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THE ARIZONA REPIIRLIC;AN- FRII5AY
,MIVRNING, OC rOBER 29. 18b7.
In your bicycle tires all your life, when a few dollars
bilY a Pair a Chase
Tough Tread Tires
that you cannot puncture? Now is a good time to buy, a i
the guaranty and free repair period is six months now, and
the new twomonths guaranty will soon be in effect, and it
is quite probable that the guaranty on tires and bicycles will
be removed altogether next year. We repair or replace
Chase tires here, free of charge.
PINNEY & ROBINSON,
Southwestern Agents for Chase Tires,
40 N. Center St.. Phoenix.
DEATH CAME A 1 LAST away before noon yesterday4--
Chief Justice Trutesdale was born
at Rock Island, Ill., in 1860. In 1880
--- he was graduated from the Iowa state
university at Grinnell, where :he
ellief Justice Hiram C. Trues- distinguished himseif by hard study.
After that he read law with Osborne
, dale is no More & Curtis ot Rock' Island and way" ad
mitted to the bar in 1882. He 'went to
w - ----Mitrrreapolis -4rhe same year and
ITHOUT PAIN formed a law partnership with Hon
Thomas Lowrey. Eater he was a.
member of the law trm of Truesdale,
- Lawrence & Coniston of Minneapolis,
(he End Known to be Near engaged largely in corporation prac
A Sketch of a Life of Prornisew His- licieIn the meantime he had married
a daughter of Mr. :R. B. Langdon, the
tory of the Beginning and -hn Out- and a relative of
line of the Progress of the Fatal
Chi& Justine :Hiram Curtis Trues
dale died at half past tour o'clock yes
terday afternoon. He had rested well General R. A. Alger. A li.tle more
than two years ago Judge Truesdale
came to Phoenix on business relatirag
to the affairs of the Minnesota &
Arizona Construction, crympany, in
which his father-in-law was interested.
has since resided In Phoenix.
the night before. In the morning he I He
seemled strtrnger and his senses more :
acute than they had been since last I. -- -- -
Sunday morning. But this rally was I
,..,..,,,,,;., ---: - - - -7- ' . - - - 1 ' .
the last flicker of the candle of life, !
for early in the forenoon he began to i ,er-, -----,,-- - -,..-,- .
sink, gradually, but szeadfly. Death '
came painlessly. I t -o ,..e...-A., .--i,.-,-- ; , -
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Judge Truesdale's last illness began ..--:---1
almost exactly a month ago, though I ' ' fk ' ,-.,..,: ;
he had bzen in ill health for weeks i ''-'-'-:- ' tit" --i:-- -4 .;---,
'before. During his Visit to Santa i :4-1's--- ' ' ;,1' ð- - 4 1
,Monina in the late summer and early I i '''''''.- ' I ' ' -
g ,7,6,0 -0,
-mn he was afflicted with lum- il t-'14--4,,,,,:-- , :
iA part of the time he was con? i t,i'-',!';'';'' !k' ),, -
to his bed. He was not Strong ; - 4 ... M..,i4.-z:. kA4 ... ',Aff , -
,,., ..1 ,,,., K.,,....4,,,'4: 4.,g, .
