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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: MOXDA si6ltNIN, AUGtJSl1 27, 1&00.
'ii 9g a Marvelous Military Spectacle E The ft rr, Juan I The Fireworks King's masterpiece. - Phoenix Park, Sepetember 24-25. g J0,000 feet of Realistic scenery 300 Performers Gigantic Out-door Stage. Mjst thrilling bat tie scene ever depicted, followed by PAIN'S $1,000 Fireworks Display. Program Changed Each Mght ONLY ONE MOKE S. F. EXCURSION The line that made Phoenix will run th-- hot c xcurslon of the reason on Thursday, August :!0. to each of the fol lowing points: San Francisco, San Diego, Los Angeles and Denver. Re member we m-'k? the time, have through Pullman fie. pcrs and an eat ing houfr sysi.m unequalled anywhere. Come put your name on the fast in creasing list for ivxt Thursday. E. W. GILLETT, General Agent. San Francisco excursion via Santa I-e lines (the route that made Fhoenii. famous), every Thursday, at the rate of $4.".95; cheaper tlian staying at home. We Are Not CLOSING OUT of the Oil Stove business as some are doing. AVhy should we, after the phe nomenal success we have had in selling' them? Between 170 and 180 of Standard Lighting Co.'s Wickless Blue Flame Oil Stoves in use in the valley and we will make it over 200 before theseason Is over. The Standard is the highest j.riced stove, but it is the best, and the best is always the cheapest. Xo oil standing in any pipe at any time. Absolutely safe. Simple as a teakettle. I'sis kommon koal oil. Costs about $1.30 per month to run it. Kool, Klean and K-onvenient. A child can operate it. Don't buy oil stoves at any old price, but buy something that will do and stand the work. 2-burner Standard Wickless Blue Flame Oil Stoves $12.00 2-burncr Standard Wicklessr Blue j Flame Cabinet , 15.00 3-burner Standard Wickless Blue Flame, low frame , 16.00 3- burner Standard Wickless Blue Flame Cabinet . ... 20.00 4- burner Standard Wickless Blue Flame, step-oven 2S.J0 5- burntr Standard Wickless Blue name, step-oven 33.30 Don't fail to call and see these stoves. Ice water for the thirsty and a chair for the tired at our store. FUVIDSON'S CASH U BARGAIN STORL Five Doors East of PoU. Ti I. ph lie .No. 2.; Tlui-j linga. ar-Bet fle to Trilo lu Arhsoaa. PAIN Bsttl of San ,i '.'"'I OP THE T rHOENIX WEATHER. The following weather conditions pre vailing in Phoenix yesterday were re ported by the United States weather bureau: 5:30 a.m. 5:C0 p.m. !iarometer pressure ... 20.79 29.73 Temp., dry bulb 6S mo Temp., wet bulb 49 62 Temp., maximum 1"- 10:: Temp., minimum 6S 6S Relative humidity 10 s Wind, direction XE XW Wind, velocity " 5 Precipitation 0 0 State of weather dear Clear WM. G. BURNS. Section Director. THE CAMP MEETING. The camp meeting conducted by the Methodist church South drew a very large attend ance last evening. There were servi ces at few of the churches and many who wou'd have attend d there went instead to the camp. The effect was als, noticeable in th small audience at the band concert. LEAVING IRON SPRINGS. Within two or three weeks the season at Iron Springs will have ended. Already the rumpcrs are beginning to leave and un less another warm spell comes on there will be comparatively few It ft, although sevel dl tampers will remain until Oc tober. The f rst season there has been it remarkably successful one and the club feels much gratified. UNUSUAL WEATHER. For '.the past week the weather bureau r. cor Is show the most delightful weather that I'ho nix has enjoyed for many years. During last week the average tempera ture was f iv in three to four degrees lower 'than during this same time in August for ten years pasit, and jeopl coming back from the riort'h and the coast stats that 'the conditions here are moiv pleasant than at the summer re SOI 'is. MARRIED SUNDAY. Mr. David fcl.rahl; of Mesa, and Rebecca Strahl. of San Diego, California. wer e married Sunday evening at 7 o'clock, by Judge X. A. Morford, of the pro bale court, at his residence on North Third avenue, in the presence of a few friends of ths contracting parties. Mr. Strahl is a Conductor on the Mesa branch of the M. & P. Sr. S. 11. V. railroad and has many frhnds in '.his portion of 'the ter ritory. Tiny will ivside at Mesa. 