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TI1E ATIIZONA REPUULTOAK: TITUKSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18, 1900.
miUMIGS Acsfleasantfy andfvmpffy. Cleanses the System Gently and Effectually when bilious or costive. f resents iitt the most acceptable form tht' Jajratire principles of piartts Anoivn to act most LcteticiitIy. TO GET ITS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS BUY THE GENUINE MANFL'. EY CALIFORNIA FIG STRUPCO. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. LOUISVILLE , KY. NEW YORK. N.Y. for xje ty druggists price 0 per bot? . NEWS AND GOSSIP QF OTHER LANDS N'.it nniil Princej.s Victoria r.l' V:i I. s bud li-f I tin- IIi.lo lSeaiirivagc. ' ri-riii' in Switzerland, a 1 1 . r 1 1 -1 1 1 y :in ol 1 -r! y (- in I i;i : it : ii. a maid ami a inan. 1 ill t'.-. people of I 'at' I'lace. anl in pailii ular ihe Knglisii si-uk:u. 1 -lil.. there, realize ihe identity oi' the Miss Johns m. M ini, ilm-insr lv-r stay Hi i-i lia.l earned for )u-:-. If tin- nick name cf the "Tratrtway itiel," owimv t.i Ilw manifest delight which ?:w -x'l1"-liem in tiding about mi 1 1 s various trolley liiit-.-. which i; w.ie a.-ily sen iviiv t. H i- a I'nmi'lc tf n.ivcliy. M-n u insr. n ' Hi ami ni:;ht she was to 1' iii'l riiling ii 'l'i .rii' tram cars, no one dreaming. Iii-upH'I'. tiiat. she was the dauahtcr of liie I'rinoe and lri:i' .-ss of Wales. If i!i re was one thing, how ever, more than anoihi r. wlii'-n might have uiwn rise to :wiv suspi ion of her royal rank, it was the kindness uml unaffected c r.liality u hi-h she dis jilayi'il to ti!' lm in 1 1 !. i-iassis. sn;h a-' tramway conduct o s. raiiriai port rs. Si i vanis. etc.. coujiii'il Itii ii . -irm!i' and almost chilling ri -erve of manner toward all lii-r Mlmv .;m fis at til- iio li'i. particularly the I-:i";!i-!i tc.eakbis? on s. from whom she h !1 Icise!!' al-inSi-tln-r aloof. Tin' elderly la ly a companying her was In r formi r govern. -SS. w ho had liccn Willi ln-r indeed fr mi early e!ii!il hooil nji to th:- tim - tha; she ma L' h. ! ilelntt at caiirt. Tile rhv. mi .-s was a Flench laily of the name of Mile. 'au tliier. ami after she hal iailei".l the ciliieaiion of the thr'e nanphtcrs of lii l'rincf ami r'rine-.-s i.f Wans sh.' iiur l ieil a lan le l in-iio i'-tor in the wi s; of IOnlaml of the name cf Johnson, in spite of which she has ever since i.-on-tinncil to maintain I: r ii'.iimul rela tions w ith her fnrnii r luipils. wiio, vheneer liley wi.-ht'l to travel iacoir niio. invariably passe I ,he.asei is off as in r ilatisrh;ers that Is to say. as the Aliss. s Johnson. The princess is now w::h her ;im(!h' a; 1 Ye.lcnshnrK. isitilii; ii.r v;ra!cl fathcr. the a.eil kitisT of lienmark. The troubles b.-twee l'rinc .1 rih 'rt of Aniialt and his ivi-.e. a gran ldaugh ti r of Qui en Victoria, who visited tiie Failed Stai--s last spr ng liinl.-i- the in c.'gnilo name of Coi'utess Mm-nsier-berg. have now reached a climax, i" ir Hie persistent refusal of the princess to return to Berlin ; i i: i husband, since ht.r return from America i.iionihs ago. ha - !' r ed li.e kaiser m take ce iion in th - it:;i;ter. whiei. lias ustimft lie f r:u i f depriving I'rin- e Ariom t cf the t onimand of th siiuadr.'ii of th- cr.i-k First regiment m' Draao..n Uuar 1. ihi.-h he has mini new coin man led. and placing him t- nip e .iriry mi the re tired lis:, wiih an inti nation th.at his n rviees will no. In- reiii:i-ed for at any l a I e a year to come. This woulii seem ft in-lie.Ue that the Kmpi-nir William la I;, s cause fur his 1i r.-t cousin, the princess, rather than for his much more ivmot r.lativ -, hm husband, whose r -ptita t ion a' Berlin ' Treasures cf Flowers Rare and Roses Red" Come from enriched, ivelt nourished soil, giving the re sult of perfect growth. The same result can be obtained by humanity in general, if they look after the blood, the life of the whole system. Hood" s Sarsaparillj. is ihe one specific remedy for this, as it transforms poor blood Mo perfect blood from ivhich fot Urws ihe greatest of blessings, good health. Eczema "Since I ivas a. child I fuv:e hud eruptions on my body which our physician pronounced eczema. I took six bottles of Hood" s Sarsaparilla and have had no return of ihe disease." Mrs. Ida M. Totter. Conneaui, Ohio. yfocdA SaUapau'f Il,r.it's 1-llU t ni t- lii.