: lie renrned, and at once plunged i --"-,, K-4-,:,.-.4(''.'5, AS ',i ;
incessar.t. work, both in' his own I l'ik''-'4!'''-!- -11,-kt--?-lr4f4,41 , '''' ' '-'
1 r-4.7,,,- -zIre---44', 4 -,...r 1
and in that oikTudge Sloan at , ' -,i - t-,, 4r.,10,11 , ,
cytt, where he tr.7'.d an important ! i'it,---5 i.',-'''i -.'''''".--''''''S.',';:,--- i'Zi..-4-1
g suit for nearly thr,:e weeks. I .-...,41 7 i ,'''',.--------: i --'14.?...r,, --' , -r ii0:1
e-cision in this case, one of the i-4,7 " 4,:: - '-Ts--- Ar . ':' ,'-'-'4
learned ever rend:red in this I '' ' ' '-' - - . 411-C J' --
ry, involved great labor, which I .-.--,,,--;:':4 ---.7, , I-- -'- G '
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ly affected his 'physical, condi- ! f..1;"?i.a:1;.--ja-L, 4-,,,,,,I.I.---.,,,,,, ,, - A
He returtni 'to Phoenix on Sep- : :rF,-.',r,.7.-:47,;;;;-'s, , .itil) -iik..-'-'-- '''V - ---:,
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SO. On October 2 he submit- --;-,..7.t-r--1---Z---,:,A , '"-- -, tie ::::
.. a surgical operation for the re- ' -.1c1;:;,te.:Eit-s-0----", , --- N. - qi
,,,...--...1.----z-z,--,or.z.,-- N, N ,N1,1
moval of an enlarged bony growth ,-..z-,:ll,-.--.1z,---fr-y-.:1.1-:-.,-,-,--,:o "s rot,
within his right nostril. Two daye later -1,-.'I.Srla:-.7.:.-'7,7"-;Stiltii2;.stzzzl '''- N.,Nli'll
he visited his chamberr and t'he court :;-'";''''',,:-.2'..tr."-,,,,--214-7--,'--Z-.:; - A.:x1Y,k1,1
,-z,-,,,z,-,,z,..... --,-,,,,s-t,r,,,e.-.:: -
-, -...--..,-- -.4,-- -..,-- ''''''sVI
room for the last time. ...izi:',Z--,7".--!Zteign,-;-'440'. -4',-. --.Z,--tts..tt.:,,,.
The sy,mptams of his disease were N.---'-'-'"-----;-- - - '-:;-;-7-''','Zt-t-c
complicated and uncertain. It was at
first thought they indicated typhoid The Late Chief Justin?.
fever. Later signs of meningeal I
trouble were manifested. ;His condi- ,
tion at this time had grown so seri- ' On the change of the pr:sidential
ous that Mrs. Truesdalte, who was vis. administration Judge Trulesdale be
lting relatives in Minneapolis, was came a candidate for the office of
summoned. She arrived, followed two chief justice of the supreme court.
days- later by the judge's brother, Though he had been prominent in
Vice-President W. H. Truesdale, gen- politics, he had never before sought
rad Manager of the Rock Islatbd sys- cffice- Before be was of age he had
ton. For nearly a week after their been chairma,n of a republican, orga
arrival there was an apparent tim- nization at Ronk Island. He was a
nrovement in the patient's condition delegate to the republican national
and there' was hope and even a degree conivention at Chicago in 1888 and
of contildience that he would recover.
there formed the acquaintance and
Last Sunday afternoon thlere was a gained the friendship of Major Mc
decided hange for 'the worse, but the Kinley, between whom and Judge
next vhng there was an improved Truesdale's father a friendship had
-condit arked by more or less been formed at an Ohlo college forty
favors,. e symptoms, which all passed years before. The chief justiceship
. .. .
Pure Illinois Apple Cider?
Pure New Orkans Moiasses?
Atlanta. Fat Family Mackerel?
Italian lAmcfn Sausage?
Cooked Vienna Sausage an Sauer
"Naban" 'Pea, the Finest Unfer
mented Ceylon Tea in the World?
Arabian Mocha and Java Coffee,
On the change of the presidential
administration Judge Truesdale be
came a candidate for the office of
chief justice of the supreme court.
Though he had been prominent in
politics, he -had never before sought
office, Before be was of age be had
-been chairma,n of a republican, orga
nization at Rock Island, He was a
delegate to the republican national
conivention at Chicago in 1888 and
there formed the acqu:aintance and
gained the friendship , of Major Mc
Kinley, between whom and Judge
Truesdale's father a friendship had
been formed at an Ohio college forty
years before. The chief justiceship
was comparatively easy of attain
intent. The judge was supported by
such mei; as General Alger, Hon.
Henry C. CaMwell, the great United
States circuit fifteen senators
and more than a. sews of representa
tives. Re was appointed on June 26.
