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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN; TTTTJTSDAY !IOT?iniTG, SEPTEMBER 13, 1000.
PAIN'S Marvelous Military Spectacle The Fireworks King's Masterpiece. Phoenix Park, Sepetember 24-25. 10,0C0 feet of Realistic scenery j 300 Performers! j Gigantic Out-door Stage. Mist thrilline battle scene g ever depicteJ. followed by $1,000 Fireworks Display. Program Changed Each Night, I is real cruel to publish Bass Cro ker's remarks made last January in favor of holding hard ..n'.o the Philip pines. That is. it would be cruel if a I'ttl- thing like . ating his own remarks made any particular difference ta him. The idea of holding Or..kor tt;i 'a . il " Hm1 ni' consistent stait-smatiship is too j fanny far anything. Huston lb rat. I. is Best America Considering its age, its population and what it has accomplished. Our people g ins away eac h 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 it ants, with fine schools and churches, electric lights and street cars, in the midst of a valley made rich and ver dant by irrigation, lias 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 ft el 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 anil look our line over. It will surely pay you. Mail orders promptly filled. 4VIDS0N'S CASH BARGAIN ST0RL FIT Doors East of PoiroflBim. Telephone Xo. 236 Three rings. XiWbKH i late to li&de In Arlso'jis. T- Z J- - - W T . . y io xtiw .r4- 4 5 . Battle I S of I 1 OOE1 I P3 MSB jr H B 9 . 1 PAIN'S Town , 1 "cS'";--- y op tii a PHOENIX WEATHER. The following w. alhr-r Conditions pie bailing in Phoenix yesterday were re ported by tlie United S'.ate? weather bureau: 5:30 a.m. 6:30 p.m. . ....M.S.: j'.i.Tn t!ti !!.". ....! in it; iihi ....Hi! t:i L'l M NK XW .... '2 li .... II ! Bar.. in. pros-nrc . : Tom. dry I 1 1 1 1 .. . ! 'I" 111. H I t 1:11.1) . . . in. maximum .. 'rem. minimum . . Itil. )i u in ili t v ... Wind, direct ion . . Wind, velocity . . I Pi i cipitatioii ... . Stat of weather . Clear. Cf ar. THE LAST WEEK. The swimming baths at the park, which have afforded so much pleasure to the stay-at-homes the past summer, will ( lose this week. WaSSOX WITHDRAWS. J. Curtis Wasson. who was nominated at the re publican county convention for super intendent of schools, has withdrawn his name from the ticket. His sii' eessor has not yet been selected. POSTi-O RA DCATE COPESE. Ey lnan K. Bennett, son of Mr. E. (. Ben nett, will leave in a few days for Orch ard Lake academy. Orchard Lake. Mic h., when he will take up work in a post-graduate course. Mr. Bennett was a graduate in last June's class. TO FORM AN ELEVEN' Tnis even ing, at the Athletic club, a meeting will he held for the purpose of organizing a football team. A number of players of former repute have stirred up consid eiable enthusiasm and it is believed an excellent tlevon can be formed. COI'KT prsiNKSS. in the probate court. ester lay. in rh. matter of the estate of Margaret McDowell, a minor, an order was issued authorizing J. I). Robinson, guardian, to withdraw th" bond of record and file a new bend. The bond was filed and approved. An inventory or ihe t state of Ckas A. Harper was filed. MDOWELL A RRE-'TED Admirers of Melbourne McDowell, who appeare 1 here last winter with Blanche Walsh at the Dorris theater, will be in errs el to learn that he was arrested s:eral days ago in New York, charged with having cruelly treated his wife, who alleges that since thtir marriage in June he has repeatedly beaten hi r. HASREEXS WILL PLAY. Several weeks ago a number of the former lights in baseCali began piactice pre liminary to a gam - with the IKMur.d team. The urgent demands of poihi, s called most of the players f'oin aetiv praetice and deferred the game. Til" latter part of the month the Has beens" will resume preparations alii practice daily. C,i ioDKICH-JONKS. Mr. B. Brigss Goodrich of this i ity and Miss Annie Lee Jones of Pittsburg. Pa , were mar ried at 1:"0 o'clock yi sterday at the Van Xuys hotel in Los Angeles. The gror.n-. has lived hi-re since childhood, and is an e.