'ABOUT FISH STORIES. The Ari zona tourists who haw visited the e'-ast this year have either had very pje.r l:,.k or pledged themslv.s to secret-tali ut whit has transpired during the s miner vacal..a. August rarely evei pass, s with.-ut some wenderfid til 's from the s a-i i ranging all the way fr' :n r. iiiarkaol a'eh. s of sin ill fi-k up to e halt " and s a s. i p :il -. Mm up to d;ite, tiiis y:ir. wi-.h i no t-xevpti o". '.h'-re is n tiling to i-i.iir.ite :hat even a P diw.-s i? is li. t i i: r.. Th exr p tion was a case wht.ro the !'ii was so stn-iil Hit- I i -ii i man v - a .-h -"i n : ..-.1 tit ir and anoth-r memo.. of the party toll i f i;s capture. LITTLE CANDY FOLD. "W sell precious li- 1 1 - - cmly 'luring th" sum mer." r-.-m.trk tl a i ii'Jni.i'. Sunday. "During .he winter there is a big trade in all kin, Is of ave.-ts ami particularly in imported chocolates, m.": of which come frem California and Chicago makers, but tht re is no demand during the summer. It is. in fact, impossible to either s 11 or keep chocolates during-. the 'heated spell, unless they are put in e Id sou-age. The extreme heat soon rrrrlt? the coating end the pieces run to geth r. We necessarily carry large stocks in the winter, but if we are not entirely sold out "by the last of April, the stork on hand soon becomes worth less. The drug stores, too. are cutting In on our business, as nearly all handle candied of the liett.r grade." . ART IN ARIZONA. The easterner who eberi.-hes '.he idea that the Ari zonian has n ither time nor talent f ir the higher arts stands in line to have that delusion dispelled. It is n an uncommon belief that in Arizona the highest achievement to which one may aspire is the motlish roping of a steer, sci. ntitic stealing of water, or proper holding of a poker hand. A pupil of the Chicago Ait school or the New Y' rk Arti.-ls' society might scoff at .tho suggestion of good work by a Hassa yainpair disciple of pen or brush, bu't he might change his opinion were he to view some of the efforts of two Phoe nicians. L. Maynard Dixun is the must Toilet Soap Just Received The liuest toih t soap ever sold for the money, ti.'.c box of three cakes. Sec it in our window today. Just what you want for this hard water. Don't forget we have the finest ice cream soda in Phoenix. ring your prescriptions antl have the-m compound' d accurately. TBOMAS'DKUQt STORE. 20 C. ?ASHttjTON ST. Books of Interest For lovers of g I ret; ding w" ar. I'eet'ivili:;' daily in all the latest siowN, from the pens of t!ie best authors', books of travel and adventui e and novels, as well as -all 111.: Lading mag azines, monthlies and dailies will prove particularly U t er. si ing just now, as it deals v. itli the h ading questions of the flay, th' Chinese war and po-lili.-al situalio'i. m Phoenix Stationery & News Co 10 and 12 V. Washington St. Telephone 207. 'ifter raiinji' drinking Uo lu-Hrtity, i..?c 5?.-f'(S? bs. m m m Sultl everywhere, 'lo cents ft cent artist to attract at'tentioii and hi.--, "Uni 1 Luck St'.ry of Arizona," a w lter-e i r .1. pit ting a drouth scene, on (H-plav in an up-iown wind.'.w. is his liest work. lie has also many other exami'l s k' n'.-in-s in souJiwe-dein life, which will doubtless s .me time put him on a par with Fr-deric Remington, whose accural" r. productions I' far vvtst tyies have n.a le him fanioii-. tl.'o. K. Buui keis th otlu r man whose pe culiar style has an rafted mut'li atten tion. His sketch, s are all in colors and done in a facetious mood. His creation of "A Quiet Smoke in Arizona" is prob ably the most popular of the re-ult of Lis various efforts. HI ELDRED S GREAT HEAD. Hi Eldretl is one cf the must sutCLSsful ranchers in the valley, and he has be come so by strict at'tentioii to business and the ability to know a good 'thing when he see- it. Unfortunately, while yet a young ruan, he was i xposeti to the contagion of democracy and ihe result was a chronic affection which could only 1h' relieved by joining ':he excur sion party that wen. from here to the Kansas City convention. After he had doctored up his political h alth and was again in his n rmal condition he sized up the situation generally in the Missis- ippi valley and rt'turnetl home yes terday morning. Asked about 'the wui dt l