Comparatively little was known here
of Judge Truesdale's legal cr judicial
qualifications. In :fact, his personal
acquaintance was limited. But from
the beginning be crea'ed a favorable
impression both regarding this person
ality and bis official capabaity. His
last work was the trial of the Seven
Stars mining snit at Prescott, in, which
he rendered a decision witich will al
ways be regard,ed as a model legal doc
ument. - 4
- The people of the territcs7, espe
cially members of the tar, have felt
the keenest Interest in his late illness,
not only on account of their friend
ship for him, but because within the
few months ,he had been on the bench
he had given sufficie,nt earnest of his
public usefulnms. iHe had pr-oved
tati; i-Ak a
that he was a 'man 'whose place' It. d
would he lard to fill. . P
Judge Truesdale leaves a wits and ,.
two ehildren. Accompanied by :his (011
brother, Mr. W. H. Truesdiale, they
will leave tonight for Minneapoils, hould e in every family n n n
1 1 IS
where interment will take place. Me: medicine chest and every
rtanains will , be escorted to tit 1 travener's grip. They are
depot by the governor, territorialer ;
federal officials, by the various s, re-t I tia8n1 111 when the stomach
tuvaeobietrorotbri;e8.cormie ihdeaaneadcheetn. heitelinont.snzesszeannu.d
societies to which the judge belenged I
and by "B" company. N. G. A. -Flags! ' ,,,,,e
on the public !buildings will oat at ! of roots to harvest. The company is
half mast. The district c
and the district clerk's Ince will be 1 waiting for a new harvesting machine
which is being perfected in New York.
draPed, and by an order;of Gorvernor ; The normal foot ball team Is doing
McCord, Issued late,l-liet might, all I
--- i some hard work preparing 'to issue a
territorial offices will' be closed after i challenge.
12 o'clock noon today.
I Peter Windes was obliged to leavle
Unusual intereet attached to Judge .
; the normal for a short time to return
Truesdale's illneis, .not only by reason ! home for rest and to recuperate.
of the prominthee of the patient. but I There will be another social at the
also on account of curious professional I reading roam on Saturday evening. i
complicaitioes which arose (luring its , Miss Josie Carroll obtained templa- I
progress. As has been. stated. on Oc- 1 rary leave of absence from the normal I
tober 2 an operation wa3 performed .
1 to assist Postmaster Hodnett take I
for the removal of a 'bony grow-th ; charge of the postoffice the first of the
within,the right nostril. An attemp:1 month.
was ade some years ago ttO remove !
, The class in geometry at the normal
it, t it was abandoned on account ,
has become so large as to make it
-of , he unbearable pain atettiding the , ,,,,emary 'to divide et into .two sec
operation. The last operation was I tions. . I
performed by Dr. Lang. From a pro- t G. Vines drove into town late this
fessiomal point of view it was quite , evening with two freight wagons
successful. Two days later an in
tense headache. attend,ed by a fever, ,
I loaded with 4,500 pounds of merchan
dise from E. F. Kellner. He will load
set in. Whether the fever indicated I two tons of flour from Hayden's mill '
an inflammation of the 'brain could n,ot I
1 in the morning end start for Adams'
at first be determined. The patient! ranch, Fort ,McDowell. All the goods
grew worse aeld paralysis of the left!
I go to E. J. Bonacker of PaySon. From
side of the face and the upper left 1 the ranch it will all ,be packed over
side of the body appeared. Drs. 1 RE110. 011 burros. The teams will
Wylie and Duffield were called In con- I bring back 'four tons of gold ore from
sultation. The physlelisits all believed Payson, shipped by Mr. Bonacker, the
at 'this atage- that -tne trouble was , Paysen merchant.
1, menin seal. Dr. Wylie believed fur- !
ther that it was cerebral and that pos- I To Coro tonstiparLon Forever.
sibly it was septic. .- I Truce Cascar ts Caudy Cathartic. foc or me.
