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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN : MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1900.
PREMO CAMERAS are used by iHE Best Photographers Both professional and amateur, everywhere. They are adapted to both plates and films. PREMOS sell from $5 l. $-00, all prices, and represent the product of the largest camera factory in the world, after an experience in that line of over seventeen years. We carry a complete line of PREMO CAM ERAS, in all grades, and invite an inspection of our line by any one interest ed. Catalogs mailed free to out of town trade. Washing Becomes a Positive Pleasure WHEN YOU ARE T73INQ ONE OF THE Wyeth White Cedar Washers OF THE GOLDMAN STOCK IS IN FULL SWING. WE HAVE MADE LARGE REDUCTIONS IN THE PRICE OF THESE GOODS. SOLD ONLY BY D. H. BURTIS', 31-33 E. Washington Street liUAKAKTEED TO BE THE BEST ON THE MARKET. ONLY $7.00. CALL AS1 LOOK AT TSfcM BEFORE IU YING. A CAR LOAD OF our BIG SAI PINNEY & ROBINSON, BICYCLES, TYPEWRITERS, PHOTO STOCK AND SPORTING GOODS. Established 1833. 40 N. CENTER ST Phoenix. HOW ABOUT THE CARNIVAL? Movement On Foot For a Festival This Winter. To give or noj to give a carnival is the question that should be agitating the Phoenix public mind. Under the lielief that a repetition of the winter fete would 'be of very great benefit to the city and to the Salt River valley, members of the board of trade will at once begin the agitation for -the festi ve!. The last carnival brought' many thousands of people who left many Uiurand dollars. a much larger amount than the outUy for 'the fete, and advertised Phoenix as nothing else has done In years. The social feature, too, was of great moment and In it self was sufficient to repay ithe cost of the carnival. All in all, it sterns rea sonable to the gentlemen who are seeking to promote the fete, that there should be no oppoeltlon to their efforts. It is likely That this winter will sec a larger number of vlsiors to 'the city than ever before and if a first-class fes tival can, be givenuring thewlnter they will spread its fame through" the country in a manner that will be of Incalculable worth to this city. Another matter which makes it de sirable that a carnival be Riven is the fact that a rate may be secured which will induce mny people to come from Colorado to Phoenix. As has been noted previously, Mr. S. P. Clark, rep resenting the local board of itrade, has t.een in Tenver, engaged In an effort to arrange a plan whereby an inter change of tourists can be effected be tween Phoenix and Denver, securing rates such as will induce winter resi dents of Phoenix to go to the Colorado metropolis In the summer and, vice versa, a scheme which would help both Arizona and Colorado, to the det riment of California. There has be.-n Borne difficulty experienced in securing the co-operath n of some of the rail roads In the plan, but Mr. Clark said last night that he had received a letter from the Santa Fe general ticket an passenger office stating that a rate wouid be made If Phoenix would pro vide .a drawing card of sufficient strength to attract a large enough number to make the reduction profit able. o FEOMM TO QUIT SERVICE Chief of Fire Department Will Not Accept Re-election. Robert Fromm, chief of the Phoenix volunteer fire department, will sever his connection with that branch of the city service. Mr. Fromm has been chief of the department for the past five years and in that irime has seen It grow into one of the finest and best equippad in the west. His term will expire in January and he will refuse to accept the place again at the election in February. There is no salary at tached to ithe position and Mr. Fromm states that he can no longer give the place the time it des.rves without neg lecting the work upon which he de pends for a living. He is employed at the Heyman store and his time, which DO THESE LOOK GOOD TO YOU? 15c 1 pound Arbuckle Coffee. toe 1 can best standard Corn or Tomatoes. $1.10 10 pounds pure Leaf Lard. 13c 1 pound Eastern Bacon. 48c 1 pound Star Tobacco. ( 30; 1 pound ery best Chewing Tobacco. 45c 1 pound Schilling's B. Powder. 25c 1 pound M. & J. Coffee. ICc 1 can Salmon. 5c 1 can Surdities. 