Ari
zona thirty-four, years ago. The
country through which he traveled
is in a very prosperous condition and
money seems plenty, hut he says he
saw nothing that impressed him so
favorably as what he can see every
day In Arizona.
The Movements of Many People on
the South Side.
Tempe, Ariz., Oct. 18. (Spec'al Cor- .
respondence of The Republican.) ,
Very much of the beauty of Tempe is
fast fading away. But to knew that,
it will return after the week's vacation t
is a very sweet consolation. 1
Dr. A. J. Scroggs is putting a te.e
phone in his office and in his resi- j
dence. . . I
E. A. Murphy bought four horsas,
a harness and buckboard of John En
rat today. - :
A. J. Peters will ship a car cf hay to
the Pearce mine tonight.
Two hundred and fifty dollars forfeit
money has just been deposited as a
guarantee that the race for December (
23 will take iplace.
The following advertised letters are
in the postofflce: Theodore Carsonv
Frank Lindmeyer, Fairy Thompson,
Mrs. Lizzie White, Charles Perkins,
Dolores Castro Juana Gonzales, and
Jesus Santa Cruz, two.
Since Marshal Compton nailed down
the headgate cf the town ditch little
curls of blue smoke have been rising
in a few places. The city ordinance
provides that until a man pays his
$1.50 water tax he shall not receive
any water. So now, although the mar
shal has long since raised the head- ,
gate, he has begun to raise the people.
Three arrests for violating the ordi
nance are reported so far.
Jehn J. Hodnett received his com
mission as postmaster today fiom
Washington. He will take the office
the first of the month.
J. H. Baraett was In town from
Mesa this morning.
J. W. Woolf took the train last
night for Mexico.
Judge Woy of Mesa was in town to
G. F. Richards of the Office cafe, .
who went north to look for a business
opening, returned home not much en
couraged. Bcone Lewis of the Little Jess'e
mine is home to see his little grand
P. B. McCabe has returned from his
California trip. , ;
There are quite a number of cattle
men in town today, among whom are
George P. Thornton of Prescott, who
is looking after his 600 head, and Mr.
Mills, buyer for a California firm. !
While choppting off the top of a
tree this morning Johnnie Powers re
ceived some very serious injuries. He
was standing on a ladder and es the
top came down it knocked the ladder
from under him, throwing Mm to the
ground and breaking his shoulder and
collar bones. ,
WINDOW GLASS TRUST.
Thirty Million Dollars Will Represent
the Capital of the Octopus. ;
Pittsburg, Cct. 18. The organiza
tion of the greatest combination of
window glass manufacturers ever
formed' in this country was completed
at Camden, N. J., today. It was
named' the (American Window Glas3
company and is composed of all the
factories of the counltry except half a
dozen small concerns. The capital
stock was fixed at $200,000, but the j
actual capital represented fin the com
bination aggregates nearly $30,000,000. 1
James M. Chambers of this city was
elected president, and Pittsburg was
chosen as the general selling agency. '
WARSHIPS' WINTER CRUISE.
North Atlantic Squadron Will Ba
Kept Away From Cuba.
New York, Oct 18. A Washington
special to the Hetrald says: The ad
ministration has practically determin
ed to keep the north Atlantic squad
ron away from the gulf during the
a:ming winter. While, no ordelrs
have been issued, ilt is generally un
derstood that Secretary Ljong will fol
low the course pursued by his prede
cessor and kciep the ships away from
Cuba. This means that during the
cold season the headquarters of the
squadron will be at Font Monroe, and
their evolutions will be held on the
southern drill grounds, just outside of
the capes. The intention to keep the
ships in the northern waters i3 due,
It is understood, to the desire to re
frain from giving any evidence of a
purpose to i&timidate Spain.
SNOWING IN IDAHO.
Wintry Weather in Uhe Southeastern
Pant of the State.
Pocatello, Ida., Oct. 18 The first
snow of the season commenced fall
ing here about 2 o'clock today, and
will probably continue till morning.
The same conditions prevail
throughout the entire southeastern
part of the state. It is feared that
much damage will be done to grain.
Beyond doubt the best residence por tion. The Northern Electric Car will
put you on the grounds within a five minutes' ride. The high land and
pure water of Brill's addition are two two essential points for a comfort
able home. Lota 50x137 feet and also one-half acre lots are sold so cheap
that any man may own hi3 own home in the most desirable spot in, Salt
River Valley. Consult any real estate agent in Phoenix or call on F. L.
