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TIIE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 16, 1901.
Game Season Opens Today! Have You Seen Our 66 99 4 I Keep Warm On Quail, Ducks and Geese. LOTS OF GAME THIS YEAR. Let us rent or sell you a fine shotgun, and supply 3 0U with the best SELBY factory loaded shells, of with our own fine hand loaded shells. ' Pinney & Robison, GUNS, BICYCLES, CAMERAS, Established 1887. Phone 1471. TYPEWRITERS, SPORTINO GOODS. 40 North Center St., Phoenix. We've Got The biggest, fiinest.Fam ily Mackerel ever sold in Phoenix for 10c Fine Fat Alaska Salmon. Fine Fat Alaska Salmon Bellies. These fish are fine. Evaporated New York Raspberries. Evaporated New York Blackberries. THE OPEN SEASON Celebrated by Dr. Walker, Dr- Jessop and J. E. Walker. The neatest, most convenient and cheapest Steel Range ever brought to Phoenix. Better come in and see it before making j'our purchase. D. H. BLRTSS, 13 and 15 East Washington St PERSONAL MENT-OM. statehood and beets The close season for game birds in Arizona ended on Monday night at midnight. County Treasurer J. K. Walker, who has been fevered and dis traught for several days, grew more restless as the open season approarhet!. He didn't go to bed at all on Monday night, but sat in front of the clock ar ranyed in his hunting jarket, with his gun on one side and his game bag on the other. If he took his eye off the timepiece nt any time, it was only to look at his watch in the vain hoje of finding proor that the clock was dila tory. At half past eleven he couldn't with hold his impatience any longer. Said he to himself: "This clock is running by sun time; it ought to be mountain time." He accordingly turned It ahead a half an hour, and gathering up his gun and bag set out to find Dr. M. M. Walker and Dr. II. J. Jessop, with whom he had entered into a compact to celebrate the Joyful recurrence of the open season. Dr. Walker at tha trap is one of the ranrt expert shots that ever invaded Arizona. He had never had an oppor tunity to show what he could do with territorial quail, but he felt confident that he could make J. E. Walker take I water. J. E. Walker is not a showy I shooter. Glass balls and blue rocks elude his aim with great ease. T;io slaughter by him of live birds scien tifically released from a trap is not usually a very murderous affair, but he has a knack or luck of knocking them over in the field. He. Dr. Walk"? and Dr. Jessop were on the desert by daylight. In three hours J. E. Walker had killed seventy-five bird, which e brought back to town with him. That was a greater number of visible birds than were in the possession of either of his companions. The precise num ber bagged by each of them Is not known, as they declined to enter the I competitive count. Dr. Walker admit ted, though, that seventy-five was mere than he had brought back. He shot a great many more, however, but he said theTndlan boy who was acting as his retriever had been unable to find more than one In three. The Indian youth replied In extenuation of his fail, lire to recover all the birds that Dr. Walker had shot at, that he had never learned to fly. Both Dr. Walker and Dr. Jessop said i that Ifr. Walker's performance shnu! 1 I not be regarded as nn evidence of I great skill, but rather of a dogged per sistence. He had acted in self defense. I The bird flew at him in flocks and he bravely stood his ground, had presence of mind enough to load his- gun. keep it pointed upward arrtl pull the trigger. Try Lasco Tar for' a nice, cleanslns j bath. The grand jury submitted its first j report this morning. It contained threj If you want good health use less med indictments, two against John Kuben- j Icine and more of Robinson's Pure stein for murder and one against li. j Lemon Juice. 210 W. Washington st. Peralta for larceny. Both defendants j were arraigned and were ordered to plead tomorrow morning. Peraita was arrested with another man by the name Mtas L. Daird left last night via the M. & P. for Austin, Tex. Parker Tewksberry of Globe arrived yesterjay morning via the. M. & I. M. L. 13utler of Cincinnati and C. II. Patrick of Detroit, registered at the Ford hotel yesterday. V.'. E. Dotty left on last night's train for Nogalcs. Frcm there he will go in to ono:a to examine a mining prop erty. J. H. Lcltue left for Lcs Angeles on this morning's northbound train. Among those leaving yesterday were S. H. Redman end w:fe for Lamed. K.'