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THE ARIZONA BEPUBLICAK: THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOUER 3, 1901.
8 NEW TRIUMPH MEAT 124 to 126 E. Washington Street. 127 to NEWS OF THE V N O R.T H PRESCOTT ii Presott, Ariz., Oct. 1. (Special l0 lespondence of The Republican.) A self-appointed committee of bufinefc'a merr ha been froinpr the rounds in the jast few days for the purpose of get ting the signatures and co-operation oi business people generally in the per manent organization of a commercial Iub hre. The committee consisted of, MV.Hsrs. Hfiiry 5.ld water. I. M. Weeks. A. W. KdwanlF and Attorney . T. C. Job, and above a hundred and t wcr.ty signatures have already been r.btained amonjr the conservative busi ness men. and the successful formation i'f the club seems to be an assured fat t. A meeting will be called within a fe v days to organiz- systematically and elect their officers. It Is proposed tJ occupy a magnificent building of gran ite and pressed brick, the plans f.f which are exhibltpd in a downtown window-, to be erected by F M. Mur phy upon ground just adjuining the new Precttt National bank buikling on the Our ley stre.-t side, and whirl, birilding is designed to be a continua tion in effect of the bank building. Th formation of su.h a business men's club is a worthy and laudable under taking and should receive the hearty cc-operation of every thinking men and woman In the rounty, as nothing can do so mu.-h good as intelligent, rystematio clubbing together of the bnsness rm-n a place towards adver tising and improving the locality. Th? club is designed to met the require ments and conduce to the pleasure and mutual 'benefit of citizens and visitors of Prerott. and promise to fill a long felt want in our community. Today being "ftfamrr day, the streets nre thronging with busy people i m the alert to be "the early bird which catches the worm. and the city pn s nts quite an air of a hustling metrop olitan town. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mayer and family of Mayer are noticed nn the street, in for a day's shopping. A new company, represented by Mr. "W. J. Rainey of Detroit, has bought the Luke mine at Crown King and active work will be begun at once with some -new 'buildings and fifteen or twenty men Louis M-Oandless, son of Dr. J. N. McCam'iess. has gone to Kanpas City. Vie will be with twnrcmiru nt law lirm there. Young M'Candle-s is a recent graduate and has spent a pleasant summer in Prescott, Mr. Willard Allen, the vl'-tim of the tittnipt at murder In the O. K. corral a short time ago. is again about town. The Congress house is again chang ing hands. Mrs. Kd Crealman giving up her occupancy of the place. Mrs. Captain FImpon has taken the Kray cottage dining room and oened it today to the public. She has a renu lation well made for the excellence of her dining room and kitihen service, and will bring all her old friends and patrons right along with her. MRS. GEO. WOOSTER. Take a bottle of Robinson's Pure Lemon Juice home with you. 210 V". Washington st. FISHED HIM OUT. A small boy named Adalard Char honncau fell into the Uhl au canal Sun.Iay afternoon and would have been drowned had nut a Miss Millow of Dr. Hibbard GRADUATE of ttarvara iledl chI College, ex Unifpd states Pen sion Kxaminer, and Leading- Specialist in chronic and difficult cnm-i. HIimhI, fckin. Kidney, Urinary, Bladde-, Private and Hexti.l diM-HRfH, smioai Weakness with xhauted vitality pcrimiiieutly cured. Can cers and external growths removed With out the knife or severe inenHurt-s. The rcBon of Dr. If ibbard's remarkable sucr-e a due to bin Ion experience and exceptional ability iu treating complicated and intricate diaeaaes. Place yonr caae in hia hand ar-J he dealt with honestly aud scientifically. Re member he devotes bia entire time and study to chronic disease. If possible AIviti be Examined by an Expert. If unable to call write freolyand confidentially. Many cases yield to nome treatment. References: AJ1 the Bsnkl, and prominent bnsiness men of tbe city. Consultation, in person or by letter, tree, Hours: 10 to 12, 1 to 8, and 6 to 7. Office and Laboratory, 2s-i 8. Second Avenne, Bib-1 bard HuUdlnc, Phoenix, Arizona. I 11 Various Sizes, Suitable for Grinding Meats, Vegetables, etc. W. f HAY REMEMBER THE WHITE HORSE IX FRONT. j Montreal, who was near by, thrust hpr parasol down, to him. He managed to grasp it, and Miss Milluw kept him afloat and gradually pulled him to th- bunk, when she was able to grab him by the hill:. In the -meantime others arrived on the scene and assisted her to pull the boy. who was then uncon scious, out of the water. Ottawa Dis patch to Montreal Herald. