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TitE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1900.
SNOW SHOES A large shipment of Geo. G. Snow's medium priced Men's Shoes just received, you will find this line eqnal to any thing shown in the west at $2.50 to $4.50 in Yici Kid, African Calf, American Calf, Satin Calf and with all the style of higher priced goods. Our Boys' and Youths school shoes are also in the largest, strongest line we ever displayed and at prices' that con form to the quality. School shoes galore for girls and with every pair of school shoes we give a fine school tablet, on the cover of which are beautiful views of the Paris Exposition buildings. WILSON m WOOLDRIDGE The Reliable Mice Store. t . - Fleming Block, PHOENIX, - - ARIZONA. Phoenix Is the Bes Town America Considering its age, its population and what it has accomplished. Our people going away each year to all parts of the country always come back with this verdict. There has been no boom, no bluster in its building up. But its growth 'from a few adobe houses in a barren waste to a city of 12,000 inhab itants, with fine 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 ask, Don't you think Phoenix is a pretty good place, after all? Of course, all of you will need many things in the house furnishing and hardware line and we feel sure you will not regret patronizing us with our low price spot cash system. Whether 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 lilled. DAVIDSON'S CASH BARGAIN STORE Fir Doors Xaat ol Porto Am, Telephone No. 236 Three rings. tWBest riace to Tr4e In Arlsoas. OF TflH TOWji PHOENIX WEATHER. The following weather Conditions pre allinff In Phoenix yesterday were re ported by the United States weather bureau: 5:30 a-m. Ilarom. pressure 29.TS Tern, dry bulb 78 6:30 p.m. 29.67 ns 66 300 Tern, wet bulb .. Teni. maximum . Tern, minimum .. Rel. humidity ... Wind, direction . Pr.cipitati . n .. . . . . 67 . .100 . . 78 .. 54 .. K . T IS w 0 Pt. cloudy. State weather.. Pt. cloudy. HIGH WATER. There is so much water In the Gila river that work is In progress raising the banks f the Oasa Grande canal. ACCIDENTALLY PHOT. Last Sun day while Sim Neighbors was riding through the brush in Catalina moun tains his revolver was accidentally dis charged, the ball entering his le;r. passing downward through the fleshy part and coming out bemath the kiiee, ir.flictir.g a painfu! wound. He was brought to Florence on Monday and placed In the hospital, where he is get ting along riccly. BAILEY-H A RTER. Last Sunday Mary E. Harter and Stephen Bailey were united in marriage at the resi dence of Jacob Suter at Globe. The affair was very quk-t. there being only a few intlmaue friends present. Both formerly resided in Phoenix and the groom was a: on.' time a citizen of Phoenix and a member of the police force. Hi many friends here will be pleased to note his good fortune. IS GRATEFUL. Speaking of the result of Saturday's convention. C. W. Crouse said yesterday that he was graceful for the cuinoliim ntt ry vote given him for sheriff. His candidacy was unsolicited on hi's part and he feel. proud of the vote he received, while making no personal effort. Mr. Crouse says when he really wants an ofac? again he will get ou: and huslje for it and .feels that his friends are still numerous and faithful. PREPARE FOR FOOTBALL. Thursday evening ,at the gymnasium of the Athletic club a meeting will be held ' for the purpose of organizing a football team. There are a number of former college players in Phoenix and an ef fort will be made to get them Into the game agoin. There is an ample suffic iency of good football material here and no reason why an eleven should not be formed and coached Into form good enough to beat any team in the south west. SOME GOOD SHOOTING. At the Phoenix Gun club shoot yesterday af ternoon, initiating the new Magautrap, whi:h work -d to perfection, 'th.; follow ing scores were made, out of possible scores of ten birds: Singles Aiitken, S, 7, 6. 