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THE AIUZOjSTA REPUBLICAN: TnUBSDAT MORNING, SEPTEMBER 27, 190O.
SyruFigs Adrfearanrfy ' imdlbompty. Cleanses the System Gently and Effectually when bilious or costive. resents in tJie ixost acccptebb'oim the Jajrative principles of plants JcnoH'i to act most Lenefscialiy. TO GET ITS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS BUY THE GENUINE KANFL". BV CAL!FORN!AnOSTPJJPCO. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. LOUISVILLE , KY. NEW YORK. N.Y. for sale ty druggists price SOt per tor: NEWS AND GOSSIP OF OTHER LANDS Kiner Oscar has or.re :n,uv be. u sub iocted to a very st'V. ro -rub. It cay be menibered th.it l.i.-t spring when he cave expression in a I,ond m n.-w.-p.i-per to his warm' ic.mipeithii s for th; Knglish ani to his hop. s for the f at of the liners in the So .ij African war. The Swecdish ruMtv.-t ohirially repudi ated thes. views and pro-laimcd thit Oscar had made t i n i in his on pa ity as a priva:. individu.:! and not as l;i:ig of Norway a:id fweo,; . This time the snub e supreme cr.irt of F-.ve. d present year there hr.v. number of murders in ever hef re. and the p.i-- mee from the n. During the been a larger Pwe e .1, n than six weehs n.i less than eisht nu n fc.v been con demned to d.ath. In .'.oil' instance? Jic court, in sentencing ibe prisoners to death in accordance v. i i "-. the verdict of the jury, aided it re. :nm n.'e.;io:i 1.1 the m'T-y of -th'; cr wn. vhi-'i until then had alvavs b en regarded a- a commutation of toe .0:11 h penally to one of penal servitude fir iif. The prerogative of . 1. to the sown ign, by v ! warrants have to h. s';. rapit.-il pent; nee . f the executed. In the cp.se , murdereis recornmen.i Oscar decliii'-d to pay 'the recommend at ion. o ; been of a pa riiculariy Aetev. I!e signed the and the man wa exf . u m.'Kry !ielo:i::s on, all d. :;j a 1 b f .re -.'ve e-e:rl -an t- d to roe'ey. ly at t":i: i' -:i to th" cri'r.e bad e;o -iou : ( Itnr deata warrant id. On learning this the criminal c ear s, which had 'nflict.-d th ." aih s 'nleic e, Iirou'b; the failure of 1 he sevtr.-isn to listen to th'dr rec'immen !;i , i. m t 1 m . r vy to th supreme ( .,ir-; f kingdom, which inim .iiat-ly ; v ieee.l-.l to trans form the death ser.;.-a.- ." t'-e te r e r?- mnir.insc. unexecuted itiurd vers mended 'to mercy into sentence al servitude for life. At tho same tiree th r;i:n r. Pivo It to be unders! 1 that i: recognize the ris'a: of th klm.- ir e ,:n cf p. n- e -1 1 1-1 did n..t to tUll: a J;af ear to any p.i the tribunal- as t.i t!i ; prerogative ;o clemeii' .v was a riiu-ht only to aecordan.o with :h- vi of the courts, to which lan-onda.i.. a oy eyrr. ii , r h!-a tl'e.it the l:i ; r r be exercised in u s f. ti 1 wishes the sovcreiutn w.is not tip:-riiir. lui! a word, that the k:a asient of the courts, a ond thr ex.-cutivc .f tdeeted bv pepular vet It is said thai this .- ii t - court - at Sto d ed 1 f Miad itni.n subord ina'e. It ler y tin the a-.-, n. vernm ait ' lie tile tion on the para i: dm lias creat i. a on Kin:; Os- t ar. and !ik 01 th. i own prince "inc.