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THE AHIZOITA UEPTjiJIilCAl? i TCTESDAY 3JOB17T2TG FEERUAKT. 7f 1SS9.
8 Horse B aaice -A N D- LAP ROBES., -A T- 124 I2G Cast Washington St. PHOENIX., ARIZONA. RULES DISREGARDED (Continued From First Page.) vote was 13 ayes to 9 nays. The chair ruled that the motion was lost. Mr. Adams insisted that the vote ordered the previous question. The chair explained that under the rules a two-thirds vote was required to order the previous question. Sir. Adams said that two years r.gj a majority vote ordered the previous Speaker -simrst r?plird questior. that, it that was true the rules tro years ago were wrong. There was ap plause for the epcaker and the fili busterinj; of the republicans continue.!. By this time the absent democrat, Cray, had taken his seat, and the c-Dtm-cil came over to see the fun. Mr. Hunt, of the council, who had had his parliamentary eyeteeth out last Satur day, and who knew the inherent lights of a majority, went over to Mr. Adams' seat and began to coach him. Mr. Scott made an explanation of his attitude, charginsr the democrats iRST. J.Ir. ?.nnder.' h.snrf hill i" No. Z" And ir. in I he ju.l k in vy (wmnii ire. Mr. Sandeis introduced a. 'bill to es tablish a date for payment of employe.; and to provide for attorneys' tecs. It provides tir.it em ployors of l-ihor sin!! des-i::n.ilo a cerlsiia dale within tiiirly after liir (oninuiMi'iitrnl nt" .such labor, Hie date upon which ;:!! ii'tiucy di;c a;; v.-if-vs or r.r.'.r.ry shell pf.id !' the omployes for nil labor p-r f; ru; il prior t') fii'ii"'ti days t Ic-rct o. lit case of failure to doi-anata a date, then the date occurring thirty days a.' ! the commencement of such labo shall be deemed to be the date for such payment. If any employer shall fail or refuse to pay his employe or employe ns provided, such employe cr employes may commence an action in any court of competent jurisdiction against such employer, and upon judgment. Iieinjc lendered in t.tvor r.f plaintiff, il shall lie the duty "f the jus! he of i lie p;-ac. or bidae trviarr Ihe ca.se. to incli-de ir, the judgment a reasonable a t.irnrr's fee to be fixed by said justice or judge, in addition to the amount of wag&s found to be due. Mr. Parr introduced a bii prohibit ing giving unjust references, thereby preventing wcrkingincn from obtain ing employment.". The bill provides that all references in regard to work ing men shall 'apply to character ami ability only. Any person giving writ ten or verbal references which shall contain more than implied in section 1 or shall in any manner directly or in directly give malicious references that is liable to prevent a workingman from obtaining employment, shall be guilty cf a misdemeancr. Violators of the provisions of the law shall b3 deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction in any court of compe tent jurisdiction fehall be fined net less than fifty dollars nor more than three hundred dollars, and shall be liable for any damage that may ba sus tained by reason of their failure to Ffagstaff Wants ii in the Re formatory CusJoing. Trie Ciliicns Want School flj'jras In stead of D3J Dovs EtPucafcd in Their Town and Ashutsf Pre sents Necessary Legislation. Speaker Asiiurst yesie.uay iz duecd a bill in the house creating tro-tiie ritory and for eastern tonri'.t"; sr. weii. ' Amour; the loiter, rn.-oir-n i.nreu :.i ient i.-;ts and -ducaiors, from wlu.m lectures, ar.d even short coursrs ct in ntruction. could thus be secured. Also, r.uch a school could be advantage wsly ' made a substitute for the present ! I I'acltcrs' institutes and the location of ! tlio ho well n!i?frvatnry at this point j makes it peculiarly accept aM-? ;n a -r lifiless you are Bargain Proof These Prices will win your Patronage Northern Arizona Normai H;ho 1, t.s ing the building- at Klasi J If, ori-in-ally intended for a l efuriiiatm y. In connection with this subje-.