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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 30, 1900.
Do You Want a Camera? What For ? TO TAKE SOME PICTURES, IE ASSUME. STOVES Headquarters for Phoenix COOKING and HEATING. The Greatest Variety. The Cheapest Prices D H. BURTIS, Don't forget that I will repair your old stove and put it in good con dition. Also blacken and put up all kinds of stoves. Then buy a PREMO. You KNOW you can make good pictures with that, and -with the cheap imitations you are taking- desperate chances. Do you feel that you can afford to tike the chances? We are taking all the chances in selling you the PREMO, because if you cannot make good pictures with it, your money is her for you. Elegant art catalog free. 4 STOVES PINNEY & ROBINSON, BICYCLES, TYPEWRITERS, PHOTO STOCK AND SPORTING GOODS. EstMhhed 1883. 40 N. CENTER ST., Phoenix. POSTOFFICE BTJUGLABY Uncle 8am Sobbed of Twelve Hundred Dollars at Mesa. The postofflce at Mesa was burglar ized between 2 and 3 o'clock yesterday morning. . The burglars escaped with about $1,000 worth of stamps and $200 in cash. In the -wreck of the safe, which was Mown to pieces, there was found $250 which, the robbers overlooked in haste and darkness. An en trance was effected through the law office of Judge Woy, giving the robbers access to a side door of the postofflce. This was pushed open and an assault was made upon the office safe by men who knew how to go about it. The explosion was heard by Charles Connelly, who was sleeping in, his store next door. He rose and made a super ficial investigation He discovered nothing, but probably frightened the robbers, who hurried away without taking time to make a mora complete examination of the debris of the safe. The burglary was not discovered un til shortly before 5 o'clock. A telephone message was at once sent to the sher iff's office end as soon as possible Sher iff Murray and Deputy Sheriff Moore left for Mesa, In the meantime it was learned from tracks about the place that the burglary had been committed by three meai. It was remembered, too. that three auspicious characters had been seen around town the day before. Bloodhounds were put on their trail, but could not follow it. Later in the d2y .the sheriff received a message from Constable Burton at Tempe saying he had arrested two men whom he be lieved from descriptions he had re ceived, to be men who had been seen about Mesa the day before. He had taken a pair of peculiarly markid shoes from one of them and put then? on file in thp office of a justice of he peace. All the constable's other precautions were not so complete, for when the sheriff reached Tempe he found the men had flown. They had cut their way out of jail by sawing an iron bar off and had gone to the justice's office and stolen the peculiarly marked shoes. At nightfall their trail had not been discovered. This is the third 'burglary of the Mesa postofflce in three years, and Is a more comprehensive haul than any of its predecessors. SECOND DAY'S SESSION New Laundry Ong Wing has bought thfe G. Hop wash house. 434 West Washington street and will pay off October 2. Oysters in any style at Clark's until midnight. A DELEGATE TO CONGRESS Gives Up Says There Is No Chance Now Will Introduce a Bill At Next Con gress for an Appropriation to Meet Expense in Unraveling the Following Difficulty: HOW McKce's Cash Store can sell Arbuckle Coffee for lac when others ask 20c. WHT they are selling Battle Axe To bacco at 41c when others are selling at 50c. WHERE in thunder do they buy a fine Plug Tobacco they can sell at 2Sc? WHEN are they going to stop selling Star Tobacco at 4Sc a pound? WHAT kind of a pull have they gut with the soap company that they can sell 6 bars of ('alia Lily Borax and 7 bars Laundry Soap for 25c? WHENCE comes those Little Gem Hams that they are giving away for 12c a pound? WHICH is the man to make money faster the one who pays cash or the one -who buys on credit? When Murphy, Wilson and Smith are all elected we will stop these slaugh tering prices, but now they go as long as the goods lust or till our inventory on October 15. One or 