- it i n f th- sover :i i c. ear.: rit s la -1 a'e.ve o ti.e juris- and the reisninpr family, tirely t-hansta the status eicrn. In most mimar ii; ot Kurope the sovere:.; a i tht law and is ev -nipt tr diction or 1: tri'icna lonsir holds jiood in ! the po-itlon of kin;; is Tlii w no 'er. wic ro imi:t:r inli- If You Want Good Meat go to Tribolet's East Washing ton Street, Op posite the City Hall. Largest Cold Storage Pfant in the territory. Skillful cutters, prompt service S. J. Tribolet niti'ly i ne of loss pnver. prostis-? and inline ne-e in 1 inn . ic matters than that nf president of the I'liiled Still, s. w Kina- i.f t-ily has jast or tttiit of an Italian .:ermin al to show ?i na me ti.a' h is derc 1 the c: niplete r.dntii'a!, and be is that it is not in!y tho s'o; reme head h - intends to ex niand atleat. jurt- f the navy, but that reiso supn'.m j com as much as with t'ae Humbert never wore exeent .,n state ne- army ..n land, miii arv unlforn- casi..ns and when tn;'.is d in nd'itary duties, his favorite and eust i.nary at tire heins a hlaek f ;..!: coat r.f the m, s: ita pr..a. habie c u I. an 1 a iii.-'h silk hat. His father, the a... Kii t Vic! or Tirnmanuel. p!efe:r.o b.ins in his shirt .-'.eves, with his sb eves rollrd up and with his sh'rt o-o;n round his bull-like neck, to any r.ther attire, and neither one king n ir the other ever dreamed ot de-rains a military uniform in his life. Th? new kin:;, however, has from his carles; childh ol b en pass! mately ''''-!;"1 to everything c.-.nneet. d with the sea. holds a sailing- mast.rs certi ficate, and is nev.-r so happy as when y.v -htinjr. his ta tf in this mat! -v bulng shared by his run-Mid. Tt is therefore peifeclly natural that he should tak as seriously as Kmp ror William his position as admiral in supreme ca.m r.ianl of the Italian navy. Inasmuch as it has been d' mi. d in certain nuar.ers that Kiiv Humbert was insured in any American enmanv, I may ni:ntion that acc.-.rdin? to of lii i.'l a nn,nir.f;mi nts just mad-. Hum I.erts's life was in-ur.'d to the tune of 3.0dW of lire: that is to sav 19 the tune of about $S.0M.T0. . Of thi 1 amount th. European companies held only ah.iut S2.flo0.000 worth cf these risks, the remaining '5.iVW).fn.o bring represent ed by policirs of three New Void: com par.bs. the New York J.ife. th.- New vor'; .Mutual Life and the New York Fquirable. If iu ; t ary I can pive the exact figures whi-. h 1 :ich of ths eom i s has already paid over to Italy's n.-v. kins in r.-.-pe--; to the death of his father. w m Hinxpeter. who ha; j-jst ceb'brat- e. l in (', Ttiiiiuy the iiftreth anniversary of his graduation as a doctor of philo sopny at the T'niv rsity of I: -l:n. wa i tr...M ISiIC until 1S7. that is to say. for a peilad of twelve years, aita- hid ta the household of !ho present emoeror in tile capacity i f hi.-- tutor, and many of the p -euliari.iis of charterer of " the Herman ruler, as well as nor :t re.v of his fine an 1 se-n.-ro-j? fiuallttes, art: Iar:;cdy due ta :!:r odd-Iooklns old pro- f. ssor. who play, d s i promlnmt a ptirt in brinsin.tr about th.- downfall of Ilis mart l: by ins T' ibly leading th- em perer. after his ae.vsslon to become imperuotisly c n : htt.-i.isti nbott; sub jects di.-tast-ful to thn jrr.at f lan -el-la r. It was in those days that the emper or cootVrred up..n him the rank of pri vy councilor, which entitljil him to be addressed as "your excellent;,-." Hut later en he came to the conclusion that the ;r lessor's p.dp'oa adviee. esp: c laily his recommendation to Tils rnaj;s tv to c.n-iiia;.- th. s i.-i.-ilists and an archists, was mo-e li iimful than mere tori,, as. and r h. wan? into c.'is.-uri:y his rormer tu:or. he seems to have tak en no noti.-c what? .ever of ti-." recitni eeii l-rati.,n of the .vabilee of the old ( nt'.er.ian's gradi-alion as a d r-tor. 4 t Warranls are out f ir the arrest of two perfectly nuth-m.ic Austrian cou:i- t .-st s ot ancient lm. a.je and of former rv.-.-cp:! .-nally hi.Th position, who in times yono by play, 1! a roll in the most exclusive society of Vienna. The ladi.s in 'i!-e.iian are Countess O.dtar Von Ha!!.-!