-limablo young man. The bride s)ient last winter in Phoenix. Tile best wishes of many friends will attend them. HORSES AltK Si'ARCE. Probahly nt'V.r in the history of this valley have go id h. r.-vs been so ha:! to find as at pit stilt. A liveryman said last evening that the belter classes of horses are worth twice as much as four years ago. I Ills lact is doubtless attributable to the various late wars, the enlargement and equipment of many armi. s and th decline of the bicycle as a vehicle of pi. asure. v g XKW LIBRARY BOOKS. Til purchasing committee , f the Phoe nix Library association has or i ::! d the following new hook to be placed on the shelves: "The Pride of jtnnico," "Seats of the Mighty," "A Friend of Caesar." "The Farringdons." "Th Reign of Law." "The Redemption f David Corson." 'Philip Winwood," "Monsiei r Reai'iairo." "Boy." "Sen ator Xorth." "Diana Ttrnpest," "Fro" "Sons of Morning." HOOKER WAS WISE. It is not often that confidence men play with fire by attempting their wiles on poli.-e officers, and Chief Hi Hooker of the lo cal force has enjoyed the rather un usual distinction of having been tri -d on a clever little game. In another column of this issue is a story of how Shtriff White, of Cochise, foiled the Toilet Soap Just Received The finest toih t soap ever sold for the money, 25e 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. lliOMAS' DRUG STORE. 70 C. ST. If you want something nice EN STATIONERY you should seethe fine line of embossed box paper just received by the Tfee Phoenix Stationery Mews Co IO and 12 W. Washington St. Telephone 207. "Do Net Grsspzt theSh zdow and Lose ihe Substance. Many people are but shadows cf their former selves; due to neglect of health. Look out for the blood, the fountain of life, the actual substance ; keep that pure by regular use of Hood's Sarsaparllla and ro bust health ivill be the result. DyspepsU, weakness, and other 'wor ries iviil be things of Hie past and life luill be ivorth living. Hacking Cough "Iwas troubled tviih dry, liekir.j coutjh. One bottle of Hood's Sarsap.viUj. helped me and three bottles cured me and made me strong." George W. Bcnr.-:m, Coolspring, Del. 3lOG&& 3aUaf)a)Uia flood's ViMs f-irp !iv(r U)w :tho n.n-ii rii:ttintr and "only CittlKiVUO l" T:ike with 1I.ioTa i-.trs;t j.Hrillii. i same kind of an att nipt. Chief Hook er had a slnii'ar b-tter sent him a f w days ;i;-'i rind is engaged in rnn;t':iui l.iiing I'.ir.-iS' !f of his supply of wisdom. awa!:ii:: .mail ooxtuact. on Tu. . Jay J.. V.. Ambr se r.ciived from War iiin:;:,, n a n Hiika i i;.n of the award t i him if the c ..nlract foriarry ing the mail t i Cf'.v Creek. He will . n-t..-:' tipn his dati 'S a: once. FEW COMPLAINTS MADE. The city hoard of equalization commenced its .-i . sion Merc-ay and will h ! ! "I.s j next m .ting t :n ,rr .'x evening at 7:.!') ; o'c! k. at th. i uy hail. Bui very few ' c unpltiiins upoii as.-'f ssio jnTs have J bet n ir.a !e. The beard will h ar objee i liens until Septt inker 2-1. a x::wspapi:i WRITER. Mrs. i Joseph 1 7 1 1 1 . oit. i ho has be. n i-- i.ir.g !.;r hfsband's rekitives in the ' e st iluring the summer .retui nc 1 lm o(. j Wednesday. Miss Mary E. O'Connor. !. r si; :. r. accompanied hi r home. Miss I ''. nnor is a writi r on the Chicago Times-lit raid, and comes to sp nd h-r I va.-atii n with h. r parents. Mr. and -Mrs. James O'Connor. Order your fall suits early. Our first i consignment of fall and winter goods- lias arrived. H. G. Feekings, lift- j ciiam. iaiiur,3...-siAvp. I PE.IS0MAL MENTION. riz.. I Jam.-.-; W. Fiake of S. is at til i 'oir.mt reiai. T. L. Siivit" o- Pi-.s. '. ii'u the e :i t ii ,n 1 - wtlak.- t is mixing j m. .ura".a;ns. mi:i i .