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THE ARIZONA REPUBIilCAN: SUXDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER , 1900.
PAIN'S 1 Marvelous Military Spectacle jj The I Battle j I Joan I The Fireworks Kind's 1 Masterpiece. Phoenix Park, Sepetember 24-25. 1 0,000 feet of Realistic scenery 300 Performers Gigantic Out-door Stage Mast thrilling battle scene ever depicted, followed by S $1,080 Fireworks Display. n . r . ..... 3 Program CliaHged Each Mght. g j Mi SAN FRANCISCO SEMI-CENTENNIAL. CELEBRATION. w The Santa Fe will sell excursion tickets to San Francisco and return for above occasion on Friday, September 7. Bound trip tickets, good for ninety days. Fare, $15.43. For further infor mation call on or address E. W. LU L LETT, General Agtt. Cmsideiing iis age, its population and what it has accomplished. Our people going away each year to ail parts of the country always come back with Ibis verdict. There has been no boom, no bluster in its building up. Hut its i-'r-'Wth from a few adobe houses in a barren waste to a city of 12, nit) inhab i ants, with line schools and churches, electric lights and street cars, in the midst of a valley made rich and ver dant by irrigation, has been steady and sure. To the new-comer we want to say, you have made no mistake in com- ; ing to Phoenix, whether for health or for business reasons. And to the one returning after the summer's outing we would a-;k, Don't you think Phoenix is a pretty good place, after all? of curse, all of ou will need many things in the house furnishing and hardware line and we f 1 sure you will not regret patronizi ng us with our low price spot cash system. Whethe-r you buy or not, we ask you to call on us often and look our line over. It will surely pay you. Mail orders promptly tilled. jTMVIDSGN'S CASH BARGAIN ST0RL riT Doors East of Fc-stOfflM. Telephone No. 236 Three rings. Dent rltte to lladtj in Arlo'is. PAIN5 PSioesiix is the Best Town 4mer OF TflB PHOENIX WEATHER. The fulb-winjr weather conditions pre vailing In Phoenix yf sterday were re ported toy the United States weather bureau: 6:30 a.m. 5:30 p.m. liarnm. pressure 29.S1 29.67 T-tii. dry bulb 73 100 Tom. wet bulb ,"S 70 Tern, maximum !) 101 Tern, minimum 72 72 "Wind, direction SK W Wind, velocity 4 2 Precipitation 0 0 Suite of w ather.. .Pt. cloudy. Cloudy. P.AIXS IX THE EAST Heavy rains have lK-en falling in eastern Arizona, and the Gila river is booming. SPECIAL Mf'SIC The programme of special music at the Baptist church on Sunday, September 9. will include "liaise Me to Thy Bosom," by the ciiiarte'tte, and offertory solo, "(in si.Ur the Lilies," by Mrs. P. A. Thar aldson. A GOLD PRICK. n Thursday the Tucson Consolidated National bank re ceived from the Kins of Arizona mine a bar of sold weighing 1C0 nounds, valu d at ?::".Vi. of the many ship ments of srnld received from the Kinpr of Arizona by the "o:is jlida ;ed Na tional bank, this is tile larff- st. RI'SH FOR BOOMS. A demand that is unprecedent- d for rooms at ho tels, boardins and lode-ins houses, is -sutlicient indication of a rpming great rush for nccommodat'ons for winter visitors t o Phoenix. At many of the b.'ttvr class of boar.lh'ic houses all the room has been engaged and many ap plieants aiv not able to secuve consid eration. WILL 1 1 KA It OBJECTIONS. Mon day morning, at the recorder's office. the city board of equalization will begin j operations at 10 o'clock and hear ob jections from taxpayers who tiiink that ! the assessor has not dealt with them ' fairly, or with a proper understanding;. The board w ill be in session for about two weeks. VISITED Flit E DEPARTMENT. Walter Moore, former chief of the Los Angeles nre department, was a visitor in Phoenix yesterday and while hero was the guest of Robert Fromm. chief of the local depart ment. Mr. Moore was connected with the I. s Angeles d--par.ment for over fifteen years and for most of that time was its chief. TAXI'S ON SCHOOL LANDS. Clerk Gray of the board of supervisors is now engag d in receiving taxes on school lands, payable al any time be tween September 1 and December 1. About fe.000 will be paid in on 11.42S aer. s r.f leas d land, valu-1 at $l::i.st2. Last year the amount collected up to D (-ember 1 was 52.42S.17. 