65c 1 dozen Pint Fruit Jars. 85c 1 dozen Quart Fruit Jais. 10c 1 can Ks'aporated Creams. These are Ithe pricps that mke thrm dizzy and crowds the Stole that's Al ways Busy. McKEE'S GASH STORE Psfnbarton block, vppoalt tomrt Imum. is devoted 'to the department, must Iv taken after his regular work is done. "The office has been a source of pleasure to me." said Mr. Fromm, "but a man shouldn't attempt to do more than he is able to do, and that's thi1 position I've been in." Friends of the fire department are loath to lose Mr. Fromm and are cir culating a petition to be presented to the city council to attach a salary to the fire ehUf's position. They state that the city is large enough now to support a full paid department and If the council will not create the place, they will ask that the work of chief and the superintendent of the streets be combined, one man to altend to both and draw such a salary as may be fixed by the council. A new and better alarm system is another fire department matter which is before ithe council. On his recent trip to San FrancUco Chief Fromm in vestigated the system used there and has recommended that a similar sys tem be instituted here. The alarm plan, now in use in Phoenix is the Gamewell and has been in use for four years. Advocates of the proposed new system state that it is much better adapted to the requirements of Phoe nix and thai-for $2,200 a system can be had which will be sufficient for use here until the city reaches a size of 30,000. TAKES OPPOSITE VIEW Due Who Thinks Church Music Not An Essential. To the. Edkor o"The Republican o'r: Your correspondent nas read with considerable interest the views of some of the clergymen of Phoenix on the subject of the importance of having good music in the churches, one gentle men going so tar as to state that the music is of as much Importance as the Hrrmon. It is stated that if 't were not for the music the attendance at church service would be considerably less than It Is now. In other words, we take it, that? the attendance of people who do not make it a point to attend church regularly would be considerably less. We do not apprehend that the ar gument will b advanced that, the at tendance of church members would be any less on account of having a less elaborate musical programme. The' interviews published In jour columns have ieen from clergymen the pew has been silent. Let us look at the case from the point of view of the pew. A gcod many of those who eit in the pewr attended Sunday school when young and have children now fol lowing in iheir footsteps. It is a pleas ure no the older person? to attend Sunday school and the clergymen, on the other hand, are disappointed 1C the younfe1 children do no-t. attend church services. One proposition is certainly as fair as another. Can a person, how ever, altend both services? The Sun day school is an hour in length and is followed, after an intermission ranging from five to twenty minues, as the cus tom ina.v be, by thff church service proper. The latter, whore there is an elaborate inusict-l programme. Is very often an hour and a half in length, and even then the sermon is cut down to a very moderate length. The 'total time consumed in both services Is very close to two and three-quarters h ui-'. Is it a wonder sometimes that the children do not like to go to church and the c iders arrive at the conclusion that on.' service in the morning or for the day is sufficient? There are other features connected with this subject that do not need to be touched upon here. They may be bare ly mentioned, however, in the form of interrogatories, somewhat as follows: Is It really true that church attendance would diminish if the music were cut down o as to give a preaching service of one hour In length? Is the music of as much real importance as the ser mon? Does it pay to cater to the float ing public when thereby the attendance of church members and workers is dis couraged? etc. Furthermore, let it be understood that this communication is written without malice and only for the purpose of discussing the question. R espeetfuily. A READER. Phaenix. Fcpt. 9, 1900. RICHARD GIRD IN MEXICO Developing Mining Property In Chi huahua. The I.os Angeles Herald litis the fol lowing concerning Richard flird: "It is not often that word drills into J.05 Angeles from Richard Gird, who is at work developing mining property in Mexico. Mr. ;ird was one of the fa mous Tombstone miners and was well known as owner oi the Chino ranch. "Mirlern Mexico's con c spun lent at Fuertc. Sinalna. wrii"s: 'A new min ing camp h:iF. been opened at Agita "al itutc. about .