ful things he saw. he replied that there were only tw things that particu larly attracted him and that he wanted to bring home, but bus prevented from doing so. One was the Missouri river and the other was the Anheuser-Busch brewing plant. OPENING INDIAN SCHOOL. Plans are completed for th- opening - f the Phoenix Indian school the first part of next mo;ith. No schnol in th-e south west is btt'ter ef'j!."ptd than this one to give a thoroughly practical educa tion. For tha girls there Is cooking, sewing, music find painting, and other t seful and n- cessary nee- mplishments. For the beys there are the trades, such, as harness and shnemaking. painting, printing, blacksmi'thing. wagon makin?. carpentering, tailoring, and steam engi neering, cnyx work, dairying and farm ing. For both sexes there is the regu lar acad.mif roursa of study and the manual training. Any healthy Indian tiny or girl is eligible for admission. That the advantage.; cf the school are ht coming known is evidenced by the in quiries ithnt are coming to the superin tendent from 'the schools a San Carlos. Fort Moheve. Yuma. Fori Gmnt and Hackbt'i ry. to say nothing of more-tlls-t.tnt P 'ints. o Order your fail .v.its early. Uur first . j::signn:cnt. o fall and winter goods h-.s arrived. II. G. Fet kings. Mer chant Tailor, i',9 N. 1st Ave. RS0NAL MENTION! Earl Sifiith is hac k ft' .ir. a two w?t lis' vr at i oi in ''nf '-1. Gus W. li"'T. Tui o. :s a gf.est at tic C iiitnereial h : I. Mr. and T i -:. A. F. -M-s.dncer r t'i !-- d h. -.':) v est, rday le re.ii'.g from t "o i-'it t i t h .- coast. At th-- !1 -1.1 Ati.niis are D. Bairl. St. L .uis: Saaua l llur...i:iitoii. New York; II. C. I'l iiehar.1 and wife. Mesa. S. J. Tribol-et r.-turned yt.-?i-rd.iy morning frcm a lutsin-e.-s trip .to Tres ctitt and r. sh"rt peep at Ir n Springs. A HAED LUCK STORY What a Butterfly Life Will Do With $50 a Month. The latest hard luck story is on a young Phoenix clerk who only lives on pay days and then not for long. Last pay day he "stacked up against the limit," to use his own expression. AVhen he drew his $30 at the cashier's office, a fellow clerk to whom he owed $10. fell in line right behind him. There was nothing for it but to hand the $10 ovtr. He was leaving the office at 4 o'clock with the $40 left, ami meditating upon what kind of a ballad and waltz he could give his landlady whereby she would accept $10 on account instead of the $-n due her. when his landlady, looking very warm and moist, pulled up against the curb on her bike. "Oh, Air. Softsnap!" she exclaimed, "I am so glad I happened to see you! I am almost distracted. 1 have a note for $100 falling due this afternoon, and 1 have been all over the city trying to iailii DEIMEL LINEN-MESH UNDERWEAR The ideal Underwear for wear in Arizona climate. Prcv. nts the skin from be (oniiii oversensitive, thus f.'iiit'yinsf you against sud ih a changes in temperature. Made in evi ry style of gar ment for M H.", WOMEN. CHILDREN. Advise us an. I sainpi -s v. ill 4 be submitted. Next Door to Santa Fa By. Office SPECIALTIES Genuine Hubbrd squash, gr'uwn on the Verde. Prescott cabbage, wax. Lima and string beans. Bleached celery, fancy head lettuce. SPECIAL FOR LUNCHES. Fresh Saratoga chips, Dill pickles and im ported olives in bulk in cold storage, imported Swiss cheese. FISH AND OYSTERS. Old reliable Eagle Brand oysters in cans. Fresh fish, crabs and lobsters received every day. Wholesale and Retail. collect money due me. I have managed to get $00 together, and your $20 will come in so handy, indeed it will! I do so hate to ask you for it in this way, but," etc. She got it, but only after the young man had swallowed what seemed to b" a pcath stone that had lodged near his Adam's apple. At the corner he was halted by a ci gar dealer whom he'd been owing $14 or six months. The cigar man said he was going out of business, needed the money and proposed to have it or there would be one clerk in town carrying a face that had never been photo graphed. The youth produced one of the remaining $10 bills and turned it in on account. That left him just $10 to enjoy wild hair-raising rides on the trolley, indulge in reckless dissipation at the ice cream parlor and soda foun tain and to get his bunch of laundry from