DT. P1111113.11 was called in consulta- If C. C. C. fail to Aire. druggists refund money.
tion shortly before a change lot phy-1
h has been, built out of one
sicians occerred. R mast his opinion
that it was septic anenirgitis. Beei A ehurc
big tree, at Santa :Rosa, Cal. The
lieving it possible, though, that the whole structure and its furniture were
abscess had not yet lamed he recome made from one goodly specimen, of
mended the employment of active rem- 1 l'I'he interior is finished and
edies. The dour physicians mow in the : paneled in Iv , ,
ood also and there were
case bad praetically agr--...ei upcvn the! a lot of shingles left over. .
diagnoels. They 'were !equally unani- 1
mous as to 'the prognosis. If the trou- 1
ble was cerebral and septic, as their 1
investigations had led them to be-I I, r) 0 0 oo
lieve, death was inevitable. The eol- I
lapse might occur early. The diseaee I Sehi IINC"' S Besi is better
might run a fatal course in six days-I e,
and the patient might survive thirty . than any olher bakino--powder,
days, but not longer. Tbough they I 0,
had mot utterly given up hope, the '
, and does at least a quarter
prognosis was so nearly devoid of ' 1
tmore WOr,e. - - -
hope that !the friends of Judge Trues- ,
dale ineisted upon admitting physi- 1 Your grocer returns your
clans of the hortreopathic school into I
the case. The regular physicians were I money. if you don't think so.
prevented by ethics from associating 1
A Schilling & Cotnpany
with thern. Mr. S. R. H. Robinson, I
who had -assumed charge of the Pa-1
.i San Francisco 2111
tient, was insistent. The re,gular phy ,
sicians withdrew and Drs. Belden and i
Goodwin were called in, Their diag- 1
nosis was widely different. They pea- t. Pat Steedy on Gambling.
flounced the disease typhoid er mottn,1 When asked how, if he always play
tail. fever, and Dr. Goodfellow of ! ed a square game he could always
Tucson, who tad also been summoned,1 find people he could beat. Sheedy re
agreed with them and endorsed the I plied: "My, 'boy, a sucker is born
treatment which they had adopted. 1 every minute, and," he added. "some
There was an apparent improvement !times twins."
in the patient's condition. within the I . Of all the twin suckers we know
next two or three days. The progress it of, t,he greatest are: The one that
cf the Idisease after that has been , believes all the best drugs and chensi
made known from tima o time. Aj eels are kept by one store; and the
symptom which the retiring phys1-1
viother is the one who believes :hat all
clans had' predicted would be preva1.- i drug stores keep equally as -good
lent until death, 'was man:fest, a head- I drugs and chemicals.
ache, ether constant or recurrent.1 The claim we make .is that we dis
The physicians in attendance pro- 1 pense woht-mg
flounced it to be neuralgic. The two , but pure drugs and
chemicals, and our stock contains more
' corps of physicians even hold dif- good values for your money than all
lerent opinio-ns as to the Imm'ediate there.
DR. G. H. KEEFER.
1 cause of death- These in attendance ;
Opera House Block.
believe that the patient's Ireart, worth!
1 by the, long course of the fever, gave k .
way. The others betieve that the pre-,3e
1 diction made two weeks ago was veri- e..
fied, that respiration ,was cut off hy rte. UT . 1 fl '
1 the closing grip of the palsy. As no .:-,-
post mortem examination mill be held, -..,-. e II 0 IU
1. none of these varying views cam ever -
1 be adjusted. . ..
I , .
TEM,PE NEWS. .
Intelligence Concerning the Normal, , .
t Personal Matters.
I , . ....
I Tempe, Airiz., Oct. 23.--(Special People comina to Phoenix and
. , wisbing to fit up for
i Correspande,nce of The Republicam.)-e . ,, .
Tem,pe was visited by a very light - ' . - -
! rain this afternOon. .,
Messrs. Heiman, Gage,' Robertson, I H
Peterson and Goodwin took the train I, .
for PhOenix it-his afternoon. ; 1 . ,
To go to .
! The Hagans received ten cars of ;, . ,
fest:leis this lording from the south- I , ,
- ern Part of the territoty.
