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THE ARIZONA HEPTTBLJCATT: TTET!N E5 DAT" SIOHOTNG, SEPTEMBER 13, 1901.
Fisk Tires $8.00 Per Pair ALL DUKE 4 Now is the time to start your hatcher. Do not forget that we are agents for the best Incubator and Brooders ever manufactured, The Prairie State 9 and 11 East Washington Street Fresh Stock in Every Week The Same Price Today as last Week 7 he Same Price to You as to Your Neighbor The Best Tire Made A Good Guaranty, and We Protect it Right Here. Pinney & GUNS, BICYCLES. CAMERAS, Established 1887. Phone 1471. Don't Buy Here Unless You Want to Save Money 25c 2 Pounds Arbuckle Coffee. 5c 1 Can Good Sardines. JOc 1 Can Good Oysters. 45c 1 Pound Pioneer or Schilling B. Powder. 25c 6 Pounds Best Pink Beans. $1.00 IS Pounds Cane Granulated Sugar. 20c 1 Pound Best Ranch. Butter. We Rive tickets with Schilling's Package Tea for a fi w days. LOOK OUT FOR OUR BALLOONS! "This is the store that's strictly in it. l'r there is something doing every minute." j V IT'S TIP TO THE COURT Decision in Russell Examination to Ee Given at 4 O'clock- The examination of Policeman E. S. Russell. charged' wKh assault in using undue force in arresting O. Magnani, was concluded yes terday berore Justice G. D. Gray, who announced that his decision in the matter would' be given I his afternoon at 4 o'clock. . The court session1 beeran at 1 o'oc'.ock with the examination of additional witnesses for the prosecution. Pedro Ortiz. Thomas Charon and a barkeeper named Luchese, who works for one of the Magnani's. were examined, all tril ling practically the same story as' the wknsses examines' the day before. A. Magnani then tesrtified-. his story Tjeing very similar. He- said Russell advanced to hrs brother, Lucas, who was standing with folded aims in his doorway, and told him to clear the sidewalk; that Lucas said that was not his business, and clear it him self if he wanted to: that the officer cloak: aind Telephone SS81 Annual Clearance Sale Begins Owing to heavy purchases re cently rr.aie, and ti make room for new goods daily arriving, we find It necessary In order to properly take care of these shipments, to make sweeping reductions in all depart ments. THE PRICES WILL BE CUT IN HALF. Silk Waists All Waists are strictly new, first class, stylish garments: J7.75 values, reduced to..' S3 50 15.00 values, reduced to $2 50 $4.00 values, reduced to $2.25 Snmmer Dresses $8.50 Fine Linen Lawn, trimmed with b!ac-k lace, now :$5.00 $10.00 Fine -Checked and Figured Ontnnlv nlvttfilv msi'le SLVriO 30 beautiful All-Haiin Silk Foulard, Robinson I TYPEWRITERS, SPORTING GOODS. I 40 North Center St., Phoenix. ! then told him not to talk too much or he would arrest him. then h- Jerkc-dhim off the sidewalk and hit him with his, gun: "that Lucas made no resistance, ; and only put his hand up to his bleed-.' livg head: that he. the witness, then ad- ; vaneecr and told the ofTioer to arrest; his biYT.h-r as a gentleman, and that at that time he felt a n ow on the back , f his- head, and turning, heard Porter i pay. "You are under arrest;" that he j answered. "All right, but d-n't kill ; me." On cross-examination he said I himself and brother were a yard or' wo apart: that n.ither resisted the of- ! fibers: that he had no enmiiy against ' them. Asked it he had told Lee Tte.l- j wine that he nor the police could ar- I rest anyone in his house, he said no. j Asked if he told George- McDonald that he had it In for the police, he said no. ' The prosecution res.led and Jot? Bush I was put on the stand1 for the dcfens3. He told the story of what happensd I after the patrol wagon arrived about ! 3 it has been previously given, ex- j cept in regard to 'ihe arrested man, he i said that one of therj used profan3 1 and vu'gar language because water j was not brcught to them quick enough I to suit him. He was then asked if the I police had had previous trouble with .he Magnanis. and Mr. Baker objected. ' Thsrt followed the argument of at-' torneys, Mr. Bullard finally being al- j lowed' to p-oceed. Mr. Bush said the reputation of the Magnani3 for vio lence was -bad. Lee Redwlne, a deputy constable tes tified the same thing, and said he was told by A. Magnani chat neither he r.cr the police could arrest a man In their houses. George McDonald. Con stable E. H. Martin ant Policeman O. W. Lawrence- all testified that the rep utation of the Magnani's was that of being -violent and bad. Mr. Russell, the defendant in the case. was placed on the stand. Hii testimony was very different from that of the ten witnesses for the prose cution, and on important points. His ' story of the Incident, in short, was that . he and Porte?", were on their usual rounds when they saw a crowd at the j lied I.