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TILE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MOUSING, DECEMBER 16, 189S.
3 j -ovovitv wwWMWMiviWi'w' 1 Arizona Day by Day Live News ToAen From Dr. Hart was called to th? residence f Mr. and Mrs. F. M. HaaVit Fridiy afternoon, December 1. and when he left there wr.s a bi;r. fat boy th.-r- to brighten t lives of the parents. J..--rome Ht:,tler. Mr., and Mrs. W. S. Adnrns went to Ash Fork last Tuesday. Mrs. Adams went on to California to vit!t her mother and brother, while V.". S. re tutTid to Jerome the following day. Htiw all the other people must envy the editors in Jerome. They FuhFrk-t on the fat of the lnn.l nnrl fiinllv iro to heiv.n to eniov their rewardHustler. I The trial of Pat Hallahan and Elmer Langdon on the charge of Illegally killing- cattle belonging to Mrs. C. C. Hol- loway resulted in a verdict f rom Jud.Te Johnston that they be bound over to await the action cf the grand jury in the sum of $."C0 each for bail. The iron readily gave bail and can breathe easy till that august body gets after them. WlJ!iams News. WTiatever other characteristics the editor of the Jerome Hustler may pon- ' c sess he is good nature ! nn:l honest. v Witness the following in the last 'ss te of that paper: "Subscribe for the Hustler and get less for your money than If you bought whiskey. Those who subscribe once are never known to repeat the dose when their time runs out." Ealerope Scott and Football Xeviei, the proprietors of the Dashav.ay sta bles, drove over to Prescott lait Tues day and returned Wednesday. Scott went to get married, but the lady enm? to her senses before the train arrived and canceled the contract. It is said she has since eloped with a cmv punch er. Nevin expects t go over and tie up about Christmas time. Jerome Hustler. Twelve months hence Williams will have thr.ee lines of railroad, be a divis ion headquarters ag-iin, p.-rmanenlly, have eighty miles of electric railroad. hesicJes thousands of dollars' worth of nher improvements and the News knows whereof it speaks. Wil'.Ir-ms Niws. It is certainly to be hoped the Zfevrs does know whereof it speaks but it would seem as though eighty miles f electric railroad is a'trifle more th in will be needed in Williams m-xt year. It must be every man in town is g- ing . to build a road of his own. . j Quite a surprise was oc -asioncd on 1 Thursday morning last when No. 1 i-arac in, as among the passengers were a couple whose faces, wreathed in smiles, made it almost impossible to recognize In one George W. M -it thews, the popular proprietor f the Hoffman house and Cheap J..in dep.irtm-ent store. George is a man who always keeps what he knows to himself, and it is due more to this fact than any thing that none were aware be had such a move in mind. However, there tippeais to have been one to whom his intentions were no secret, a Miss Flor ence A3kew of Medina, Tenn., to whom he was married at Flags! alt Thursday morning. Williams News. A new source of water power is :o.n to be developed in the Jerome di.-itr'et as the following in the Jerome Hustler Intimates: E. D. Sevi i;k e v. :ir. out on Oak creek recently ex.:; lir.inr; the -"Icc-ks-Paikinson ot al 11110 for the harnessing of the crystal waters of Page's springs for the purr-ose of re porting on the proposition to some Lets Angeles parties. The geir. It-man in formed the Hustler scribe that these springs pour forth 1,.il0 mio-;'-, inches of water continually, and that 1:1 a dis tance of se ven miles a she'-r fill of L"0 feet could be attained. This anv-unt of water, with such a fall, -.vm-M develop several hun.l-td horse pov.--r, and this could be utilized in generating electric ity. One of the ideas of the company that Is tryinging to secure :onti d of the water Is to generate e iectricity fir general distribution thro.i;.hou: tne mining district adjacent to the springs. An immense body of e :e. !l.