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Mercury, as mercury will Purely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces. -Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physi cians, as the damage they will do Is tenfold to the good you can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cute, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. O.. contains no mercury, and is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's Catairh furs be sure you get the genuine. It Is taken internally and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Cj. Testimo nials free. Sold by druggists, price 75c per bot tle. Hall's Family Pills are the best. ' THE CZAR S CRUEL FATHER. Nicholas's Strong Contrast to Hi.? Haughty Predecessor. Tiie czar is a curious contrast to Ills father, and the peasants in Denmark who u.-e J to gaze with. admiring awe on the huge Alexander III can scarceiy understand the slight boyish figure which is so overshadowed by thlr own tall old king can indted he that of th" great White czar himself. In disposi tion and In attainments, as well as in b-.jdiiy presence. the son dtfTifi strangely from the father. Alexander was a very uneducated n:a.i. 3Iis elder brother. Nk-holas. hail b en carefully taught and trained, but his ueatn, fit the age of 22, placed Alexander in the position of heir to the throne, and h." was then to old to Ica-n. H? was a thorough Romanoff, imperious and haughty. The one prison with whom he was gentle was his wife, whom he treated to tne la.-t as thrush riie w:e a pet hild. To his unJoriinttJ he could be absolutely brutal, although towards the end of his life his manners were said to hav- wondrously improved. Before he succeeded to the throne a veiy painful thing occurred which proved how callous he could be. An officer of Swedish origin had been sent to the I'nited States to orJr rifles for the Kuisian army. On his return he had to report to the czarewitrh. w'ho was appointed to superint nd the re arming of the troops. During the in terview the prince lost his temper and began to scold t'harply. . The officer re Plied with dignity, whereupon' Alexan der fell into a fit of fury and loaded th-? officer with insult. The man bowed himself out nf the royal presence, went home ar:d wrot? a letter to the heir apparent asking him .to apologize within four-and-twenty hours, adding that iT the apology did not come he would shoot himself. The czarewiteh took no notice. sent neither exru. nor apology, and th officer kept his wcrrt. Next morning he was dead. The czar heard the story and was very angry w ith his son. II'? ordered him to follow the hearse of the officer to the grave. But even this ter rible lesson failed to cure Alexander of his haughtiness. The gentle ways of the present czar end his unwilling ness to hurt the feelings of any one are in sharp contrast Indeed. From the London Modern Society. GLOBE SIGHTS. From the Atchison Globe.) AVe sometimes fear that the m o t honorable people ar? only half honest. When a man quits abusing his rival It Is a sign that he has his rival down. There ore some men, who Just natur ally look as if they should be name,! "Archie." A man is willing to misrepresent otn er people, but fce does hate to be mis-repi-esented himself. l-lfe-'Ts too short to learn the names of the Roosevelt children: there are six of them, and Hermit and Qulnton are samples. They say there is nothing new. We saw a colored woman today with whis kers. Did yrftt ever see one? We nev.-r saw one before. We were so relieved to learn in th.: telegraph this, afternoon that the breeze for the yacht race was piping: we were ro afraid It would be spank ing. We object to the expression 'Innu merable, candles" in writing up a so ciety event: they are not innumerable, the hostess has counted them, and the cost. ; A rich man who allows! his children to do as they please -i.i a plague in a community : the children in every other family say, "Well, look at the Blank i-hildrenjf' We wouldn't tell it if it were not a dull day. An Atchison young man re cently had a floral piece. "The Gates Ajar."- sent, to his Sweet One. with "Eight tonight" set In rose huds. as a bint that he would be at her gate at S that' evening. CHOPPER 133 E. Adams Street. MAKING BEST SUGAR Interesting Description of the Kech. anical Process Employed. The sugar beets are received at the factory either-by wagon or car. They are first weighed and unloaded int- the bet sheds or storage bins. These bins have a V shaped bottom, and i: the middle and under the beets 'is lo cated a channel about 16 Inches wide and on a slop toward the factory. Water is run through this channel and tlie beets aie dumped in and the cur rent brings them into a huge wheel with buckets that ilevute them into the washing machine. This machine is composed .essentially of a. rong