-ix miles north of t'hini fas. in the Ftate of Chihuahua, by Richard Gird an old Arizona miner. The camp I called Ouadaliije, and is composed of nine viinsef ore. carry ing gold and silver. They are from two to eight leet wide and have an average of $15 gold and twelve ounces of silver to the ton. Ore of this class is very abundant and1 some ores run into the thpussrtds cf dollars to the ton. Mr. irnitu i & i Til JUST RECEIVED To be sold at Summer prices to make room for our Fall Pur cha?es, see our Display of 30c. to 50c. Matting at 25c. per yard. This week only. ROM0NDDAYLUESELY CO. 21-23 ELLINCSON BLOCK v P Id P P p 9 P k 1 Til LADIES' TAILOR-MADE SUITS H. G. FEE KINGS, Merchant Tailor, ??re?S?.h- Gird has established a fine mill at his mines, with ten stamps, and with power for 'twenty additional stamps. The mill commenced operations May 1 last, and Mr. Gird has already shipped $40,000 in bullion to the Alamos mint. Mr. Gird is an experienced-miner and mechanic. He is now planning to es tablish an electric light plant at a place about eighteen miles Trom his mines, where there is a waterfall of 150 feet. He anticipates hat he can secure power here to run all of his machinery. This promises to develop into a large and flourishing mining camp. A large 'bonanza has also been discovered at Otates. in Chihuahua, near the Sinaloa line, by Don Ber nardo Garcia. This is? a gold bearing vein from eight to tc.i meters wide, the ore runnii.g from ?100 to J2.0C0 per trn. PLiYED GOOD BALL BeMund Team Defeats the Tempe Crimson Rims. Fluthed with the defeat of the- Tru Elues, the Temp;' Crimson Rims came to Phoenix Sunday with th r. vowed in tention of figuratively wiping up the earth, at the ball park, with thi D? .Murifl team. Th y w ie saeily and I adly diAapp iinle i and at no stage in the game Wfie the Tempe men given any hope that tbey could solve tho dif ficult problem presented by fit" 1 -Jlunds. A 'mall. but enthusiastic ciowd saw the dims- n Ilims defeated by a score of 10-2. and liberally ap plauded the really surprising work of the Phoenix team. It has been said ttequently that there were too many attempts at star playing and lack of t arn work in the EeMi'nJ nine, hut yey terdayV game was a Hal refutation i.f this theory and the manner in which they played together and the total ab sence of that common fault in ball t.ams, individual playing, was most noticeable indeed, such a g;n ar ticle of base ball was set foith that the fi.ns can se? no rea sem why the De Mund ni n should not be abl - t play winning ball with the Los Angeles t'am '11 the s.ries to be played here next week. Collins, the DcMund pitcher, wa. in vincible, only allowing two safe hits to be made from his delivery. Long, catcher, played an errorless game, as did also all lh. players in thi outfield, and th!- improvement in batting was so great as to bs worth special men tion. Tempe was sadly lacking in battery work and to that thMr shortage in team work wire duo many of the runs made by the UeMunds. The DeMunds and the Indian school I am will play the first of a series eif ihrv games on Saturday next. Sun day they play the "Crimson Kims" and Tempe. whxh will be the last game vntil they cross bats with 'the Lou An gehs team. MATTERS OF ItKC'OTtp. The following fnstrutn tits. 1 p :to:i by the Pho nix Title Juai amy anu Ab stract company, were filed in tli otiice of th" county recorder Saturday: Daniel McDcrmott and wife to w. K. James, deed to lots 1 an I 1. block '-'. Simnis addition. Phoenix; c nsi dera tion, J10. K. S. l.yell to J. C 11 ak , d-'d to one half interest in Felipe. Texar and Hecla mines; consideration. $125. Sarah J. Mock (widow) to Edwin S. Mock, deed ro lot 16, block 59, West Tempe; consideration. . P F P P p P P P P P P P P a 1 Made to Your Measure from $18.00 up. There is no reed of paying an enormous price for your TAILOR-MADE SUITS. We will take your measure and guaran tee you a perfect fit. You take no risk. A large assortment of patterns to select from. We invite you to call and see our samples. SCHOOLS OPEN TODAY City Pupils to Lose No Time Getting Into Action. From !) o'clock thi.- morning until some time in June the larger part of young America will hope for ehe com- ing of the time when he t an throw his books into the corner and g;t out into the open, free frnm the arduous '.asks incidental to the wearisome hours spent lor five days each we-k in school. It is right ;irid good for the the- rists to de clare that the average boy is happy when the tiir. comes for him to re sume th? school work, but his average lad is the exception rather than th rule and it is indeed an extraordinary youth who will begin his labors this morning in a joyful mood Happily, though, the school boy is an evolutionist and as he acquires the added wisdom of years he is swung into a belief that his younger idea? wM-e in the wrong and he comes into the knowledge that his youthful days spent with mathematics, grammar, spelling, etc., were not wasted. There are no features of unusual in terest to mark the opening of sch- ol thi:-, fall. A!I the teachers veil' be in their places at 0 o'clock and the en rollment