--nt land could easily be irrigated from these springs. o THE USE OF DOGS IN WAR. Results of Experiments Made by the German Army Last Summer. The use of dogs in war dates back to the Greeks and Remans, but the mod ern idea of training them for special military service was born in 1SS1 in Germany, and for the past ten or twelve years each battalion of G-rman Jaegers has had eight or ten dogs as signed to it for this training. The two or three dogs thus failing to each com pany are placed under the care of a non-commissioned officer rnd two men and each regiment has an officer de tailed to superintend their Instruction. The dog is to be used for various spe cial duties, such as the service of in formation and security, or se tuting. on marches and rcconnoisanccs and in pa trols, sentinel duty with the outputs, as messengers on both these duties, as carriers of supplies and ammunition on E. F. KeUncr's Store Removes Januaiy 1st. "WHOLESALL" Cor. Jefferson and Center Mreets "RETAIL" No.' 42 Sent- Center Street. R member Our Molto: WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD. J. , Territorial Exchanges. C the battle Held, and to hunt up tun ' w. untied after battle. To test'the results thus far obtained, a numoer or clogs belonging to vano.s re, imrnts were assembled at Oc'.s in Prussian Pi'efia list July f tr trial. There weie sixteen dogs in all, Fix of them under two yean? old. They were tried on the following points: Con duct an watch dog, return from patrol to master, goir.i: from master to pa- , trol, following master by scent alone. and lying down. me nrr.t punt -s : oy placing tne dog wit.1 his mns- u r at an outpost, giving only a limited I view, and then causing two jaegers (i:i j I enemy's uniform to approach under i I cover from a point a bruit 400 yards dis- j tant. The second and third points . were tested by senciing four dogs at one time from an outpost (or patrol) to four different rc-ntinels, then back again to the outpost (or patrol), back again to the sentinel, rend once more to the outpost (or patrol), the latter hav ing meanwhile changed its pesition. Tiie vai io'.is points were given values n:i one cf the dor;s received out of possible 10). The doss were of dif- ferent breeds and crosses, but the best , were collies a.id shepherd dogs. The 1 average rate cf travel of the dogs as -messengers was about S'A miles an hour. Much interest is taken in this sub ject in other armies beside that of Ger many and, when onee the best breed is fio'r-.rT-i'r.rrl rlr-.fj mnv b. K:"ciri!!v hed fVrn-.i;itarv service and a considerable ! numbnr utilized in the armi.s.-New i v.,. c,.n EAKEETJPTCY ETJLIS Adopted for Proceedings ia the Third Judicial District. The following rules with regard to proceedings under the new bankruptcy law have been adopted by Judge Street upon the recommendation of .1. A. Kurtz, referee for the Third judicial district: RULE 1. Powers delegated to referees. A. The referees heretofore or here- after appointed for the Third judicial I district of Arizona are hereby, respec t- iveiy, vested with the jurisdiction ; which, by the bankruptcy act of July ' i, ISi.S. and the general orders of the supreme court, promulgated at the Oc tober t-im, IS'JS, the court it jit-.l ve may delegate to or confer upon such reft r is: a;id they are respective!;.- em powered and authorised to do ail acts, take all proceedings, make all orders am decrees, and perforin all duties sj authorized to be- delegated by said acts, a.nel said general orders, without spec ial authority in each case and under the B-neral authority conferred by this or der. R. Referees may make rules for the guidance cf proceedings before them within tHoir special territorial juris diction, and may from time tj time al ter and amend the same, nrovided that such rules shall not be inconsistent 1 tne delivery of the necessary deed, or with the provisions of the act, with the',!"c',s' hy tho trustc- to the purchaser, geneial orders of the supreme court or!1"' pur-has-rs. In case exceptions are with these rules. J tiled, the referee shall hear and decide RULE 2. Referees to regulate evidence. Referees may pass upon the com petency, materiality and relevancy of evidence in matters before them, and sh:i!l rule on the admission or rejec tion thereof, and if desired, in.ta on the record all objections, and the rulings ihereon; where testimony is Vxcluded they shali, if requested, note a brief statement by the party 'offering the;rcal fsta.o clear and divested or heirs, same of the facts he expects to prove j written notice shall be given of the therr-bv. Referees shall limit eh-e in- ; c,t'iry before them to relevant and ma terial matters, and in case an examina tion or cross-examination is unneces sarily prolonged, the referee, may, in his discretion, limit the time cf sucii examination: or he may impose costs, including the fees of the stenographer and other expenses, upon the pi,rty re spor.sible for the improper prolongation. RULE S. Referees to direct prosecution and de fense of suits and allow amendments. 