Brill at residence i nthe addition. P. O. Box 484. .
Lose No Time In Investigating.
WE HAVE JUST
IN WEST WINDOW.
THE McDOUGALL-GAGE CO.
Next to Valley Bank.
A DARING VENTURE.
An Englishman! to Cross the Ocean
in an Eight-Foot draf t.
New .York, Oct IS. A London ca
ble dispatch to the Sun says: Wil
liam Oldham of Nottingham proposes
to cross the Atlantic in a steel boat
ninety-nine inches long, twenty-six
inches 'beam, and forty-two inches
deep- It will be propelled by a screw
driven by a bicycle-like arrangement.
A sort of (hood that can oe closed
ini rough weather will completely
protect the occupant. The boat will
be provisioned for fifty days, in which
time Oldham expects to reacn. New
York. He essayed to start from Liv
erpool Saturday, hut a defect com
pelled him to delay nls departure lor
The popular rendezvous is at Wake-
lin's pharmacy, the coolest room in
WE CAN SAVE YOV TIME
And tune is money. The Union Pa
cine makes the quicke-st time to neavi;
ail pointa east, also to all prtucipa
points west. Geo. Ady, general agwu
4l Seventeenth street. Lanver. ,
Make your cake
nice and light
and spoil its
flavor with poor
or doubtful ex
tracts or spices?
Or will you use
Tillmann & Bendel, Mfrs.
Phoenix Opera House.
He Players M
In the td rilling drama in five acts 1
"Tov. Tie Srat"
, Tnderttie ma affpment of
FRED B. MUSSEY.
t Gener tl admUfion, 50c. , Reseived seats, 75c.
ALL PRICES, 25c to $3.
SEE THE WINDOW
118-120 B. Washington, Opp. City Hill.
Notice to Creditors.
Estate of Harrlfon H. Campbell, decfased.
Notice is hereby given by the rmdiTsignec
administrator with the will annexed of the
estate of Harrison H. Campbell deceased,
totne creditors of and all persons hav
ing claims against the said deceased, to ex
, hibitthem with the necessary vouchers, with
in four months after the first publication oi
this notice to the said executor, at the office of
E J. Bennit, in Phoenix, Arizona, the same be
ing the place for the transaction of the tnsi
nes of said estate, in said county of f Arlcopa.
E. J BENS ITT,
Administrator with the will annexed of the
estate of Harrison H. Campbell, decea? ed.
Dated this 16ih dey of October, 1897.
First published in the Arizona Republican
Oetober 17, 1897.
BOYS' CLOTHING OF THE FINEST QUALITY
Boys' knee suits, the "Mrs. Jane Hopkins' Star Maie," fine all wool
materials, in the newest shades of brown and gray plaids and fancy
mixtures; well lined and finished. Will positively equal any $2.50 suit on the
market. To introduce these goods we will sell them at per suit,
" Va HcpKins
Boys Knee Suits.
Ages 3 to 8 years, "MRS. JANE HOPKINS' STAR MAKE," made of finest
quality, silk finished, black, clay worsted, handsomely trimmed, middle
junior, brownie and vestee styles. These goods offered as great bargains
elsewhere at $7.50, $8. Our price to introduce this make in Phoenix, on;y
BOYS' LONG PANTS SUITS.
Ages, 14 to 19 yearn, single and double-breasted,
made of fine all wool
fabrics in blues, black, brown and
gray mixtures, lined with best of
serge or Italian cloth, handsomely
tailored, up-to-date in every particu
lar; special price this week, $4.90.
BOYS' LONG PANTS SUITS.
Ages 14 to 19, made in singla and
double-breasted sack styles, from the
finest all-wool cheviots, tweeds, ta?
stareres and homespuns, in the latest
effects of gray and brown plaids and
mixtures, extra well finished and
trimmed; made to sell at t$10, $12. The
Hub's price; $7.90.
Men's cool weather suits and over
coats; we are the only house in Phoe
nix that cam furnish you with "Fech
heim'er Fishel" clothing, Bierman &
Heidelberg" overcoats; the very name
FechheSmer Fishel or Bierman & Hei
delberg) stands for high quality, stands
for excellence of weave and 'beauty of
designs and colorings; goods that a.re
known from Maine to California for
their downright goodness and wearing
Men's high grade wool suits, made
25 dozen ladies' "cow boy" hats,
finest quality fur felt, at any other
time would cost you $2, $2.25. Special
for this week only, including strap,
25 dozen golf caps, made of all-wool
materials, silk lined, dozens of dif
ferent patterns, all of them worth
double the very low price asked. The
Hub's price this week,
The deal that has just been consummated whereby the "Huh" acquires the
exclusive agency for Arizona for the justly 't celebrated MRS. JANE HOP
KINS STAR MAKE boys' and children's clothing, gives you the most ad
vantageous opportunity ever presented in Phoenix to
Clothe Your Boy in the
Highest Grade Suit He
Ever Wore at the Low
est Price You Ever Paid.