semi cylindrical tank containing water, ami In which revolves a shaft with iron arms, tumbling the beets over tac!i pther and throwing them into a verti cal bucket elevator that takes them to the top of the factoiy. From this ele vator the beets pass through a very ingenious scale which weighs them au tomatically and registers every pound worked. A steel chute under the scale receives the weighed roots and lea Is them into the slicing machine. This cutter contains a revolving horizontal disc, set with sharp knives of special shape, which cut the beets into small shreds, of the sjze of common shoe strings. Th shredded beets slide frit large, round, closed tanks, arranged i:l a battery and connected by pipes and valves thiouch which water at differ ent temperatures is circulated. T.? hot water percolating through the beet slices washes out the sweetnjrs &r..l when saturated is drawn oiT. The res idue of exhausted beets or pul; is then emptied, pressed and disi harged int j the fanners', wagons or put into cars. It is used as rattle feed and is. found j to he very valuable for fattening stock J andvshep and for feeding milch, cow. The iiU e or sweet liquid extracted I from the diffusion battery (f ir such is ! the name of the preceding apparatus) is mixed with lime wnUr to be purified. As an excess of lime is ne.-essary m order to obtain the complete precipita tion of organic matter and salts, and as this lime would be injurious to th-i crystallization of the sugar, it is re moved by a current of carbonic aci.l gas drawn from tbe lime kiln. The i juice containing the precipitates of ( organic matters, salts and lime carbon ate is sent to the press room, wherv it is filtered by pressure through bur laps and cotton cloths. Th.'' scdimei't , or ihne mud is emptied an") the clear pale yellow colored liquid obtained i.i aqain treated by lime and carbons acid and r filtered, and Is now ready to be evaporated. This takes place un der vacuum In specially designed ap ramtus. which use as heating power exhaust fleam that has already done duty by running the engines and pumps. When the juice attains the consistence of syrup It is s nt 'to th! vacuum pan. where it is boiled to crys tals. The mass of boiled sugar obtain ed contains crystals and molasses or unci ystallized syrup, and this has to be removed. The sepaiatiort of syrup and sugar is done in huire separators some forty inches In diameter with basket and revolving about twelve hundred times per minut and called centrifugal machines. The sides oj these machines are perforated anil lined with brass sheets punctured "?. h small pinlike hol s. The speed of the centrifugals forces the syrup through the perforations and leaves the grains of sugars on the inside of the basket. Before bringing the -machine to a standstill the rugar Is washed with a stream of cold, clean water, a.rd when perfect!;.- white and still w:t it is emptied into a conveyor that takes it to the dryer or granulator. The gran ularor consists of a double- steel drum: on fhe Inside of the smaller one team is introduced. The granulator revolve"! and the sugar, coming In at one end, is elevated by the outside drum or shell, dropped onto th? heated cylin der, gradually dried and conveyed slowly towards the other end, where it corn s to a sieve, that remove all lumps. The granulated sugar result ing (such as you use daily) is then bag ged or barreled, weighed, branded a:rJ shipped. It takes ordinarily sixteen hours from the time the beet is washed until the sugar Is made. A rive hundred ton factory employs some one- hundred and fifty to two hundred laborers daily, and works two fhifts. running dnv and night, week days and Sundays', "stop ping only through breakdowns, nntil every lieet has been worked up. GOLFERS SUOl'L-D WEAR P.ED. The question, when should a golfer wear a red coat? is more easily asked than answered. In pirint of fact, there are r.o definite .rules on the subject. It is competent to any one who plays golf, however unHkillfully. to wear th distinguishing uniform of the game, provided, of course, that he does not use club facings or buttons to which he Is not' f ntitied. Colters who have some modesty In their disposition mav feel Inclined to abstain from wearing a red coat until such time as. they have acquired some expertness at the game. Men who are conscious ot failing nerve or poor horsemanship never don pink In the hunting -field, but it is somewhat different at golf. London Telegraph. BZPUBLICAN'S SPECIAL Th Thanksgiving Number Receiv N ing Substantial Encouragement. The Thanksgiving; number of Tha Republican, of which mention was made yesterday, is progressing rabidly and will be what it was intended t' be a more complete special edition than any that ever went out of Ari zona. Ita value to advertisers and to the town, valley and territory hKJ al ready be:-n recofrnlzed by Piioentx business men in a moat substantial manner. ' The Republican has been consistent in Its estimate of the value of advertising- In special editions. Last ?pri:i when an outsl.'