1. Referees may direct the prosecu- , tiun and defense- cf suits by trustees as provided in subdivisions b and c of s ' tion 2 of the bankruptcy act. Tin y may allow amendments to the plead ings and papers which do not involve jurisdictional defec ts in all matters pending before ther.i, and they shall, in the first instance, have full power ar. 1 authority over the proof and al-lowiirn-e 01 claims, as prtvided in Section Z of the act and general order No. XXI. When a ref rt-e deems a peti tion referred to him ii-.surTici-ent upon its face to confer jurisdiction he shail return the same to the ckik, with a stut.-ir.e-nt of the defect: noted thereon, ar..! ;:.) furth.r procetMngs snail be le. l theism uiiyii the further order of the t-i rt. ? 1 he r ferees may, of their own 0110:1, direct that schedules be- made more definite and certain, and that the bankrupt furnish any other informa tion regarding his property or his cred itors which t!:e referee may deem es sential. Rl'I.E 4. Injunctions. Where, after an adjudication and reference, an application for an in junction is made ' to the referee in large 01 a case, he may hear t ie urne and cither refuse it or order the motion for such injunction to be heard before the judge at a time not more than tin days thereafter, and grant a temporary restraining order penal suil otion. The application and all I ror.-f-,.-e:ings thereon shall be at once certified and returned by the referee to the court. Where the parties agree in writing thet the- i'letion tor an injunction be hc.nd and decided by the r feree. be in. ty proci . (1 10 so hear and decide .".title, if he decides that an injunc tion should Issue, he shall so report to toe clt rk, woo shall thereupon l.ssu the same, and any party objecting may, within ten days after the issue there- of. move the judge to dissolve said in- junction. RULE 5. -Attnrrry for the estate, and his duti::;. , The attorney for the petitioner shall be deemed the attorney for the estate until a trustee is appointe d and quali- fied. After the trustee snail have qual- i if'.ed. the referee shall choose and ap I point an attorney for the estate who thereafter shall be the attorney for t'... All costs and fees awarded ou' of the estate to attorney thereof. umUr s ction C4 cf act of July 1, 1S?3, shall be divided between the attorneys inter-! ested, in such proportion as the rcf- tree may determine. It shall be the ! duty of tne attorney in charge of an estate to prepare all papers, make oppose all motions, prosecute or lie- fend all proceedings or cases in otu i courts, and generally to represent th.i ad- trlate in bankruptcy, until the ministration thereof is completed. ItLLtfc. u. pecs nf counsel. Sublect to revision bv the court, re" (.r0f.s shall have power to fix or reduce j l the fees of counsel for services claimed ' ,cr charged in accounts. They may ex- ercise such power of their own niotioti and without objection made. RULE 7. When a review by the judge of order, ruling or decision of a referee dcrired, an objection shall be rrad-; and noted on the record to the time of the ruling or making of the order ob- ! jeeted to, and a certificate in the pre- I scribed form shrJ.l be presented to the ! referee for his signature within two I I day; ideci of any such order, ruling or ion, but the referee may enlarge time by order in any partic case. Such certificate when . the ! ular sined b' lhe shlU be forthwith in the clerk's office. A fail ure to comply with this rt:?2 Dhall u held a waiver of the right to revie.v upon certificate unless n special ord thereafter made by the referee or I jucige. The opinion anel decision of the 1 C Full sets of schedule blanks may judge, together with the certificate un'te filed. If there are no items applica- which it i3 made, and the papers, if ; b!e to any particular blank, such fact ! any, accompanying the same, shall be j remitted by the clerk to the referee. who shall file them as a part of th.? ! record in the case. RULE S. Real estate sales. All sales of real estate shall be or dered by the referee upon the petition of the trustee, setting forth under oath the facts needful for the information ot lnt-' e-uurt. ana snail be public or pit- vate onra' as directea by tne referee, and t'thcr for cash or partly