It is a marvelous assortment of
collection cf choicest patterns and
ever named on high grade good3.
Boys knee suits, ages, 3 to 16 years, made in reefer, brownie, sailer and
plain double-breasted styles. Prom pure all wool cheviots, tweeds, cassi
meres and worsteds, in the choicest and nobbiest plaids and mixtures,
lined with fine serge or Italian. The "Mrs. Jane. Hopkins' Star Make."
Regularly worth $4.35, $4:65. Our Intro ductory price only
Ages 6 to 15 years made in Yorkshir6 Brexel, reefer, brownie,-sailor and
plain double-breasted styles from the finest imported and domestic wool
ensincluding the choicest and netweBt -coloring and designs shown far
this fall wear; sewed with silk, extra wall trimmed and tailored. The
Airs. Jane Hopkins' Star Make" cannot be duplicated at a less price than
$7.50. Our introductory price
in neat dark brown and gray plaids,
checks and mixtures, lined with
double warp Italian, sewed with silk;
pants made with seamless waistbands
and patented buttons, real $15, $16 val
ues. Our price, $13, $11.50 and $15.
Men's very finest dress suits (F. F.
& Co. make) made of finest imported
English clay worsteds cut in sack,
double breasted sack and frock styles;
cut in newest length in coats and
medium and narrow rwldth pants; high
est standard tailoring, hand made
buttonholes, shouldelrs and lapel
hand padded, collars hand padded and
felled; not worth one cent less than
$22. Our price, onJy $16.00.
Men's winter weight covert cloth
top coats, made of extra quality covert
cloth, piped and finished throughout
with finest satins, in light and medium
shades, cut in newest fashions, regular
$16.50 values; we will open the season
with the coat at, $13.00.
Men's very fine fall and winter
overcoats made of highest grades,
patent kerseys, lined throughout with
extra heavy, high grade pure worsted
cloth; made with hand padded collars
and shoulders; your tailor would charge
1,000 MEN'S NOBBY FALL HATS.
Worth $2.50, $3, $3.50$ 4; latest fall styles, including all the blacks of cel
ebrated makes; made from finest fur felt, dn black, brown, pearl and steel;'
in all of the approved and muoh-to-be-worn-styles; not a leader of fashion
missing; fine silk linings and trimmings; hand made and finished hats,
worth $2.50; hats worth $3; hats wor.h $3.50; hats worth $4; for choice ct
this grand bargain assortment,
We are the only representatives in
Phoenix for the Royal Tailors, Chi
cago, the largest tailoring concern in
the world. We will make suits to
your measure, of Scotch plaid, at per
Heavy lightweight homespun. .$12.50
Of Green mixed ribbed cheviot.. $12.50
Of red and green mixed basket
We will make pants to your measure
at $2.95, satisfaction guaranteed or
no sale; our line of samples contains
everything that is fashionable and
popular; our prices we guarantee to
be at least 33 per cent less than any
high grade values; a most thorough
newest styles. Note the lowest price
you $35 for this gem. Our price dur
ing this week only $15.00.
Men's fancy brown laundemed shdrts,
splendid quality Madras bosom, extra
pair link cuffs, all new patterns, teg
ular price, $1.50. On sale this week
100 dozen mens French ribbed shirts
and drawers, extra fine quality, rein
forced taped seams, double stitched;
made to sell at 80 cents. On sale this
Fifty dozen men's natural wool
shirts and drawers, fine quality
combed yarns, ribbed bottom on shirts,
pearl ibuttons shirt and drawers. Spe
cial price, 76c.
I 100 dozen men's Australian wool
natural gray shirts and drawers, dou
. ble stitched flannel bands, shirts have
ribbed bottom By reason of early
purchase, our price, $1.25.
j 100 dozen, men's natural wool and
. camels' hair, half hose, 2-thread
' goods, seamless, double heel and toes,
I value 35c. Special at 17c.
Men's night shirts, best muslin, 51
inches long, silk embroidery front,
' sold everywhere at $1. Special at the-