-t Hie rUi aens of Flagstaff through a cm; mi I lea, will today present the following t the legislature: "At a mass meeting held in Flag staff, on the evening cf January 21, 1839, the undersigned were appointed a committee to report on the bast dis position to bo made of tire building known as the Territorial Home fcr the Insane. -Our committee discussed the question in all its phases, with ih3 re sult that we unanimously recommend that the property "uo converted into a normal school, with a preparatory de partment. Vi'c believe t'.iat such a U33 cf the property would be to the great advantage of the entire territory; En1 that you may have an appreciatirn of our conclusion in this matter, we sub mit the following consideration:: "To begin with, the territory has h:r: the shell of a building which has ccst approximately, $05,0 JO. We are con fident that anyone who has examined the building will testify that the mono; thus far expended upon it ha; been well spent. Arc-hitac-tai ally. I ;-: reaiion of its location, on account cf excellent workmanship, it is Lv fir the f.nw.t public odiiico in thete. ritory. The interior has not bee a completed, j so that it can be conveniently arrang d j for any use to which the building m sy j be set apart. At present however, I'. ; is a "white elephant" cn the hands of j the territory, and the question i ., what! shall be done with it? Under the ex- j exempted by tbr previous legislatures j isting staiute. it is designated as a cl the terrurry of Arizona. home for the insane, but we relieve Mr. I'nnau presented a bill raisins thai present condition ; make H un-vi. o the compensation to be paid district i to cocr.plcte it for this ptvtpose; a rc- s 'judges by tiie territory from SG00 to ! form school is out of the- quest:on ; a'ci ! Si ofirt nr tnmim A f i or tlio 111 hiri I Vnr;3 will not arive nr. the rem c- Aiv. jjenaam indignantly charsed the ; i-r, n vr,--.a r-n ,.c(- i;,-.-, -,r tM,J;i;-; T; hr.a l.c-n s,;sre--s eil tint :l:e nvoved that further consideration of i; ! building be sold: but as this i3 tae be indctifiniteliv posrecned. Mr. Scott I only northern tovritnri&l institution H tiioujrht it fair to the judges to have j cannot be expected that we sh .u"d the bill considered in committee. On : consent to its sale: and there are se - a i oil call Mr. Mcore's motion was lost, and the bill was referred to the judiciary committee. Speaker Ashnrst presented a bill ' creating the northern Arizona norma! ! school, to inhabit the flagstaff builc! ! ins erected for a reformatory. -Mr. Kiz presented a bill amending the gambling law so as to prohibit ! gambling in places where women are j employed. It also provides that only i T-r-tT yr,.rvzi c'-ll n r-o"n f.o.l frxt. , Tl..r.n hn u',X' "" : Pr cc: r:t of the students cf tuiicno come iroiu r.ia: l.upu uiiu comply 'with the law 'Mr. Parr introduced a bill providing that any person, persons, firm, com pany or corporation refusing to pay taxes on certain properties that have not been exempted by acts of the leg islature cf the territory cf Arizona shall not icceive the benefit of the ser vices of any county or territeria! peace officer in the protection of the propeity they refr.se to pay taxes on. This act does not ap;dy to properties meeting place for our teachers ani rdiHlonts. And by ;mch an arratv;e ment. we believe inca hit ulable moral and intcliet t.nal benefit would rout t to the territory at large. "While there may be some minor ob jections to the proposer! plan, arid while there may be some important changes demanded in our existing 'aws, before it can be put into effect, we believe there ate no insane able nor. even very considei abl v obstacles', lo be fsvei'i'ome. On the other hand, the considf-ra i ions alrrady reciied. a: well as numerous ti!!.