1. Zanjero Fisher has seventy-live , Dorris Bross
men employed on the southern branch, .
e.f 111m ,r.rn ru. a Lt nh
tot the Tempe ditch. 1 Air Al, AL
George N. Gage shipped a car of
lumber to Mesa this morning. It Will
They keen bot
be used on the headgates of the Con ,
ond hand goo
solidated canal. one to under
,A. J. PeVers will ship a car of hay
to Willcox and a car to Clifton to-
bliss Sharpe organized three classes ,
No. 20 V. Washin
in special work tn phys:cal culture
at the normal today.
1 R. O. Greaves' new water plant will
. 1 ; 1 'v.'
of roots to harvest. The company is
waiting for a new harvesting machine
which is being perfected in New York.
The normal foot ball team Is doing
some hard work preparing to issue a
Peter Windes was obliged to leav's
the 'normal for a short time to return
home for rest and to recuperate.
There will be another social at the
reading room on Saturday evening. i
Miss Joste Carroll obtained temP3-1
rary leave 0f absence from the normal
to assist Postmaster Hodnett take
charge of the postoffice the first of the
The class in geometry at the normal
has become so large 'as to make it
necessary to divide lit into two sec
G. Vines drove into town late this RI
'evening with two freight wagons ;
loaded with 4,500 pounds of merchan
dise from E. F. Kellner. He will load L
two tons of flour frogn Hayden's mill
in the morning tend start for Adams'
ranch, Fort McDowell. All the goods
go to E. J. Bonacker of Pay Son. From
the ranch tit will all be packed over
REMO. on burros. The teams will
bring back Ifour tons of go:d ore from
Payson, shipped by Mr. Honecker, the
Pay Son merchant.
tne 'normal tor a snort !time w reLurn r,4
home for rest and to recuperate.
There will be another social at ths A -DIEHL -NHOE CO
reading room on Saturday evening. i
They keen both new and sec
ond hand goods and allow no
one to under sell them.
No. 20 W. Washington St.
Ibe a ten-foot wheel on a -fifty-foot apitol Lodging House
tower, which will also support a tank '
of fifty-one barrels' capacity. The ,
tower is now up anid waiting for the' know open and ready for guests. Also will
I be'leased at a great bargain to the right party.
mill ,which is expected tonight. I Completely furnished, 26 rooms, Corner Tbird
There are now seventy Mexican
children enrolled in the Tempe school. , street and Washington.
The canaigre Company 'has 400 acres. RUINER Owner.
Style and Quality
at the top of the ladder,
Prices 'at the Bottoms
These are the principles upon which we have built up our
BIG MILLINERY BUSINESS
JUST INFelt Sombreros for school wear, new, pretty
and only $1 each. To see them is to buy them.
High-Grade but not 11,igh prices. 142 E. Washington St.
Our medium priced ladies' shces are
In a $2.50, $3, $3.50 and $4 shoe we
few pairs of ladies' pointed toe BIM
SPECIAL OFFERS THIS WEEK.-FOR RENT- Elegant office såuflaiesnisinEZseltioPnb oåvrie .
National Bank of Arizona Six room brick ht use on Adams street bet. 5th sine sill Aveir:
FO it SALE--Six room brick louse, modern Improvements, enoice lecation A bargain
LIFE, FIRE, PLATE GLASS AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE.
ar- A hearty invitation to can and see us- 7
Sixth Avenue Hotel.
Remodeled and refurnished. Broad, Sunny
Verandas. Table the Best in the City.
POSITIVELY NO INVALIDS TAKEN.
I). WA. I, SIT, Man a ger.
'Visitors Attention !
lf 5 ou want to rent or buy choice city propertl oNtil on
HOADLEY, TURNUULL & CO.;
e':' ,,, i ,,
ii - ulosing uut Salul,
All that large and varied assortment of merchan-:: .'
:: dise contained in the Bee Hive Store will be on sale at:
: less than cost for the next thirty days. : .
: Show Cases Counter Cases, Two Safest
and Fixtures for Sale. t .
, A I TT 1
Open All Night
3 Åe itEleltill
Coffees at our expenso
CHIPMAN BROS THE GROCERS
fris a ttA
25c to S3 - -
See the Window.
118 120 East Washington St.