.rn.; J. It. Leard for I.as Angeles, and H. M. Teachout for Albuquerque. Those registering at the Commercial hotel yesterday were P. L.. Jackson, Jerome: M. W. Lewis, Pittsburg. Pa.; Joseph P. Wagnfr. Congress: P. Klume. Globe; P. P. Daggs and wife, Tempe. and W. A. Vil.-on, city. The following- named persons- regis teied at the Hotel Aiams yesterday: C F. Morgan and H. Steinberg, ban Francisco; S. F. Emmons. Washington, D. C: James Baruch, Denver; Wi'liam Buckingham. Los Angeies: C. M. Burkhalter. Tucson: Jos. Hahn. Roch ester; H. H. Shear, Boston; F. W. An ders, Chicago, and W. J. Conant, Tucson. Subjects Under Considration by the Board of Trade. Quick worker ing Powder. -Mermaid Que?n Was.i- MIXIN'G NOTES. 15c for Grape Nuts just received. $1.00 16 pounds of Granulated Sugar. Ours are the prices that make them dizzy And crowd the store that's always bus-. McKEE'S CASH STORE J. Windmlller, financial agrit for the syndicate developing the Pasviual Nirro and Morello copper mine-at the htad of Pinto and1 Mineral creeks, was here for several days this wetk. Mr. Windmlller Is closing up the affairs of the late firm ;f Windmf lh-r z Stratton, for many years past post tradtrs at ian arlujt, and as soon as thai is accomplished he expects to k east for a month's reflation. Mr. Windmlller has Important mlnlnff In terests In the Globe district and on his return from the east he will prob ably locate here. Silver Belt. The directors of the- board of trade met last night In regular session, and while nothing of a startMniy na ture occurred the , committees In charge of the two leading issues be fore the ptople of the county at th1 present time, reported roo;1 progress. The matters referred to, of course. are tatehocd and the securing of beet sugar factory for this valley. Th committee having In charge the big county rally for statehood reported everything satisfactorily arranged. though the programme for the day has not yet been fully arranged. It will be announced shortly and a big meeting Is as fully assured as anything can be In advance.. The cimmittt-e appointed for the purpose of securing the bonus neces sary to injure the bui'ding of the bee,t suKr factory reported good pr7grfa. lh.y expect to secure the rltys part of the bonus by the end of the week, ani will probnbly finish thr;ir work entirely by next week. STATEHOOD. Statehood seems, to be now almost within our grasp. Governor Murphy's ca:i appears upon another page. Itead It and act up-n it. Oklahoma ana Mew Mexico are working hard to this end. Why not Arizona? Williams News. Itobinson's Pure union Juice. 210 XV. Washington at. "You ain't g-t none of the boarders you had last year, have you. Jabeas?" "Well, no. We didn't expt any r Vm." Puck. TAKE NOTICE. Hair -Dressing. Shampooing. Mani curing. Scalp Treatment. Fare Mas sage. All kinds of Hair Goods mad- to order. No. 38 N. Center St., up stat- On and after O tober 1st. 1901. I. E. TV Hawkins of Glendal, A. T. will sell tor cash. All those indebted to me on accounts will please call and settle, a I am needing the money. Thanking you for past f.ivors and soii. iting your future patronage I am vours, ' "E. T. HAWKINS. Harry Brisley. c. A. Larscn. jOur Spaeial Perfume Thelma J Delicate and Lasting. The Brisley Drug Co., aDAMWel OPEN AL.L. NIGHT The nights' are begining to get colder, and we can offer you a Pin Lin of Bedding from- which you can make your selections & White and Colored Blankets, Cotton, Wool and Mixture 50c to $12.00 Fine line of Comforts, Cotton and Wool lined 60c to $8.00 White Spreads a e:ood selection 60c to $4.50 A large quantity of made-up Sheets and Pillow Cases. Feather Pillows cheapest to genuine goose feathers. Cotton Batts 1-2 lb. rolls to 4 lb. rolls. The Latest An All-wool Batt, 4 pound weight, light as down and ready for any cover. Make up as you desire. ire Co 9 and 11 East Washington Street ....... clcphouc 2T4t Phoenix, Arlzonn DISTRICT COURT Two Indictments Returned Against John Rubenstein. The Home Side Park Hotel IMPORTANT of Verdugo far trying to pass a $200 check at Goldberg Bros, less than a month ago. It was learned later that they had stolen the check from an In dian of the Sacaton agency. In its report the grand jury recom mended that the case of Maricopa Jim. bound