-!ght, most of whom were drunk, and one Espinosa was looking for a fight. The officer told him Co go haue or he would arre-st him, and as he did net go, the officer made his word good, taking the man across the street, while Mr. Porter -went to Bordoni's to tele phone for the pa'trol wagon. An em p'oye of the Magnanis came out and offered to go th man's bond, and re tiring the officer heard loud cursing, and Lucas came ta the sidewalk swing ing his hands, cursing and using vul gar language. Witners went across the street to the place, leaving his prisoner wr .ti Porter, and told Lucas to stop . his noire or he would arrest him. Lu- , cas advanced, cursed him and raid ' he would throw him Into tha street. Witness3 then Fnw A. Magnani coming j towa:d Mm with a white handled knife I In his hand and ixaking at attempt to j catch the witness' collar. Wi:neej j pulled his gun and struck at A. Mag nani. but missed him. Then ' Luras caught the hand of witness, who Jerked 1 :osa and struck him on the side of the head. Then Porter came up and' took care of A. Magnani. Wi.r.cts denied that Lucas was standing with folded arms, and denied ti'ling him to clear the sidewalk, and denied the alleged answer to that al leged order. He al-ao denied that Lu cas fail he would submit to arrest, and said he struck him because all were closing in around him and he was afraid of th or her man's knife. He also fail that Porter and A. Magnani were facing each other when tho former struck the latter. On rcs-xjmlnation he said he was certain A. Magnani had a knife, but saw no arms on Lucas. He alio said that he had told '.he man he was underarr-.se previous to the fight, and that Lucas- pushed him twenty feet into the street. Asked why he did nf ca-'l Joxe one to help him. he said Bishop sleeves, handsomely made. Sale Piice $15 50 $2.".. 00 Silk Foulard Suit. - $13-50 - Washable Skirts Including Pique, Duck, Covert and Linen Skirts. Former price win l.r,0 and $1.75. now $100 Dressing Saccin.es A very extensive variety of "well made, ne-at, stylish patterns la comfortable Dressing Sacque. $1.25 and $1.K0 values, now 750 Fall and Winter Suits $15.00 Storm Ssrge Suits, now .$7.50 $30.00 Pebbled Cluvlot Suit, strictly Tailor made, trimmed with Vel vet, Fey Lappels, now $15 00 Dress Skirts An extensive line r.f Handsome Fall and Winter Dress Skirts. D. H. BURTIS, The Continually increasing Business .A- Being dune by us tells the story of the popularity of our line of high grade Sewing Machines. We have them from. Jj.'i.ihi to $?.".. I'll, fully warranted fur ten years. Accommodating terms of credit to nil. Ct-mplete assortment of China anil Glass Ware. RICHMOND -DAY CO. House Furnishers. 21 .2.3 B. Washington St. theie was no one there he kn-:w In a condition to help him. Officer Porter was the next, and last wl.ness. and his testimony was identi cal with that of Mr. Russell, except regarding the gun play he made, whif:i Mr. Russell did not describe. He said he did not hit A. Magnani from be hind1 but stood in front of him and hit him with a side swinging blow, the hammer of the gun going bihind the ear and making 'ihe wcand. Mr. J. L. B. Alexander opentd tha argument for the- prosecution, and wa3 followed by Mr. Bul'-ard. Judge Baker clo.-Ing. It is unnecessary to remark upon their speethes. as they were all long and went over the whole story again, the attorneys on both sids-s making frequent reference -to the legal preroients for thfir clai-Ts regarding Ihe amount of force Justifiable under h r-.ndltl.inx. tth-; ui. nftl.-er Is ;rt titled to .for hU-own protection and what a citizen is entitled to for protec tion a? against an officer. Each side presented-arguments that wou'd soun 1 logical If not on:: adlcted. The whole meat of the case is that ther is g:eat conflict in rhe 'tejtl mony.. The twe officers' tell a straight story nssertlng resistance, abus? and the laying of violent hanjs on Russell. Against them there are ten wl;nf-?ses denying the allegations of the officers end denying absolutely the resistance of the Magnani's. It has resolved i:se'- into a case of th? credibility of wit nesses, and at 4 o'clock today it' will be known- whether Justice Gray choses to decide that fiuestion or pass It up to the grand jury. SLIP-SHOD WORK AT BUFFALO. According to the 'Medical Record there is one conspicuous and glaring exception to the generally satisfactory and efllclent sanitation and ventilation of the buildings at the Pan-American. "The ventilation and sanitary arrange ments of the art galleries are. to put the case mildly, extremely defective. When th weather Is warm the atmo sphere of the interior of the structure is oppressive to a degree, and Judging from the odor