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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18, 1900.
A i Jj A FAKER'S PHILANTHROPHY Though a Poor Man Himself, He Sup ports Tea Chicago Street "Waifs. A private orphan asylum is maintain ed ly Frank 1 Kveritt. a, Chicago street fakir. Though a poor man him self, lit; sirppurtri ten street waifs. They live together in a flat, over which lir hiiiis. If presides as philosopher, guide, friend ami protector. Mr. Everitt has gathered these hoys togtcher. one at a time, and organized a kind of oluli far them, furnished th m with a kind of club Tunis., with three good meals a day, and all he exact from them is the maintenance of order and discipline. This club of ten is now domiciled In a tlat of three rooms. Thesf- rooms are known as the "clubhouse," and Mr. Kveritt is called the father confessor, lie pays ithe rent of the rooms out of his own pocket, and assists the boys in supplying their larder. He expects thp boys to do their share in supplying provisions and their own clothing, so that the little community may become in time self-supporting. No boy in the Kveritt is allowed to accept gratuities or food from strangers unl. ss he has worked for it and each one is an inde pendent and democratic young citizen with pride and honor. Nearly all of the ten are now "em ployed as newsboys or messengers but if any on - chances to lose hi. posi tion or becomes ill he is supported and protected by his comrades until his luck may turn. They are all well dressed, well be liaved and precocious chaps, with that cleverness which the reclaimed arah invariably shows, and each one is de termined to make his mark in the world. The oldest memb. rs of the little co-operative housekeeping solony nkend night school, while the others are compiled by a rule of the coininu Ity t.i pursue a certain amount, oi t lit y each day undtr the guidance of Everitt. Their protector has supplied school books, a large blackboard, and set of maps anil lessons are allotted for each day. There are courses in arithmetic, algebra, spelling, reading and grammar, ami two of the eldest are now ready to enter higli school. The money which the boys earn th y keep themselves, and each contributes his small mitt toward buying supplies. They cook their own meals, and take it urns in allotting the labor. Mr. Kver itt buys th. ir food supplies by the wholesale, and the little colony always has on hand a generous rupply of meat, uffee, Hour, sujar and vegetables. Mr. Kveritt has organized a system of self-government by which the boys ill-' in honor bound to preserve order and X ace in the househi.td'. Only a few simple rules have been laid down which lie insists must be followed. All boys pre evpeced to rise at li o'clock ill the morning and to b . Indoors not later than !i:30 at night. Any lad who cre ates a disturbance by iuarreling with smother member of the household, is expelled on the first offense for seven days, but on the second off nse is ex- MANHOOD tie Vilulizer, llioprewriiiunn of a famous French phvMiriiiil, will quickly cure you of nil lliTvoujut icjf the (teiurative in;:u.s, biicu "i . Ill n Hood, Inuilnula, uli,i )n i Ik. tiarh., (tnuiuul Km llfil. Nrou l-oilil, l'imlr I alllar.a to Tlitrry Kxbuu.llou Irtlu. Varicocele and 'nlip:tlion. I I VlUlttl Ril ItMfu-,. I.w (lnv ... O.pt.t .r-..Uiitu,nil..L ii..uM,.f d itu:h:irL'e. Which If llfL elieeketl leu'la to HtMTtiiaujrrlitea uml a:l the Oiirrur: tl iuiiMitfiiey. 4'H' BM Ik'KMF.cleariMeH it.a liver, till ki.tii.v. itiiil i i.n nr.M. rv .,ri..i i.t ftl 1 Iti i iiiirioe:.. C'L' 1 I IkK I-' :;Lr4ii7Lhi'tiK and rcMren small wpuk i Tier-anon siitreriMii an ma cure1 by porters In hpr-uiie 90 pfrivnt are troubled wtlli ro(ntll. rJIII'lDlNU the only known rcDieily to cure wiilmut 101 opetunon. 