-.i:-. :--.-oo, ii'io i ' Jv.-ph l!aSt-.n. Mo., are ui :ho C iii- I . m- reial. Dfpttiy Sheriff A.' A. J..;-,r,y . f Pres e.ot is in the city alter, iing lite c n- eiui .11. 1.. D. CpeJand 1 ft last night for a oiiol- -:' weeks' stay in ? !.-niai'i: h i.:i business. W. B. P.i-epliy. manager ..;' the Cop I r yw n company's :-t r at I'.irb. -. is ia t!i-' ' :y. a gin st of the II 1 Adams. R. M. I.ii'g and J. V. eo of Prs- . -.-it. '. A. Bonvlui .1' t'.i-iip Yer.l . ar.d Henry I).'i:i of Ki!i;;in;m. ar at tiie Hotel Adams. -Mr. Batty It. Tikie wi'l leave to lay ! for i'ris- o't f -r a i-ir with ids wife, i ! Mrs. Ttitie and ::u will letini to Pho - I . nix in about a Week. j H. Yt'illiam :-;t-vt-::s, ni.iiiager of tiie; Trilby and Reih- g -i 1 mii.es. neoi-j J V'i!-!:":iburg. i.- ia i h .- city doing p -'i- I Be is at lie- it .:. ! Adams. j P.J. Dolecintv .f B -its m. W. li. j P. aseii if Fi-ir.r.ce. ca.i K. Hadley of; Sara ton. an I G t g W. Sanders an i I T-. L. Gibson of Mori i 1 wi": ai -i at th-1 ('eenrr.ercial. Sol 1. 1 y is a re.-. :u arrival fr oro ev cr .Ciovo b.tu-e.n I Mv. er atnl El Paso. Bo is not f. i- l..r his ".-a:, a. eit.i.-r. bat simply t i l.nk after tie- spirit ua v-eifare Af his li nds. Mr. Karirw Ycager. ho has been o-i.,,r . ... !-;.- r..;-...,.- o iol.o-- ; e.-.s in tlis- vicinity of Fiag .aff. f -r j st viral months arrive. i at hi- home j near Ten: p.- several totys ago. j Ualp'.i li. r. sin of Wiliam i M l.-3,-i-. is .-.ending a f-w days m-iv b-f ire his r. turn t Yale. He has been at tiie C 'p t.i miae. ia Sen MtXie i. for ti f ,v -.vt-eks. and a - -o.npatiied his father on his l. -title t.i Phoenix. Am ng tH-: gie .-:s of tio- c inniereja! :t.;.r:'ay w. re M. J. Ntnr in. Yuma. R. P. E.-trada. Ta.-s n: S. B. claypoo! cv finonooc-i) "S Jtm A. S SB :;'.:s-y : . '. .1,- Cfe. .':'e.'::';jn - . l i'.4-;.--:- - . M ii & c& DEIMEL 5 .go eg-: LINEN-MESH .UNDERWEAR r$? Tin- ideal Fr.d. rwtar for wear in Arizona climate. ft-?- Pi-t --rits. th skin from b - Mining ov. rs nsitivo, thus 1 a tifylag you again.-t sud ei n e!ia!v,s in temperalure. j Mail - in every stle of gar- .'Aj m- t.t for MEX. WOJiEX. I'll ILL-REX. Advise u.s an.'. lph-s will be submitted. e-. :- : rv ; P 4 iMcDoi!galGoge Company. 13 exclusive n urnishers. ,-i G,- N'ext boor to t.-iintii. Kc Uy. Office V 4PPLLS A carload of the choicest Watsonville Stock just received. BELLEFLOWEItS. PC. ALL PIPPINS. BE DWINTER PKAUMAIXfL Special prices in quantities to the trade. NOW ARRIVING BLACK 1IFIM tl ES. FANCY . FBI MS. MA.M'.MOTII MI'SCAT and BI.Ai'K CRAPES. CLINC and FR 1 UOSTON 1C PEACH ES. PIPE PEARS. BAXAXAS. RLEACHKD CELERY. FANCY" HEAD LETTUCE. YERDE HI'BBARD SQUASH. 1'IIKsi 'i ITT CABBAOE. WAX. LIMA and STRING BEANS. ASPARACFS. BELL PEPPERS. Some prime old Limbiirger and Im ported Swiss Cheese just in. and W. F. P.awlings. Crlobe; E. E. El linwood. Flagstaff: C.. E. Truman, M M. Hi key a.: l E. B. De ire. Fl neiier: W. E. Jon. s. M. T. Wt bb and B. 11. Clark of Graham eoury, and A. W . H. we .f Bislve. All are democrats and know what they ar.- hero for. At the Hon: Adams yesterday were J. P. J,: :-?.. Williams: T. P.. Davis. J. !.i. Hoeker. J .seidi llohljs. J. L. Mu.nl.? and II. D. Ross. Pivroott: W. S. Ad- ams. Je;-,.me: C. II. A'illiams, San Francisco: S. E. Hazzar.l. Tiffnn. and Mrs. Y. 1.. Warn n. Stat; . Wash. I n j BUSY AT EISBEE ; ; Governor Tells of Prosperity in the j Southwest. Governor Murphy returned yesterday from a brief visit to Ris'uee and other points in the southwest part or the i t":-ruoj-y. Th- vei n. ir v. greatly I:n ii.i-essed vitii th-- atn oi ::t of business row being don.- m : nat vicinity. "P, old- in other jiarts of A:-i7 ir.o. have Mil) c. inception of thi- big imam that is Oou n ther in the south," said the iexeeative. ia: eoret,",-. -t j.isoe, j.a i-iMo v!y. ore many t 'id-nces of prosperity. Tiie: e a re a'o nit l.iee -in employed in tile Cojiper gin-en n-.iao. and I was then- on pay day wh. n near ly Sliil.reo u-as .iis,ri'oi::i-d. Bo-iness of all kinds in l-iso.