which commoniy pre vails, there must be something very wrong with the- plan upon which th-- sanitation has been conceived. In con- net tlon with this complaint it is worth n iting that H. K. Miller, general agent of the National Board of Fire Under writers, has recently sent out some rather surprising statemnt3 regarding the defective and dangerous conditions under which the powerful electric cur rents are handled In some of the ex position buildings. A number of spe cific instances are cited. The general equipment of the power house is de clared to "be hazardous, exposing the structures of the midway. In conclu sion it is said that th-'- existing condi tions are undoubtedly dangerous, and that there are besidea many minor de fects throughout the exposition build ings whk-h are likely to cause trouble unless corrections are made. In a yacht race it isn't the cup that cheer. Oor. Monday. Sept. $3..r0 to $10.00 value will be of fered at 1-2 Price Washable Under Skirts To clean up the line e'uickly we wll! offer the entire line at half their value. $l.S5 Quality 75c A handsome line of All-Silk Under skirts, t5.0 and $6.00 values; Sp-c-la! Sale Prl-?e $3.00 Muslin Underwear We have given this department special attention. It comprises the best in all lines. The entire lot will be offered during this sale at : 1-4 Off Wrappers Our line of Wrappers is the b sl to be had, well made, stylish pat ter ns, honest values. $1.00 Quality 75c $1.:5 Quality $1.00 13 and 15 East Washington St MAYOR TALBOT'S REQUEST That the People Unite in a memorial Service on Thursday. It being understodd that Thursday, the 19th Inst., Is the day on' which the remains of our la:e beloved president will be borne to their last resting place, the people of this city and vicinity are asked to attend a Joint civic and rv Iiglous memorial servlc?, to be held In the Dorrls opera house at 10 o'clock ii. m. on that day, where we may Join with all American citizens throughout the world in giving expression to our grief for the terrible misfortune that has fallen on us. And as a further mak of respect I would suggest that, as far as possible, all lnbor and business cease nnd all places of business be closed that day. WAI.TEI! TALBOT, Mayor. PH0EUIX LIGHT AND FUEL CO- Contract Let for Kew Power Ilonse Other Improvements- The Phoenix Light and Fuel com pany has let to T. T. Hines of Prescc.tt the contract for the construction ot power house No. 1. twenty-three mll"S northeast of Phoenix on the Arizona canal. The power house Is to be com pleted by December 1st. When seen yesterday Mr. Pemberton said that everything is moving along smoothly toward the perfection of a power and light plant that when completed will haVe no equal between St. Louis and Los Angelc-s in point of equipment. The poles for the wires are now all distrib uted but one carload, and the work of placing them Is in progress. Some time during the winter a sec ond power hous i to be built at the Arizona falls. In th? matter of the gas plant operated by the same -company, Mr. Pemberton said It would be im proved and further extended in the course jf a very few months, p thnt In the very near future the plant woald be able to furnish the best there is In electric light, electric power and gas light and fuel. Everything will be equipped with the latest improvements and all business and manufacturing re quirements provided. A REQUEST. In conformity with the proclamation of President Roosevelt and our gover nor. I hope the e-chool trustees and teachers of the county will observe Thursday, September 19, as a memorial day as far as pissilde, and teach our American pupils a life lesson of patrio tism while this sad but r.trong oppor tunity is at hand. A. H. FULTON, County Superintendent. AN INDIAN STOCKMAN Whose Capital is Too Far to Ee Available. j Cuia. an Indian, was brought to jail yrsterday from the river reservation by John G. Whittior. an Indian pc.iee man. charged with preying upon his neighbors. He had stolen a lot. cf horses and calves from two other In dians, one named Sa-Yan and the other Benjamin Thompson. Both of -litem hail recovered their siock. but as long as Cuia was !-ft at large Uiey feared that the same '.hing might happen again. When Cuia was brought into Justice Burnett's court to be arraigned, before he could be s'.oppet. he admitted th3 theft of the stoc-lc He was told that the tim--' to plead- had not come yet. The Justice explained his rights to him. one of which was that he might have a lawyer, and that: if he could not af ford to hire one. en? would be pro vided for him anyhow. Cuia said he dM not want a lawyer. He Intimated that if he f-It like iV he could hire the whole bar. He said he had no ready money. His money was. he said "far off; way off." He made a gesture. which was Interpreted to man tha-t his treasures were all in Heaven. He said he did. not think Benjamin Thompson and Sa-Yan had such a vigor.