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THE AETSOUA REPUBLICAN TUESDAY MOHimm, 9EPTEMBEE 11, 1900.
S Marvelous Military Spectacle The Battle Juan The Fireworks King's Masterpiece. Phoenix Park, Sepetember 24-25. 10,000 feet of Realistic scenery 1 300 Performers E Gigantic Out-door Stage. Most thrilling battle scene depicted, followed by ever PAIN'S $1,000 Fireworks Display, Program Changed Each Mght. e MEXICAN INDEPENDENCE DAY. lebralion at Congress. Ariz.. Septem ber 15, 10 and 17. Fur the above occasion we will sell on dates named, round trip tickets at single fare, trains leaving 8:15 a. m.. city timo. K. W. G1LLETT. General Agent. Phoenix is the Best 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 chuiches, 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 n:urning 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 ftel 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 filled. DAVIDSON'S CASH lJ BARGAIN ST0RL Fir Door Kurt of Potoe. Telephone No. 236 Three rings. ten Jrlsce to Inlo In Arliuua. PAIN' of OP TJ1M PHOENIX WEATHER. The following weather Conditions pre vailing In Phoenix yesterday were re- j parted by the United State? weather Dureau: 5:30 turn. 1:30 p.m. . ...29.SI 2!.T4 ....TO !I4 nr. 2 90 US 70 70 sr. 12 . . . . K W 6 7 Clear. Cl.ar. fl'ironi. pressure .. T ill. dry liulii Tom. Wi t bulb .... Tern, maximum ... Ti in. minimum ... Kel. humidity .... Wind, direction ... Wind, velocity . . . Statw of weather . THE SWOLLEN' OIL.A. Person' who came in from the south .yesterday morning said that the Gila at the crossing was three feet deep. KILLED A BE A II. C. J. Bush Killed a bear within two hundred yards of the Catallna Copper Mining com pany's camp in the Santa 4'atalina mountains. A NEW ROAD DISTRICT. The board of supervisors was in regular weekly session yest-rday. The only business not routine was the establish ment of a mad district in the Arling ton country and the opening of a road on a township line. S. P. EATING HOrSKS. It is re ported that Dr. (i. K. Goedfellow, fo--merlv of Tucson and weli known u'l ! over Arizona, will in a few weeks as ' sump the management of the Southern ! Pacific railr ad eating houses between j El Paso and Los Angeles. AN EXPRESSION OF THANKS. The committee on decoration of the Dorris theater for the republican coun ty convention held last Saturday de sire to thank Mr. G. H. Smith, the j capitol garden. r. for his generous do nation i.f plants on that occasion. F ROB ATE COI'RT. H nry T. t'hap mnn yesterday filed a petition In pro bate court for lett.rs of administration on the estate of Henry Chapman. The hearing of an application by J. M. Evans, Jr., for letters of guardianship of his m. ther. Teresa Jane Evans, was continued until September 14. A GIRL. Charles Williams reported last night that Sunday was a day of supreme importance to him, as it i marked the arrival of a'i eleven pound ! girl at his house. He thinks it is a I sure sign that McKinley and Roosevelt i will be elected and that prosperity will continue -at least four years longer. PROFIT ON A VACATION. Messrs. Emll Hurler. Frank Lapley and Isaac Dana and family, of Mesa, were in Phoenix yesterday, after a six w;eks' camping trip near Preseott. The party combined pleasure with business and the men. cut wo. d and sold in Preseott enough to pay all expenses and leave a handsome profit besides. CITY EQUALIZING BOARD. The city council met yesterday as a board of equalization, but no business com ing before it an adjournment was taken until tonight. After the transaction of business as a cily council it will re solve itself into a board of equalization and be prepared to h-ar reasons why too high a valuation was placed on ciitain properties. A PRESCOTT FIRE. A report that another fire had broken out in Preseott alarm d Phoenix yesterday, though it was not imagined that the last confla I sralion had left many buildings to be burned. Some one here was trying to eonv.nunkate by telephone with the sheriff's office there. The reply came bac k, "They're all out fighting the fire and there is no water." It was learned later that only an isolated frame dwell ing house was destroyed. DREW ON HIS IMAGINATION. A. I C. Potter, a colored bootblack, was ar I rested last night for having had a frau dulent $ check cashed. He presented the check, drawn on the National Bank of Arizona. The holder of it learned yesterday that Potter was unknown at the bank. It was not within the recol lection of the oldest attache of the bank that Potter had ever had an account there and he certainly had none at the lime he flashed the check. DEER CREEK COAL FIELDS. Pr feasor William Phillips of Pitts burg, who re.ffltly visited the Deer Creek coal flelSs, has submitted a r. -port in which he says the result of his investigations lead him to beli ve that good steam and coking coal is to be Toilet Soap Just Received The finest toiU t soap ever sold for the money, 25c box of three cakes. See 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 and have them compounded accurately. THOMAS' DRUG STORE. 