the Boxer around the coiner. The liveryman overhauled him next and was satisfied with a $5 note. A couple of hours at the pool table left him $3 in the hole, with a bar bill of $1.95. He settled up and making a rush for the cigar counter laid down his last nickel and asked for a bunch of cigar ettes. "I'm going to get the clutch on a stack of sarcophagus tacks, anyhow." he mused desperately, and then he lit one of the mean little smokes and start ed out with the remainder of the pack age of cigarettes in his hand. He was fum'bling with the box. trying to get the paper lid closed, when he dropped the cigarettes on the pavement. The col ored porter of the saloon happened to be wetting doVn the pavement with the hose. The cigarettes all dropped out of the box on to ihe wet pavement, and tht n the young clerk was all out. . vd nothing doing. lie scratched nis hta j over it and thought it out for a moment ami then he got a move ,,n again. "' til. I can go home and go to b' d. anyhow, dern it all." he retlect'-d. He rci-ehcd the come1' of tYashin..oa ar.:; I'-.-nt.-r streets, pulling away at the S'.iiiai;.' cigarette that he had left to .-"how for his pay day. when a mite of a kid. about 7 years of age, edged i"P to him. looked pleadingly at the cigarette, and said: "Pitaso. sir. giee me a inhaie?" Th,;. clerk handed over the clger t without a word, dug hi3 hands inta , pockets, and plodded along towa:d First street, muttering: "I'm whipped to a finish now and if the Salvation Army would only show up I'd be wil ling to surrender. Madam Lela Elrado of Durham, N. C. arrived in Phoenix yesterday and is slopping at the Alamo, 27 East Monroe St. Mme. Elrado is a ilmist of many years' experience and i.s highly recom mended by the state otlicials of North Carolina, where she has lived for the past live years. She reads the lines cf the hand and tells of past, present and future, gives tips on the stock market and other business matters. Tells of the s-'tate of health and of love affaira. Gives lucky policy numbers. DECAPITATED BY TRAIN. N w York. Aug. 26. Henry Matten, of til:'. West Twentieth street, while rid ing on a New York Cential freight train on Tenth' avenue last night, fell frotn the roof of a box car and went under the wheels. His head win cut off. GOV.-GEN. WOOD'S RIDE. Covered R'O Miles in Tiventy Hours in His Canvas. Gibara, Province of Santiago de Cuba. Aug. '26. Governor General Wood's ride .from Puerto Parde via Las Tunas and Holguin. on his convention canvass, was completed here last night. He covered more than 120 miles in twenty hours. Captain Lewis and thrie friencs came in 'the party. General Wood inspected 'the Tenth cavalry yesterday at Holguin and found PAN0RAM KODAKS For broad landsca p-. s, views of cities from h.igii buildings, hi'tersections of witle streets. Gives beautiful pano ramic effect. No. 1 Pan ram Kodak, picture 2V4.7 inches $10.00 No. 2 I'anoram Kodak, jiicture o'ejxll' inches $20.00 20 pet cent Discount on all Kodaks Stnd for Kodak Catalogue. i. L ANDREWS & SON 28-30 N. First Avenue. n 'it T1" -.li i i ! ".i-.i&i v. -, I! ;i - if ' T (T UT J Q of dressy, stylish shoes can have their every desire satiated in our Iarfe L-'' V UtiVO stock of select shoes. After inspecting our stock you would not accept a PrkC3 1 to Put "P wfrk otner makes that are inferior in every respect tut selling 1 rupUbcil prke. you simply get ftlii A to our shoes and that means being a constant satisfied custorrer. ' iviarnea We ajsohave shoes for , CVkiAvir shoes of every variety, for school, for dress and for the moun- vimureii, tans You wiI1 have no TVnt l( n frnn what you want and getting fitted. Wear, beauty UUlc and comfort you always want and you will never T)irrtr' yourself from our shoes to look elsewhere for these LlVUrCC qualities, ft is simpl Sf best FLEMING BLOCK, FOR RENT. 160 Acres Under Buckeye Canal. Inquire for Special Te.-vns: Wetrick & Latham' SS2 N. First Ave. You Can Own Your Home Now... Five, Roo" iJriok House Finished X for ------ $1000 Weirick & Latham 32 N. First Ave. LARGESTte Rental Agency in Arizona. List Your Houses and Rooms 3?or Rent With Weirick & Latham i 32 5T. First Ave. the troops in good health. S.