60m) testimonials, a wrltta fnutntnieeeivu anil money rviurneil if B hoien dotssuol vU'ucl a iicnuaucut cum. ilJAlu ool.OIui j,UC, at mail. Ben 1 for KntK rireulur Hinl lewrauoni: a. Aiiiireas u.tvoi. jnk.iici e Co., i; o. uox 237C Saa Tnmcaco. Col. For aala by Ben L. Beax, Keystone i Ji i i 2j Jh i 1 1! J 11 J A CANAL OF WA and plenty more going down the river is the present condi tion of affairs in the BUCKEYE COUNTRY, THAT'S WEALTH! Improved and Unimproved Alfalfa l and is Selling Rapidly. We would like to make you acquainted with our $15.00 per acre proposition. . . . ESS Remember this includes water right deeded with the Iand FOR FULL PARTICULARS CALL ON OK ADDRESS BUCKEYE CANAL AND LAND CO. CAPITAL STOCK, $100,000. 14 and 16 South Second Avenue. J. ERNEST WALKER, Secretary and Treasurer. J. C. WASSON, Pres't. M. W. MESSING ER. Vice-Preb't. pilled for all time, or simply turned out. Their suite of rimiis Is kepi in an or derly, well directed manner. There are two bath ro.iMis. here th lis take a daily plunge, fine room is used entire ly as a gymnasium, anil it is as well titled up as other and more pretentions establishments. This gymnasium glo ries in the possession of two punch ing bags, two h.n-sf-s for 1 aping and vaulting, a Han board used as a rubbing-down table, a curved table for back exercise, an exerciser with Weights for arm movements and a pair nf swinging rings. The boys take turns at exercising with this paraphernalia in th. ir spare hours, and with cleanly, regular habits, and plain, whole seime food, they keep themselves in an excel lent, healthful condition. The second room of the suite is used as a dormitory. It contains five larg beds and' two couches. Each lad con trols a certain number of hooks placed along the walls, where he hangs his clothes and other possessions, and tin other is permitted to infringe on hi private domain. No lad is permit, d to scatter his clotlus iy other posses sions on the floor, so that this large room is always a model of n;atne?s and order. llcus,ecleanirig is accomplished once a week by a detail d committee of two fir three, who swe p. wash win dows and place the tlat in good condi tion. They do the family washing as well, and are provided with a washing machine. They keep their clothes mended and brushed, and each nun is fast acquiring the desire for a good ap pearance and discovering within his heart tin instincts of a gi nth man. The third room is used as a dining room and kitclun. Hire ihe boys cook their own meals and concoct dainty dishes which some goi.d housewife migl. look upon with wonder. S-Voity. who is chi f i f this clan, is a'so head cook, and ;c li day one in inlier is d -tailed to help him. They ow n a cooking range, a rather miscellaneous assort ment of china and r'."K;i;s utensils, but they manage in live in comfort, and they possess a home which many of their former stieei associates would envy. A generous supply of reading mate rial is always on hand, and the news papers, magazines and books are care fully guarded and classified and pre s rved by these boys, who read with extraordinary eagerness all literature that comes into their hands. They own live testaments, which are as popular as any lurid novel Utey may Tiappeii l acquire in their library. Everitt do s not seem to have any trouble in finding employment for his lads and keeps a list of desirable "jobs" always posted in che "clubhouse." so that the unem-ilnyed may seek and con sider places. Not one of th. boys has the tr.impish appearance of the regu lar news peddling rounder. They arc so natty in appearance that none would ever suspect that th y were on. c mere guKer rats, sleeping rn empty barrels and subsisting on chance crumbs and earning only a f,-w pennies a day. Mr. Kveritt's "ten" would lii:l for him in any kind of a situation. Their love REISTORED: Pharmacy. to to 2 3 J) J) to J i to Jb iik A l?J MJ 1L )d) VL) l?J If FULL Flourishing S S That is the only way to describe the condition nf our business. We know how to