on credit ',ni! P:'tly for cash: all public sales be advertised for at least ti n ail h. u" r.anuimis posiea in at ler.t ten public places m the country in ' which the land is situate 1 and by at l-.ist two publications in the nnvspap-r d' Sign.ited in the c ase, otic week apart, the last to be made at b-ast three days preceding the stile. Such public ti.ie kiiull be made under the supervision of the trustee, with power to adjourn the i same. Ite turns of ail salts shall be made to the referee, by whom the same i shall be confirmed nisi, with leave to ! file with him exceptions in ten days j 'thereafter. In case 110 excexttions are filed, the referee shall after the expira : tion of said ten days, certify the peti ; thm, order and return to the judge, who shall confirm the same and order the same m the first instance and shall thereafter certify the petition, order of sale, return, exceptions and testimony, together wkh his opinion thereon, to the judge, who shall thereupon review and determine said exceptions and may set aside said sale or confirm the same and order the trustee to deliver a deed, or deed;!, to the purchaser, or pur chasers. Where application is made to sell aPl";cat:on to the lienors. In such ation to cases the referee shall have power to direct that in case a -lienor purchase the land, he may receive credit for a due proportion of his lien on account of the purchase price. RULE 9. Reports and accounts of trustee. A. The reports of trustees provided for by section 47, subdivision 10 of the act, showing the condition of estates, shall be filed with referees. In case they are not filed as above, referees shall order thern to be filed forthwith. When the funds reported warrant, ..V...TI 1:. .1 ........ 1 e t -1 ee a it.i ult.:.-.ic un I'.itriiun iij-oiii i.t'ii ana auoweu claims, as province! 1 in section Co. i D. When a final account is filed it shall include the administration of the entire estate. jThe referee shall give to creditors notice cf a meeting to be i held at least twenty days thereafter, to examine and consider the same. Ex ceptions may be filed before or at such r.i;cting. The referee shall dispose of ! tiie same and declare a final dividend. i RULE 10. I.irt of claims and accounts transmit ted to clerk. (It neral Order No. XXIV shall not be ! constructed to retiuire the referee to transmit to the ch rk a separate state mi nt cf each proof of debt, but only that lie shall transmit a list of the claims proved after he has reason to believe that all the claims have been proved :ii ainst the estate that will be 1 prisontcd. 1 it ne-nil order No. XXVI shall r.nt bo construed to reiiire the referee to transmit 10 the clerk a s-eparati unt of each case which may be re- CO ft Tred to him, but only a statement of his disbursements in all cases and for all causes since his last monthly re turn. 1 Rl'LH 11. Notiet s: how served. ! 1. Ail notices reciuired to be erivenun- 1 de 1- section 5S of the act shall, in case where the referee so directs, be given by the bankrupt, 01- his attorney, in voluntary cast s, anil Jy the petitioner, or his attorney, in involuntary eases; tiie person giving the notii e shall mak ? return to the r:-fe! -e in the form of nil r "idavil with tin- iin''c -. or copy t'i--re-oT, annexed, shov.in;.; t!:ic i.ii-iiiii.; ami piiblitaiion of said notice 11s reiiiired ' ( by law. The original notice shall be ! signed by me reic-ree. 11 snait ue 1 printed upon or enclosed within a in such a ' and post- manner that me aduiv ma? k shall, if possible. Y.-i on the same paper a1! the iW.oo: r.". in the discre tion of the rc-fcie-c, said notice may be printed upon a postal or other card. It is not intended by this rule to prohibit v0 u5e of ."ofTielal envelopes." 2. Notice to creditors or meetings subsequent to the first in cases vhere there are undivided assets shall be given, rot oniy to those whose narne3 appear in the sc hedules filed, but also to such additional oner, whose claims Jiave been duly proved and allowed by the referee. s. Notice of petitions filed with the referee for interlocutory orders in the! case shall be given as directed by the referee. RULE 12. . Referees to transmit bonds, etc., to clerk. It shall be the duty of the referees to forthwith transmit to the clerks all bonds of trustees. The referee shall retain in his possession all other papers and records until said cas-e. is finally closed. He shall then within five days . transmit his records, books and all papers in the case to the clerk, to- gether with a certificate that the case is closed. RULE 13. Pleadings; how prepared. i All petitions, sehedules and pleadings! must be upon white paper, approxi- ; mately 14 inches long by SVi inches wide. Ail pleadings must be properly! endorsed with the name of the court, . the title of the cause, and, if the par- ties appear by attorney, his name and , office address. RULE 14. 