-e couid not well be better. The town is growing rapi'ly and iiS oming mi-tr ip..li--,-i airs. It claims a population of ..; i-i ami s the census re port will only show about -Lima the I'.i-di, e people will ask a recount. Prob ably tie- sar...-; indication -f ihe favor able coiidiii. -r.s in that sect! m is in the bidding of railroads. The contractors on th.- line being buiit south Trotn ' bee to Xaco and then into Mext, e. ..: pushi:m the w.ai; rapidly and . i soon have th." line completed. The r. . I it- s -vtii'ty milts ia length and it is said lh:u i: :iy be coiuintMl lo El Pas , and coiint-:t witii the Ro.-k Islin-I. in cas tin proposed plan of the v:etision west of ihat tint: is foiio.ved out. The new road from M :r. r.ci to Guthrie intertsled me greatly. It will open up a way to t'.ie rich ir.:ms there, and is probably the forerunner of various lin -s into that district. Tiie building of the road was I certainly a dillh-ult f-.-at of engineering. B twists like a snake in and out of th" h.ills. and in its in-liiiiis cross s itself five times." ; 1'AIN'S Fl REWORKS The fireworks at th- fo.it of the mon Itment w.-re remarkably tine. Rerdde the regultifion b mbs. rockets and show-. i-b of col -.red stars from a- rial mint's. 'I here wr- some distinct novel iks in the litis of parachute fireworks ihat floated burning through the air like chains of v: : i-c-d 'ired stars. Cleveltind l'lain l'-i'-i-,. no the inau gural. The Whit-- House was 'it up with a gorgeous tli-play or fin tvorks. which greatly inter- st-d ail t:- members if the !'e-w ti Iminit-tration. as well as :hoi.-"antls of others who saw ihein. Philadelphia Record. Thousands witnessed the fireworks on the Whit lot near the Washington monument. It was one of the liaest displays, ever witn'-ssod. Hartfotd (Conn.) Times. Fireworks spout, d from one end of bill Island, and in conclusion a pyro technic (lag was carried up a thou sand feet in'o th" air and touched offi. Philadelphia American. WE ARc SflLL SELLING LUE5TIC GAS LAMPS For $2.75 Including a 2 pound can of carbide. This 13 a reduction of Ct0 cents from the old jrice and you can't afford to niifs the opportunity to get the best lamp made at such a price. EluiMowsTsoN 28-30 ISI. First Avenue. WBLrVT NEXT? SCHOOL SijOES! WE CARRY THE STOCK TO PLEASE YOU. H. A. DIEHL SHOE CO., NO-3 w- row RCNT 160 Acres Under Buckeye Canal. Inquire for Special Terms: VVcirick & Lai ham i Sa N. First Ave. j You Can Own Your Home Now... Five Boom Brick House Furnished for ------ $1000 V eirick & Latham 32 N. Fiist Ave. LARGEST... Rental Agency in Arizona. List Your Houses and Ror-hs F i r.dnt With ll Wefrsck& Latham 32 N. First Ave. CHAMPIOX AL XE1L. Disiocaltd Jack Moffat's Should- : in 1 San Francisco. I San Francisi was given the i full of Chi.-ag-'JNtminy Itj-an ! .-, S-.-pt. l-'.- Al X. il lecision over Jack Mof ia the third rojnd. f .ised 1 1 1 go on beca use Jbiffat was overw ei'-rht. Neil was sub stituted tor Ryan and ia th third ound he struck Moffat on the shoulder and dislocated h. The light wa stopped and Neil given the decision, and announced as the eh.impi n mid dleweight of the world. A I.OXE HIGHWAYMAN". Holds l"p a Train and Secur s Thousand Dollars. One Denver. Col.. S.