-'r:-. tarit s Lae; "t-e aa.l Tar.iayo im pressed upon a m. eting ..f Cal.aas the lit cessity for a peaceful t li eti'jn. Every city of importance exhihi'.-" intense in terest in the elections. The iv.it i r.als prevail in the llolguiii district. Ice cream ices and sherbets made from fresh fruits, in any quantity, at Rinehart's. SARDOU A THOROUGH PLEBIAN. Sardou, the French dramatist, 'ad mits that all the blood in his veins is plebian. For three generations his an cestors have lived in very moderate cir cumstances at Cannos, and before that they were Sardlan fishermen, whence, he thinks, his family got its name. Wanted To know the whereabouts of Robt. Webber. Address F. 15. Moss, city. Our soda fountain Is of the finest class in the city. Call in and be con- I vinced that our sodas are also. Rine hart's. HERE AGAIN. Paul Morgan, the expert Piano tuner. is again in Phoenix. Those wanting their pianos tuned or repaired for the fall and winter may leave orders atj either of the music stores in Phoenix. ' The frozen delicacit you get at Rinehart's are made right. 209-11 AV Washington street. Howard Dawson Successor to Gill & Foster. .(The old Higgins Place) The Onlv Exclusive Ice .Cream Parlor in Phoenix. Ice Cream "Wholesale and Retail Soda - Fountain. AH Soft Drinks Dispensed. 205W. Washington St., 'Phone 260 PALACE OF FASHION I To Prove is to Convince. We have convinced hundreds of customers that we make first-class fitting clothes at prices that defy competition. Our clothes in fit and workmanship are second to none. We have a large assortment of blue serges, flannels, brown and prays. Imported worsteds, blue and black clay worsteds, Irish linens, for which we make special low summer prices. -Remember, you will not pay for reputation. Fefore ordering your clothes give us a call and convince yourself. A. MENDELSON FINE TAILORING. LEADER LN j 2?LO$ prices. 1 16 V. Washington Sr Near P. u CAc to yur kest tfrt21"5 advertisement and we always WILSON AND WOOLDR1DGE. THE RELIABLE SHOE STORE. i A SNAP 4 i i i Fine paying business on Wash- ington Street, or will take in partner. Capital required $1,500 L to $2,500. See me quick. J J. ERNEST WALKER, " "-' - . , . " , V NOTARY PUBLIC. 'Phone HIBEABD GOOOOOOGOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO I WE WANT . to close out our Refrigerators. Jf You Want to buy one, it will pay you to come and see us. 1 TALBOT & WI1Y COFFEE AL'S RESTAURANT SO WELL KNOWM? BECAUSE: !W serve more Meals and seat more sruwrU. Art mora famau fa Coffee, Meats, Salads and Pastry. Are the oldest Restaurant people In the city .(nine vsan la tk ksj In ess). Bar Cold Storage and Bteam. Are up to date In everrtUBa, ICE CREAM WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. PLUMBING AT SUMMER RATES SEE THE NEW f Pattern for 1900. JUST RECEIVED. Two Carloads of Fine Carriages, Up-to-Date -Buggies and OLD HICKORY WAGONS. PRATT, Gilbert & Co. AGENTS, 30-34 SOUTH FIRST STREET. K1 T5 3" - .' v i '..;J s - n I -i r ''V-v- .f.. r';:'7 f &&V&f&Zifi3i '''i-''i;,':' ''i to overlook giving our footwear A satisfied customer the endeavor to satisfy. PHCENIX, ARIZONA S inBUUANCE AND LOANS. y 50. 26 South Second Avenue, VV BUILDING. ' S o o o o o o o o o o Q o HUBBARD IS- Of course. We have closed out all the old stock which was bought when Iron and pipe were high. Prices of everything in the plumbing line are now much lower than a few weeks ago. Our customers shall have the advan tage of the falling market. Our stock Is new and we know the plumbing business. It will pay you to have us do your work at summer rates. i I The Scovilfe Plumbing Co., 114 WEST ADAMS STREET.. GAS RANGES PHOENIX LIGHT AND FUEL CO. Z - If you know all about your eyes, know just what ;he trouble is and jusc what hind of glasses you need, you should buy here. I.e.-ause we have j"ist what yi.ii want, and you can have 15 u i. 0 oar aid or teithoiii it. if ..ii .'.'.n't know a.-! igniatisai : ti.t rheumatism, or anything ab.nu -v-sight. only that you "can't see," you should vist us. because you uill get jilr-t the glass ..ii ie.-tl. afiex a thorough seientitie exainiuation. an exaiiiioat'oa that leaves no defect unmeasured. Tb-a you inly glasses or not. just as y-u please. The examination is free. DR. GEO: B. HRATT Arizona's Leading; Optician. Telephone 209, Ford Hotel Block,