340 C. WASHINGTON ST. on't from your memory the fact that the Phoenix Stationery and News Co. are wholesale and retail dealers in School Hooks, School Furniture and supplies of all kinds. We are pleased to furnish School Trustees, Teachers and Schol ars with everything necessary for the school room in large quanti'ties at prices as low as the lowest. Tie Phoenix Stationery S News Co 10 and 12 w". Washington St. Telephone 207. Blot "He is Wise Who Talks But Littler This is only a half truth. If wise men had held their tongues, we should know nothing about the circulation of the blood. If it were not for this advertisement you might never know that Hood's Sarsaparilla is the greatest medicine in the world to purify and enrich your blood, create an appetite, give you strength and steady nerves. Impure Blood "Mycomplexiontoas bad. Hood" s Sarsaparilla. did much good by purifying my blood. SMy skin is now dear. ' ' cAnnie D. McCoy, Walsontcrwn, Pa. M00d6 SaUafyauft is Hoofljs rnre liver ills; the non-irritating and only cathartic to take with Hood's tiarsapariliC found in that field. It will require a hood deal of money to decide the ques tion positively, for a number of l- re holes must firs', be put down and t shaft sunk on the coal to d teiinine :h ? quality in depih. ARIZONA AGRICI'LTCRISTS. A meeting of the executive committee f the Arizona Agricultural association is to be held in the local office of the weather bureau this aft. moon at 2:::0 for the purpose of beginning work on the arrangements for the next annual meeting. The association hopes to make this cming meeting, which c urs October T.i and ?0. the ! st y. t held. THH STORAGE COMMITTEE. Assistant Secretary Chapman of the water storage committee has just pre pared for fioe diminution a card giv ing the list of committee members and the canals a.nd sections they repr sent. Also a list of all standing committees, and the day and hour of meeting of the general committee. The card is very handy to have and any one inter ested In the water committee's work can appreciate its value as a ready reference card. AN IMPORTANT .MEETING. The gi neral eonmiiti.ee on water st.aiie will hold Its regular meeting this m-jrn-Ing at 10 o'clock in the hoard of uade room, and any one Interested in th water question is invited to be pres ent. Much work 'has already been done by the different sub-committees and at today's m. eting the result of their work will be reported. The executive committee is meeting almost daily and in a very short i!m- the rep'.-t or th i: work wiil be ready f. r the public. MI'TI'AL THANKS. Dtring th? convention held at the Dorris theater last week Mr. Dorris endeared himself to the reporters, who in the prevailing excitement forg.it to mention it. and to the ladles of the a.uiiences. by causing pitchers of ice water t i be passed around at bri- f int. rvals. Mr. Dorris alto desired af:er the convention on Saturday night to convey his thanks to the delegates and other? in attendance that day for the considerati n shown him by not leaving the house in a dirty and unpresentable condition. THE SOUTHERN DELEGATIONS. The advance guard of the southern delegations to the convention tomorrow came in at Midnight on a special. There were Dr. F. A. Swiet. R. A. Packard and K. W. Land of Cochise: Burt Orrdorff. A. U. B- rnard and J. R. Finley ot Pima, and Senator Eugene S. Ives . f Yuma. Messrs. Bernard and Finley were aecompanie.l by their wives. The Pima d-legation bore a beautiful red silk banner bearing the words. "Smith and Statehood.' The rest of the southerners will arrive on the regular train this morning, though a few belated on' s will probably come in tomorrow. SHOOTING AT AGFA CALIENTE. Word was brought to the city yester day i f an affray at Agua Caliente in which Professor J. D. James, a school teacher there, .