.e paper was sollciti an advertisement of the valley In .x special edition which it was preparing to issue. The Republican advised that it be given encouragement for the rea son that at that tim? no local paper was intending to put out a special edi tion. It is apparent, though, that .1 local newspaper devoting a large and handsome edition wholly to the adver tisement of the valley and territory can accomplish more than can be accom plished by any outside newspaper, which can only make the territory a. single department In the advertisement of a region of several states and ter ritories. As has been stated, the Thanksgiving nurrrfcer of The Republican wUl consist of at least thirty-two pages. It will be printed oft good book paper and wi:i be profusely and artlstictlly Illustrat ed. Nothing good about Arizona will be left unsaid. The papers will lie bound in an attractive cover, and a! together the publication will b of a kind that peonie will read and ke"i for future reference. Tbe edition Will consist of 10.000 copies, and such ar rangements will be made for its dis tribution tnat it can be safely estimat ed that it will he read by not fewer tlmn 100.000 people. Ice cream, iraerbet, ii-inir. sclada, fish, meats, chicken, etc. Get a nice) steak out of our cold storcse. Dishes washed by stear... Liuncn counter and dining - room. Special cafe and private rooms on Second lloor. Coffee Al'a Restaurant. TEE MASIC0PA CLUB The Annual Election of Directors Last Bight. The. annual election of directors of the Maricopa ' club took place last night. The new directory consists of f. J. Hall. Walter Talbot. T. K. Oalto.l, W. Foster, T. W. Pttnberton. iJr. H. J. Jess., p. M. Bicknell. II. H. Price and Shirley Ch: isiy. The direc tors organized ty the' election of the following officers and the naming of the following committees: President, Walter Talbot: vice president, H. J. Jei-:op: secretary. T. E. Dayton, and treasurer. Shirley Christy: house com mittee. Jess.-ips and Foster; periodicals ctmmittee, Jessop, Foster, Bicknell: membership committee. Pembcrton, Bicknell. Christy: auditing committee. Price. Foster and Christy: finance committer. Pcmberton. Price an.l Hall. It wa resolved to renew its Ieaso up on its present quarters in the Hotel Adams for two yea:s. An unusually large number of members attended the meeting and a greater interest was manifested In the future of the club than ever before. The club is one of th.- besr social organizations in tbe souihwest, and by its entertainment of visitors has done much to convey a favorable impression upon them of tb city. Before the election a petition was in t:oduced requesting the club to dis continue its subscription to the San Francisco Examiner and to subscribe to tha San Francisco Chronicle instead. This was a matter which more prop erly belonged to the executive board, hut in order to obtain an expression of the club the subject was laid before It. The petition was given endorse ment. It was stated In the petition that the course of the Exanriner had recently become so vile and Its charac ter so "yeliow" and unreliable that It had ceased to be a Journal which could be read with profit, whether the reader was seeking instruction or eiiflcation. The petition also desired- the substitu tion of ths Iramalic Mirror for the New York Clippir. on the ground that its tone was better. This suggestion was also given the club's endorsement. Similar action wi:h reference to the Examiner had been taken by the San. Francisco board of trade and the Bo hemian club, io the latter of which tire managing editor of the Examiner ani tine of the chief artists of that paper belonged. Both .-"irganizaticns not only excluded the Examiner from their rooms, but refus-:d to -recognize its re porters or furnish them any informa tion regarding the proceedings of tha organizations at any time. Try a lemonade made of Robinson's Pure Lemon Juice. It will cost you nothing at 210 W. Washington st. FIRST CLASS MINES WANTED. The undersigned wishes to purchase for a California syndicate, a first class mine, or mines, either gold, or copper, copper preferred. Mines must stand most searching examination of a pro fessional mining expert. Address 615 Laughlin Building, Los Ar.geles, Californta. J. HARVEY M'CARTHY. CARD OF THANKS. The wife and children of the late Jrsus L. Otero desire to extend their thanks to the many friends and ac quaintances who assisted with time and sympathy during the past few days of bereavement. GRANT'S