- and h'-r daughter.' the .unless Ktaik.i von I,azar. The elder cf the two ladies, who was born a oiuiu-ss Kin-Ierman of Pi.benbersen. married as hir I'.rst husband the cxt-emely w.a'thy Count Adam I,az.ir. with wh .n th was v.-orit to sp md the sea s m it Vi: nna. and tiie suir.m.-r and aitiuinn at bis m.i!;nl!ic.T.: castle i f Monf.-ai. On bis death she married a man c'rriual'.y av.-ient lineajre tmd ree-Wi"-t position. (V-.un; os'kar v. 01 Hal ter, woo, however, only lived ai years. As .on as the p'-riod ,,f , cs over she i'iark-d wi dau-hicr by her first marrias-. c -dins-ly iH-autifiil and da--'ii iip-ui a career of wildest so: I ra va sa ni-e. whi -ii r.ot even t . til two 'a:-n:ng h her . an ex- of cx i large fori un: s b: iti hli.-triiids cut! eai -c of ti..n,. ta. ir estates, a enna were al! their cr. ditors. ithed t lo-r by I u i;hstand. an their castle cf "id their mansie s.dd f .r the be her two I in 11: M mz- a. a at VI il. tr t ,.f I'enr.iless and purncd by toe:r former friends and relatives in c msequen -e of the.'r extravagances of conduct that h id aec.impani. I thclt extravagances of parse, they ultimately attached thttrselvis to a fifth rate pro vincial theutiieal troupe, whi -It. after t iuv::.g about the whole of th- empire in its train, th v ultimately ues.rted. care;, i;-g off uith them all the .money in til ii a spry and b-avtng th remain der of the company stranded. It is a sad and disgraceful ending to the caret-:- of op of the most brilliant great la.:ics of the iirand world of Vi-nna. Mai-ottise de I-'otii .y in Washington T'-:t:i:oi:s op firi-: at sua. If atev; Hang, r to Which Ooeav. Trtiv t-h-rs A r l-:xpnert. lining up the on the l;,,,) I ship a -t a few yi a i s ago n s -cond Ih night it's a - w, II not t i g;-.-.- her nam.-, which Wooid enable th T.'ibiin.- r.-aders t i d. tci oiiii-- the .-die b. l.oigs to, an ! lie. ugh lh; s:..,y is entirely c.vdit-obf- t i her cai pro. k-io.vn as .--i of the abie-e s.eman io t he coasl wis. s- rvtce. tiuu might m t 1... r.-lisip-d by her owner.-, who might have hudm ss reasons to: ri... advertising th. dang, rs of ocian nnviga-im, to which, h ovever. their ships are ncei-v more subject than tiiose of other lines from one cf the south Atlantic- parts, the writi r one stormy night sat in the skipper's cabin swapping yarns with that wirihy and one of the artist fraternity with whose signature to many a well drawn sketch in tiie ilustrated pap rs and magazines tie- public is quit - f.vmiliar. Tin- knights of the pen and pencil had. as is their modest way. been do ing in. st of the yarning, bui the- ship af.er a bit sight- 1 liattcra-. that chronic disturb.:- of old Nepton 's ru pos -. and. the watber becoming more boisterous, they began to lose their cn-thi'.-iasm for their own tal-rs of land adventure, and to experience a sudden PUST SLEEP. Avoid Nervous I'rostration. ff yon are dano-erou -dy sick what is the lir-t duty of yum- piivsician '.' II quiets the nc-Yvous system, lie deadens the pain, and you sleep well. Friends tisk', "what, is the cause?" a.nd the answer comes in pitying tones, nervous prost ration. It caine upon you so quietly in the Ix o-iiniiiur, that you were not. alarmed, and when Eleen deserted you n'crlit, after ni?ht until your eyes fairly btirned in the darkness, t'nen you tussed in iicrvuua agouy praying lor sleep. - v: ---si-je v JIR3 A. II ART LET. You oug'ht to have known thai when you ceased to h-; regular in your courses, and you jefrow irritabb; with out cause, that there was serious trouble somewhere. You our'nt to know that i;d'iestion. exhaustion, v.omli displacements, fainting, dizziness, headache, and backache send the nerves wiid with aifritrht. and you cannot sleep. Mrs. Hartley, of L".'l W. Congress St., Ciiicaree. 