will bjgin. IVually the iirft day hr.s not been devoted to work on th.' part of the pupils and heretofore they hfve be n dismiss?d after re reiving instruction as - the course of study to be followed out. Superintend ent Creager saij last night that the studies would be-gin this morning, however, and thus no time will be lost in settling down to hard work. No gr at changes have been made at any of the schools, a few minor improve ments, especially at the Central build ing, being the only work done during the vacation. EX-P.ANDID STAHS TO KILL. New York. Sept. 9. Giovanni Pizzi. a butcher, who, his neighbors say. was a bandit before' he came here from Italy, siabbeel anrl mortally wounded A ngclo Minaldo, yesterday, in front of Frank i Mat-low's store at :!S Mulberry street. where they both worked. The former bandit drove a short, slender knife, with which he had been cutting up meat, into his fellow worker's abdomen several times. He tried to oscapa after ward but his employer seized him and handed him over to the police. There had been bad blood between Minaldo and IMzzi for a long time. Min aldo was a harmless fellow who elid odd jobs about the shop, -while Pizzi, ac cording to the neighbois. was a shifty person, whose countrymen gave a wide berth. He has a slit in one ear which, they say. be received frrnn a watch man's sword in escaping from prison before he came to this country. PIG IKON SELLS POORLY. I Itr men. Sept. !i. Amerii-an miuiu j faeUTer have ref 'i-c l to guarantee j the quality f pig ir n shipped to Bre i men. Cons - : ntlv the ill feeling h.re ; is so gie.it t:,ot the product is selling in I lini' h smaller ouanlki.s th;m was ex i pected. AMIORICAN'S AT GAS COXGIIKSS. Paris, Sept. "J. Promin-nt represent atives of American gas interests were present yesterday at the opening meet ing of the gas congress at th,- exposition. GOLDMANS A Big Line of Comforts and Quilts from wMch t6 seTecT your Winter Bedding. Don't forget our Straw Hats at of their former price. THE ALKIRE CO. HEADQUARTERS POR RELIABLE GOODS. 'Phone 2741. 9-11 E.; Washington Street LADIES It is very important to know who carries tlie finest line'of POCKET BOOKS and CARD CASES You will have more money to put into your pocket book if you b'jy of us. ELVEY & HULETT, THE LIVE DRUGGISTS. 3 Days More THE REMOVAL SALE CONTINUES AT DORRIS BROS. Great Offerings in Furniture DORRIS BROS., House Furnishers. let to 22 HAST WASHINGTON T., l'liee lix, Arizona. Received Daily Fresh and Crisp. WHITE PLUMB CELERY. HEAD LETTUCE. STRING BEAN'S. WAX BEANS. FANCY TOMATOES. CUCUMBERS. RIPE APPLES. FANCY LEMONS, "The Pig Juicy Kind.' JEROME PEACHES. CRABBMacBRIDE PRODUCE CO.'S Tel. 250. 12 North Center St $1.50 Corsets at $U)0 $1.25 Corsets at 85 $1.00 Corsets at 50 Hosiery 25c and 30c J5 Hosiery 20c A2 Laces and Embroideries at half price. White Bed Spreads $1.75 1.00 White Bed Spreads $1,00 65 Towels 25c at 15 Towels 15c at 10 Linen Crash 16c at 12i Linen Crash 12c at 08 h Scrims 15c at ' .08 Outings 10c at .07 Outings 7c at 06 Outings 6c at THE FLOUR-MAKING INDUSTRY. Minneapolis. Minn., Sept. 9 The great flour mills of Minneapolis whose year ended last night, have eclipsed all the previous performances in the history of the industry that has made the city fatr.ous. There is no doubt that 14. SOO.OOO barrels of Hour have been manu factured. It Is entirely probable that the amount will be higher than that. The mills required between 61000.0no and 65.0i)n.non bushels of wheat during the past year. MOTORM AN WILL DIE. Trolley Car Jumps the Track and J Strikes a Tree at Westfield, N. J. Plainslield, N. J., Sept. 9. Car No. 9 of the Westfield & Elizabeth Trolley $5.00 to $10.00 For a Set of Teeth HERE IS MY MODERN PRICE LIST: Gold Crowns, - - $5.00 J Silver Filling:, 50c and up Gold Filling-, -$ J. 50 and up ( Extracting, - - - 50c R. E. I10LBROOK, Deaitist. Rooms 2, 4, 6, over Postoffice, PHOENIX, ARIZONA. Electric fan service in every room. .04 i 5 and 7 E. Washington St company, jumped the track at the cor ner of Summit avenue and Park street. Westfield. about 1 o'clock this nrwn Ing and crashed Into a large tree. Mo torman Martin Walsh sustained a de pr?ssed fracture of the skull and a. compound fracture of the leg. He will die. Conductor E. Victor Lorton. es caped with a few bruises. Robert Eg gert. the enly passenger on the ear. re ceived a few cuts and 'bruises. The car was wrecked. o THE HEALTH PROBLfflM a most quickly solved by making the blood and digestion perfect by tiking Hood's Sarsaparilla. Its cures of scrofula, salt rheum, dyspepsia, nervousness and that tired feeling are legion. The non-irritating cathartic is ; Hood's Pills.