-hot at a man named North three times, on. shot taking ef- lect. The only particulars accompany ing the story were that North wa- not seiiously wovnded and that the pro fessor hnd been ai rested and promptly discharged. Professor Jame s, wh is as badly crippl.d as a man can he and make a living, resided in Phoenix sev eral years, was ei:i:if"ied with the city schools during the greater part of his residence and was regarded as a very successful t acher. He was not a quarrelsome- person and so Car as is known never had any trouble while he lived here. Order your fall suits early. Our first consignment of fall and winter goods has arrived. II. G. Feekings, Mer chant Tailor, S3 N. 1st Ave. You can always please a woman by accounting for her husband's sickness by saying that she feeds him too well. WE ARE SIILL SELLING MAJESTIC GAS LAMPS For $2.75 Including a '1 pourtd can of carbide. This is a reduction of CO cents from the old price and you can't sffbrcl to miss the opportunity to get the best lamp made at such a price. m. L ANDREWS & SON 28-30 N. First Avenue. . APPLES A carload of the choicest Watsonville Mock jut received. BELLE FLOWERS. FGALL PIPPfN'S. HE D WINTER PEARMAINS. Special prices in quantities to the trade. NOW ARRIVING BLACKBERRIES. FANCY PLFMS. M AM'MOT H Mt'SCAT and BLACK GRAPES. CLING and FREESTONE PEACH ES. RIPE PEARS. BANANAS. 'BLEAGJdED CELERY. FANCY HEAD LETTUCE. VERDE HUBBARD SQUASH. PRESCOTT CABBAGE. WAX. LIMA and STRING" DEANS. ASPARAGUS. BELL PEPPERS. Pome prime old Li."iiburger and Im port1! Swiss Cheese just in. PERSONAL MENTION; A. J. Hansen of Kyrene is registered at the Commercial. Mark A. Smith of Tucson is a guest of the Commercial hotel. J. V. 'unnicigham of Abilene. Tex., is a guest nf the Commercial hotel. Attorney General C. F. Ainsworth has returned from his trip to the coast. o. L. Gear of Congress Junction, reg is. ered at the Hotel Adams yesterday. Mis. F. O. Knifton of Santa Barbara. Mexico, is registered at the Commer cial hotel. Major James H. MeClintock and wife returned home yesterday morning from their summer's visit in Northen Ari zona. W. i. Pendleton, who has suffered a long illness at the Sisters' hospital, is again able to be at his desk in the S. F. P. & P. office. A. P. Shewnr.an came down from Mesa last night to meet his family, whom he expected to return from the as: on the S. F. P. & V. train. THE CITY SCE00L A Much Better Display of Interest Than Attendance. The city schools were op, red yester day. The attendance was not so much greater than on . the fi-sc day, but there was a marked increase in tlvs in terest manifested by bo.h pupils and parents many of whom accomnani d thtir children to the schools to see if they could hold the places in the grades to which they had been nat urally advanced or for which they were taking examinations. There was r." u startling change in the person:: i i!' teachers in any of the sch . o!s. r- . fessor K. C. Bunch has succeeded . I 'i - fessor McNeff as principal of the West f.nd. and in the Fast Knd Professor G. I. Kerr succeeds I'rofi ssor C. O. Case, who has been transferred to the high school. In most of ihe .-chools there have been improvements calculated to in crease the comfort of Ihe nunils. though there is one thing the trustees forgot about the Central building an extensive bic ycle rac k. Probably 150 of Ihe pupils take bicycles' to school with them. They are leaned against the l-. il.iing or any oth.r support, piled up. sometimes a dozen deep, if they were taken away in the same order in which they are placed there it would be all right, but that is something not to be xpec ted. A boy after his wheel throws uown every one on top of it with the cn-tain residt that they will be disfig ured and the prooability that some will be damag d or broken. There is the old complaint of lack of room at the Central building. The enrollment yesterday, and it will be largely increased within the next day or two and still more largely with il. the next thie week:-, f' r many if the pupils are returning lat r than usual from their summ : vacation, was as foil ws: Central building: F.ighth grade rTT-H 7TT-1T mS. .4U 4 LINEN -MESH 5 $ UNDERWEAR A Porous Linen having the advantage over all other fab rics of absorbing moisture and eliminating it .quickly; will provide for a dry climate around your body, hence will enable us to stand extremes of heat and coid with compara tive comfort. Having further property 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. Samples on appli cation. & McuougaMiage Company. 3 Exclusive Furnishers. 2! 4" Next Door to Santa Fe Ry. Office "E 2- WHAT NEXT? SCHOOL SHOES! WE CARRY THE STOCK TO PLEASE YOU. H. A. DIEHL SHOE CO., Na3W'SS FOR RENT 160 Acres Under Buckeye Canal. Inquire for Special Terms: Weirick & Latham 32 N. First Ave You Can Own Your Home Now... Five Room Brick House Furnished for ------ 5,000 Weirick & Latham 32 N. First Ave. LARGESTe Rental Agency in Arizona. List Your Houses and F r Lent With Weirick & Latham I 32 N. First Ave. Teachers, Professor J. C. Cole and Miss Anne Perlev, 68: West seventh. Miss Laura robl. 2fi; Ea-'t "Vi,c' h. Pro fens..r "W. II. Lee. tiS; North sixth. Miss Carolyn Potter. "0: Sou ill sixth. Miss Maud Douglas. .'A: fifth and sixth. Miss Nellie Taylor, tir.t North firth. Miss Ida Warr.ii. 4': South fifth. Miss Mar guerite 'Williams, -t'j: fourth. Miss Mattle Reed. ."4; third. Miss Allit Gray.. "9: second. M!;s Kate Christy, 2. : East first. Miss Ada K.