111., whose portrait we pub- ; lish, suffered all these agonies, und ! was entirely cured by I.ydia E. Fink- J ham's Vegetable Compound : her case should be a warning to others, and her cure carry conviction to the minds j of every sufferinrr woman of the un- failing eilicieticy of Lydia E. Finkiiam's j Vegetable Compound. and powerful int.r.;l in th.'se that bear upon the perils of Ihe defp. This gave the skipper his inning, and ;r, response to the artist's eiuery. "Cap tain, what was the tight.-si scrape you ivirs ever in." he spun yarn? It is bound to lose in the trdiini. as the v.-riltr cannot hone reproduce the sailor's simple yet direct, and forceful ! stvl.- e.f narrattve. Karly one mornltrg, when on his way north, and when his ship was still some twenty-four hours disicnt frani New York, toward which she was lighting her way in the teeth of a northeaster, he was awakened with the alas'ining in t. ilig. ni-e that the e-otton was alire in the hold. Now. ther? are two things j nt out cotton no man can tell how it takes fire under such elrcurnstancrs. ' nor how to put it out. Pr. the captain. ! a fur cautioning his officers and crew not to alarm the passengers, battened down hatches, closed every crack that , might let air int i the hold, turned : st -am into it anil then s'.ar.e.l his en- gines at "full hetidwav" -he ship had b. en slowe d down t- nine knots on ac couiit of the heavy s as ?iodnar to keep the tire und-r contiol on.il h? could make New York and c u.ld get aid from t'-e herb'-r f :v smite. ; All that weary day and night, he suf- . fere-d. he said, the agonies of the damn ed, no: knowing wh -n the names might burst forth and ue.str.y his ship, and being oil the tim cotrtp -iled to sustain! a chee-rful mi.n b. f re the passenger-, j with whom it was his custom t-o mix j much and aniens wh.-.m he was a prime ' favorite. After awhile, he said, the passengers' began to rotiee that the decks were ex ee'dingly hot under foot and their j berths extremely iincomfoi-tahle, while "social hall and the sm.ektng roe.m. u spite of open doors, were very little bet er. "I put it off on the gulf si roam grimly told bis an liters. '1 said I. reck ontd they must Ve having an unusually hot spell down the guit. and that the mighty stream wr.s fetching it along and New Vork would soon get her turn. "Well, through storm -and stress the gold ship fought her way up the coast, and. after many hours of ft.i the cap tain) indi scril.iahle "oriure. the lights en the ,1,-is y coast, telling that the ship was drawing near New York and sa Vtv. i venttiallv r. llev e l his fears. Thi:. aiav. his hopes i.-cre soon dashed, for when he arrived a Tittle before sun rise, be found th whole harbor envel open in a dense fog. which made navi gation next to impossible. For a mo ment he wa- daunted, f aring he could ni t find bis way through the t villous chann.'.s . f Ibis i-ert a; satli -i. nt speed to bring him in reach cf sttccor before Ihe I ang l-".- rained llam -s should break forth in devastating fury, and that he would, after a!' bis he: lie courage and fortitude be c: npelled t i lose ship and pas. elisors. In a moment, though, he rallied, and, as he expressed it in his simple way. Mi .v r:-. 1 I 4 f-3 ffx Hw'ivy A I 1 I The superiority cf Salr.t Lcuis A. B. C, Schcirian Beer is recognized by experts in its absoluti purity, its rich, creamy foarn, its pale, gclc'cn color, its life and sparkling brilliancy. Order iron :4 OTTTft A ' A ' TM "I wasn't a-soin? to let my passengers be burned up without a last try." So ita:ioiuir by the e-.