1-aving $1.43:; due. FIRST M. E. CIIt-RCII. It-sular services at :he II. E. church today, corner of Monroe street and Sec.n l avenue. Sunday son ol, !:43 a. m., lesson illustra tt-d l.v the past ir: pn aching. 11 a. m.: tin me. "The Law of Personal Contact;" Epwoi til Loague. d:"0, follow. 1 by a short discourse by the pastor: subject, "Loyally and Love." The services will be held both morning and evening in the audit- num. A 7IOME PARTY. Mrs. Fred Tait. nssi.-tcd by Mrs. Jesse F. Kelly, enter tained a n'onib- r of her friends at her home. Provocha ranch, three miles east of Pho-nix. yesterday. Those prt sent were Grandma Bic-hards, Mrs. B-ssii Richards. Mrs. Wesley McKce. Mr-. Cora Tait. Mrs. Doplace. Mrs. I Willard Wharton. Mrs. William l!am i m- nd, Mrs. Charles Denny, Mrs'. Harry Hancock. Leila JMvc, Mary and Ruth j Tait. Mary Wharton. Chariie, Birdie. Olive and Grace Hammond and Naomi I McKee. ATHLETICS AT INDIAN SCHOOL. At a meeting Wednesday evening of advanced pupils the Phoenix Indian School Athieiic association was organ ized. Superintendent S. M. MeCiwan was chosen president, J. W. Balm r. seer, tary: James Alexander, treasurer; J. J. Wickham, manager: Mariano t)ilvas, captain of foot ball t-'am. anil Frank Pice captain, of base bail t am. Tin- object of the organization is to di rect the efforts the school in an a Ni lotic way ami sc. -tiro bett -r results than rvrr before. The members of the a "social i'li ar-- getting down to wok wiihot.t delay 1 at 4:13 each al';er- Toilet Soap Just Received The finest toil, t soap ever sold for the money, 23c box of three cakes. See it in our window today. Just what you want for this hard water. Don't ffirget we have the finest ice cream soda in Phoenix. ring your prescriptions and have them compounded accurately. TE0M4S' DRDQ STORE. 20 C. VRSHINGTON ST. from your memory the fai t that the Phoenix Stationery and News Co. are whcdesale and retail dealers in School Hooks. School Furniture and supplies of all kinds. Wo are ph ased to furnish School Trustees. Teachers ami Schol ars with everything necessary for the school room in large quantifies at prices as low as the lowest. Tbe Phoenix Stationery & News Co 10 and 12 W. Washington SI. Telephone ZUT. Don t Blot nuon assemble on the athletic field of tile scih'o I for practice. -Materials for gymnastic and athl.tic exercises will b secured as iiuiekiy a- possible. RI'FFKT AT CAPITOL. I,av niakeis in the n -xt Arizona legislature will nut of necessity have to carry lunch bask!s to the capitol b'.iil ling, n r will they find the canteen an es s -ntial to a sojourn at the territorial building. A soiree of great anxiety to the prospective members of the next i' uincil and the assembly has been the distance of .; h, capitol from pla.es wherein the inner man can receive tle attention due liis iv(itiirements. This question has been solved by the board of control and it has hern decided to permit the establishment in the bas. -ment of the building of a cafe where ail the necessities and luxuries may be obtained. No arrangements have bei n completed, but the privilege will he let soon and In ample time for ser vice during the session. o- Order your fall suits early. Our first consignment of fall and winter goods has arrived. II. G. Feckings, Mer chant Tailor, C9 N. 1st Ave. PERSONAL MENTION. Mrs. C. Lutil cf this city, an! Hon Mr. Walter Lund, and wife. f (Mendaie, have g ne to Agua Cali -nte. Miss Manu da Miller of Tempe was in the city yesterday visiting friends. Miss Miller will leave in a few clays for Flagstaff, where she will I cavil in the public schools. At lit- Commercial hotel are Ed Sehultz. Albuquerque: L. Kallenbaeh, Gila Bend: D. T. M Chile. 