do phiinbing and steam fitting. Accordingly, we get the ordi is. our stock of ppjm long goods and electric and gas light fixtures is Ihe most complete in Arizona. Call at the store and we'll "show you. THE SCOVILLE 111 WEST ADAMS STREET. SEE THE NEW X Pattern for 1900. and respect for him arj so great that they regard him as a kind of superior being. Chicago Tribune. THEY ALL SWEAR BY MTAI.I.A. The Word of Praise From a Man Who Has Served Under Him. "Had Secretary Long tried for years he could not have done a thing that would have proved so popular wfch "Jacky as the very thing lie did the other day when he made his special order commending Captain McCall.i for his serviv s in China." said a young nnessei an. at on time a p ity officer in the navy. "Among the men 1 served under was MeCal-a, and in common with my shipmates 1 learned not only to admire, but to actually love the man. lb- was perhaps a martinet at times, but when we c.-.nij to think it all over, even the 'sea lawyers with which every ship is infested generally tame to the conclusion that McCall I was all right and that what be had don,- was for the bi st. We all kn,;w that he was as absolutely fearless as a man could be. and that he would never ask a man to go where he was not willing to go and to lead himself, l never n.ct a man in the service who had seen duty under him but swore by him as often as they rwoi": .it oiher office! s. The nun all agren! that tiny would face the devil himself if McCall.t would only lead them. At the time the captain was suspended and lost hi-i rating as a icsult of ihe charge that lie sti lick one of the marines on his vessel with his sword, the men on lie ship, with one or two except ions, agreed ihat i lie off . n.l. r kmI w ht he deserved. The Siir that was male about the matter was due to one ef your New York papers that was ach ing for a sensation and seized upon this incident io show that it w .is a fri 'lid of the poor sailor.' w hich was eif course a bit or demagogy that was intended to make talk and sell papers. The exagge. a 1 ion of the incident was all doin- so sleveily that even the depart ment at Washington was deceived and Mct'alla received what lias always been believed ill Ihe navy to be unjus pnnishm, nt. 1 told you ihis over in the Brooklyn navy yard a half dozen years ago and said that time would straighten things for Md'alli if th.i ' ever should happen to be a war and he had a chance to sine the not of stuff he was n ade of. Naturally I now feel like throwing an '1 told, you so' at you. See what he has done since then dow n Cuha way, out in the Philippines, and now in China. If l M A Z 8 PLUMBING CO,, GAS RANGES PHOENIX LIGHT AND NJLL CO. you will go over to the Baltimore and talk with the men just in from tlv fat east yon or anyone else can get from their lips ample proof that Secretary Long has clone the right thing and every enlisted man will say 'Amen' to what he has written. I'll wager, too, that every one of them who has served under or in the same fleet with him will tell you that McCalla is one of Clod's noblemen, and that there is not a braver, a nobler, a more just or a more trusted leader than this man who was so unjustly punished at on"? time by a political court-m.ii tial. I never met but .one sailor man who would nut go through any hardship or take any risk necessary to serve Cap tain McCalla, and he was a drunk-U fellow who served a quarter of his time in the 'brig.' " New York Times. BITS OF INFORMATION. The corner-stone has been laid of the new Quebec bridge over tiie St. Law rence. This bridge will have one span that will be the biggest in the woi 1.1. It will cost $.r,,tluti,iHiii and is to l.c fin ished in H'lil. There are in the United States Berlins. 