-mpass, watch it) hand, he, a first-c!a-'s pilot, anil know inpr thorougiily his ship and her prait. dashed ahead at full speed, and actu ally "picked up" buov after buoy un til he reached eiuarantlne. AVlien tht (luaramir. officer came on board he rtuietly explained to him t'ae state of affairs, pot him ta hasten his examinatien and then go ashore and t.-leKd'aph his owners and 'ihe Pre de- I partment. Ilacin? thence to his pier, ' he hustled his p.as.-eerigers ashore to ' their surprise nmsi; ji'iruptly and tin- ; envni iniousiy and then pulled his I ship out into the stream, where the fire ; tups immediately lay alongside and , took her in charge. He ciitled the graphically told sto-y cf his terrible .adventure and his vivid de- j script! m of the fearful mental strain he had endured for twenty-four hours ; thus: "Boys. I have been atlaat with- ) out food or water for davs. -with roth- ! Iter betvef rn me and David Jones but a : tlimsy raft, and with sharks all 'round :ne, and T have tackled mast of many kinds nf hard luck that fall the share of the sailonnan, but scrape tool? more out or th? old man than all tlr? r.st put toseth-r." X Tribune. !IAS A SIXTY-DOLLAR HILL. A Spokane r.Ian's IMeee cf Money That the Treasury pronounced Good. Ppe.kanc has the only $Ct) paper bill in I'nited States currency known to be in existence. It was issued at the first sesison of the continental congress in 177S, and cr.rries v.iih it nil the crudity of that a-". It is a peculiar lacking document. biing a pice? of greenish paper of much the 3711 e materit! as the present paper t money, exe pt that it 15 heavier. In shape it is almost square, with dimen sions of about four by three and a half inch.es. On one !d? of the bill is written the rr-.-eipt, which is as follows: "This receipt entitles the holder to receive sixty Spanish milled dollars for value received in gold or silver, accord itisr to a resolution passed by c ingress at Philadelphia, September -'), 17TS." On the back i f the bill is drawn a bow with a set arrow. Along the mar gin the value of the bill is again print ed, and at one side the words: "Print ed. Hall ,c Seders. 177S." At the bottom of the face is the signature of some one in .authority. The letters have s.e farmed out that it almost impossible to foilow the characters. Some have im agined they could traee the signature of George Washington upon those lines, bi:t others could not imagine what au thority he had to distribute money a. that dale. This rare bill is the property of Otlo Fiechtl of the Fieci. tl quartet of the Co.-tir d'Alene. It was presented to him at the Charleston earthquake for the saving of an Irishman's rtfe. The open hearted act of the big G.rmar. toward his h. re.ilte.ry enemy so overcame the man from Krin's isle that he gave him the only articK of value ne possessed. -Mr. Fie-.-hti was .tesirous i-f ascertaiu ir.er the true value of .he Pill, and pi l'iee; sent it t .1 Washington where it was kept fir six months while the treasury department investigated t'ae issuance ' ,, j t f the bid. I: was adjudged legal, ;.s he issue of sixty dollar bills at that time was kni.avn to have been made. th.c. b. . raei ere ' Up-e in p e'l this is the only one that has not :n.ed to the treasury depai t- Too -j of mmey has consid er- value niiiside of the amount i its f.-c e. Tiie Spakane man now i.