'e;a: II. A. Block, St. Louis; L. I. Bricker. Berkel'-y. Cal.: Mrs. (',. A. Mav.k. Mesa; W. H. 'L'row n, Orm- preei:n-t. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bradley and daughter E.lni reiurr.ed home ytu-f-day morning from their summer's visit in the east. They went as far as New Y- rk and sp-n: several weeks in Chi cago, also vi-iting a numb'-r of the in tervening cities. They report a most enjovable time. SUNDAY, LAST DAY. Mme. Elrado. palmist, will leave for Tempo. Any me wishing to have the past, present and future told should call today. She is a: :!S North Center St.. Boom No. 2. BACK FROM TH BILLS Return of a Grand Canyon Camping Party. Doetor and Mrs. L. D. D.'.mer Monroe, Miss Noyes and Mi Hughes have returned from a . Miss land trip to the Grand Canyon, San Francisco mountains. Flagstaff and other northern Arizona p tints. They hail an excellent trip and all returned healthy and good nature.. The doctor said the grasses anil water in the places they visited were for the most part more abundant than on his p! evious iit five iais ago. They l.poit the- San Franc i.---o's a beautiful p'ai e for camping cut and the summer c!ii:-.;:ti- n.o: t delighifrl. In f.iet it N already getting roost to. co:u for coin fort. Two weeks ago th.-y were S.."H feel above sea li-vil and slept under ail the blankets they could get and kept hi. a ted stones at their teet. 1)!-. Dameroii says I lie ranges have fewer cattle on them than he has seen in any previous year, but what cattle he diil see were better than in former days, most of them being I i- refords. and in good condition. He was partiet: larly enthusiastic over Fl a:; staffs water supply, which is piped eighteen miles from the San Fran; i.-'co moun- tains, is as cold as ice and practically chemically pure. The water plant cost' the people of 1- lagstafl SI 1... COO. but it is money well spent and will prove a good inve-stment in the end. The daily llow is :;oo.oeo gall ois. of which the rail road takes l.-.o.m'O gallons at ! cents a thousand, and the mill-- !iii.;r) gallons at tiie same rate. This leaves an an -pie supply for the city, which is sold to oo:iM'mers at from ;in t,nis to :1 per l.cno gallons. The railroad company owns the springs which furnish the supply, but the water company has a thirty-year lease, with the privilege of purchase at th end of that period. FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS Mrs. TVinsIow's Soothing Syrup has been used for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, al lays all pain, cures wind colic and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. DIEMEL f LINEN -MESH 3. UNDERWEAR A Porous Liiii-n having the advantage over all other fab rics of absorbing moi--ture and eliminating k quickly; will provide f,,r a dry climate around your body. hen.-,, will enable us to stand i xtr. lues of heat and cold wi.h compara tive c mf"i-;. Having further pr-.p rty of cleanliness and being non-irritating to the skin, it would seem peculiar that its advantage for the pur pose of underclothing should not have been recognized until recently. Sample? on appli cation. 