- is which wi l IP manifest to anyone who will give? (be subject-idi'ie consideration, all crn-.pire t8 recommend the action aske 1. We cannot believe this measure wiil meet with any particular opposition: but that, rather, the .legislature wi l glad to make rsuch advantageous dis position of this piece cf property ; and we especially b?lieve that the legisla tors from the southern counties wiil be cordially willing to thus afferd to our youth the advantages which wj have already assisted in bastow'nx upon their own. Very l esoet tfuliy i P yours, E. S. Clark, chairman; C M Funston, N. T. Layton, F. W. Sisson M. J. Ricrdan, committee." : n : 0 ! No matter .whether you buy a pair of socks, a pair of shoes, or a suit of clothes, you can rely on the price being the lowest. We have marked quick, good-bye figures on all Small and Broken Lots and are closing them out at less than wholesale cost. All Winter Goods at nearly half-price to make room for our Immense Spring Purchases. CCOD REASON FOR IT. 2 i ucson, Ariz., Jan. 2i, 1SD3. Mrs. j Flora McGee. Box 7S7, this place, has j speak weil of the fa- j Hood's Sarsaparilia. hiie says her little son hati oeen sickly i 3k for some time, bat after taking Hood's Sarsaparila he is strr.ng and hearty. Men's Fine Clothing at HalfsPricc- Closing out every Fhiit and Overcoat at TTalf Price. A rare op:,aortunity to gat a no garment at a low price. All our elegant Snits from the best man ufacturers in America, the very finest fabrics, go on sale at half price. We want the cash that is tied up and we want the room for our immense spring tsocks. $3.65 $5.25 18.65 good reason to mous medicine. l COLLECTING WIT KG I TV. I will not be rcspo'Js.ble for tiers or collections that R. IT. v. ill make. O. Herman with bad faith in ch; nging the com- l r AUTHOR- ! 1 any or- SMtTiT 1 ban 1' rancisco. Ken's cnira GVjJ Uli Man's $7.50 and $10. suits, Men's 12.50 and $15. suits, Men's 18 00 and. $20. suits, $11 75 Men's $1,25 and $1.50 pants, 85c $2.50 pants, $1.65. 9. P IBS sD I n n 0 lea's $5. .and $8.50 pants, $3.25. piesion of tlu? resolution, and he a'sj charged that the Adams substitute was the work of the democratic caucus. democrats with "filibustering," which, in view of the desperate efforts of the republicans to throttle the previous Question, turned the lavgh largely upon the curio man. " Finally, through the coaching of the experienced councilmen, the previous question was demanded, and the result was a party vote cf 13 democratic eyes, ! to 10 republican nays. Speaker i Ashurst ruled that the motion was: lost, two-thirds of the members rot ' having voted in tiie affirmative. Mr. i Adams had his cue by this time an-i j he appealed from the decision of the ! chair. The question be:ng should ths ; chair be sustained, the vote result sit ' 11 ayes to 12 nays, the speaker voting j to sustain his own decision, which he j had no right to do. Had the .absent j republican been seated, the vote would ; have been a tie, the chair would have j been sustained, and the house might I have been still in session, bp to This point Mr. Ashurst had been fair, but j ( here he went to pieces. lie ruled that j the decision of the chair on a ques- I tion which required a two-thirds vote i to carry had been overruled by a ma- ' jcrity vote, and thaf the question be-! fore the house was the adoption of t:re j resolution. The resolution was thru ! adopted by a vote of 13 to jO. j The substitute resolution now gres J to the council, and the congratulations ' to the silver senators have ail the ' characteristics of platonic love, cr counterfeit money. If the democrats can afford to offer either to the objects i of their political affection the genera! public should be able to look on com- j placently. i Aside from the adoption cf the reso- ' lution both bodies put in a good day's work, and much important legislation was planted. The recommendation of the governor touching female suffrage, and the re- ions to selling n, inree ' ions object a purchaser could be secured, cr i: i: could be sold uudir the terms cf title, both of which are doubtful. We can not allow this fine structure to fail ! into decay, however; and we hellet'o i there is need i:i the educational ays- j tern of the tern tor j- to the snpplyiu cf which it n-av well be devoted. I i ".'iii examination of the rolls of tin : ! territorial university and normal ! ! school, rever-.ls the fact that eightv-iiv j ! he.