7. K- Vvarman. ?,. 4 3, r: Wylie, 1. 4. 2. A. Price. 7. 5, 4. 1: Graham. !. 7. 10. S. 6: Utting. ;. 6. it. 5. ',: Jessop. 7. 4. 10. 3; Morrell. 0. 3. ?. 0: Pinney. 2. 3. 6. 4: Field Aitken, 8, 4. S; Graham, 7, 6. 8: Utting, 7. B, 5: Morrell, 4, 7; Warman. t, 2: Jessop, 9; Price. 7. 5: Pinney, :,. 1. 4. BALL PLAYER PROSTRATED. Hiram Brawley, who plays second base in the DeMund baseball team, wa3 th principal figure in what came near to a fatality Sunday afternoon. After the game Brawley became ill and fainted. A physician was called and after hard I work succeeded In reviving him Brad ley had played a hard game and after wards was unable to prespiro freely. He was wrapped in blankets and dosed with hot drinks until he became better. He will be unable to play again for some time. II AVAS A COON.- Several days ago it was announced in these col umns that the bones of a child had been found under the floor of the Gold man store, corner of Center and Wash ington street. Since (hen there has been more or less speculation as to the former identity of the remains and as to who had committed a crime so fiend-i-h as to necessitate auch a secreted burial place. While the private d. tect ives nf the city wer ca.-ting about for clews a local anatomist was busy put ling the honps together, fitting a joint here and thcr; and supplying the missing bon?s. When he got througn with his work he had an excellent skel t ton of a raccoon. Announcing the re sult it was readily recalled by a for- Toilet Soap Just Received The finest toilet soap ever sold for the money, 25c box of three cakes. See it in our window today. Just what you want for thi? hard water. Don't forget we have the finest ice cream soda in Phoenix. ring your prescriptions and have them compounded accurately. THOMAS' DRUG STORE. 240 C. WASHINGTON ST. COPYRlO m?r employe of the store that some year? ago a raccoon which was on ex hibition at the store escaped from his cage and crawled under the house, since when nothing more was heard of him. SCANDINAVIAN ORGANIZATION. Sunday afterno- n at Mie office of Jus tice Johnstone, on Wall street, the Vi king?, a social club, composed of gen tlemen of Scandinavian desctnt. was organized. The charter membership consists of twenty-five. At the next meeting, to be held next Sunday, of ficers will be chospn. AN OBSERVING CHILD. F. W. Thode and family have returned from their summer's visit in California. Mr. Thode said he was walking down a strett in Los Angeles the other day with his little son, who was pleading with him to buy him a button. "What kind of a button do you want?" he asked the boy. "Why. a McKinley button, of course," was his ready an swer. "I haven't seen anybody today with a Bryan button on." It was only a straw, but it indicated 'the direction and the velocity of ih? political wind in California. Order your fall suits early. Our first consignment of fall and winter goods has arrived. H. G. Feekings, Mer chant Tailor, 39 N. 1st Ave. PERSONAL MENTION H. F. Afehurst of Williams is a guest of the Commercial hoKl. Frank Fuqua and family have re turned from a visit in Colorado. Mr. Fuqua reports business good and lots of money in circulation. W. A. Drake. Prseotr. Jack Par sons. Los Angeles: W. E. Mellen. Chi huahua; M. A. Code and wife. H. D. Evans. Mesa: R. L. Field. Philadel phia: J. Doheney. Flagstaff: R. T. Wins;on, San Francisco: O. L. Gear. Congress Junction, were register-, d yes-! teruay at th - Hotel Adams. i SHOT A FRIEND BY ACCIDENT. New York. Sept. 9. Morris Rosenblat, 20 years old, and Max Goldstein, 22 years old, went to Vanser's park at Fresh Pond Road and Cypress avenue, Brooklyn, yesterday afternoon. Last night they were skylarking in a shoot ing gallery there and Rosenblat acci dentially shot Goldstein in the head. Goldstein was taken to St. Mary's hos pital unconscious. The surgeon there said that he had a bullet in the brain and could not recover. Rosenblat