IDEA OF A BODYGUARD. A r"-sonal bodyguard had been sug gested to General Grant' In April. lStij. just when the assassination of Presi dent Lincoln and the assault on Secre tary Seward were causing people to dread lest the conquered rebels had plotted to bring confusion upon their victorious government by a general slaughter of its leaders. He was cau tioned about going about the streets of Washington In his customary simple manner' as needlessly exposing to peril what .then seemed the most valuable life in America. Grant told my friend that he realized the possible peril, but that he .also realized, and so told his advisers, that it wa3 a necessity of his position.' and that it would only be in tensified by any action of his which gave public token of recognizing It. "If political plotters or private fanatic.4 have really determined to Kill me," saM Grant, "there is no certarn way of pre venting them.- But the best way of discouraging them is to go about my usual business in my usual manner. If I thus show my belief that this gov ernment does not depend for perpetu ity upon ainy single life I shall help to r?c-all that truth to flighty minds which may temporarily have forgotten It. POINTED PARAGRAPHS. (From the Chicago News.) Some men can bear the stern reali ties of life better than the fancy fril-s. Some men are weak minded enough to allow others to attend to their own business. Late returns som:-tlmes indicate that the bride. was the best man at the wed ding. After admitting that he was wrong a woman extiects a man to acknowledge she was right. American aristocrats are the down trodden farmers who have real cream In their coffee. 'Money may not buy happlne?s, but It is often capable of purchasing an ac ceptable substitute. An Irish philosopher says that it is useless for a man to try to succeed in life without trying. Sometimes a fool man begins by pay ing a woman compliments and ends by paying her ullmony. Every time a woman reads of a man committing suicide she wonders what ether woman was at the bottom of it. MATTERS O? RECORD. . The following instruments reported by the Phoenix Title Guaranty and Ab stract company were filed for record In the county recorder's ofllcjj durlns the day: Eu.Etau.ulo Ncvarea and wife to Ed ward Desmet. deed to lot 6, block 1, CalderwooJ. addition; consideration, $4C0. W. H. Heileman to William S. Hef Iin, deed to ':s 13 to 17. block 2 and S to 13 in 7. Montezuma Plac-e; consid eration. J10. Everything for the Sickroom We have EVERYTHING for the si. k room from a BED PAN to a sponge. You can depend upon YOUR DRUGS ami PRESCRIPTIONS at BEAR'S KEYSTONE P1LRMACY (where you get what you a;k for.) Our MAIL order department litis your orders promptly. BEAR'S Keystone Pharmacy, Opp. city Hall. SEVERAL REAHONM why we should make your clothes: FIRST We have the largest and finest line of Woolens to select from. SECOND We keep none but artis tic workmen. THIRD We devote our time to that business. FOURTH We are bone tide tailors and no other business to devote our time to. Call and have the first selec tion of our noveltii-s. Ladk-s' Tailor ing given special attentii n. Nicholson T"Y.hTo.'"IZ WEST WASHINGTON ST." Established 1SS3. Telephone 2iKK Just Arrived new . Tailor-Mad.; Suits. Golf and Walking Skirts. New Silk Skirts and French Flannel and Silk Waists: all the latest east ern s:yles. Remember our TailoringDoparrmen:. Wemaka Suits, Skirts. Capes and Jack ets. Rising Habits a specialty. SftiYs Cloak & Suit Honse Corner Washington and Second Sta. Telephone 2281. Mall Orders FTDmptly Attended to ?S't-'-i W1I I Additional Local A EL-ROPEAX TRIP. Mis. E. A. Kellar returned yesterday morning from u visit to her former home in Swed:n. an1 she also spent some time in Germany, i SOME FINE " PEACHES. C. T. Wise of Mesa brought about a ton of tine Salway peaohes to the city yes terday. Mr. Wise has five acres of Salway peaches, and- will gather abous. twelve tons. He also has a large num-' her of trees of late peaches. LOCATES IN PHOENIX. W. P. Richardson, a prominet attorney and real esta-.e dealer of Tempe, has re moved to Phoenix, and takeri oflices with Kibbey At Edwards. Mr. PJchard-. son. wil! continue his connections at Tempe but will hereafter reside here. A NEW- CORPORATION. Articles of Incorporation of the Roanoke In vestment company were filed In the office of the county recorder yesterday. The capital stock is S50.000: the incor porators are R. Wei.; J. C. Dennlson, L. E. Reck and G. H. Mehr of Chicago. CLUB MEETING POSTPONED The meeting trt the Country Clu'o which was to have been held tonight at the board of trade room has been postponed to Monday evening at 7:U'J o'clock. The postponement was made at the request of the board cf traeis, so there would be no