-e i" A.J- BRDLEY, Funeral Director AND ..CrfBALiVliER.. A Lady Einba'mer to Attend to Ladies and Children. Prompt and Efficient Service Guaran teed. Telephone S4-. rnfsnjnns 5ose. Men's Working- Sahis, worth 50: Men's Fine Liunderci Percale and Madras SKirts, Jetaciicd collars and cuffs, -worth. $1.03, for ZiT- t " Qj S Qj US 2 f cjsns . . p O u mmm nj a c mi its- " HDa' ss e " S 5. I X Men's Genuine Scaml?ss Sox. Brown, Black an-i Tan . . 8c Men's Facy Sttspcnccrs, worth 50c i2 HANAN & SON'S 5 MEN'S FIME SHOES. The Best Shoe on Earth, (here only) in ihe Latest Styles for Spring Weir. Mr. Donau presented a bill directing the territorial treasurer to transfer to the general fund any money remaining in unexpended special appropriations. ?tlr. Eenham gave notice that he will introduce a bill fixing the salaries of boards of supervisors in counties of the- first class. "Ir. Adams gave notice that he. will introduce a bill regulating the license fees cf insurance companies. I.lr. Moor gave notice that he will counties, while only oecasirmal'y 13 found a name from the north rn coun ties of the territory. Thij cannot be wholly due to a lack of dc-s're on the I part of the pupils cf the north-mi schools, for the advantage e cf higher 1 ' education. as a matte? cr met, ve j know it is not due to this ou-o In a (majority of cases, but to many other r.uses: among the n.o-.t important la 1 5ns distance and expense. The esta- oduce a bill permanently locating 1 ,1,1 i,i " 'n ci:m,., 'tho ) . ir 7-Ht m Boerff mm a ioe snn O nfhsnfif Hnuse A, UtntnJitR OUR PREE EMPLOYMENT QfFICE. nvc v-r.HT fiv! v ivu o V . . . . . ...... f Tho Him .itricrl A v n i r n "- '- "' im'" ' . !.'. . . . " ' 11 I Pticeinl KnaiifiiH'ni of tiie lrJivori;i' Play, tin b'.im-ss f Th rot' .Sfuswn, O o o o o o 0 j Osteopathy tne territorial prison. Mr. Moore waits the penitentiary. The committee having under consid eration the bill creating the county of Pi.-ago asked for further time cn the bi!!. which was granted. Mr. Bunch's council bill 24 fixing the time for holding court in the four ju dicial districts, passed the council. This is the bill presented by request of the judges. Mr. Goldberg's railroad freight bill, fixing maximum charges, was amended extensively in the corporation com mittee of the council, and the bill will be further considered in committee cf the whole next Thursday. Mr. Murphy's council bill No. 27, presented yesterday, fixes the maxi mum rate of railroad passenger frre at three cents per mile. It was sent to cent work cf the members cf thAV. C. T. IT. bore fruit in the legislsJrfire yes terday morning. The following "bill "defining the rights of women," was introduced in the council by Mr. Mtir-ithe committee on corporations. phy and in the house by Mr. Sanders: The bill increasing the licsnse fee "That every woman above the age of : of the pack peddlers passed the coun-twenty-one, residing in this territory, I cil. and otherwise possessing the qualifiea- ! The council adopted, a concuri ert tions of an elector, shall have the right ! resolution providing for a joint ccm- to vote and hold office, and there shail ;mittee ct u to invest be no distinction between the sexes; of the capitol buildir as to the qualifications of voters or the ;and determine what future right to hold office." tion is required. Mr. Murphy's council bill is No. 2ft. It is now in the territorial affairs committee and on order of third read- ate the accru1 commissi difficulties: would give an opportunity to those who desire it, to secure a bat ter education ; and would develop in others the cravirfg for mote kicw lrd;e. Even with such nerd as cx:sts at the north, we would not ask the leg islature to build up and equip a sch:cl for us But. wo have thirj splc '.did building and have sufficient money ap propriated to put it in cDnditiDii fJr