-Ily, 44: West llrst. Miss Ethel Orme. 3S; total. 524. West End Fourth grade. Professor E. C. Bunch. .10: third. Mi:." LsCl.ance. 4t: second. Miss Hancock. first Mi?s Cohn. 61: total. 160. Fast End Fourth grade. Professor I G. R. Kerr, 29: third grao. .Viss I.'xrly. 40: second grade. Miss Bury. "0; first grade. Miss Woolf. r.8: total. l.'.T. Five Points Third and fourth grades. Miss Dysart, 22: first and second grades. Mrs. Sheldon. total. fi5. The total number of pupils in the grammar schools, S!t(j. The enrollment in the high school is 11:1. The h!gh school teac hers are Pro i ssor George Blount. Frederic k Breeze, Herman Kramer and C O. Case, and Misses Kathryn 'Wells and Marian Cul ver. ' o INDIANS RAID CAMP. Roving Apaches Cause Trouble in New Mexico. j Santa Fe. N. M.. Sept. in. A band of Indians raided a cowboy camp just be low the border of Oid Mexico yesterday. The men in the employ of the Oid and New Mexico Ranch and Cattle company and the Diamond A company estab lished a camp two miles south of the line in Plyas valley on Tuesday. Five cowboys ieft the camp with the horse herd to obtain water some miles away and when they returned found the camp in great confusion, all the food supplies being stolen and everything about the place being scattered. Two new hats were smashed and new boots met a like fate. The camp chest was broken open and the marauders de stroyed the contents and polluted the box. The marauders are supposedly a remnant of the Apache s under the lead ership of the notorious Kid Albough. although it is possible that they belong to the Vacjui tribe. There will be a meeting' of the newly appointed republican county central committee at D iris hall Wednesday. September 12, at H 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. E. HINTON. It's climbing hills before they come j to them that makes some people tired. 1 PALACE OF FASHION! To Prove is to Convince. I l 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. Before ordering your clothes give us a call and convince yourself. A. MENDELSON FINE TAILORING. I F1T1FR IN S STYLE, QUALITY uadck in and LOW- PRICES II6W. Washington St Near P. u. iA SNAP 4 Fine paying business on Wash ington Street, or will take in v partner. Capital required $1,500 L to $2,500. See me Quick. j i i i J. ERNEST WALKER, NOTARY PUBLIC. 'Phone .HIBBAKD HAVE YOU g TRIED for renovating frames, wood work latestthingOU TALBOT & -why COFFEE AL'S SO WELL BECAUSE: !Wa serve more Heals and neat more trae-sts. Are morJ funoxs Ss3 Coffee, Meats, Salads and Pastry. Ars the oldest Restaarant people In the tlty nlc yrs la ti fes luesa). Bars Cold Storage and Steam. Are up to date In eTerytsUjf. ICE CREAM WHOLESALE AND EETAIi.. The Same Sweet Story SEE THE NEW 5 Pattern for 1900. JUST RECEIVED. Two Carloads of Fine Carriages, Up-to-Date Buggies and OLD HICKORY WAGONS. I Pratt, Gilbert & Co. $ AGENTS, 30-34 SOUTH FIRS"1" STREET. ' Headaches and Eyestrain. i STREET REAL E STATE, INSUEANCE AND LOANS. 50. 36 South Second Avenue. BUILDING. 7 e Q furniture, picture or floors? It ia the t wears 1 i ke i ron . HUBBARD is - RESTAURANT I KNOWM? E: ft JAPALAC 1 but it is always true. Scovilie still does the bulk of the plumbing and steam fitting in th:s nec k of the woods. He has the largest stoc k and the most skilled workmen. It naturally follows that his work is the best. lie figures on any kind of a job. It's ah-.u; time to look into your plumbing needs for the winter. UETTEIt SEE s'i -VILLE. 4 The Scovilie Plumbing Co., 114 WEST ADAMS STREET, GAS PHOENIX LIGHT AND FILL CO. YOUR MONEY'S WORTH EVERY TIME Is what you get when purchasing yor foods at this store. Good weight, his'a quality and low prices has made F. Griebel'? the purchasing center for the thrifty and for those who appreciate superior grades of cofTeea, teas, canne-i goods, cereals, flour and meats. "Lire and let live" ia our motto and we lire cp to It. FRANK GRIEBEL, Tel. 43. 318-2ZO W. Washington St. Many wn f.ir y-a rs suflT. r- I intonseJy from -h r-r.ii- sirk hea-la' h usinR- d.-iiirs. of .ill kinI. v:- h i:t b-n-t tit. hiiv1 f nii'L imaie iiure aii'i i t niaiifin r- !i f ia prK-r!y a-ljuMi la.- s.. s. In i -a us- ry;- strain was th? cause. AW ivmovt ihe rau-t anl to (hip euro is lasting. Kxanuna:iin fret. ' Satisfaction Kiiara n t .. DR. GEO. B. PRATT Arii-ona'a LnarJiuv Cvtfct&n. Telepboue 299. Ford Hotel Bloc, j Si