'sealetl, postpaid wrapper Clerical reeiuiremcnts. ! number of creditors to be stated). A. The petition for adjudication ! c. For use of official or clerical aid s.hall be signed in the full Christian ! in taking and keer ing notes and rec and surname of the petitioner, and the ords of proceedings at first meeting of petition for discharge in the same man- r.er: in other places the customary sig- , nature of the signer may be used. j should be stated in said blank. Each sehedule sheet must be signed. C. Petitioners for discharge must j use a printed blank (Form No. 57, gen- 1 oral orders). The blank spaces may be i filled by hand or typewriting, but the I in taking such examination them main body printed. j selves), 10 cents per foiio, whether D. All papers must be so endorsed j taken in long hand or transcribed from as to disclose the general contents j stenographer's notes, to be paid by the thereof: and all orders, decrees and ) party examining the bankrupt or wit rules to show cause submitted to the j ncss: for any copy of testimony, 10 court by counsel must be prepared so ! cents per folio, to be paid by the party that when served they will of them- ordering the same. selves be self-explanatory. j 9. For copies of erders, or other pa- pjj-Ljj j- Iptrs, r.0 cents; if exceeding one page, I 25 cents additional for each page, to Depositories. i,e pajj i,y tnP party ordering. When money is deposited in the name j J0. clerical aid in receiving, endors ee teie c lerk, or of a trustee, it shall not be drawn unless by check signed by said clerk or trustee, having on its face the number and title of the cause and countersigned by the referee in charge. All checks must conform to this rule, and also to the reeiuiremcnts of gi neral order No. XXIX. The clerk shall furnish depositories with a copy of said general order arid also with a copy of this rule. RULE 1C. Compositions and discharges. A. The procedure in composi shall be as follows: ! set foi th that the j posed has been accepted in writing by :a majority in number and amount of ' all creditors whose claims have been allowed, that a fund sufficient to pa) the consideration proposed, debts hav ing priority, and the cost of the pro ceedings, has been deposited subject ta the Judge's order. Thereupon a rule wiil issue upon the creditors to show cause why the proposed composition should net be confirmed. Objecting creditors shall enter an appearance thereto on the return clay and file specifications of their objections within ten days thereafter. B. The petition for discharge shall be accompanied by a certificate by the referee that the petitioner has been examined by his creditors, or has sub mitted himself for examination before the referee, and also a certified list of the creditors who have proved their clr.ims before the referee. RULE 17. Triplicate schedules. In involuntary cases, the schedule filed by the bankrupt or by petitioning creditors, shall be triplicate one copy for the clerk, one for the referee and one for the trustee as in voluntary eases. TU'LE IS Fees; when paid officers. trustee's fee of $5 deposited v.ith the clerk shall be paid to the trustee on the certificate of the referee that the case has been closed. He shall be paid such commissions as may be allowed by the referee under section 48 of the act upon the order of the referee at the time the dividend is made. The referee shall be raid his commission at the same time. In every case where an adjudication has been made, the clerk shall be en titled to receive the filing fee of $10. Tiie c lerk shall pay to the referee the ?10 deposited as fees of the referee upon receiving the latter's certificate that the case has been c:o3ed. Where there are no assets the case shall be deemed ; Llosed for the purpose of the payment of j . Fai'' f :'es to the referee and trustee j ! v- hen a discharge has be-on granted or refused to the bankrupt. If no appli cation for a discharge has been made the case shall be deemed closed at the expiration of two months from the date 01 adjudication. In cases where there are assets the case shall be deemil cloned upon the confirmation of a composition or payment of the final dividend. Rl'LE 13. Petition in forms pauperis. In case a petition is filed by a pro- Use Aliens FcctEase ,'u ircur Glcves A lady writes: "I slinks -.lien's Foot Ease into my glove 5 uiel ru'i a lit'le on my bends. It saves icy gloves by ub-sorl-lng perspiration. It i a inoft dainty toilet powder." Allen's Fuot Ka.se rr-.'iKcs tie,lit or new shoes easy. A wnys use it to break in new sli.