use as a normal echool: and if thi'i ij done, its privileges will uadoubt diy be sought eagerly by the youth cf the northern counties who are now almost cut off from the benefits cf advanc?d education. We iel confident that the attendance at ch a school wiil bo much larger from the oegmmnT. tran the present normal had in the first years of its existence: and this withrut interfering with the older school's con stituency "Moreover with a preparatory de partment which shall cover practica ly the ground of a high school course, the opportunities of -the not mal course prooer. will soon be mtu h more wide- Tennessee's Parted The (ielVhuul 'ouierty-Pm;. -,'.. s-M-ri-s: el ly Pi'ct JIarU'-s ! iiisii." oraaiu-r. j.r.'S'-ni.l l.y Artli ur c. A'.st.iv ' :,v, ,r;'ul . omji.!;y,im-lulin;T Harry Mainhali, . Estha Williams. Jane Corcoran, Percy Piunkett, Annie Mortimer, Frank M. Kelly, Fanny Curtis, Theo. Westaian, Charles Pow ell, Thomas Stubbs. Walter Kydcr, J. M. Kilduff, George Mansfield. And nil of the oriRiiml (IUEAT NEW YOitK COMPANY. Jfc;;;- the (lol.U'ii Nr.jfKot (juartot ! D. L. CONNOR. J. CONNOR. THE ALHAME.RA. Office Honrs: 9-12 I-, Consullaf ion PRCC One Confectionery yy yyyyyy n. aporop- i r- t0 I ly available, an adequa.e atten- A HALL CF HHCOP.D3. Bill to Purchase the Capital Traction Company's Square. WE WILL Have on display in our windows iUUAY andifi'e'-' The SATURDAY full line cf Mexican Carved Belts and Hat Bands., and the latest patterns in Burned Work on Leather 1322 Feb. 6. Th 3 house public buildings and ordered a favorable re hill 11.760. for ths pur- Capital T:aci;n c;.n: at Faurtet-nUi and 15 a sue for a hall missi n cf the end th? iS5 (. r ot GREENE, The Washington, committee 011 giounds today port cn bouse chase (if thc pauy's sfiuare trcets UGitawest for ids. bill provides that consisting cf the ae"reca:y treasury, the secretary of wa: : attorney general, shall parch; otherwise sectue for fi:e c.s-e govemraoitt of the I'nited Stit'S a hall of records, or for tiie L"; Sle.tos and the District of Coitiiuli the plat of ground indicated. The ooinmission is authorized purchase the tract 01 land as so" praciica'ula, at such price as may fixed by agreement between the com mission and the owners, not exceeding the actual cash value thereof: Pro vided. That no money shall be ex pended for the purchase of the land or any part thereof until the wiitt-n opinion of tiie attorney shail be br.ri in favor of the validity of the tit.io it the land. The commission shail reprrt to c ti gress at its next session ti-o aeli-n taken under the provisions of the bill. :o: John D. Rockefeller's fad is music, and it is said 'he plays every minute he is at home. Although greatly both ered by persons asking alms, ho never refuses a man on the street. - 1 tie ir. r .ed cn to as l.e -: o : - fiemlnc Clock. Tickets are being sold by the m"r. rs of the Red Cross for "The Socio:; in"ire!s." Mp sure and reserve yo t .;r seat early. dance at the school assured "In this connection, we should call attention to a fact which 's apparency not generally appreciated. Untie present conditions, access to the uni versity and normal schoel is prr.c ticaliy denied to the youth of every county in the tcrriloiy. oyept the counties of Pima and Maricopa; a :cl this because thre are no high svhcol-e, established in the other counties. N or is it possible for tiie other cnuutiej to establish high schools under the pres ent statutory provisions, n,r 10 II they individually afford (o srpput them. An injustice. uni:itcnt:r.n;t! but no. ire the less real, is thus done to the entire population of the teriiicry. out side of these two counties not on'y ! the p-ipils but the tax payers as we'd. To ihe pupils, became they cannot avail themselves of the aavan:ag:s ot the university or norma! course, and to the tax pryers. because th y sri paying for somei.h.ing from whi h t'ary dcrive no benefit. If, however, a Her nial school be cs'clil'ished at Magsf.ff with a preparatory denaitment acces sible to anv graduate fiom a grammir school of the territory, the diSiculty would lie overcome, and all the nt.pil of the public schnosl would be pieced practically upon the same footing. As tire f.oes on and the couniies beome cb'e to maintain high sclio.