Opposite City Hall.
TO MESA. AND TEMPE. ,
On and atter July 1 my tares will re
main the same as heretotore. but atter
having knocked out the railmad their
will not be advanced.
can surely fit and please you. A
on hand ts almost give away.
a-id they are Jim Slickers.
Pho.enix - Grocery Comply:;,-,
- Fine, Fresh
GROCER, 1 -
Cor. Washington St. UNDER FORD ROTEL
and Second Avenue.
THE RICHELIEU , :
'" SCOTT & FLETCHER.
1 Good Things to Drink i 52
And a Bite to Eat '
21 South Center Eft.. PHOENIX i c. :
THE IRVINE CO.
Booksellers, are now In
their new store. Call and
see us. A complete stock
at the lowest vices- Do
not forget cyur IleW number. 136
Bast Washington street.
Is the best medicine I ever used. -
writes Mrs. Chas. Genning of
Yarnell, Ariz ma. Retail trade
MONT. P. CHUBB' ,
-Keystone Pharmacy, Phoenix. '
Do You Want the Best?
If so. why ttot take the verdict of ,
the people? Our say 80 or, a lot of
"smooth" talking does not make a
thing good, but what do the best fam-,
ilies of Phoenix say? Star bread hai
the sweetest and best taste of any
bakers we ever ate in Phoenix or,at
the coast. We liever found its equal. ,
What better argument do you want,
compared with the leading bakers of
the west? And our "home made"
brand just what lovers of good,
wholesome bread want. Be sure you
are getting "Star" and have no other.
Hot twice a day. Telephone 65.
A. L. FISHER.
THE PROVIDENCE FUR CO".
Wants all lauds of Furs. Sams, Ginseas, '
erns. Rte. Prices quoted for next sixty days as
Silver Fox $15.00 to 1150.00' -'-- ,
Bear $5.00 to 525.00
Otter St 00 to $900 .
Martin S2.00 to $9 00 ' -
Beaver $2.10 to $3 50 per pound
Wolf $1,00 to $2.00 -
Red Fox .,
11.00 to $200 ,
Mink 75 et& to 11.00
Skunk 25 eta, to $1.00 ,
Gray Fox 50 ets. to 75 cts
Rat Slots. to 25 ets , - ..;,
Price list on all other furs and ikin a
furnished upon application. Full prices guar
anteed, careful selection. courteous treatment
and immediate remittance on all consign-- :
In your bi,
will buy a pair
that you eann(
the guaranty a
the new two-11
iS quite probab
-- be removed alt
Chase tires bel
P I N
ellief Justice Hi
, dale is
he End Know
A Sketch of a Life ,
tory of the Begi
line of the Prof
dale died at half pa
terday af ternoon.
the night before.
seemled stronger a
acute than they h
the last flicker of
for early in the fo
sink, gradually, b'
almost exactly a
he had been in il
'Monica in the late
-mn he was I
IL part of tl
to his bed.
, lie returned,
and in that
cytt, where he
,g suit for 11
ecision in t13
30. On 0(
a surgical o
- moval of an erb
within his 'right no
, he visited his chit
room for the last I
The symptoms ,
complicated and u:
- first thought the3
fever. Later sig
trouble were man
tion at this time
ous that Mrs. True
Ring- relatives ly
summoned. She a
days, later by th
rad manager of t'
tam For nearly
arrival there waa
provement in the
and there' was hop
of contidleince that
Last Sunday at
decided hange fo,
-next ktddikrig 'the
favors,. e symptom
' Do Y1
Pure Illinois Apple (
Pure New Orkans
Atlanta Fat Fatally
Italian linnet Sausal
Cooked Vienna Sau
"Narban" 'Pea, the
mented Ceylon Tea in
Arabian Mocha um
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tnat ne was a man wnose piace
) would he lard to fill.
Judge Truesdale lfaves a Wits and
two Children. Accompanied by :his
brother, Mr. W. H. Truesdiale, they
will leave tonight for Minneapodis, e in ever
fra fir-0101-cl where Interment will take place. Thnmedicine chest ar
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