'the other of these candidates may pull out of the political fight. But we never will on the fight for low prices at 'the Store That's Always Busy. Yesterday's Proceedings of the M. E. Conference. The second day's session of the M. E. conference was opened at J.:30 a. ni. Saturday morning, with a Pentecostal service led by Joseph H. Smith. Bishop Hamilton announced to the conference the death of Dr. Robert Bentley, pre siding elder of the Oakland district. California, conference and paid a kind ly tribute to his memory. The confer ence was led in prayer by Superintend dent S. A. Thomas with special refer ence to the death of Dr. Bentley. Minutes of the proceedings of the Woman's Home Missionary society were approved and ordered printe;!. Rev. A. H. Maxfield of the African Meithodist conference, Mr. T. J. Hill of Phoenix. Mrs. C. V. Cowan of Phoe nix, and iilrs. E. O. Mclntier of Globe were introduced. The disciplinary questions were fhen taken up and an swered. J. H. Henry gave the Arizona mis sion conference a cordial invitation to hold Ks 1901 session at Tucson and on motion, of H. W. Peck the invitation was unanimously accepted. The follow ing members then reported on the work of their respective charges during the past year: David Roberts. Bisbee and Bonson; Superintendent Thomson for Flagstaff: O. S. Frambes, Glendale; E. O. Mcln tier, Globe: Superintendent Thompson, for Kingman: E. G. Decker, Mesa: C. V. Cowan, Phoenix; H. W. Peck, Pres cott. Superintendent Thomson moved that E. O. Mclntier and C. V. Cowan be the committe? on "Forward move ment." The motion carried and the conference adjourned. A CAR LOAD OF rifflNTURE JUST RECEIVED To be sold at Summer prices to make room for our Fall Pur chaes, see our Display of 30c. to 50c. Matting at 25c. per yard. This week only. RICHMONDDAYLUESELY CO. 21-23 ELLINCSON BLOCK TRIBUTE TO A NOBLE LIFE. In the death of Mrs. T. E. Dal Ion many will join me in feelings of loss and sadness. In many ways Mrs. Dal ton was a remarkable woman. Pos sessed of a kindly, sympathetic na ture, her heart was full of pity for ail in sorrow and suffering and her kind ness knew no bounds. Her own horn.? was the center of her tender mlniscra tions but unlike many, her good deeds were not confined to ihe home circle, but went out to all with whom she came in contact. Living as she did, in a community where the opportunity was given for the exerei.se of t'lose noble, generous qualities, the draft w.-s some times very great, but never did 5-he hesitate to give the soothing word or kindly attention that so often helped and comforted the sick and discour aged one. For several years it was my. good fortune to intimately know Mrs. Dalton and to me she always seemed to possess a heart full of sym pathy and kindness. Even the ser vants in her own household were cheered by her unselfish ways. When such a friend leaves us we feel that the world is much poorer from the loss and that many will miss her be sides her own dear ones. MRS. E. A. LITTLE, Auburn. Me.. Sept. 18. 1900. Private dining rooms seating four and six people at Clark's musit be arranged j for in advance. Open until midnight. BAND CONCERT PROGRAMME. The following programme will be rendered by the Pioneer Band in the City Hall plaza this evening at 7 o'clock: March, "Dreadnaught" (Dalbey). American Fantasia, "Gems of Steph en Foster" (Tobani). Dance of the Soubrette (Snow). Waltz, "The Girls of Tucson" (K. Orriola). "Whistling Rufus," (K. Mills). Selection, "Bohemian Girl" (Ea'.fe). Medley Overture, "Popular Pousse Cafe," (Boettger). March. "The American Girl" (S. O. Donaldson). The Ford bar serves Clark's meals to r,-.en only. A quick merchant's lunch from 11:30 to 2. Notice of Dissolution of Partnership. VOTI- K is hc rel.v civ 'n ll.al the firm known 1,1 s rioMiri i: barker, rtoine LusinesR nt 'JS Xerth ron I avpiiue. has lliis. the Kh lav of Sepiniiilur, dltscl ed by rautua. inn- H L. Parker retires an-l A. .l,;osart will continue t lie liuir.fsfe, and assumes all in ilclitclneM. ami co::cH all aectiiir t". A. .!. (JOS RT. U. J. PARKE a. WATCH This Space for Our FALL OPENING 'ANNOUNCEMENT