-r ills : i 7n.lv iMtli:irlii" tn tiiKi vtitli I,. has heen none of the most savory, and wli i.-v name has litcn i ompi iniised in ail s.ii-.s nt scamhils. one of the least tiuesiionnlile i f t;:i: l.eing the anony mous letter 1'iia.riivi-rsf. Indeed. i.-p-iilar s'nii,ath' at llcrlin. where tiio luia.e and prineess have made thsir hmiie sin e their mari-ige, has been all a!. .ay Willi tile prhictss. who has lieen the olijeet'of much pity. Sir.'-e her re in: r: i'loni America she has spent her whole time either with her mother or with her Kratidmotaer. Queen Victoria. Iltr siui.lt n trip to America, which was more in the shape of a flight from her hut-hand than anything els . was not the first, lint the second i.ime which she had quitted his roof, vowhi-r never lo return, tin the former ;o.easii.n she I l-or. edeil to the M e I i t er ra Ilea 11 on c .i ving her hnsliaiid. and in the hope f patching things tip and of prevent ing h.-r from bee nuing the subject of any misrepr sentation he sent after her l-.t r younger brother. Albert, who is an ollicer of the Herman army, and di rect. d him to act as his sister's cs.- u" until she consented to return home. The kaiser has but little sentimen tal love for animals. Vnlike the oth -r menihi i s of his family, he has no ca nine fa vorivt s. and the dogs tilal he wrs are kept in k-. nr.els. where he sel dom, if ever, sees tin ill. Ill tile same way. as soon as a saddle horse which he lias been in the hahit of riding si; his any defect, dm to hard service, old ace. or a.-cidt nl. he at once sells ii. a:: l two of the horses best known to Ihe public as in con:' ant 1 1 by, the t in p.. r.ir during "the past four years, haw- just been soid by public nut-lion at Iteilin for a mere song, both of them falling into the hands of hack carriage owners. One of them is a male known as M- g Merrilles. anil Tie other a geld ing named North Star. 'I'll kaiser is alum.--, alone among the rulers of Kurope to have no aff -ction fur, animal or bird petj. Queen Vic toria, the y mn.g ipieen of Holland, the czar and czarina, the king of Denmark i.cing devnied to their dogs. King Leo pold showing a great predilection for birds, while F'rince Ferdinand of P.tilga- I ia shares with tiic siil:an an inordi nate liking for cats. The new king of I I n ly. like his father, and like the em peror of Austria, makes pets nf hurst s. and Francis Joseph would be the last pe-.s n in the world to ever permit a hm .-e tii. a he had ri Men to be sold at audi. in for use as a ca'b hois'. The kaiser's a -lion, however, in audi ming oli' Meg Merrilles and North Star is thoroughly in keeping with his conduct wli'-n a few weeks after ascending the ti.r.ne. he sold to a market gardener, m ar l'utsd.mi .the little chaise and po- ny which his lamented father had been using during the dast few Weeks of his teiiiide Illness, anil which should cer tainly have been s.iered in his eyes. I It is t he feared that Mrs. James l'riwn Potter will not improve her so-; cial posi'.ion in Kngland by making ai: intiaiate friend and associate of I-ady ( Mciix. for the latter herself was for merly on the stage, dancing in the mil- si.- halls of lirighi on and of the London suluiths at an infinitesimal rate of pay under th name of Susie Langilon. She married the late Sir Henry Meux. of, brewing fame, in the face of the opp i siiien of his family, and has ever since managed to keep her name well before ;h. public by her eccentricities and ex travagances, which have comprised a vain attempt t buy from the Kgyptian government th? obelisk at Hclicpoiis. i the only tine of the (Vlopatra's needles tout remains in its horizontal poskinn in I'gypi. and the purchase from the municipality nf London of Temple Bar. ' the old city gateway of London, which now adorns the principal entrance of her magnificent cour..ry seat. The .bald 1 I'.