21 Hamburgs, 2:S towns be.iKnc; the name Paris, and I., London. It is said that no fewer than liV'.noi) books for the blind are borrowed an nually from the free libraries in this country. Quail are destroying the crops of I lie Colorado farmers ami have been de clared a nuisance by various I wn and county boards. ?n ;i clear day a pigeon can s e jiiii miles. ALFRED BEIT'S MILLIONS. Rumor has it that no man who ever lived lias amassed millions si rapidly as Alfred Beit, who is reputed to be the healthiest man in the world, with a rortune of .tinii.niVj.iiihi and an in come sufficient to make ten new mil lionaires every year. Tiie whole of this colossal fortune has be-:i made within a quarter of a century. Mr. Beit, w ho owes his millions to Kiniber I v and Johannesburg, is a mall of 46.- Pittsburg Dispatch. STI LL I T NCI IN V INC K I ). Benedick It is said that most of the people who commit suicide nr.. unmar ried. How are you going to get around that? O'Hatch Oh, well, I s'jiose after a fellow has been married awhile he gets so he can put up w ith almost anything. Chicago Times-Herald. to rUrULAK AdTorttMmenu under thlihead one-hall etnti word (aob. Insertion. MoadTartliementUkenforleii than twentr-fira centi. HEADQUARTERS for tourists. Com plete city list furnished houses and rooms for rent: suites for housekeep ing: city and country board. Weirlck & Latham. 32 North First Avenue. Information free. WANTED Porter, pantryman, scrub ber, chore boy, upholsterer, coat maker, two woman cooks, laundress, chambermaid, housekeeper, office girl, two house girls, three nurse girls. Territorial Employment Agency. Tel ephone 2!W3. P. O. Building, Phoenix. Arizona. FOIt RENT Two south front rooms, nicely furnished for housekeeping. 4!ll North Third Avenue. WANTED Woman or boy for general houswork. at the Rumney, Grand Avenue. WANTED liy experienced woman, sewing or light housework, by the hour, 20c. C1G North Fourth Street. WANTED A first-class woman sten ographer (Remington). Opportunity for permanent position. Apply to I. 1!. Heard, Huie! Adams. W A N TED -Se wing by the day. Tayleir system used: 2. Address Box 12. this office. WANTED A place as cook by an x perienced white woman, hotel or res taurant preferred, (.'all on house keeper at College Place after 'A p. m. Fol'ND One nick 1 waltrh with chain on West. Jefferson street, opposite city corral. Owner please call at this uflic-e, prove property, pay for ad, and secure watch. AUCTION Saturday, 2:30 p. m., cor ner First avenue ami Washington street; household and kitchen fur niture, bedroom set, stows, chairs and other articles. Hammor.d. Auc tioneer. WANTED Chan rags, suitable for v. ipino: machinery. Republican office. WANTED -maid ic: Adams. One first-class thnmber liaitely. Apply at Hotel FOIt RENT A 7-ro.im camp, with stables, on desert near town. Also span of carriage horses with : one and Iwo-scatid vehicle;. A. F. T., this oUice. WANTED Strong boy alioiit 10 years old, who wishes to learn to be an en gineer, to assist running engin -, ':c. -'5 North Kej-ond Street. FOR RENT Neatly furnished bay window, front room with grate. Call moO East Van Burcn Stre-H. FOR RENT Well furnished rooms, single or en suite; bath, electric lights: central location: also barn to rent. 212 East Monro WANTED Young man to assist run ning engine, etc. North Second Street. i NICE furnished rooms, neat and clean: electric light and telephone. The Dorris, 32 South Second Avenue. LOST From train between Preseott and Congress, brown fur cape. -Finder please return to Republican office. WANTED To rent, water right in Salt River Valley canal. Address T. S. Maloney, Phoenix, Arizona. FOR RENT Two nicely furnished rooms, with or without board. Terms reasonable. 