was iocked up in the Liberty avenue sta tlon. PAIN'S BATTLE OF SAN JUAN IX SAX FRANCISCO. For noise, color, pyrotechnics, multi tudinous supers and scenic display, nothing seen in San Francisco tluso several years has. exc. lied Pain's Mil itary Spectacle of the battle of San Juan Hill. The fireworks part of the show was especially worth seeing. Residents in the vicinity . f Sixteenth and Folsom streets are favored. For two weeks they will be seeing things in the heavens. About 6,500 persons were on the grounds last night when the bugle sounded for the opening of the per formance. The semi-circle of seats faced a section of the defenses of San Juan, with a portion of the Spanish srmy in view. Here and there were groups of Red Cross nurses, insurgent prisoners, tattered Cuban women. A soldier was being burled. Every de tail was copied faithfully. A prayer is said by a Spanish friar as the funer al moves away. Then a prisoner is tried by. drumhead court martial and conrlemned to die. His wife and little child plead with 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 spectae-le rf an execution. The condemned is blindfolded and shot by a file of supers. The supers, by the way and there are 300 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 Is sounded. The Americans have com menced to storm San Juan. The bom bardment is terrific. Innumerable shells burst within the walls and scat ter fire and destruction. The din Is terrific, and the rapid concussions of dynamite cartridges feci like blows In WE ARE STILL 5ELLIXG MAJESTIC GAS LAMPS For $2.75 Including a 2 pound can of carbide. This ia a reduction of 60 cents from the old price and you can't afford to miss the opportunity to get the best lamp made at such a price. E.XiulEWS&SON 28-30 N. First Avenue. Don't Blot from your memory the fact that the Phoenix Stationery and News Co. are wholesale and retail dealers in School riooks. School Furniture and supplies of ail kinds. We are pkased to furnish School Trustees, Teachers and Schol ars with everything necessary for the school room in large quantities at prices as low as the lowest. The Phoenix Stationery & News Co 10 and 12 W. Washington St. lelepliune 97, FRESH FISH Caught yesterday morning, packed in ice and left rue seasnore 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, Black and Red Rock Cod, Brack Bass, White Fish and Halibut; 15 CENTS PER POUND. FISH IS CHEAPER THAN BEEF We are receiving a fine assortment and can please all tastes. Try a mess of fish for a change. Wholesale and Retail. UXTON'S IG ERWICK AY ILK VALVES now arriving daily. I Dozen 20c. 2 Dozen 35c. 3 Dozen 50c. Cocktail and Eagle Brand Oyfters in Cold Slorajre. 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 ru.-ri ng into the fortifications before hea 1 quarters. A block house la captured and fired. The armies fire volleys into each other and then come hand to hand. The slaughter is great. At last to the music of loud cheers. In which the spectators join, the Stars and Stripes are run up the pole and San Juan has surrendered to the Americans. The band plays an appropriate air and the victors march off with their pris oners. After the hattle 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 gorgeous rockets and explosive bombs. In all the spec tacle was v. ry pleasing. San Fran cisco Bulletin. Thcr. will be a meeting' of the newly appointed republican county central committee at D iris hall Wednesday, September 12, at 10 o'clock a. m.. for the purpose of organization and such other business as may . come before the meet ing. All republican candidates are re quested to be present. By request. A. K. HTXTOX. ! Mine. Ijcla Elrado has decided to slop in Phoenix a while longer. Xo. oS X. Center street. DIEMEL I I LINEN -MESH t UNDERWEAR A Porous linen having- the advantage over all other fab- ties of absorbing moisiture 8 and eliminating it quickly; will provide for a dry climate around your body, hence will enable us to stand extremes of 3- heat and cold wish compara- c.imfor:. Having further "J prop.