-irk. She is a very kind hearted wo man and has innumerable acts of mu nificent charity to her credit. But like the actress Duchess of St. Albans, t whom the baroness Burde;.. Coiuts is indtbted for her colossal wealth, she is appallingly vulgar, screamingly si. and on that account has always be. n kept aloof by the royal family, and in particular the I'rinee of Wales, to whom vshe is an ohj -ct of dread. Mar riuise'de Fonteiioy in Washine, .on I ist. State of Ohio, Cit;- of Toledo, Lucas I'oiinty. ss. Frank J. Cheney maker, ofith that he is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the Ci;y of Toledo. County ami State afonsaid. and that said firm will pay th" sum of (INK lirNDUICD POL LA Its for each and every case of Ca tarrh that cannot be cured by he use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FUANK J. CHFNF.Y. Swmn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this f.ih day of Decem ber. A. !.. SS'".. IstalJ A. V. OLKASON, Notary l'ublie. Hall's Cat an h Cure- Is taken inter nally and acts directly on- the blood and mucous surfaces o' the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CI! FNrlY (Ml.. Toledo, O. Sold by druggists. 7.1c. Hall's Family IMP are thi best. AN KLKCT1 iICA L (J FX. Three ThoiisnnJ sinus a Minute With out Heating the Barrel. A machine gun of a novel charact -r 'has been invented by Mr. James Judge. ! a w.-ll know n engineer of Newcastle I on Tyne. who thus describes it: The , gun is a paten: centrifugal Miii.-k firing machine gun; it is five feet high ai.il weighs about faifi pounds, it is int-nd-ed for battleship, earth works an 1 fV.inisnn purpo.-cs. The motive p iwer is ihetri.ity, transniiited to n motor attache. I to the side of the gun. Th motor causes a disk lo revolve at a it iy high rate of speed. The bullets, which are iniro.Hie.il into ihe interior lot' the disk at the axie. travel along curies in the interior to ihe ciicam feienre and are there impelled through a barrel. It is claimed thai this disk will rotate, limit r ihe influi nee if I he n.ii.ur. at the rate of I-I.Ooo i i-voli.t ioe.s a tninuie. and will eject shots from Un muzzle of liie gun w ith an initial v -l i city of -'.oiiiP feet per sccoihI. One if the chief eha i ai tei ist ics of the gun is hat it tin. if churg. d practice tin: i wil h is an- will maintain ontmuous necessa ry. at evt-ry mie shot be r Hind split rical a shoi may be dis revolution, but in i cry fourth itvo'.u suH'n ie:.t. The lili -nn 1 m.asure .'!-!; inch in diaiiit-fer. The follow iilg ire the results of tic " HELP PGR WOMEN WHO AIJE ALWAYS T1UED. "I do nut fcil very well. I am so tired all flu- time. 1 iki nut know what is the mutter with me." You lif ar thes win ds overv (lay ; as often its you meet yu-ir iriernl-, just, so often are thesr words repeated. More than likely you speak the Mime signifi cant words yourself, and no doubt you do feel far from well most, of the time. Mrs. i;ila Uice. of Chelsea, Wis., whose portrait we nublish. writes that the suffered for two years with Uear-ing--down pains, headache, backache, ami had all kindsof miserable fei-linsfs, nil of Which was caused by falling ami inflammation of the womb, and aftr doctorinij- with physicians and numer ous medicines she was entirely cured by m USs itf fe mm '.;'V Mas. Ella I:k tydia K. Hiukham's Ve"-etable Com- JMlUUti. If you are troubled with pains, fainting spells, depression of spirits, reluctance to tro anywhere, headache, liackat'he, and always tired, please re tiieuiber that tht;re is an absolute remedy which will relieve you of your Buffering as it did Mrs. Rice. Proof is monumental that Lydia E. I'ink ham's Vegetable Conipound is the frreatest medicine for sufferiii"; women. No other melieine has made the cures that it has, and no other woman litus helped so many woue:i by direct advice as has Mrs.. I'iukhaui ; her experience is greater than that of any living per son. If you are sick, write aud ffet her advice; her address is I.ymi, Mas& ttsts already made with the gun: lS.Odft rounds of shot at the rate of 3,000 a minute have been discharged from the gun. These shots consisted of nickel steel, some of brass (as used in France), lead and chilled metal. It was tested Seven times privately; no motor was used, nor is one yet at tached to the gun, although the gun Is constructed for an electric motor. '"I'iie tests were made by m-ans of a belt driven by a steam engine. Fnder these conditions the velocity required, and which, it is maintained, an electric motor will produce, was not. of course, obtained, but the piactical working of the gun was fully demon strated. A long range could not be had because of the necessity of sec recy, anil the testing was cone in a covered shed a.l Blyth dry dock. A steel target. "-:;' inch thick, was shat tered, the disk of ihe gun i evolving at a speed of i.'