-s-. s-i. n ; f it has refused 51.000 for Hid says no pric could induce him .art with it. Spokane Chronie-le. DOES IT VAX TO BUY CHEAP' A cheap remedy for coughs and colds is all right, but you want something ' that will relieve and cure the more si- ; vere and ciangerous rc-sults of throat I ! and lung troubles. What shall you do? i Go to a warm-r and more regular cii- i mu-ier l es, it possible; it not possi- i ble for you, then In ei'.her case take the I only remedy tha; has been Introduced j . i in au eivittzeti countries with success in stvrre throat and lung troubles. j-ioschPL- s German Syrup. It not only heals and stimulates the tissues to destroy the srei an disease but all.iva : inflammation, causes eas.w expectora- tton, gives a good night's rest, and cures the patient, i'l y one buttle. Rec ommended many years by al". drug gists in tne world. Fur sale by dealers in all civilized countries. M l IINNITY'S GREAT WORK. Almusl Single- Handed He Kept Hrook lyn in the Lead. The recent phtnumenal work of Pitciit-r Joe McGinnity has attracted the attention of the entire base bail world. Almost single handed be heis succeeded in keeping Brooklyn ill the lead in face of ihe tremendous rush of the- I'ittsburgs with their remarkable quintet of pitching stars, and if the Champions again succeed in landing the penne-int. which now seems more promising than it aid a week ago, the ? aa cottojnlzcd summinj up of the univcrri p-aisc cf connoJs scurs ten character izing the relative merits cf TTT.T ( T.l R M - 1 on ff 9 MIAN I "A Word to ihe Wise is Sufficient' Hut some stubborn people tuait until 4 4 down sick ' ' be- ' fore trying toward off illness or cure it. The wise recog nize in the word 4 4 Hood's assurance of health. For all blood troubles, scrofula, pimples, as 'well as diseases of the kidneys, liver and bomel$. Hood's SarsaparSU is the effective and faultless cure. Rheumatism " was practically helpless from rheumatism in my shoulder. Hood" s Sarsaparilla cured me and ever since is a household favorite." SMrs. M. E. "Poivers, 4Z12 St. Lawrence cAve., Chicago, LI. Ilooil's l'ills cure liver the non-irritating nd . i-.Iy c:itliartic. to tnki- with Hood's S:iriiHparill;i. rc'nieverr.ent can be credited in a great measure to the iron man from the In cian territory. There is hardly a parallel in the an nals of base ball which can copa with tiie recent record of McGinnity. Six days in succession he appeared in the box for the home team and on none of them has the opposing forces been abie to make any impression on his wonder ful delivery. It is said that he uses more curves an any other pitcher in the business, and it is acknowledged that his under hand raisee ball is the most effective of the many deceptive wrinkles used by tiie boxmen f the country. He has better control of it, too, and while this particular delivery is a terrific strain on his arm, he has never been known to complain of the many ills that befall a star twirler in the courso of a season. When he was brought to Hrooklyn ie.st spring it was predicted that lie v. ould lead the league pitchers, and he has verified these predictions, his ree- rd to date being twenty-seven games won, five lost and two tied an achieve .a ent that already surpasses that of Jimmy Hughes, who led the league last .s.ason. Bc-sidis hie wonderful pitch ing abilities, McGlntlity does not al ways depend 011 his team to win games, for he has several times brought in the w inning runs with, timely hits. He is ieiso a fast tnd hard base runner. RETORT COFRTEOrS. Mrs. Ncxdore I notice you've 10 w paper in your hall. got Mrs. repprey Fie design? M rs. Nexdorc- -Yes. How do you like seems to me its rather loud. Mrs. Peppr.y Yes, that thei reason . we selected it. AVe thought it might i drown the sounl of your daughter's, t-iano playing." I ! V O o ni rmMmmi THE leu s Su ts Fins wo'. cdt-simere suits in dark gray smiftli ng we recommend to wear o Fine Weol'wcrstf d suits neat, stripe only O o o Estra fir e fuits ail wool plain black worsted s-irig'e and double V.reust