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 g recently. Samples on appli- cation. f McDougaIOage Company. i Exclusive Furnishera. 3 Next Door to Siinta Fe Ry. Office r Ui- WHAT NED SCHOOL SrOES! 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: YVeirick & Latham 32 N. First Ave. You Can Own Your Home Now... Five Room Brick House Furnished for ...... $1000 Weirick & Latham 32 N. First Ave. LARGESTjtttjt Rental Agency in Arizona. List Your Houses and Bo jjis F r Bant With Weirick & Latham 32 N. First Ave. An Atchison woman is such a crank on the manner in which the English language is handled that she recently interrupted her preacher while he was saying grace, to question his usi- of a verb. PAIN'S Marvelous Military Spectacle The Battle Sao Juan The Fireworks King's Masterpiece. Phoenix Park, Sepetember 24-25. 10,000 feet of Realistic scenery 300 Performers Gigantic Out-door Stage. Most thrilling; battle scene ever - depicted, followed by PAIN'S $1,000 Fireworks! Display. Program Changed Each Night. PALACE OF FASHION To Prove is to Convince. j We have convinced hundreds of i 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 grays, Imported worsteds, blue and black clay worsteds, Irish linens, for which we make special low summer prices. Remember, you will not pay for reputation. Before ordering your clothes give us a call and convince yourself. A. MENDELSON FINE TAILORING. STYLE, QUALITY and LOW PRICES. LEADER IN 118 V. Washlnalou Sl Netr P. u. of SNAP i i i A Fine paying business on Wash- ington Street, or will take in partner Capital required $1,500 L to $2,500. See me quick, , yx i I FRNFST VVAI KFR J. LH YLJI TTLILI, " ' ' ' W NOTARY PUBLIC. 'Phone HIBBARD OOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOO I jam lac I for renovating furniture, picture frames, wood work or floors? It ia the latest thing out wears like iron. TALBOT & HUBBARD o o Q O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOGOOOOOOO -WflY COFFEE AL'S RESTAURANT SO WELL KNOWN? BECAUSE: IWt mvrr more Heals and oeat more rest. Ara Boor J famoaa fa Coffe, Meat, Salad and Pastry. Ara the oldeat Reataarant people In the alty .Catoa yaara la tfc ka inesa). Haya Cold Stora; u Bteam. Are up to date In eyerytUsm, IOB CREAM WHOLESALE AND EETA1U. The Same Sweet Story but it is" does the steam fitting: the winter. V1LLE. SEE THE NEW n .11 x iaao rauem lur iuu, si ------- JUST RECEIVED. Two Carloads of Fine Carriages, Up-to-Date Buggies and OLD HICKORY WAGONS. Pratt, Gilbert & Co. AGENTS, 30-34 SOUTH FIRST STREET. Headaches and Eyestrain. STREET heal estate, INSURANCE AND LOANS. lflBUJt&fltfi AKU LUANS. 50. 26 South Second Avenue, YNv BUILDING. 4 O o o o o o o o IS- always true. Scoville still bulk of the plumbing and in this neck of the woods. ; t ne nus Lite iaigeL sluck. anu me iriosi skilled workmen. It naturally follows that his work is the best. lie figures on any kind of a job. It's ab.iut time to look into your plumbing needs for BETTER SER SCO- 1 ftcyi : ' The Scoville Plumbing Co., 114 W FST ADAMS STREET, GAS RANGES i PHOENIX LIGHT AND FUEL CO. YOUR MONEY'S "WORTH EVERY TIME la what you get when purchasing yo? foods at this store. Good weight,- high quality and low price has made F. Grtebel's the purchasing center (or the thrifty and for those who appreciate superior grades of coffees, teas, canned goods, cereals, flour and meats. "Lira and let live" la our motto and we live up to It. FRANK GRIEBEL, Tel. 48. 818-320 W. Washing-ton St. Many who for years have r'.iff.red intensely from chronic sick headache, using drugs'of all kinds without -benefit, have f' und immediate and per manent relief in properly adjusted glafscs, becausv eye strain was th cause. We remove the cau.-e and uur cure is lasting. Kxamination free. Satisfaction guaranteed. : DR. GEO. B. PRATT Arlieca's leading; Oct!s.l2,--Telephone it f ori Hotal Eiook,