7CI East Van Buren. FOR SALE One of the best saloons in Los Angeles in the wholesale dis trict, at figures and terms which I know you will take K at, if you want a paying saloon Wri'e A. E. Weiss, Room 102 Hen tie Block, 122 W. Third St., Los Angeles, Cal. $T.riO FOR SALE Six-room frame house, 60-foot front lot. Terms to suit purchaser. E. W. Potter, New York Store. FOIt RENT Furnished roem, large, well lighted, southern and eastern ex posure: bal'.h; close in. 3118 Ea-st Van Buren Street. WANTED Christian man or woman willing to qualify for permanent po sition ef trust, here or in home coun ty. $900 yearly. Enclose self-addressed, stamped envelope, to Secre tary, care of Republican. LOST A ladies' gold watch, scroll work on lower h-Uf of both cases. Elgin Watch company manufactur ers. Finder leave at The Republican office and receive liberal reward. HOUSE for rent: fiats furnished and unfurnished for housekeeping, and rooms for lodging. G46 North Fourth Avenue. PHOEHIX FOUNDRY and MACHINE WORKS N. P. McCALLUM, Prop. 25 to -J3 North Second St. Machinery of all kinds Built and Repaired. All v :i k in the Mechanical Line. Machinery, Supplies, Etc. Ring up Telephone 63. Or call at 28 North Center s treet when wanting something nice to drink. We are headquarter s for the best in our line and sole agents for Tabst, I.emps and th e San Francisco breweries, Ltd., three of the best breweries on earth. MELCZER BROS. STANDARD IRQ MANUFACTURERS OF Mining, Milling and Machinery Castings STRUCTURAL IRON AND STEEL CCNTR-CTORS. Second Hand Machinery BoathUnd Bold. Poatoffl Box 458 WAN I WANTED The public to know tmat J. Ernest Walker has the largest list of real estate to select from, either to sell or rent. In the valley. WANTED, A RENTER 160 acres un der Maricopa canal about three miles northeast of city. All in alfalfa. A fine chance to make money. See J. Ernest Walker, the Real Estate Man. FIRE INSURANCE a apeclalttr. SOME EXCEPTIONAL BARGAINS and plenty of water in the Buckeye valley. Money always on hand to LOAN OS good security. FOR RENT An elegant six-room brick house on First avenue; rVell fur nished; electric lights; bath, barn, etc. Apply to J. Ernest Walker. WANTED, A BARGAIN TAKER. For close in house of twelve rooms. Partly furnished. Never vacant, and can be well rented any hour in the day. Fine shade, lawn, city water, good neigh borhood. This property far sale at a sacrifice and on easy terms. Party going east. FOR RENT Ry November 1. a n!np room brick house in Brill's addition, near car line: splendid well of water; large grounds. See me before it is taken. J. ERNEST WALKER, The Real Estate Man Remember ithe oflice 14 and 16 South Second Avenue. Tel. Main SOI. TWQ ELEGANT rooms and screen porch; well furnished for light house keeping: use of bath and toilet; no sickness. 433 North Third Avenue. NOTICE OF SALE Restaurant prop erty.. Notice is hereby given that the personal property contained in the Pacific Grotto restaurant, on Noi'ih First street, a part of wtiieh be longs to the estate of Nattinger & K Inzer, bankrupts, is offered for pale at a bargain. This restaurant has had a large paitronage for yeard. For further information call on C. W. Slayton, 324 East Washington St., Phoenix, Arizona. WANTED Every business man In Maricopa county to know that The Republican's job printing plant Is the best equipped in all Arizona and that the prices and stock and styles are right. If you want bill heads or let ter heads or printing ot any kind call at The Republican office or send word for our man to call on you. THE NEW DOMESTIC rents 75c per week. Supplies for all machines; repairing done. J. S. Elston, 407 E. Washington SL FOR RENT House to rent; also rooms furnished and unfurnished. Inquire 54 N. Fourth Ave. DR. ALICE LAWSON, the divine healer and clairvoyant, life reader, treats diseases of alj kinds and gives advice on domestic and business af fairs. Treatments and sittings daily. Office hours, 9 a. m. to 8 p. m., at 232 East Adams. MRS. ALTCE BASHFORT-H, trained nurse. 