-is, the pve parp.toiy featurc-P mav be iMpnsrd with if it seems wise: l.uit by th.-.t time the attendance unon the normal course proper. will i:ndoub;e,!ly be large enough to amply justify the c 2nd nu ance of the school. "A further reason for converting the property to the tue heic'n sugges'ed. is found in the fact that such an in.-ti-tution would furnish a nucleus fcr th? long talked of summer school. On account of its climate, the sr.iont fie and scenic attract loan !n its vicinity, and especially because cf the p:o"i:r-itt- of the Grsnd Canyon, Fleestaff in rapidly becoming a popular ttun mer resort er the citlztns cf cur ter-i ICE CREAM and ICE CREAM SODAS NT.. GRAPilOPMONES 0 0F for Parlor and Evening Entertainments. ... Phoenix Piano and Music House, 12 Center Street. Xorth. Fhocnix c3 1 AT The only high grade Cenfectionery 3tore in Phoenix. KNiGHT & WS1.COX, Props. I ZZ 'tst Washington Sf. O'NEILL BUILDING, First Av. nn Adams St. Open Dhv kikI Night. The londins" ili ysicii'.ns ri'i'nmmend Turkish B.iths for riuMimiitisin, coM, soreness, neuriilffirt. la. grippe und also for Die toiniilcxioii. Try oive nnd you will take more. Ladies' wvs: MNTOAYS A: FKID A YS. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. A trained imrso an:I ni;tseust; 1ms boen eri-ragcr-d to L.-ke rliare on ladies' days. Tub UHthrf a specialty. First-Lifiiss iJarbur rihop in connection. WILLBOURN & StcVENS. f!lL NOT BE UNDERSOLD. T7e don't stop at every house every day. We stop at nearly every house as often as the oil or gasoline cans are empty. We would like to stop at every house where oil or gasoline is used. By leaving you one of our call cards, blue in color, we can save you money, for we will not be undersold. You will find our prices always as low as the lowest. We also sell hay and grain at the lowest market prices. PHOENIX OIL CO., 23 WEST ADAMS STREET 'A FABLE BOARDS ..$300 per week .Ford Hotel 7777777777- 777777777777 ' yyy77777y777 IOWS L5 P BR.P BUTTER RUSSELL-STOVALL GHOCEHY CO. 246 E. Washington St. If you -want a situation, desire to ero pioy help, have a house to rent or sslL advertise in The Retull'iui. Spring Goods Arriving. ESTABUSIIKD JHS9. Our Spring Goods are here. The first in ihe cily. To say they are superior to any others ve handled, would be putting it very mild. ..We are having auite a rush already. ..Come secure a NOBBY SUIT. NICHOLSON, Jq Leading Sailor No. 21 WesS Wdshiiiyton Sfreef. ? j Th VERY ONE WHO comes to sick people here. People in a rundown condition recuperate here very rapidly. Why is it? It is because they have the best of food and that well cooked, arid breathe nothing- but the purest country air. Acadia .Punch has Ln boon famous for the noove cun.li lions. Write for descriptive hook let ;o J. S. UOiiGE, Oracle, Ariz. The Pacific Restaurant 11 W.Washington Street. Single meals, 25 cents; 21-meal tick ets, $4.50. Best 25c meals in town at all hoars. Fine cook and best service. Private rooms for families. The Adams Shaving Parlor HOTEL HDKrtS, PHOENIX. J. W. BOLTON, Prop. F. P. POLK, Foreman. AN UP-TO-DATE SHOP . . . THREE EXPERT WORKMEN Only Regular Prices Charged. Everything in our l arlor a Specialty. ft 0 4 f- wiieyi C0 e aa MESA. AR5ZONA. ...MAILS HAVE GONE We are selling them at the same old price. 2 ST 1 -JZ ' 1 3 Soeeial Of I FOR MONDAY'S lp The biUnzz of our $t.G0 and $f.25 Shirt Wakts, Fill Wtijrht, broken s.ces. Your choice fers i I 3s it iiie jemiincer ol thcssi;ne biln oiuft Waiiis wc hive bien seliincr at $2.50. former price. $JQ.09, to close out We hive itill a fe w of those elegant Outing; Wrappers lest, handsomely trimmed in vet vet, sold all through the season at $3.50, L50 $1.25 NOTE Don't fail io sec out Show Windows for NEW SPRING GOODS jf 5