-.c-s. H k ej,s tli- feet cool and comfortable. We invite the at tention of physicians and ni.-rses to the absolute purity of Allen's Foo -Kase. All drug and shoe stores sell it. 'if,-. Sam ples FREE. Address Allen i. ' llmstead, Le P,oy, N, Vr posrd voluntary bankrupt, accompa nied by the affidavit prescribed in sec tion 1, subdivision cf trie act. it shall b the duty of the clerk to file said pe- lion without the payment of the fees provided for by lav.', pc-titior-ers who have made no deposit with the clerk should be examined by him or by the rt feree, on their appearance before him. as to their ability to pay. If the clerk or referee is not satisfied of the petitioner's inability to make the de posit, a report thereof should be made to the judge, and such report shall be sufficient proof upon which to base pro- jeeedings under sub-section 4, general 1 orders No. XXXV. RULE 20. j Fees ctrtd expenses. There shall be allowed as part of ex- j pense the following sums: 1. Amounts paid for advertising j (vouchers annexed.) I 2. Tor all clerical aid in preparing ; advertisements and notices to credit ors of first meeting, mailing the same, i and proof thereof keeping register, files and records, and preparing type- written memoranda of proceedings prior to the first meeting of creditors including stationery, envelopes, print ing, letters, messages and all petty ex penses Jo. (In the monthly account this item may be called clerical aid, etc., prior to , first meeting). : 3. For similar clerical aid, etc., on ' notices of each and any other meeting of creditors S2. 4. For similar clerical aid, etc., cn notices of application for discharge or confirmation of composition 5. j 5. If notices to creditors exceed I twenty in number, in any of above I cases, 10 cents in addition to the above I for each notice in excess of twenty (the creditors up to choice and appointment of trustee (any adjournment at cred- j itor's request to be paid by them at the ! same rate) $3."0. 7. For second, third or final meetin; of creditors, the same as above $3.30. 8. For clerical aid in taking and per- petuating testimony on the examina- ticn of the bankrupt or other persons before the referee (where the parties do not agree with the referee's approval ing. filing, recording and preserving proofs of claims, to be paid by each creed. or on the allowance of claim, 50 cents. 11. A deposit of J5 with the clerk at the time of filing the petition and of jjj v.ith the referee at the time of ap peering before him to meet the fore going expenses fixed by this rule, shall be recjuired in all cases, the same to be refunded out of the assets of the estate. RULE 21. Special order of judges. In matters not specially provided for Tne petition shall . by the bankruptcy act ot lsas, the ge-n-composition pro- I oral orde rs, or these rules, the prac tice of the district court shall be sub ject to the special order of the distric t judge, which order shall be followed, even though it may contlict with these rules. LOCAL BREVITIES. Mexic an Drawn Work, finest line in : city. Christmas Novelties. Mrs. Cham- 1 beriain's Art rarlors, second lloor i O'Neill building. I Forty iron beds, all ceived at Dorris Bros. es, just re- ; fed, the citizens and business men very If you want the full value for .