over for a criminal assault on a white woman living on the lower res . crvation, be referred to the next grand jury. Maricopa Jim 1b so old that he is only a tradition in his tribe. He is also quite infirm in both body and mind and the grand jury was led to hope that within the next three months leah would remove the case from the calendar. It- is doubtful, too, whether the old man had any evil intent. Al ter three months' confinement In the county jail he was released about :i month ago on his own recognizance and was taken back to the reservation. The divorce cases of Mary M. We3t vs. Harry C. West and Lillian S. Slaty vs. H. J. Sisty were tried and taken, under advisement. In the case of Bartlett, Adams & Co. vs. The Arizona Canal Company the plaintiff demanded a Jury. In the case of Porterie vs. Gunther a demand the day before for a Jury was set aside. I The Arcade. 32 South Centpr street. , high-class apartments; new furnl I ture; modern conveniences. No inva I lids taken. References required. T. M Donnell and family have com.s to Phoenix to make their home. Mr. Donnell is an up-to-date photographer, having been in business over fifteen years. He has opened a studio over the Hub clothing store. No. 18 West Wash ington street, and Is prepared to do all kinds of photographic work. To intn duce his work he will for the first week, commencing October 16th, make his J5.00 pictures for $3.00 per dozen, $2.50 pictures for $1.75 per dozen. Come In at once if you want to secure thes prices. The Continually-Increasing Business Kcrses and for Guests "in be ready for guests on October 1st. Five miles eat of Phoenix on the Crosscut canal. Altitude HH) feet higher than the city of Phoenix. NO DUST. NO MUD. NO MALARIA. New, clean rooms. Plenty of shade and grass. Swings and croquet grounds. CuO feet to the beautiful, soothing waterfall, where you may sit and dream the sunny hours awav. Will call at any time and' anywhere for guests and baggage free of charge. G. H. Clayson, Proprietor Being done by us tells the story of the popularity of our line of high grade Sewing Machines. We have them from $25.00 to $75.00, fully warranted for ten years. Accommodating terms of credit to all. Complete assortment of China and Glass Ware. RICHMOND DAY CO. House Furnishers. 2U23 E. Waiihlniton St. SEE THIS COZY HOME We can furnish your home just as nice as this one. with a very mall out lay of cash. "We have a full line of Household Goods, such as Hedroom Suits, Springs, Mattresses, Couches. ChifTonit-rs, Lressers, Commodes, Mal ting, Carpets, Stoves, Tinware, Dishes, etc., new and second hand. Call and see us. NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS. Spears a Toncy, 32 and 34 W. Washington St. vJust Returned from the Eastern markets, where we purchased an immense line of the Latest Novelties in GOLD and SILVER. When our new fixtures arrive we can justly boast of another one of the Finest Jewelry Establishments in the world. Wait till we get fixed up. GEO. II. COOK & CO., Arizona's Leading Jewelers. j 134 West Washington Stroet Use rermaid Queen Wafhing Powder!' An experienced lady attendant. Mrs. A. B. Buckley. with Merryman & Holley, undertakers, 24 West Jefferson street, has charge of all ladies and children intrusted to their care. Tele phone 521. lying Tou would think so if you knew how many bottles wa were selling every week. It is a common phrase with most people that, "It Is the best of all." Always cures Dandruff Contains no grease. $1 per bottle. that all prescription work is done by Competent Registered Phar- See our window and DOX'T for-'et macists. ELVEY & HULETT, . CI Seud Us Your Mail Orders. We Have The Live DnggJat Just JiL1 W&llt 6 and 1 East Washington Street, Nt to National Bank of Arizona. I have secured the services , of Mr. C. Debuc, lately with the Angevine Woolen Co., Los Angeles CaL, an ex pert tailor with years of experience in the largest tailoring establishments in the West, who will take exclusive charge of my manufacturings I have taken the Agency for the Allen Tailoring Co., Chicago, the Larg est and Best House in the West, and shall have all my Suits from S22.50 down made by them, as I can give so much better goods and a Perfect Fit for the Money ALL OUR SUITS FROM $22.50 AND UP WILL BE MADE RIGHT HERE IN ' PHOENIX I.MEQO UIE The Leading Tailor SUCESSOR TO ROSS AND MEGQUIER r