ed only $9.50 Imforted all word worsted suits in bl k and b'ue, noihii-g in tie city t in itch t the p i'-e $12.50 Very fine vicuna suits in gray round sacks and square cuts, a jraruient that, will war and look well, worth d iuble fcr o Eitra fine 18 oz all wool black clay wort-ted ?uit3 trimmed with im-porte-J farmer satin lining tail ored faultlesslv only $18.00 BquHie cuts ard frocks THE California Restaurant, Strictly First-Glass. Slit Time may be raejr.sy ljut It takes a In: of coin to enable same inn to have h good time. P KOFESSiON A 1 ATTO r.NST S-AT-tA W J. II. KIBEKY, A. J. EDWAP.DS, VJ. B Kibbey. Kibbey, Edwards & Klbbey I -awyers. 19-21 South Center St. Phoenix, Ariz. Ground floor. DF1NTIHTB. DR. JOHN A. LENTZ.. DENTIST, ul, administered. Roomn 01 er PoetofBc fJ J. JiSPSOP Dentine OfB-j rf. bulldlnif. corner Washtnr?i wis! CVr ter Htreeta. rooms 14 and J v. G. LKNTZ, Dentist, specialist it) Crown and Bridge work. Gas admin istered. Office Fleming Block rooms 201, 202, 203, 204, 205, 20S. PROFESSIONAL XURSE. LENA D. WHEELAND PltOFES sional nurse. 321 Jefferson St., Phoe nix, Arizona. Tel 1-1. THE lost Thin Land Adapted to Airalfii and Fruit Growing IN SAN DIEGO COUNTY, OAL. Ra"i-liu.s und S.ock ire 1 from nil orer ay it is a arrand opsniog;. Mn y are now lo-i-ulinic v. ii re i..ey cn hnve all the water needed at a low rata. Bse RICE & LEIGHTON, At.E.VTS FOK IMPERIAL I.VM) CO . 30 North Second Ave., Phoenix, Ariz AT 5l?e j-loffmai? The Bowling: Alley la Oool. The Beer is from Cold Storages and 1 A rhe user Busc Ji 5 C AROHIK eMCiftr'V. RiBKKT V.rf'F.ir i6f. r-aoi titwoM. THE CLUB STABLES North Cer tf r Street. ttanrtsonte Turnouts. Horses boarded by the day, week or month. HENRY OEOSOS, Prop. $4.75 in tHrir, very $6,50 g in Sight lens and ntat R h1s Boys and $15.00 $18.00 BOSTON N. DIAMOND & BR0., Corner Washington and Second Streets, Phoenix, Atizona,! KokTn jFiest Aye. Opposite Gazette Office Best Meals in the City. infection Gnsisnterd In J't-ij Rpc NOTICE TO STRANGERS THOSE who are not feeling- quite well can find a good comfortable home and & mother's care, with baths, salt water, hot air, vapor, sulphur or any other mineral. 410 North Fifth avenue. Mrs. M. Brown. Mrs. Brown can also stop your cough! MUSIC TEACHER. CASSIO C. BRANNAN TEACHER of violin and other stringed instru -ments. Educated by best European masters; methods the very best-Twenty-two years' experience In teaching. May be e3 at Redewill's Music Store. MUSIC STUDIO. Vendome, 319 "West Washington, op posite opera house, a new progressive method fteir the guitar and mandolin. Nine years' experience as a teacher. I give special rates, also special atten tion to new beginners. Would be pleased to receive calls and to display stme of my pupils' work. Shall be de lighted to explain how easy it Is to master the instrument all teachers hold as the most difficult the guitar. MRS. LEE M'DANELD. Are You Sure that you are getting the best, tenderest and juiciest meats for your money? No? Well, there's one way to be abso lutely certain patronize Hurley. Doesn't make any difference whether you know the difference between a rib roast and a pork chop, you'll get Just the same honest treatment as If you "knew it all." P. T. HURLEY. J Vest V.tnaon M... 'Hion I a 0 o o o o o o Pants STOKE Men's cotton worked pants 50c per pair. Fine wor.stid and casimere pants per )-air $1.50 Ten dozen if Men's pan is w rth from $-1 to . per pair Old' $3.00 Inif orted woip'ed paiitf in very fine stripes, this sfasone $4.50 Youths' ults We have a ful1 line thi? stason and jirices that it will pay you to " c -me to our ftore and "get your boys N. D & B. clo'liiiig STORE, 0