232 East Adams street. Tel ephone 731 Main. WANTED A young girl to help with light housework and care of child. Call at 40C West Van Buren. FOR SALE First-class sheep range, twenty miles from Tempe; fine water, Rood corrals, pumping plant with en tire range. Address J. E. Sturgeon, Tempe, Ariz. WANTED 100 share's Mesa and Ray Mine Stage company stock. Name price. J. E. Gorman, Los Angeles. NICE front room for rent. Apply 54G North First Avenue. WANTED A good lively man to sell sewing machines. Call at 605 East Washington Street. WANTED A middle aged woman to do general housework. A good home, no children. Will pay $20 per month. Fifteen miles eat of Mesa. Address Mrs. Buchanan, Mesa, Ariz. ANY ONE desiring to purchase prop erty in Jerome, or a farm on the Verde river or Oak cretk, will do well to write to D. D. McDonald, Jerome. FOR SALE A choice piece of business property that will bring gooel re t urns tin the investment. This Is well located and cheap. FOR SALE several choice buildin-j lots on easy terms. A NICE cottage for sale on payments. Modern Improvements. SECURITIES and first mortgages bought and sold. HUGH M. CREIGHTON & CO.. 110 N. Center St. WORKS MRS. ELIZA A. EDWARDS, experi enced card reader, tells pa.rt, present and fifture: Ladles, 25c; gentlemen, 50 cents. Room 8 Gregory House, TAKEN A Defiance bicycle, from 1048 North Center strec-u The taker will please return at once an-i avoid further trouble. PROFESSIONAL, ATTORNETS-AT-LAW. J. H. KIBBEY, A. J. EDWARDS, W. B. Kibbey. Kibbey, Edwards & Klbbey, Lawyers, 19-21 South Center St, Phoenix, Ariz. Ground floor. DENTISTS. DR. JOHN A. LENTZ. DENTIST. OA! administered. Rooir. orer PoBtofflcau W. G. LENTZ, Dentist, specialist In Crown and Bridge work. Gas admin istered. Oflice Fleming Block, rooms 201, 202, 203, 20-1, 205, 206. H. J. JE6SOP Dentist, riffle Pnr building, corner Washington uj Car ter streets, rooms 14 aad If. DR. A. F. WISEMAN. DENTIST. Rooms 3. 4 and 3. Gooding Building. Telephone tlZl. Opposite Hotel Ad ams. ARTIST. MISS TROWBRIDGE. TEACHER OF Water Color and Oil Painting. Stu dio, Fleming block, Rooms 401-4i2. MUSIC teacherT CASS IO C?B RAN nICnTEACHER of violin and other stringed instru ments. EUucaited by best European masters; methods the very best. Twenty-two years' experience in teaching. Hay be sein at Redewill'a Mufdc Store. MISS inivLLA J. CARR. TEACHER of Voice Culture and Siglit Singing, under most modern and approved tin thods in s -euring perfect breath conirnl in sp (iking and singwig. Tech nical si iriici; series for the piano; s.-ctiring rapid and easy mastery of all technical dillicuUies, aiid guitar, special rates j a, limited number be ginning at time. GCu North Fifth avenue. CERTAINLY THERE ARE T1KSE who doubt, but we have doubting Thomases everywhere. We also have a way to catch a cou.h. Then why not a way to men I it? Those -who persevere are the ones to reap the benefif. Call at corner First avenue and Jefferson street. "Isn't it a nuisance to button one's gloves?" remarked the girl whose en gagement had been recently announc ed. "I always let my husband do it for me." said her married frien!. He but tons them in a jiffy. Why don't you 1. I your young man bill ton yours?" "I illd the otlvr evening, and it t.uik him nearly half an hour." Ex. There are 2-"6 railway stations within a six-mile radia of St. Paul's cathedra! London. "'YKitKTI 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. 5 West asiitri'j'-oni M.. 'Phone 1 2 H4 50 YEARS' . C. - -,fv EXPERIENCE oWi Trade Marks Designs Copyrights Ac. Anvnnp nondlnff it sketch And dow-priDtion mav quickly HACertam our opinion frt whether aii invention is probably puteniable. t'oinmunicm tionsHtnctly contldftntial. Hmulhnokon Patent will rrLt. Oldest agency for nertiririK patents. 1'att'iitB taken through Munu A Co. recetro tptrfol ruttice, without clK.nre tuttio Scientific American. A handsomely I Must rated wppkly. T.Hreowt cir culation of any ncientlUn journal Ttrni!t, f. a year; four month, $L bold by all mwlfaier. MUNN & Co.361Broad-a" New York ilrau.-ll Clttlce. B5 V SU WublUkluu. U. C r ;t f cx "fV : - i. -..!K, i ; i.i V i