-p i. 12. West bound j passenger No. :!. on the Burlington road, v as held up by a lone robber at Haigloek. Neb., last night. He con- fined his operations to two sleeping cars ami secured Jl.aiMl in. money and I valuables from the male passengers, leaving the women unmolested. CELEBRATING FRONTIER DAY. Cheyenne. Wyo., Sept. BV Chr-y,--nti- i is entt naming one of the largest crowds in the history of the city, th attraction being the annual celebration of Frontier Day. which opened today! with the city in holiday attire aniB everyone prepared to enjoy the f-stivi-ti s. The leading featuns of the two i days' programme are the carnival pro- ! cession, band concerts, roping contests j and exhibitions of frontier sport, which i will be participated in by I'nited States ' icgulars. Indians and cow boys. 1 BG EXPEIil.MEXT. FARM. Xew Yoi k. Sept. l'l. Tile School of Practical Agriculture and Horticulture, which opened today at Briar Cliff Man or, is the largest undertaking in agri tultural education ever att-raptwl in this country and Ihe outcome of the exnerian-nt will be awaited with much interest. The school occupies a 4.."iti' acre farm, all of which is under the latest Foil ntific methods of culture. The plant includes a large herd of dairy calile. several hundred pigs, large breeding stock. 4.H"0 chickens, and a large number of sheep. There are also extensive greenhouses, orchards, and vegetable gardens. XOT EXVTREl.Y A ROI'XD. Mrs. Gont.h linoeetie .'i.l thut voinf- i i.ight ? Imogen: Impossible, mamma. (To h rself.) Physically impossible. The man who takes life easy is a dan ;. rous tiharactcr. PALACE OF FASHION To Prove is to Convince. We have corvlnced 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 eerges, 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. I FAT1FR IN STYLE, QUALITY LXADEK " t and LOW PRICES. 116 W, Vashinflton St., Near P. u. ;iTHE SNAP j ON WASHINGTON ST.t has been SOLD, but I have many others just as desirable on my list, J. ERNEST WALKER, o'-"-"l V5r '. NOTARY PUBLIC. 'Phone HIBEAED HAVE YOU TRIED for renovating furniture, picture frames, wood work or Floors? It ia the latest thing Out wears like iron. TALBOT & -WflY COFFEE AL'S RESTAURANT SO WELL KOWM? BECAUSE: !Ws serve more ileals and Beat more guentM. rs mora fs-msM fC9 Coffee, Meats, Salads and Pastry. Ar the oldest Restaurant people In the city Ynlns tmihi lm ta lness). iljivs Cold Storags siid Bteain. Are up to date tn cverrtUsj. ICE CREAM WHOLESALE ANT) KETAlli. The Same Sweet Story I SEE THE NEW Pattern for 1900. f 1 u iii-l tti fid M i!l'!i!i:!iii'!!VvsiSL6!L-svi 'lie' I wV- 1 ih"?- JUST RECEIVED. Two Carloads of Fine Jiuggies and OLD HICKORY WAGONS, j Pratt, Gilbert & Co. j U AGENTS, 30 - IS YOUR I CHILD DULL? ; x'.- 't- mm -. . ; .-ii: V S street INSURANCE AND LOANS. Wa. 50. 26 Sonth Second Avenue, VV BUILDING. 4 O o o Q o o HUBBARD 15- JAPALAC but it is always true. Seovilie still does the bulk cf the plumbing and steam lilting in this neck of the woods. He has tiie largest stock and the most skilled workmen. It naturally follows thai his work is the best. He figures on tiny kind of a job. It's about time to look into your plumbing1 needs for the winter. BETTER SEE SCO-YII.I.E. The ScoviHe Plumbing Co., 114 WEST ADAMS STREET. GAS RANGES PH0ENSX UGHT AND FEJtL CO. f YOUR MONEY'S W ORTH EVERY TIME Is what you get when purchasing your foods at this store. Good weight, high quaipy and low prices has made F. Criebel's the purchasing center for tha thrifty and for those who appreciate superior grarTes of coffees, teas, canned goods, cereal flour and meats. "Lira and let live" Is our motto and ws lira up to It- FRANK GRIEBEL, Tel. 48. 818-220 W. Washington Bt. Carriages, Up-to-Date 34. SOUTH FIRST STREET. Y u know he isn't: yet last year at sehool h. would fail behind in bin studies, tire; fault with his teacher ami iom" home with good xaist-s instead i f good rerwu-ts. It's just possib'e his . - s are a-: fault. 7.". per cent of all tch-.d children have tl -fective vision, whi.-h interferes with their moral, physical an I mental growl!:. It m gbt bt well for you to have us look 3t r.ii tits before school b, gins. 1 examine tiie eyes of children carefully and tub Vis..- the u.-e of glasses only when ,-:b-folui.'ly nec ssi'ry for your child's w 1 are. DR. GEO. B. FRATT Arisona'n Leactinir Otitic'na. Telephone Ford Hotel Block. J