9 eg 1 1- McDougalOage f Company. Exclusive Furnishers. Next Door to Smita' Fc Ry. Office 8- FRESH FISH Caught yesterday morning, packed in ice and left tue easnore at 12 o'clock, no n, reaches here this morning at 7 o'clock. Why not take some of this same FRESH FISH home with you for dinner today? All southern California varieties, including Baracuda, Blac k and Bed Iloek Cod. BTack Bass, White Fish and Halibut; 13 CENTS PER POUND. FISJS IS CHEAPER THAN' BEEF We are receiving a fine assortment and can please all tastes. Try a mess of fish for a change. ' H r A Wholesale and Retail. UXTON'S ERW1CK l-VALVES now arriving daily. I Dozen 20c. 2 Dozen 35c. 3 Dozen 50c. Cocktail it ml Eagle Brand Oysters in Cold Storage. CLEVELAND 1 1ECLINED And Harrison Accepted Positio Board of Arbitration. Washington, Sept. 8. Ex-Presid. u . Cleveland has declined the appoint ment as a member ot the' international bi ai d of arbit; atio.i under the Hague treaty. Ex-President Harrison accepts. ' o ANNCUKCEMEKT Miss V.eieh wishes to inferin her f Mends that she is Svie owner of the Philadelphia Book depot. No. Kit West Vrihi.is"tou street, where will be found a line line of books, stationery and school supplies. Mr. Wilson, an expei ienti d merchant, is in charge. (Jail and look over the stock. New goods every few day.-. I.aie novels re el i vi a this week. PAIN'S BATTLE OF SAN JUAN IN SAN FKAX'JiSCO. For nois -. color, pyrotechnics, mti'ti tuiiinous supers and scenic display, nothing seen in San Francisco these several years has exc. Iled Pain's Mil itary Spectacle of the br-.ttie of San Juan Hill. The fireworl's part of the show was ts;jecially worth se-. inx. Residents in the vicini.y . f Sixteenth and Folsom streets are favored. For two weeks they will be seeing things in the he" a vens. About (!.."f'0 persons were on the grounds las; night when the bugle sounded for the opening eef the per formance. The s- nd-ctrcle of seats faced a section of the defenses of San Juan, with a portion of the Spanish i rm y in view. Here and there were groups of Bed Cross nurse!-, in.-airgeiit prjsf.n- rs. tattered Cuban women. A SCHOOL BEGINS and every boy and girl should have a wheel to ride to and from school. Come in and let us show you our wheels rang ing in price from $20 to $75. Cresents $25 to $60 Columbias $50to$75 Clevelands $40to $50 E. L. ANDREWS & SON 2S-30 N. first Avenue. 5l WHAT SCrJOOL SHOES! WE CARRY THE STOCK TO PLEASE YOU. H. A. DIEHL SHOE CO., Na 3 w' FOR RENT 160 Acres Under Buckeye Canal. Inquire for Special Terms: VVeirick & Latham; 32 N. FirBt Ave You Can Own Your Home Now... I Five Boom Brick I House Furnished for - SiOOU Weirick & Latham 32 N. First Ave. LARGEST 66jt Rental Agency in Arizona. List Your Houses and Pojms I'-r Kent With Weirick & Latham 32 N. First Ave. soldier was beir.g burled. Every de tail was copied faithfully. A prayer is said by a Spanish friar as the funer bl moves away. Then a prisoner is tried by drumhead court man.ial and condemned to die. His wife and little child pi. ad wi;h General Linares for mercy, but he waves them away just as the spectators begin to fear he will spare the prisoner and thereby cheat them of the spei'iacle of an execution. The condemned is blindf Ided and shot by a file of supers. The supers, by the way and there are ,".a0 of them are well trained. To pass the time before the attack sports of camp life are introduced. These consist of some skillful acro batic work. Suddenly an alarm i sounded. The Americans have com menced to storm San Juan. Th. bom bardment is terrific. Innumerable shells burst within the walls and scat ter fire and destruction. The din is terrific, and the rapid oonctissions ef dynamite i-artridges feel like blows in i the face. To the noise of the pyro- technics is added the deafening cheer- ing of the American forces who by this 'time have taken the wall and are rush ing into the fortifications before head quarters. A block house is captured and fired. The armie s fire volleys into each ether and then come hand tr hand. The slaughter is great. At last to the music of '.oud cheers, in which the spectators join, the Stars and Stripes are run up the pole and San Juan has surrendered to the Americans. Th-? band plays an appropriate air and the victors march off with their pris oners. After the battle there was an exhi bition of pyrotechnics. A large staff of skill d men conducted the exhibition and there was no accident and no loss of time. Ingenious and beautiful set pieces alternated with gorge, us rockets and explosive bombs. In all the spec tacle was v '-y plea-ing. San Fran cisco Bulletin. TO MEXICO CITY AND RETURN. i a- i . conipiny win sen urne,.