-cur j gladly contributing for this purpose, hides bring them to M. Rosenberg & Meats, turkeys, vegetables, fruit, p'-o-Co. j visions, donations of cash, etc. The j army hopes that the public will assist You can get the best prices for wool j tnem in tnls effort' this year, so that and pelts at M. Rosenberg & Co. j a ijUie sunshine may be brought into the lives of the deserving poor at this Sale of dolls and fancy articles by the season of the year. Donations of all ladies of the Episcopal church at the kinds will be gladly received at the rectory, on Saturday at, 2 p. m. Oystei s ! army hall. Center street. Donators will be served from 5 to S p. m. All in- please send postal card if you desire vited. ! some one to call for the same. fmsmmmmmmm. lreS- vri:-.;V,'' - V?:- -I- T ,!1 lr 'f Jt 1 T I.' Emma Carrie, I thin!: F.!r.ie makes fitch a mistake to be taking tonics ail the- time. My experience is that a tonic is only p;ood after I have hzd a regular house clcaninrr, and after that I don't rcent to need any tonic. It is 1 remarkable hotv well Ripar.s Tab::'.es suit my case. I don't take one once a week, but whenever I do they do the l;usi:-.c::3. Cafrif. : The tabules contain nux, an j that is a tonic, . "F,wma ; J don't care what they contain, they are pst wonderful DAUGHTERS OF REEEKAII. A special meeting of Arizona lod. No. 1. Daughters of Kebekah, is hereby called for Saturday evening, December lti. at 7::; oeloi-1: in the lodge room, Jlonihon block. IIukIiu-fs of import ance. M11S. A. J. I'.i'.ADLEY, I Noble Grand. Hides are advancing. Worth from $2 to ?3.D0 per piece. M. Rosenberg & Co. wiil pay it. '- Fred Jacot, the barber, with his as sistants, can be found at the Palace barber shop and bath rooms, 3t East Washington street, where they are permanently located. VELVET riOUR l MSG. INTERESTING TO VISITORS. Mealey. the photographer. 213 East Washington street, has refitted and re- furnished his large studio for the car nival season. While viewing the sights in Phoenix don't fail to see the dis play of photos and look over the largest portrait studio In Arizona. Our facili ties for handling developing and fin ishing are complete. It will be strange indeed if the manly art of fencing does not take a boom af ter its alluring mysteries have been studied in its various forms as seen in the three productions cf the "Musket eers." Faul Gilmore has his own idea cf how the sinuous blade should be handled which may be a revelation to the admirers of Sothern and O'Neil. A BIG SHIPMENT. S. J. Tribolet's Cold Air Storage Mar ket has received a big shipment from Omaha of several thousand pounds prime ribs, loins, sugar cured hams, bacon and other choice meats for the carnival. This, In addition to his own large daily production, enables him to suPl' custom wi n promptness. KODAK WORKERS. If you want the best results in ko dak finishing in quick order, take your films to Mealey, No. 213 East Washing- j ton street, 1 Have you tried Milton-Benryman Co.'s Columbia Mocha and Java coffee? If not, ask your grocer for it. E. W. Lewis, stenographer and type writer. Typewriting from copy or dic tation done promptly and accurately. Legal work a specialty. Rooms 407-403 Fleming block. Commercial lunch, 20c, including glass beer; open frcm 10 a. m. till 8 p. m. California Wine House, 132 East Washington. Roses La France, American Beauties and many other varieties may be ob tained by leaving orders at the office of The Republican. Dr. R. E. Kolbrook, dentist, over the uostoflice. N. Porter for Sadd-s and Saddlery Hardware. 112 East Washington Street. Dewey Flour, the latest and best. A guarantee with every sack. MILTON-BERRYMAN MERC. CO. Lunch counter ana dining room and private rooms for parties. The New Place. WILLIAMS & IIAFFNER. "ANKOIA" COfFte BEST OP ALL KODAK WORKERS. If you want the best results In ko dak finishing in quick order, take your films to Mealey, No. 213 East Washing ton street. CHRISTMAS DINNER TO THE POOR The Salvation Army intends givinej a 1 free dinner to the poor and also will have a Christmas tree for the children. j Last year cpiite a large number were PHOENIX SHORT LINE a. Ti. p. m.i ft. m,'p. ..Ar O.lSi 8.50 ..Lr 8.!! itr.iMi !, Mot.. .25 1.00' Teliil 7 4 31 1.30 Ar f 110-11 J No. 1. 6.00 6.M 6.(4 JiO.il. "e :30 a n 6 .uo a ra 6 .46 a n 6 a ID 4 :50 a m 4 aim Bait 7-.i0! m II I HOES IX. 7 : 'C u m 7.41 p .n .... Kii'O p ra I S:'2i p m . . . b:4 - a 01 ir. . Ft-tH'-sen . .Kyrtme . 8ne'Kirn ... M&rieoiui, 1 IK JO. from mi nound 15 . SO j in l:I5a m 8:30 a m 12:S0p m ll:.a ra 7 .05 p ra 7:55a m 10 'i p ra ti.n a :i Mrtricopa . .... tucscn riemlnir Kl Pfto St a Antonio. HouMcn .. .New OrUant... Washlnfirteu ... . . . New Yolt 6n5a n 2: m t:tf J B i -M p m 4-4 m 8:SS r 8:XI c 10:00 t n 4-30 B t:xas ptcirio BBstboTtnd pmm w... 8:!0 p ta S:.Vf 1- IT) 7:!5p m 7 :3 1. m ..Kl IVm,... .Dhtln.... Vfit Loni.. 1U:U B I'tCt B i a m n It Krom West ".slt.mid 10:08 p in i:00o m s:i3a m Sr.'P p rn 9-00 a m 6:0t', Ti tp ar. . .. .Mri:ii. . Yum. ... . ..Lof A nee iee. . Fr-Biio ...San Francisco. Portland.., K6S-t'tC. . t-.n t rm ll-.Xt m 11:10 m 9:46 r IB S:S0 1 m 9:.'t0 ra I It Train Ftop on rjismal. Trrin No. 1 coiini-ctn wtth Southern Me troin No. 19, eaotbounrt. leaving Mar icopa at 10:0. p. ra. Train is'o. 2 connvecs wtth IHoa!brm p, ifie trein Ko 20. ww,t bound UarUu Maricopa at 5:46 a. ci. " P.