.t'O revolutions per minute. From the penetration of the target it is lalculated that at a distance of 401) yards a penetration of a similar char acter will be effected of a piate 7-10 inch thick under the inlluencj of an electric motor. There is no heating of the barrel of the gun because of the continuous stream of cold air which is imp-lied through it by the turning of the disk. The disk itself is aiso free from heating on account of the special bearings on which it is constructed. These bearings are a highly complica ted mechanical contrivance, and are similar tn those used in Parson s tur bines, which can r vulve at .the rate of -2.0u0 revolutions a minute, and L vall's rrr.tor which revolves at the rate of :!0.0iio revolutions a minute. To test the gun thoroughly it will be necessary to affix a motor, which will be a five horse power motor coupled direct on to the shaft." London Times. TEDDY'S XKWSPAI'KB FBI ENDS. Will Suffer More From Them Than From Victor or Chicago Boughs. Oov. Roosevelt htds fair to suffer more, we think, from the melodramatic reporter w ho is pers inally conducting him through the west, than from roughs in Victor anl hoodlums in Chit-ago. Ii is supposed that News paper i-eadeis in New York have no Sense of humor, or that they will not laugh when they see agonized columns made out of the ji ers of vagabond boys? Bcally, for a strenuosissinius miles, its Clarendon called one of the a.iors in the English civil war. Col. Booscvelt is allowing his reporter KATI.W- FOR TWO .1 mny lie for three. A new mother, or about-to-!. mother, should keep herself up to liie luVhest possible level of health and supply, and begin far back. Live generously and carefully. Whatever is good for her comfort and health, let her have it; whatever is bad for her comfort or health, avoid it. Almost without exception, Scott's emulsion of cod-liver oil is a needed help; and gen (rally a very important help. We ll ! i n,l y, ,, 3 Ucli: to try If you lite. .Co'l r i; sow Mi, w J-carlurtxt, Sew V.irk. friends to 'irake him out quite too ', comic a figure. " "Miserabl scound rels,' he said in a low lone that was terrifically distinct, "be quiet.' " Is not the bathos terrifically distinct in all this? Of course, the cue of the republican press Just now is to exag gerate everything that looks like dis orderly interference with republican meetings or wralors. But they ought to acquire and beget a temperance in the very whirlwind of their passion, lest they excite laughter instead of alarm. Would they have us believe the country in danger because some street gamins in Chicago try to 'draw" a man who had shown, in Colorado, that he prided himself on giving black guards as gootl as they sent? New York Evening Bus.;. DOES IT PAY TO BUY CHEAP? A cheap remedy for coughs and colds Is all right, but you want something that will relieve and cure the more se vere and dangerous iwjHd nf throat and lung troubles. "What shall you do? Oo to a warmer and more regular cli mate? Yes, if possible; if not possi ble for you, then In either case take the only remedy that has been Introduced in all civilized countries with success in severe throat and lung troubles. "Boschee's German Syrup." It not only heals and stimulates the tissues to destroy the germ disease, but allays inflammation, causes easy expectora tion, gives a good night's rest, aud curt the patient. Try one bottle. Uec o!iiinindrd many years by al! ilrug-gis-is in the world. For sale by dealer in all civilized countries. JEROME DISTRICT Gjssip of the Mines The United Ver de Junior Deal. J r.ime, Ariz.. Oct. I (I. (Special Cor respondence of The Bpublican.) We are enjoying the nicest weather imag inable after the recent rain. The nails are already dry and hard. J, mine fall weather is simply grand. A civil suit was filed yesterday in Judge McKinnon's court, in