- 10 j Mexico City and return, from Septem- t her 4 to S. inclusive, for ?tr,.73, from : Phoenix. Tickets good for thirty days from date'of sale. For further infor- j mation call on or address j M. o. I'.ICKNELL. I At a meeting of the Maricopa county j prohibition central committee, called for the purpose of setting dale of conn- j ty convention, it was resolved that ; meeting should be held Septembr IS. at i 7 p. ni., at Dorris hall. The appoint- j ment of delegates from the different precincts is as follows: Phoenix. 20; Mesa, 6: Tempo, 3; Buckeye, :t; Glen dale, S, and all oth.r precincts 1 each. Every one in sympathy with the prin ciples of this party are earnestly asked to attend this convention. S. S. C.BEEN, Chairman. PALACE OF FASHION To Prove is to Convince. We have convinced hundreds of customers that we make flrst-clasi 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 worsteda, Irish linens, for which we make special low summer j prices. Remember, you wilt not pay for reputation. Before ordering your clothes give us a call and convince yourself. A. MENDELSON FINE TAILORING. Leader in 5 style, quality 1 10 V. Vasiilngton 5t Mcr P. O. NB 3 A SNAP i i i Fine paying . mgion oireei, or wm ' taKe in partner. Capital required $1,500 to $2,500. J. ERNEST WALKER, NOTARY PUBLIC. 'Phone HIBBAKD Ihave you TRIED for renovating furniture, picture frames, wood work or floors? It is the latest thing Out wears like iron. TALBOT & HUBBARD WMY COFFEE AL'S SO WELL KNOWN? BECAUSE: y?t terve more Heals and seat more attests. Ara mora famous Coffee, Meats, Ealadi and Pastry. Ar the oldeat Restaurant people In the alt (ulna Im tk u lness). Haya Cold Storage and Bteam. Are up to date In eTerytMsa. ICE CREAM WHOLESALE AND KETAli.. The Same Sweet Story I Pattern for 900. JUST RECEIVED. Two Carloads of Fine Carriages, Up-to-Date Buggies and OLD HICKORY WAGONS. PRATT. Gilbert & Co. AGENTS, 30-34 Headaches and Eyestrain. ! 1 IS XT? SNA STREET business on Wash- tf , t 7 See me quick. P.SAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND LOANS. EO. 28 South Second Avenue. BUILDING. o o o o o IS- RESTAURANT , JAPALAC .to but it is always true. Si-oville still dues the bulk of the plumbing and fleam fitting in this neck of the woods. He has the largest stock and the most skilled workmen. It naturally follows that his work is the best. He figures on any kind of a jab. It's about time to look into your plumbing needs for the winter. 15ETTEU SEE t-'('il-Y1I.LH. i ; The Scoville Plumbing Co., 114 WEST ADAMS STREET, FH0ENIX LIGHT AMD FLEL CO. ... YOUR MONEY'S "WORTH EVERY TIME la what you set -when purchasing yoar foods at this store. Good weight, hifrh quality and low prices has made F. Grlebel's the purchasing center for th thrifty and for those who appreciate, auperior grades of coffees, teas, canned goods, cereals, flour and meats. "Lira and let live" is our motto and wa lira up to Jt. FRANK GRIEBEL, Tel. 43. 218-220 W. Washington Et. SOUTH FIRST STREET. g .Many win for years have su(T re-l intensely from chronic sick headache?, usinp (irnpr-i "C all kinds wi hunt bi n i lit. have f iniil iinme.iiate and pt : -iiiani-nt 1 1-1 i f in prop.-rly a'l.i::st.-d Klass. s. b.N-aiis-.- eye ft rain was the cause. We remove the call-" and our cure is lasting. Examina-tion free. t .Satisfaction guaranteed. DRGEO. B. FRATT Arizona's Leading; Optician. Telephone Ztl, Ford Hotel lilotk, :J