-icilic ( ou t Limite:! pAe Maricopa: Kut hound, 2 :-2fi a. m., Wednesdays and RaUirdiyi: Westbound, -0 a. ra.. Fridays anaTuesdajio acn iveet. . Puilmnn Palace Sleeping oar an all crates between Phoenix and Maricopa. Connection a'ult i rei rii P.. P. A P. R. R. far Fritacatt aaa Cor ureaa. Connections at Mesa with atajr tar ."lorence and Globe, Tnceil&ya, ThuridaTi and tliiturtlays at 5 o'clock a. in. K. MASTEN, B F. PORTER. President. Gen'l Capt M. O. ISICKNEUU rj'l Frt and Paaa Art SCENIC LINE Of ARIZONA. SANTA FE, PRESCOTT S PHOENIX RY. P&CSCOTT & EASTERN R. R. WITH THE SANTA ft SYSTEM. Bai inn and Quickest service between PhoenU Kantian City, St. Louis, Chicago and ail u&Li-rn Poinu. H-Viiin toe 1 VV ost 1 biiy 3 'Mori Twiplv Wcti 4.8uplv. Tlmr Hi.Ktf.lv. THROUGH TiMK TABLB To tne West ' Dayi ... Portlauit . ar 8ul)aThur tiau Fruucise-o. . .r-r. 6.4.SpTue .Mujuve ar ..leeTuea '1 11 ur t.:-nti Iv. . Tlmr j 9. ic !v. . Tlmr I 2..Vi.lv. . . r'ri I 7.3.'iaar... From the i lst I . Su Uii go ai; l.-iupiTue Lo Ant.'L-!e ar b.'ibn Tue .. n:uv ar!l2.3on Taca . ..ApIi Fork lv m.80t.lMou I l o the East -.loll iOXVi- lv Chic-atfo ar! tXuu Wod Mu-a 1C .!''l1v Kt Louis ar .lf.r. Wo1 Tui-s it .504 It Kansas City .. . ari 7.0U Wed Wed jit.eMi-.lv... Ienver ar! 6.00pTue 'A el 9.0.-111V .. A!lii'if que arlO.ipMou Thu 'la.Wt.ar.. A-hKnik Iv, laMon eonth- I bound i'NoTT Pass. LOCAL TIME 1ABLK Monntnin Time Lv.. -ASH HaK...Ar ...Jerome Jur.etinn.. . Lv Jerome Ai ar.Jc-roine .Iunction.lv . v t. juiiL-tion. Ar t're-seott Lv Lv Mayer Ar Huron ('herry Creek Lv..F. & K. Junct...Ar Ar. .. Prescott Lv No. 3 1 a.:ap, ).il)p ft.OtlD 5.S.p, 6.o"jpi 7.2Ttpi 7.52;. U.Otn 0.t-j"?: 9.2 1 p 9.4-lp lv . . . Presi-ott ar Skull Vallcv...lv 3 Ilea 1.61a 12.11a lv.. Skull Valley... ar Kirkiand . .Congress Junetlon. Wit-keiiburir . :Hot 3nrin(rs Jet.... Peoria tilondale All uniltra ar PI oeuix It ll.-p !0.S-p 4'P 9.37p 9.24p 00p! 'Dinir-.fc P.oom Through tu teia to an point! in the Dnlted Stites. CMnada and ilexieo. COKXIXTIOXS: Jerome Junction with V. V. & P. Ry ior Jerome; 1. A E. Junction with P. A E. It. It. for Huron and Mayer: Mayer with stage to Crov.-n King and other mining points; Prc:c?ott with staee l'.r.e? ior all prioclpal mining camps; ongre-its Junction with dtage lni'-s ior Congress, linrqua Hala, Stanton and Vnineil; Hot Springs Juiu-tion with the C. C H. S. : I. Co., for Castle creek H )t Springs, fh all-vear-ro'ind health resort: Potenix with the M. i H. & S. it. V. it. K. lor i.olnt on the 8. P System. E. W. GILLETT, II. P AXSWALT, General Acei,t, - Acting unn. Pa-s. Ajrt. Phoenix Prescott, A117U1 Arizona M Soaiii hastern Ry. Nor tkwara tMiulAwnrtl IP. in am IT ?:r.i :!2 :25 :S2 :52 7:'l? 7:CI 7:40 7-4i 7:55 8:10 I "TATTON3 Lt .. Biettte Ari 1 . SoutJk Blnbpe 1: .. Don Luis j !:ll Xneo Junction jll:9 . ..Packnrd il:4 .... Bacnlne 12:2I .V. atnr Tank !H:a ...Charleston !11:4 .Fairhank. ... .Lt:11 .. Fairbank ArlUOJ M A A. Crossing i ..Contention lll:ol .... Land :i:4 ..Btirnn Lt a.mltrt .... .... .... I !Ar. iLv. I I.... .... .Ar.. N. Trira nir- on Fslflc time. I. vr WTT.T.TAWH ExccnsioN tj ti'csox dec. 23. County Siiiic inti ii'li r.t A. II. Fultov h;s arransi'tl for a sjic-eiiil train from I'litienix to Tut sou, De-i-ember 23, lcav io.T here at 1 p. m. Train is in the hands of Mr. Fulton, who will make a rate of f.'i per ticket provided 100 pas Fenste'rs are secured, or at a rate of $8.45 for the round trip provided sixty or more passengers are secured. Tick ets are good for return until Decem ber CI. IT. O. EICKXELL. REDUCED RATES TO GLOBE. The riioenix Fliort Lino has ar mngecl for a reduction in the ticket rate. Phoenix to Giebc, and passengers not desiring stop-over privileges can purchase tickets at rale of $12.00. Thia is a reduction of $1.50 and is $7.05 lees than 1-occl rate. North bound No. 2, Pass. I 4.Wr?o. t D. V. V.iS a r. 7.j 4.22a 4.0n WO.g lo.ose r .4o t, :.'f 8.0B1 iU.-l5a U. Vj U.-nip! A P. No.lj 3.1;')p l.oop W l.i-'l.- .ti)pl