which the names of Mr. Hagan. owner of the Ha gan building, mi Main street, ami J. W. Wood, proprietor of the Backet store, app.ar r speetively as prosecutor and defendant. The case came up over Wood breaking i;he terms of a contract he had entered into with Mr. Hagan. u herein he l.ased the Hagan building for a year at SCO per month rent. Af ter staying in the builiting eight months he moved out without leave or license. When Mr. Hagan returned from the Paris exposition he found the building mpty and the former tenant in the O'Keefe building. He asked for the rent due, amounting to $4'1, according to the terms of the I ase. and Wood re fused to pay it. Hence the suit. H. M. Giidies appears as attorney for the prosecution. Tom Martin received a bank draft fiom parties in the cast y slerday, for Sl.ii'MI. the lil st payment i f $S..VI2 he is t I leceile for ::4.tiim shares of Ihe capital slo -k of ,;he I'nited Verd Junior mining company. He was interested in the property and was one of Hi contr.it ting parties w hen the sale was made. Mr. Martin received t tinsiiK-rable money a year ago. and with this amount will have a nice slake. He will take a trip to New York as s ion as he finishes up son. i busin ss he has on hand at pres ent. F. J. Conivy is in town from ithe Cop per Chi, f niin -. and reports everything out there prosperous. Conrey owns property in Jerome from which he de rives qui; a nice little rent every month. Sullivan, the jovial Singer Sewing machine agent, is in town making sales to prosperous citizens. He is inter ested in mining anil owns some fine prospects in the Big Bug country. He tells an incident that happened at his tunntl recently which shows the dan ger of giant powder. The party who is driving the tunntl by contract had put in a shot and fired it. and gone to din ner. When he rt. turned from dinner he saw that th smoke was pretty bad in side yet, so thought he would do a lit tle prospecting that aftcrru'.in. and work that night to make up for Ion; time, lie was standing on the ledge a couple of hours afterward above the tunnel, which is in over 300 fet t. wh n he heard a terrific explosion. Going to the mouth of the tunnel he found that the box of powder had exploded. The box continued fifteen pounds of powder and was sitting in the tunnel (in feet from the moiiih. The force of the ex plosion had knocked donn all the loose rocks hanging to .the roof of the tun nel, clear to th" breast, but otherwise nothing was damaged. The ground was so solid it resisted the farce of the explosion. What i.iused the powder to explode is a mystery: th, re was no one in or near the tunnel when i. happened. There had been no shots put off for over three hours previous tj the explo sion. It" any min r can suggest a cause of the explosion of ithat box of powder let him advant., with his the ory. E. H. Harding opened his roller skat ing rink last night. There was a fair sizrd crowd present considering it was the first night and the ev. nl had not been very. well advertised. The rink will be a great resort this winter. iE. H. Meek was in town this week from the works of lil.- Jerome Bower company, of which he is superintend ent. The Quaker d.mtors had the crowd last night till nearly ten o'clock, and t ierything else had lo get out of ihe way of Ihe show. The trained dog's jump for lif- was mir of tin- features of the performance, i. p. McDonald. .MODEST MAN. B.raggs What? .Miss Bomanze? No, she's not for me. She told me the oth er day that the man she marries must be handsjme r.iiher tiian wealthy. Briggs Well, your- certainly not wealthy, but Braggs That's just it. I hale to havi- a girl throw herself al my ben I that way.- Ex. EXASPERATING. The si nsible man and the poetic Kill 111. id o lake front in the twdigni. "Just see the skits," said the poetic gi.l; the north :s blue and the south is gray. The blue and the gray." The sensible man frowned. "I live." he said," "n a neigoborhoa i surrounded by eight pianos. Pay and night th keys thump on that one air. There is no variation. Therefore I must ask you to refrain from alludiu:; to it in my pivseiiec. -Chicago News. EVIDENTLY IT HAS STPd'l'K IN. ' So your father is an anti-imperialist.?" "Oh. my. yes! He doesn't refer to the hiaveny throne any more, but calls it the 'celestial fxecultive chair' now." Chicago Times-Hera Id. WHAT IT'S COMING TO. "Mrs. Strongmind is a warm advocate of woman's rights, is she not?" "Oh. yes. if she had her way man u oild not be eligible for anything more iiiipoii.ant than til'.