-, us kick coming, since they had' got SUIT HOUSE Washingrtoxt and SAcond Sts, IG-Ends Sept. 22 - Ladies' Belts We have an assortment of Ladies' i Belts to close. 75c. Values.... 35c Corsets We carry the well known G. D. i line of Cr-rsits. The best on the market. This includes a complete i line of styles In Summer and Wln- tor weights, straight front and i standard shapes. Sale Price l-40ff Ladies' Tailoring Department ' This department has been greatly i enlarged and an extensive line of ' goods added. We intend to give , special attention to Fine Ladies' i. Tailoring. i All . Materials, Dress Goods. Tiimmings, etc.. will be sold by the yard at the very lowest prices to all vho prefer to purchase the goods in 1 this way. On the day of 9 and T. C. PECK, President. WARREN GILLELEN', Treasurer. . Pacific Mutual Investment Company of CAPITAL. $",0,000.00 fin eorporated under the laws of California. Approved and Authorized by the for the P. O. Department.) CEfvTIFICATKS non-forfeltable and may be cashed, after two years after one year. Loans made on Certillrate3 as collateral security after 15 per cent discount on advance payments. Interest on premiums. S per cnt. Bldg. N. A. Morford. Gen. Agt., Atlz., N. II.. Col. the property back. The rran with a real giievance was the Ind'nn to whom Cuia had so!d the stock, and ho had n made a fuss at all. When he- re monstrated with Cuia on his way of conducting the stock business. Cuia told- him he knew It wasn't the right way. He promised to pay back the money he had wrongfully received, but he had lost control of rr. It had passed out cf his hands and he couid net be reasonably be blamed for being unable to perform an impossibility. But Cuia said he would make it good as soon as he got his mony which, as he raid before, was "far -cff." Cula's libei'ty is also far off. At ther examination late yesiertlUiy p.fternoon he was held ;o the grand jury. What becomes of the bad boy3? Good men are found every day who were one boys, and no one ever ad mits there1 is such a thing as a good boy. W. L. Osborn will sell, at his resi dence, six miles west of Five Points and one and one-half miles south of the Yurma load, at 10:r.O a. m. September 19, his entire Jersey herd, including one thoroughbred bull. T. L. Gray, Auc tioneer. Michelob on draught at tne Hoffman. Ice cream, snerbet, milts, salads, fish, meats, chicken, etc. Get a nice steak out of our cold storage. Dishes washed by stea.... Liuncn counter and dining room. Special cafe and private room, on second floor. Coffee AT. Restaurant, the President' s - . Funeral Thursday.. Al 11 East Washington When Your Doetor writes your prescription, your first- thought is what druggists shall I Wave prepare It. Cou'd you think of any one who is better ablfe to fill it, as it should be, than , - - ELVEY & HULETT, The Live. Druggists Your dc-'tor knows they are competent registered pharrr.iacists. . " . '.' ! V Send us your mail orders. We have; just what you want. A Great Real Estate FOR SALE. All kinds of Improved and unimproved city and ranch property. Best values In orange groves and or ange land to be had in the valley. Well located 5 and 10 acre lots. 30 acres of tine alfalfa with house and good shade, etc., at a bargain. Cosy little home with 5 acres, well improved, close in. Best paying 1G0 acre ranch In the Valley. MONEY TO LOAN. E. A. Spaulding. No. 41 West Adams street. Badges, Emblems, Pins For society, fraternity or class are In Etock in wide variety. Most likely we have what you -want. If we haven't, will get It for you with out a moment's unnecessary delay, and without a penny's additional cost. Remember that it is safe to buy here. You are sure you are getting the best. Geo. H. Cook & Co. Arizona's Luili. J.wel.ra. 134 West Washington Street. We Remain Closed CO Street A. M. BRUNSWICK, Secretary. Los Angeles U. S. Assistant Attorney General In case of death or total di-sahillty. months. Monthly premiums $2. Four Agents wanted. Room- 6. Nicholson We are slock full of good furniture, from floor to ceiling, and are surprised to note the ea?e in which It is selling" Our Prices Are Talking We have a full line of suits, springs, mattresses, rockers, chairs, iron bert. white enameled drsserif, stand tabltM. mirrors, desks, etc., new and second hand. REMEMBER THE PLACE.. Spears & Toney, 32 and "4 W. Washington St. PLANK, the HATTER ing and. up-to-date hats you will And at PLANK, the Hatter 101-8 Ftataisr Block. MW-'l'r .-;.v-!---:-:,A'rK,s- ..' .f'-x-r -'lis For the latest In cool summer cloth