counteracting in terest from the sugar bet meeting V be held at O'Neill hall tonight. DEPARTURE OF PERCY SCO VILLE. Percy Scoville left last night for Pueblo, Colo., to take the manage ment of the Pueblo Plumbing company, one of the largest concerns of the kini in the state. Mr. Scoville came to Phoe nix six years ago for h's health. lis1 regained all that he had lost and mow, for he was never so robust before. also Introduced new- ideas in plumbing and built up an extensive business. In the meantime he made many friends, who regret his departure from Phoen'X and that the local field was ji-Jt attractive enough tn retain him. A PLEASANT AFFAIR- The Good Templar lawn social at the residence f B. F. McFall on last Monday even ing, w-as a iTKist en-joyable affair. A very entertaining programme was i.vtn. after which refreshments were served on the lawn, under the mellcw li-ght of the full moon. The programme Included at. her selections by Miss Kurz. an address. "Echoes From Kan fbs," by the l'.:v. Mr. Zumwalt; man- A. J. BRADLEY Undertaker and Embalmer LADY EMBALMER Graduate Chicago College of Embalming to attend Ladies and Children 'Fhcr.e, 84! 215 Vest Washington Street, F hoenix, Arizona The Wakelin Sole Agents for BOSS FLOUR, The Wakelin NEW YORK . RESTAURANT Mark Land and Sam Chlng, Proprietors. New dining room is guar anteed to be the coolest and most comfortable in the city. KIrstclass meals at all hours. Patronage solicited. 25-27 South Center street. Phoenix. T s x .j n fiiMius bompieieuuiiiisi 5 1 as We have a very complete department of fine Infants' Wear. We are W In position to furnish everything In the lino of wearing apparel for the little ones, including Slips, Long Dresses. Skirts, Sacques. Caps, Doottees, etc. We solicit the inspection of our complete stock.' sf . 5 - M Plain Slip, trimmed with em broidery on neck and sleeves.. . 50c Infant's Long Dress, tucked yoke, hem stitched effect, and trimmed with embroidery $1.00 as fj The better grades of Long Dresses vary In price from-$2.50, t'i.00, J4.00 and $-).C0 to suit. . 5 .Call and inspect our lines of Embroidered Flannel Long Skirts, In- 3 fanls' Sacques. Caps, Doottees and Trimmed Baskets. THE.BEST ALWAYS' S , dolin and guitar selections, by the Misses Forbes; a select reading, "Ch-opatr-a." by Prof. Beresford; a. bass i solo by Mr. Dearsley. who sang a se lection from ."Robin Mood;-' a ree-rta-tlon by Miios M-cFali, and piano selec tions by Mr. Benham. WITNESSES. AND JURORS. The last legislature reduced the mileage of . witnesses and Jurors, the former from 20 cents to 15 cents and the latter from 30 cents to 20 cents. The per diem at witnesses has also been scaled down ' to $1.50. The professional Juror, tho only hangey-on about the courts, tha one who should have been mainly aim ed at. Is the one wWo suffers the least. He lives in Phoenix, so that he is cut down on only, one mile and becomes n loser of 15 cents. BEARING FRUIT. The efforts ef the board of trade to secure advertis ing for Arizona, in the railroad liter ature of the country are bearing fruit. A Santa Fe folder issued the middle of last month d'-votes one page to the Grand canyon. Including a beautiful' picture of It at the top, and a half page in another part of the folder is devoted to the Salt River valley. "New Ari zona." the second edition of which is-i-hortly to be issued by the Southern Pacific, will be strictly an ArizonaXoM er, and Secretary Hamilton of tit'i board of trade recently forwarded over twenty pictures that will be used In lt illustration. The Black Diamond monthly. Issued by the Lehigh Valley railroad, in its last number contained a pa?e story on the mineral and agricui , tuntl- resources of this county. Tli.t New York Central. Big'Four aid Wa- bash lines have also given space It their .folders shortly to appear. Th's advertlaing should result in bringing, Arizona and the Salt River valley to the notice of many thousands of pen-" pie. for railroad folders are read b.v everybtdy that travels, both lor infor mation and out of curiosity.'' Mrs, E. M. Mosher has returned from' the east, where she has been taking a. special course in Tailoring, and is pre pared to give her customers the most artistic effects ini Tailor-Made JoT.s. She has also brought machines for making French accordeon pleaiting, knife pleating:, .fringing, pinking and buttons. BUT THERE ARE ELEVATORS. A seventeen story apartment house Is going up in New- York. People la the seventeenth stiiry ought to be fairly safe- from Tammany. Minneapo lis Journal. Grocer Co. Grocer Co. i . l . a l n L I 5 1 Dainty, well made Infant's uuiij, ii cw, iiiiuiiieix wiiu lace v. insertion and edging $1-00 Infant's extra fine Long Dress, S trimmed with tucks, insertion und embroidered edge... $2 00 ti-