- vice-presidency. A LASTING IMBBESSIOX. "Th re go. s a man who has made an indelible impression on me." "How did he do it?" "But that tattoo mark on my arm." :p -tt f. j The City I Tailors. v s; Z We have just opened with -5 i? the most complete stock of J Woolen", Cassimers, if s! Wosrteil and i J : Imported Cheviot. & Therefore we have no old i stock. All garment made in f our shops. jr" Goodman & Silverman.: if1 Rooms : and 7. Cotton Bldg, if over National Hank. i-: & ;'''i."::s:'4a';'(t! Gko. H. oji.LieRsa JOK K'KIBI.ll. atimatea Kurnl.bed Fifield & Gallagher GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND SUPERINTENDENTS Rooma 11, 13 and 13 O'Neill Butldlnae PHOKNIX, ARIZONA. P O. Box S7S. Notice of Dissolution of Partnership XTOTI K 18 heri'l.y tfl v 'U Itml Ihe firm known " na OoMirl .t fxriet. O.hiiij Unin-ws m N North S mil i avenue. !, this, the i!Mn Oivof Sfptemlitr, .litsol' e. . iiiiiiuhI coii- n 'lit. II. U I'arker rellris anl A. .I.Oosnrl will rimtltiiie ill tuioiM, aud HssinnrM all iu (lelitiMiU'Nb ami folii'i-is all ai'i-oiiDlM. A. J. OOStRT, H. J. I'AKKEa. d aAAAAAi&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!A THE BOSTON STOKE o For this week we will offer the following bargains in O Comforts and Blankets. Remember, that our line of these goods is the largest in the city, and our prices are the lowest. Before buying your Winter Bedding come in and see us; we will save you money on them. ( forts m.nU' of f.i 'i t :r. rVimfoi ts. full size, covered wi.'li hrivy liiiicy print, double -.-n itched, tuv Pomfaits made of good silkoline. with ;.'e'"l cotton, with pink or lilue lin incs. lull size, r.,r each $1.25 Conifuits filled with plliv whit coMoii. ovreiJ with finf jioflt, ilk-tlint'. ti.il with rnlmvtl yarn; :i Very pliowy quilt : for o o Comforts, extra liirjre weight, about ! INiuuds. .-'ateen coveiinK. with white cot tun. for We also have a fine line forts. Ask to see them Mail orders promptly attended to THE BOSTON 0 4 A Rare Opportunity. Everything We Offer Below Goes at 25 Per Cent. Less Than Cost Price The following lines we are now c'osiag out: Men'. Furnisliio Good of all tkacriptiona. A full assortment of Ladies'. Children' and Gentlemen'. Slices. Suits of all kinds. Hats of the h.st of styles. Come soon to be in time to get a good fcelection. We will continue to carry a complete Block cf the follow ing lines : Groceries. Hardware, Tinware, Implements, Wagons, Carriages, llarntss, Saddles and Miners' Supplies, which we oflcr to sell right and give you first-class gcod-, only. GOLDMAN & GO. California Restaurant, Strictly First-Class. WHY COFFF.E AL'S We serve mor? Meals and seat more guosts. Are more famous for CofTee, Meats, Salfuls ami Pastry. Are the ol.lest Restaurant people in the city (nine years In the busi ness).. Have CoM Storage nnd Steam. Are tip to date In everything-. IOE CRSAM WHOLESALE AND EETAli Comforts! Blankets! ncy jm in is. White or for 75c. $1.00 Silver Kray for All wool for $1.50 White all nice, full $2.00 N. DIAMOND & liliO., Comer Washington and Second Streets, Phoenix, Arizona. North Fiest Ave Opposite Gazette Office Best Meals in the City. SKtisfiictlon Guaranteed in Ev.ry Rprt IS- RESTAURANT U SO WELL KNOWN ? M BECAUSE: W YOUR MONEY'S WORTH EVERY TIME la what you ret when pirchaalng you fooda at this store. Good weight, hig-k quality and low prices baa mads F. Giiebel'a the purchasing center for the thrifty and for those who appreciate superior grades of coffees, teas, canned roods, cereals, flour S4d meats. lJr and let live" la our motto and ws np to It. FRANK GRIEBEL, Tel. 48 iift-HVD w. wumiinn Kxjav.A.A.A.A. AA0 gi - .ty blanket, 10-4 full --ize. 65c pair o o o Fancy cotton blankets. 10-4 full size, very soft and lleeey, for $1.00 pair blankets, 10-4, extra heavy, $1.50 pair gray blankets. 10-4 full size, $3.50 pair wool blanket!, very soft an.l ni:'.e $4.50 pair of Down Com- STORE I 4