Saturday, October 26, 1900. e Alkire Co. ei Bargain Givers BARGAINS ARE ADVERTISED DAY BY DAY, BUT DO YOU SEE THEM ? That is the question. We are sure when we quote bargains we give them. The public are to be satis fied to that point. Our new Fall line of Men's Suits are here ready for your inspection, and we are proud to say such line as we have purchased this season will be hard to beat. Handling only the best make of reliable manufactures products we can assure you that by buying Clothing of us you will receive the best results in your investment. Our proof is the past season sales. We might ad vertise prices, but we would rather show you the goodsandlet your judgementdecide when you hear our prices. Our Clothings are models as regards to fit and finish. It will afford us great pleasure to have you call and be shown through our stock, whether you wish to purchase or not. In SHOES we carry all the Leading Brands, Selz, Packard, and Hamilton and Brown, which we will guarantee to save you money on all purchases. Phone 2351 218 to 224 East Washington S reet Mail orders promptly filled , N. B. Do Not Overlook Our Millinery Parlors. MMNH) 0 TAKE THS PRESCRIPTION 10 ELVEY & HULETT, THE LIVE DRUGGISTS. Who will fill it accurately with pure drugs at popular prices. We are in business to please the people. Call and see us. 5 and 7 E. Washington St When the wrinkles on a man's feet will tell his age, the bumps on his head will indicate his talent. Some one says that a woman never talks when she is doing up her hair. Perhaps it is because her mouth is full of hairpins at that stage of the game. Chicago News. If you want to entertain a few friends, arrange in advance at Clark's and have your meal served in courses or family style. Open until midnight. For a change, eat a meal or two a Clark's, open until midnight. Dinner from 11:30 a. m. to 8 p m. Music. SALT LAKE EXCURSION. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. i i Estate of W. E. Johnson, deceased. j Notice is hereby given by the under- ; signed administratrix of the estate ofj W. E. Johnson, deceased, to the ored- j itors of and all persons having claims' against the said deceased, to exhibit I them, with the necessary vouchers, I within four months after the first pub lication of this notice to the said ad ministratrix at her residence. No. 711 AVest Jefferson street, Phoenix. A. T., the same being the place for ithe trans action of the business of said estate in said county of Maricopa. MRS. E. A. JOHNSON, Administratrix of the Estate of Said Deceased. Dated Saturday, this 3th day of Sep tember, 1W0. On accoun't of the semi-annual Mor mon conference, to be held in Salt Lake, beginning October 5. the Phoe nix Short Line In connection with the Southern Pacific company, will sell tickets to Salt Lake and return on September SO and October 1, from Phoe nix and Mesa, at rate of $"9.20 for the round trip, final limit sixty days from date of sale. For further information call on M. O. BICICNELL, G. P. A. Dr. L. C. Gonzales, dentiet. office up stairs in the Ccrtten blocli, corner Wash ington and Center streets. Don't think because Clark's is neat and clean it's a very high priced res taurant. Open until midnight. PEARS, PEARS and PEARS! Rig pears, little pears and ripe pears, 2c at the orchard. No finer, smoother or better flavored Bartlett pears grow in Salt River valley than at the Mc Clure ranch, one and a quarter miles sqouth of the Capitol grounds. Phoenix. Come early to avoid the rush. Walter L. Norris, Proprietor PIANOLAS f Are the only self playing! 5 Piano attachment that plays j fuith the same expression I j of a great player, recom- mended by Padereswski I Rosenthal, I 4 The "World's Greatest Pias-ists. t J '& ON SALE AT Iw. S. Jenkin's Temple of Music, 7' Agent, Pianolas, Eolians and f, high grade Pianos. g 35 WEST WASHINOTON. M o-d BEFORE ADAPTER S5 to $10 for a Set of Teeth, HERE IS MY MODERN PRICE LIST: " Gold Crowns, - - $5.00 J Silver Filling, 50c and up Gold Filling, -$1.50 and up I Extracting, - - - 50c R. E. HOLBROOK, Dentist. Rooms 2, 4, 6, over Postofflce, PHOENIX, ARIZONA. Electric fan service in every room.